My surnames that are featured are AUDUBERT, BAILLIO, BALL, BETTS, BRAYE, FILGO, BARTHOLOMEW, CROW, DOWNMAN, HARKINS, KEITH, KING, LACOUR, LEE, LUFKIN, MANER, MARSHALL, MATKIN (MADKIN), MAY, PICKETT, PIERCE, ROBERT, SINCLAIR, SMITH, STAFFORD, STONE, VAN ALSTYNE, and VEDDER
Also included are my husband's family names: BALCH, BERRY, COOPER, GIBBINS (GIBBONS), PETTEY, and VOYLES
our son's family names: HELMS, WALLACE and LEWIS
BETTS, BENEDICT, AND CROW FAMILIES
Data from cemeteries for different family names
My mother wrote notes about our various family lines that one can peruse at this link. Also, see additional information transcribed that concern the STAFFORD family.
As this site is developed, information about other family names will be added. Some data are available at this link.
Books I Own
Please investigate the indices (where there is a link) from the following books and let me know if you want information on any names:
Centennial Address relating to the Early History of Schenectady and its First Settlers: Delivered at Schenectady, July 4th, 1876 (Author: Hon. John SANDERS; Albany, NY: Van Benthuysen Printing House, 1879)
Crow and Stroup, South Carolina to Alabama--1818. The majority has been transcribed to the web with the author's generous permission. At the authoress' request, data about people who might possibly still be living are omitted on the web, but that data is available if you will contact me by e-mail.
A Filgo Family History. Richard S. Lackey. Published privately at Canton, MS, 1982.
Genealogy of the Balch Families in America. Galusha B. Balch, M.D. Salem: Eben Putnam, 1897.
Our Family Circle (Author: Annie Elizabeth Miller; Marietta, GA: Continental Book Company, 1957). (LANDGRAVE SMITH, ROBERT, BOSTICK, LAWTON, GRIMBALL, ERWIN, STAFFORD, and MANER Families, including HYRNES, SCREVENS, JAUDONS, RHODES, DANIELS, WILLINGHAMS, BAYNARDS, POLLHILLS, GOLDWIRES, and CATERS)
Presiding Officers of the Texas Legislature: 1846-1982. Prepared by the Staff of the Texas Legislative Council, Austin, Texas, 1982.
TRINITY Protestant Episcopal Church, Galveston, Texas, 1841-1953, a Memorial History (Author: William Manning MORGAN; Houston and Galveston: The Anson Jones Press, 1954)
Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records, Vol.I, Wm. E. Mickle. New Orleans: Wm. E. Mickle, 1907.
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