LEAVES FROM OUR TREE:
of David Porterfield, Sr.
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The following pages
tell the stories of various branches of the Porterfields
of Georgia and related families. The progenitor of this family was David Porterfield, Sr.,
and we have included his known descendants to
the present day.
We compiled the lineages
of these descendants to the best of our ability
and present them here. Many hours of work by many
contributing family members have been put into
the research and documentation of these family
members. We all have attempted to make the following
data as complete and accurate as possible, but
we know that gaps and errors do exist. As with
any genealogical research, this is a work in progress.
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each time new data is added to the research group's
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Who was David Porterfield, Sr.? Click the buttons below to read the Story of David Porterfield, Sr."
Was he a descendant of the Porterfields
of Cumberland County, North Carolina
as stated by Frank Burke Porterfield in his 1947 bookThe
Porterfields? or Was he a
descendant of another line?
Who were his parents and where
did they come from?
Who were his grandparents and
where did they come from?
He was a Pioneer! Was he also a Patriot? (New data, Nov 2005)
Who were his children? (Updated
2005 with new data)
Elizabeth and Mary, daughters or granddaughters?
Who was the other unidentified Porterfield female?
House in Scotland, ancestral home
of all Porterfields in the United States
of David Porterfield Sr.
Porterfield Sr. on WorldConnect
of the Porterfields in Scotland
Duchal House Story
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