Ellington family tree:
Descendants of A.W. ELLINGTON of Upson County, Ga., along with information on related lines including the known descendants of Paul Johnson Silas BAILEY, Anderson COX and Mije TRAYLOR.
ANDERSEN, AUDERER, AVERETT, AVERY,BAILEY, BARNES, BARRON, BENNETT, BEVERLY, BLACKMON, BROWN, BUSBY, CARROLL CAUSEY, CHILDREE, COLE, COLWELL, COULTER, COVINGTON, COX, CRAVEY, CURRY, DANIEL, DELOACH, DICKENS, DICKINSON, DORWANI, DUNAHOO, ELLERBEE, ELLINGTON, ENSLEY, FALLEN, FALLIN, FLETCHER, GARMANY, GATLIN, GLOVER, GRESHAM, HAMILTON, HANCOCK, HARP, HARPER, HOLLOWAY, HUNT, IRVIN, JACKSON, JOHNSON, JONES, KENDRICK, KITCHENS, KORTUS, LACKEY, MADSEN, MCBROOM, MCELROY, MILLEN, MOORE, MUSSELWHITE, NITKA, NIXON, NORRIS, PERDUE, PETERMAN, PIERSON, PIKE, PITTS, PORTER, POTEAT, RADCLIFFE, RAYBON, REEVES, RICHARDS, SALTER, SEWELL, SHUMATE, SIMS, SPINDLER, STEVENS, STOREY, SULLIVAN, THOMPSON, THOWER, TORBERT, TOTH, TRAER, TRAYLOR, VINSON, VISAGE, WADDELL, WATSON, WATTS, WHITEHEAD, WILDER, WOOD WOODALL, ZIMMERMAN
This tree includes the many descendants of Thomas FALLIN, whose widow Sarah PUGH Fallin moved to Upson County, Ga. in the mid-1820s.
Surnames (among many others)
FALLEN, FALLIN, LANGFORD, MINTER
This family tree includes some maternal line AMERSON, CARPENTER and HARRISON families. The Forces are one of my "dead end" lines, so if anyone recognizes Albert Washington FORCE of Henry, Butts and Spaldings counties, Ga., and Lakeland, Polk County, Fla., please let me know.
Surnames include: ,AMBROSE, AMERSON BROWN, CARPENTER, COOK, ELLINGTON, FAULKNER, FELTMAN, FORCE, FOSKETT, GALBREATH, HARVEY,HARRISON,KITCHENS, LEE, MARTIN, MCDONALD, MOORE, REEVES, ROBERTS, ROGERS, TURNER
Known descendants of Allen HELMS and Anna RITCH Helms of Talbot and Harris counties, Ga.
, BOWLES, BOWLIN, , CATO, CHASTAIN, COX, ELLIOTT, GOGGANS, GROCE, HARRIS, HELMS, HERRING, KENDRICK, MCDONALD, MCFARLIN, PARTRIDGE, PITTS, RAINES, REYNOLDS, SALTER, SELF, STEVENS, WARREN
For more Helms information, see North Carolina Helms, the Helms Genealogy Forum and the Helms Family Association pages.
Not yet online; What I've done here is gathered up all the West Central Georgia Nelsons I could find and arbitrarily assigned them all to the parentage of Thomas "Century" NELSON, the oldest of the local emigrants, so everyone could be listed in the same family journal. I know there is no way this can be correct. Since this is a line rife with Thomases and Williams, it gets confusing around the point of the Revolutionary War. Anyone who can document one of us, please let me know!
Not yet online; Known descendants of Jones PERSONS, late of Upson County, Ga.
Some possible descendants of John SELF and Toby O'NEAL Self, consisting mainly of brothers Jethro SELF and Isaac SELF and other possible siblings who were found in Upson, Pike and nearby counties in Georgia beginning in the late 1820s.
ATKINS, BLUE, BROWN, CASTRO, CAVINESS, CLEVELAND, CRAIGO, CROSBY, DANIEL, DOVER, EARLES, ELLERBEE, ELLINGTON, ENGEL, FORCE, FULCHER, GARNER, GILBERT, GILL, GOODE, GRANT, GREEN, GUY, HAMMOND, HARTWIG, HUCKABY, HUDSON, JACKSON, JOHNSTON, JONES, JORDAN, JORDON, KENT, MEEKS, MILLWEE, MITCHELL, NELSON, PARKS, PERRY, PETERS, PHILLIPS, POLLARD, RASCO, RAULERSON, RIGGINS, SAULS, SELF, SHORT, SMATHERS, SMITH, THOMAS, THOMASON, TORBERT, TRICE, TYSON, VAUGHN, WILLIAMS, WILSON, YANCEY
For more great information on all the Selfs, literally worldwide, check out Self Seekers
or the Self Family Newsletter.
|Pike County||Talbot County||Crawford County|
|Upson County||Lamar County||Muscogee County|
|Harris County||Monroe County||Taylor County|
|Wilkes County||Wilkinson County||Butts County|
Sherri can be contacted at email@example.com
Most research done at the Thomaston-Upson Archives
301 S. Center Street
Thomaston, GA 30286
Errata noticed by those surfing these pages should be addressed to Sherri Ellington at the e-mail address listed above. If you are completely confused, please accept my apologies; and don't hesitate to e-mail me. I will be glad to perform the lookup for you.
As with any work in progress, and due to the compilation of records from varying sources in addition to my own research, human error is likely. Documentation, suggestions and other opinions are always welcome.
|keep it simple!|
|© Oct. 2000, Sherri Ellington|