Some Genealogy Keys To Some Georgia Family Trees (Paperback)

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Some Genealogy Keys To Some Georgia Family Trees (Paperback)


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Those relatives, descendants, and researchers interested in the Jackson, Fricks, Neel, Anderson, Hudgins, Tanner, Jordan, Gravatt, Pettyjohn and Rogers family lines will find the material within the pages of this book indispensable - both for permanent family records and a variety of research purposes. This publication represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Gathered here for the first time not only are the documented life-long activities of and interrelationships between these families, but also an intense historic account of each family, including the fascinating back-stories, coupled with captivating first-person accounts of various members of these families. The author has also provided a complete genealogical break-down for one family line in each family.

Read about the unique historic experiences of each of these families, all of which have never before been publicized or related to the public. Records and historic details extend back to the earliest days of the arrival of these families as they immigrated to what today is the United States in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, and the tragedies and triumphs of each as they sought their fortunes while fleeing the religious and political persecutions which clouded their lives.

Also detailed within the pages of this book are not only the historic stories and genealogical break-downs, but original reference materials gathered from a variety of sources, including extensive genealogical search engines requiring many hours of research. These documents include fascinating family photographs; original federal census, birth, marriage, death, and burial records; photos of gravesites; military records, including pension records; real estate purchases; wills; and much more.

This material will allow the reader to trace the progress of these families from their original ports of entry in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Delaware, and Virginia, to their subsequent migrations to Pennsylvania, Kentucky, the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama, and beyond, as they traveled ever westward in pursuit of the American dream.

Product Details ISBN: 9798987228616
Publisher: Whippoorwill Publications LLC
Publication Date: February 24th, 2023
Pages: 334
Language: English