Relatives should not be overlooked. They have some valuable family information to tell us....they just don’t always know that. They are the best source for recent places to search. By that I mean, their own lifetime remembrances and events. They know where their parents were buried, and grandparents, which might unfold another generation of relatives. We have imperfect memories, however, we can usually recall a certain year by events revolving around ourselves. When speaking with relatives, always ask questions like “was Aunt Mae the oldest?” “Did she die after your sister, or before? How old were you when she died?” Tidbits of information such as this usually becomes an important part to the puzzle. A good place to meet cousins is on the telephone; pick up the phone in the area where your parents grew up, and phone persons having the same surname. Be friendly. Get yourself invited into their homes. As you discuss old memories, they will bring out old bibles, and photographs.
Barber ; Clarke & Polk Co’s; Burnside of Columbia Co.; Caldwell of Richmond Co.; Collier of DeKalb Co.; Dodson: Clayton & Henry Co.’s; Eve of Richmond Co.; Emerson of Jones Co.; Godfrey of SC & Rabun Co.
Hume of Floyd Co.; James of Campbell & Cobb Co.’s; Jeffers of Paulding Co.; Littlefield of Screven Co.; Mann of SC & Newton Co.; Sailors of Madison Co.; Strange of VA,SC, GA; Tracy of Georgia; Veazey of Greene Co.; Wilder of Jones Co.
Civil War : Muster Rolls of the 9th Ga Regiment.
23,000 Confederate Soldiers (births, deaths, etc.)
Muscogee Co. , 1828-34; 1837-41;1851-2; 1885-1886 (from newspapers)
Cherokee Genealogies of
Obituaries (1740-1935) from old newspapers
Alfriend of Greene Co.
In 1830, Abraham and Edward D. Alfriend
were residents of
Sr. was born 1728 in Prince Edward Co., Virginia and died 1802 in Wilkes
County, Georgia. In 1750, he married Phebe Price, a daughter of Daniel and Frances Price of
Bowling of Oglethorpe Co.
Thornberry Bowling was born in 1777 and married (1) Lucy Rainey and (2) Mary Ann Wright. He died 1839 in Oglethorpe Co. Children: William, James, Lucy Ann, Matthew Rainey, Martha, James, John Newton, Emily, Penelope and Thornton Jackson Bowling.
Blandford of Warren Co.
Clark Blandford, Revolutionary War Soldier, was born 1754 in
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