2 edition of History of the descendants of the Jersey settlers of Adams County, Mississippi found in the catalog.
History of the descendants of the Jersey settlers of Adams County, Mississippi
1981 by Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County, Mississippi in [Jackson? Miss.] .
Written in English
|Other titles||The Jersey settlers of Adams County, Mississippi.|
|Statement||Frances Preston Mills, editor.|
|Contributions||Mills, Frances Preston.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S9745 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||81080294|
GENEALOGY BOOK-LIST By Jeannette Holland Austin, 93 pp. Genealogies and family notes: Adams of Beaufort County, Bankston of Rutherford County, Buckner or Rowan County, Callaway of Bertie County, Cannon of Chowan County, Coffey of Granville County, Collins, Compton of Orange County, Dickson of Caswell County, Durham of Orange County. Early Settlers. Mr. Alexander Graham came to Newton County in This is the father of Judge Wm. Graham, and quite a number of his descendants are still in the county. His wife is still living, probably the oldest lady in the county. These people live in the northeastern part of the county where the father settled sixty years ago.
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"History remembers only the celebrated, genealogy remembers them all." ~~Laurence Overmier. The Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County, Mississippi, is a non-profit organization with no dues or fees for membership, supported entirely by contributions and donations.
Get this from a library. The History of the descendants of the Jersey settlers of Adams County, Mississippi. [Frances Preston Mills;]. In a book entitled The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County was published. It is an extensive historical and genealogical work tracing the families of the original settlers into the twentieth century.
Today the organization consists of over nine hundred : Karen O'neal. The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County Mississippi Volumes I and II [Society of Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County Mississippi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County Mississippi Volumes I and IIAuthor: Society of Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County Mississippi.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The History of the descendants of the Jersey settlers of Adams County, Mississippi by,Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County, Mississippi edition, in English. Settlement History & Resource Links The original village was developed around a blockhouse and was called Jersey Town until aboutwhen Caleb King, son-in law of Richard Swayze, laid out lots around his plantation home and named the place Kingston.
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“The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers, Adams County, Mississippi,” edited by Frances Preston Mills, states: “According to B.F. Swasey, there is a tradition the two brothers, Joseph and John, Jr. agreed in to spell their surname differently in order to avoid confusion in the correspondence between the two families and.
Kingston (also called Jersey Town) is an unincorporated community in Adams County, Mississippi, United States. Founded in in what was then British West Florida, Kingston is one of the earliest settlements in Adams County.
History. The area was first settled in by Richard and Samuel Swayze of New Jersey, who purchased 1, acres ( ha) of : Adams. Transcription of County Archives of Mississippi: No. 2, Adams County. () GS F A2 H5 2 vols. The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County, Mississippi.
() GS Ref CS S 3 vols. "Index. To share your Adams County, Mississippi genealogy or history information, send an email to [email protected] - we will be pleased to include it here.
If you have information to share for other Mississippi Counties, visit the Mississippi Genealogy & History Network state website and choose the appropriate county.
As difficult as it would have been for a former slave in Mississippi to return to the Upper South after the Civil War, it would still be worth the family history researcher’s time and efforts to check census and other records from and later in the state and county of the ancestor’s origin as indicated in the ‘Record Book’.
Adams County is the oldest county in Mississippi. It was named in honor of President John Adams. Located on the Mississippi River in the southwest portion of the state, it contains an area of square miles. The county seat is Natchez.
Check the MSGenWeb Adams County History page for more information. Adams County was created on April 2,from part of Pickering Territorial County. It was the first county to be organized in the Mississippi Territory, eighteen years before Mississippi became a state.
There is a pic of this man in the book: The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers Adams County Mississippi. It can be purchased from the DJS website. What connection did he have to be in your book. I am a descendant of Rev. Samuel Swayze and so is this family.
2. The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County, Mississippi, Vol. 1 and 2. Did not copy author. This book covers a large contingent of New Jersey families who moved in Adams Cty, MS late and extensively lists descendants.
Parsons Carter, son of Nehemiah and Rachel Minthorne Carter, married Ann Dortch 8/1/ The History of the descendants of the Jersey settlers of Adams County, Mississippi by Mills: Index to early will & probate records of Adams Co., MS by Carolyn Cole: Indigo Bend by Alice Walworth Graham: The Majesty of Natchez (Majesty Architecture) by Steven Brooke.
History of Newton County, Mississippi from to (2 copies) - Brown, A.J. History of Rowan County, North Carolina, A - Rumple, The Rev. Jethro ; History of Telephone Pioneering in Mississippi, A - Anderson, C. History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County, Mississippi, Vol.
1, The - Mills, Frances Preston. At the end of the last Ice Age, Native Americans or Paleo-Indians appeared in what today is the Southern United States.
Paleo-Indians in the South were hunter-gatherers who pursued the megafauna that became extinct following the end of the Pleistocene age. A variety of indigenous cultures arose in the region, including some that built great earthwork mounds more than.
The Descendants of Jersey Settlers Adams County, MS, Vol. II: Lists more info on Jersey Settlers and their families. Indexed. Anthony A. Miller [email protected] Meridian Public Library Armstrong Library, Natchez: The Descendants of Jersey Settlers Adams County, MS, Vol.
III: Lists even more info on Jersey Settlers and their families. Full text of "A history of Adams County, Ohio, from its earliest settlement to the present time, including character sketches of the prominent persons identified with the first century of the country's other formats.
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Hederman Brothers, Jackson, Mississippi, The Genealogical Committee Natchez Historical Society; Monuments in the Natchez City Cemetery. McDonald's Printers.
Welcome to the home page of the Natchez Historical Society. Organized inthe Society is dedicated to the historical study of Natchez, Mississippi and the surrounding area.
The local history spans an exceptionally long timeline from the Grand Village of the Natchez Indians to the present day city above the foot bluffs of the Father of. Perry County is named after Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, a popular naval hero of the War of This book traces 29 of the earliest settlers of Perry County down through several generations of their : "The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers, Adams County, Mississippi" Frances Preston Mills, editor." his wife was Rachel Minthorn from Morristown New Jersey I have been researching this family for the Charity Carter that made indenture to Abraham KING in ".
Mississippi Marriages, includes Adams County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Natchez Death Index, (Source: FamilySearch) United States Census (Mortality Schedule), Adams County (Source: FamilySearch) Wiki.
Adams County, Mississippi Wiki (Source: RootsWeb). History of Cumberland and Adams Counties, Pennsylvania: Containing History of the Counties, Their Townships, Towns, Villages, Schools, Churches, Industries, Etc.; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; Biographies; History of Pennsylvania, Statistical and Miscellaneous MatterPart 1 Genealogy & local history.
The Great Migration to the Mississippi Territory, By Charles Lowery. Americans have always been a people on the move. The first settlers at Jamestown and Plymouth had barely established a foothold in the early s when they began to push into the continent’s interior.
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ORDER. The Order of the First Families of Mississippi began as the result of a question. Mrs. Allen Turpin, Sr. of Monroe. Louisiana, wrote a letter to Mr. Charles Owen Johnson, an attorney, historian and genealogist of Washington D. and formerly of Monroe, to ask a question.
Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Archives and Library Division, Jackson. About Adams County, Mississippi, Slave Certificates, This small collection contains records of slave certificates from and is part of a book labeled “Record Book Adams County” that was found in the basement of the Adams County.
The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County Mississippi, Volume II, Frances Preston Mills, ed.
(Portland: Carolyn M. Buan Writing and Editing Services, ), hardcover, pp. The Jersey Settlers of Adams Co, MS By Boots Farrar Janu at I've been trying to research the Farrars of Adams Co, MS and find that a Daniel Farrar and his wife Eliza King were amongst these settlers.
These settlers came down from New Jersey on a land grand by the King () in Early Pioneers and Settlers. This file contains information on some early pioneers and settlers of the Southwest Mississippi Territory before (pre statehood), and within the present day counties of Amite, Adams, Claiborne, Franklin, Jefferson, or Wilkinson counties in Mississippi.
Record of the Lands And Descendants of Henry And Anne Clark Who Settled On the Headbranches of Whippany River, Roxiticus, Old Hunterdon County, New Jersey, in the Year (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Biography of David B.
Clugston A Biographical History of Eminent and Self-Made Men of the State of Indiana, (Source: Internet Archive). Full text of "History of Cumberland and Adams counties, Pennsylvania.|bContaining history of the counties; their townships, towns, villages, schools, churches.
Adams Name Meaning English (very common in England, especially in the south Midlands, and in Wales) and German (especially northwestern Germany): patronymic from the personal name Adam.
In the U.S. this form has absorbed many patronymics and other derivatives of Adam in languages other than English. Adams was Adamsky--Benson Adams Grandfather did not.
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Preston's daughter, Frances Preston Mills, was the editor of volumes one and two of The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County, Mississippi, (Jackson, Miss.: Hederman Brothers, ).
Unprocessed. (Z/U/). The papers concerning the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers include minutes of annual meetings, newsletters, and membership lists. One genealogical folder contains several drafts of a history of the Alexander Farrar family, the King family, and the Kingston Methodist Church of Adams County.
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