2 edition of Gillis and other pioneer families of Georgia found in the catalog.
Gillis and other pioneer families of Georgia
Marvin B. Gillis
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Marvin B. Gillis.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.G476 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 346 p. :|
|Number of Pages||346|
|LC Control Number||00709626|
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Description. This compilation of genealogies of early Georgia families features an index to some 2, surnames. Notable features of this work are its alphabetically arranged lists of the early settlers in the neighborhood of old Queensboro and in the territory now embraced by the counties of Grady, Decatur, and Seminole, as well as a partial list of the early settlers of the Province of. Welcome to the Gillis Family Genealogy This website is dedicated to the Gillis families that came to Newfoundland from Nova Scotia around and settled on the west coast of the island. Donald Gillis the Pioneer of this family was born in in Antigonish, Nova Scotia just two years after his parents and several other siblings came from.
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[Marvin B Gillis] -- Marvin Bob Gillis was born 5 April His parents were Bob Lee Gillis () and Pearl Gillis ().
Scope and Content Note. This collection contains the correspondence, genealogical charts, genealogies, and research materials Marvin B, Gillis used in order to compile his book, Gillis and other pioneer families of Georgia: ancestral families of the author from Families represented in the collection include Barwick, Beasley, Benson, East, Gillis, Humphrey, Kea, Key, MacQuaig, Miller, Parker, Parrish, Rowell.
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Please click button to get gillis and other pioneer families of georgia book now. All books are in clear. Gillis and other pioneer families of Georgia by Marvin B. Gillis 2 editions - first published in The collection consists of a microfilm copy of letters relating to the Gillis family of Jamestown, Georgia from Most letters are from the four Gillis brothers to each other or to their father and sister.
One letter is written by another Confederate soldier (W.J.M. Graham). This is a collection of genealogies which Mrs. Austin compiled over a period of twenty years as a professional genealogist. Taken as a whole, it represents a cross-section of pioneer Georgia families, and its publication is intended to assist others researching these same families.
Although the earliest Georgia settlers were brought in by General Oglethorpe in 2/5(3). Books; Census ; City Directories; Special Collections; Photos ; Plantations.
Churches and Cemeteries. Cemetery Databases; Church Rolls; Obituaries Colonial. Colonial Baptisms, Land Grants; Passenger Lists; Genealogy data of Individual Scottish Clans in the Highlands Highlanders in Georgia The Darien Scheme Moravians in Georgia Headrights granted by the Georgia Colonial and State Governments from to As printed in the "Story of Georgia and The Georgia People" by George Gillman Smith © Transcribed by K.
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PIONEERS OF GEORGIA - VOL 1 - Allen's Listed By Cheryl Williams Septem at Click onto "Edit" then "Find (on this Page)" and put the name you want to find.I have volume 2, 3 & 4 requested I will post them.
Allan, James witnessed deed 11/13/ Habersham Co. GA Allan, James was Justice of Peace Habersham Co., GA OHOOPEE KINFOLKS ***** Sketches of the Pioneer Settlers of the Big Ohoopee and Little Ohoopee Rivers in Emanuel, Johnson, Laurens and Treutlen Counties of Georgia This book is dedicated to my son Scott B.
Thompson, Jr., so that he may come to know more than one hundred and twenty of his ancestors, who lived near the waters of the. Tcard file indexes Georgia censuses, wills, deeds, tax records, marriages, military records, cemetery records, newspapers, and family Bibles.
It was microfilmed at the R. Taylor, Jr., Foundation in Atlanta and is now at the Georgia Department of Archives and History and the Family History Library.
MacDougall’s History of Inverness County () offers valuable insights into pioneer history of the area, and similar books exist for other areas settled by Highland Scots. These throw light on such matters as pioneer population, the internal mobility of this population after initial settlement, the marriage patterns of the early generations.
Digital images of county wills, estates, marriages and Probate Records in the State of Georgia. Daniel Gillis () Hugh Gillis () Mary Morrison Gillis was one of the original organizing members of the Mt.
Vernon Presbyterian Church (Mount Vernon, GA) in ("Gillis and Other Pioneer Families of Georgia" Marvin B Gillis.) Father & Mother unknown Children: Daniel Gillis () Hugh Gillis (). Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.
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Catalog Print List — Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser. The Descendants of Donald (Big Marsh-Lot 14) Gillis. The Descendants of John (Senior-Lot 14) Gillis. The Descendants of Roderick (Low Pt-Lot 13) Gillis.
The Descendants of Duncan Gillis. The GILLIS Pioneers of Lots 13 & 14, PEI. The Descendants of Donald Gillis m. Jessice McKinnon. The Descendants of Donald and Catherine Gillis.Also preceding Jim L. in death was a daughter, Marianne Gillis, two sisters, Martha Louise Gillis and Annie Lois Gillis, and a brother, Hugh Gillis Sr.
A lifelong resident of Treutlen County, he attended high school in Soperton where he was Valedictorian and graduated from the University of Georgia inwith a BS degree in Forestry.This book contains information on the Brewer Family of Ingonish, NS, and has links to many other families in the area.
() 50 pages of written family history, 80 pages of an Indented Decendant Chart and a 25 page index for the Decendant Chart. pages, cerlox binding with card stock covers, repr., $ + $ shipping and.