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EARLY SETTLERS OF OLD MOUNT AIRY IN WYTHE COUNTY, VIRGINIA by Joe Cameron
In his book, Joe has documented and linked together many of the first German and Scotch-Irish settlers in the western parts of early Wythe/Smyth Counties. Also - ONLINE - on Joe's homepage, are the baptismal and cemetery records of two old German churches -- (1) Kimberling Lutheran and Reformed Church and (2) St. Paul Lutheran and Reformed Church, Marvin Church Cemetery, Mountain View Cemetery, Red Bluff, two Davis Cemeteries, and more! Thanks, Joe!
THE WEAVER FAMILIES of GEORGIA - Volume I, by James K. Bass, Jr.
The WEAVER FAMILIES contains genealogical details (ancestry, descendancy and family stories) of about 17 Weaver families who were in Georgia prior to (or by) the 1850 Census. The book is 555 pages and indexes over 6,000 names. The information documents the various migrations of the Weaver families from Virginia and the Carolinas into Georgia, and then the westward trek to Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and further. Thanks to JIM BASS, the author, for lookups in his book! (Jim's book is described on the "Published Book Sources" page. You can get to it from the Main Menu Table.)
PAUL MARTIN'S PERSONAL GENEALOGICAL DATABASE
features the Smyth County families of MARTIN, WIDENER,
BLEVINS and more. Paul offers to answer your inquiries. He also publishes
a Martin Family newsletter mainly of interest to the descendants of George
W. and Nancy Martin and Stokely and Mahala Martin. Thanks for sharing,
PIONEERS OF THE VIRGINIA
BLUEGRASS by George B. Gose. Genealogy of the Gose family with allied
families of Peery, Brown, Crute, Crabtree, Foglesong, Fox, Greever, Groseclose,
Huddle, Repass, Rhudy, and more. Connie Cameron (yours truly) will do lookups
in this book
Thanks for sharing, Linda
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