(Genealogy Maps). AD225-533.00 Family Maps of Scott County, Arkansas,
Deluxe Edition, by Gregory A. Boyd. 81/1x11", spiral softbound, 362 pages: with
103 total maps. There are 3 maps for all but one of the 33 Congressional
2 MS SCOTT ILAND MAPS 976 . 2 MS WINSTON / LAND MAPS 976 . 3 LA
ALLEN / LAND MAPS TITLE Family Maps of Lowndes County , Mississippi
Deluxe Edition With Homesteads , Roads , Waterways , Towns , Cemeteries ,
Soil survey of Perry County , Illinois / ( A 57.38 : P 42/4 ) , 89-1614 Soils Ilinois
Scott County Maps . Soil survey of ... Liquefaction potential in the central
Mississippi Valley / Obermeier , Stephen F. ( I 19.3 : 1832 ) , 89-2437 Soils
Nebraska Wheeler County Maps . ... Soil survey of Morgan and Scott Counties ,
Illinois I Gotsch , K. A. ( A 57.38 : M 82/4 ) , 89-1613 Soldiers – United States
Family relationships .
Category: Government publications
The information in the tables, along with the soil maps, the soil descriptions, and
other data provided in this Survey can be used to make additional interpretations.
... The load limit is the same as that for single-family dwellings no higher than
three stories. ... after vegetation is established. sanitary facilities Table 11 shows
the degree and the kind Cape Girardeau, Mississippi, and Scott Counties,
Author: Dorris F. Festervand
Category: Soil surveys
A31.3 F87 FREEMAN , O. L. Sustaining the values of the family farm ; address at
the annual banquet of the Farmers Union Central Exchange , St. Paul ,
Minnesota , March 13 ... 1959 ( 3 ) , 36 p . , maps , Feb , 1962 , 1 S032F
Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station , cooperating . ... Soil survey of Scott
County , Indiana .
Author: Library of Congress
Author: Library of Congress
Category: Subject catalogs
A cumulative list of works represented by Library of Congress printed cards.
Author: Library of Congress
Category: Catalogs, Subject
... and 1879 WALL MAPS OF DAKOTA liquor trade in the Mississippi Valley and
the GUIDE TO ARCHIVES AND COUNTY , MINNESOTA ... of coming to have
been listed making it easier to find inforfamily genealogies of Attala County
residents Norman County . mation . ... a list of Wisconsin generPLAT BOOK OF
SCOTT COUNTY , records , state military records and death cerMINNESOTA ,
with Reprints ...
An annual index to the monographs appears early in the following year.
Meigs County . 65 . Morgan County . IERCE DIVISION . [ Basic data sheets on
Tennessee ms . ( Nashville ) 70 . ... Rhea County . 73 . Roane County . 76 . Scott
County . MISSION ON YOUTH GUIDANCE . Report . 1959 - 61 . shville . ...
Characteristics TEUC claimants ; TEUC family characteristics udy , third survey
for the week including Jan . ... Preparation of tax maps by local personnel ; a
paper presented at the twenty - sixth InterNational Conference on Assessment
Author: Library of Congress. Exchange and Gift Division
Category: State government publications
With map showing major creeks . ... ( MMB ) GENEALOGICAL CLASSIFICATION
BY FAMILY GROUP CODING FOR DESCENT FROM COMMON ... ( MMB )
SCOTT COUNTY , MISSISSIPPI , MARRIAGE RECORDS , BOOKS 1 THROUGH
25.00 This particular Elder family begins with a Peter Elder ( will probated 1674 )
of Rappahannock County , VA . ... NC , Columbia , SC , Columbus , GA ,
Jacksonville , FL , Coosa County AL ( 1850 ) , Scott Co MS , Newton Co MS , and
finally Pontotoc Co MS , where he died prior to 1870 . Besides the genealogical
data , the book has pictures , newspaper clippings , graphs , maps and even
Category: Registers of births, etc
Most of the early history of the settlement of Scott County, Virginia, beginning in the mid-1700s, was marked by hostility between Indians and settlers. This extensive history gives many first hand accounts of Indian attacks, as well as harrowing tales of captivity. Daniel Boone played a significant role in the settlement of Virginia as well as the exploration and development of the Wilderness Road, which brought settlers through Virginia on their way West. Boone, leading a party of settlers to Kentucky, sojourned briefly in Virginia after his son, James, was massacred by Indians. While living in the Clinch Valley, Boone helped defend nearby settlements from Indian attacks before eventually moving his family to Kentucky. The early 1800s saw the establishment of a county court system, the selection of a county seat, the building of the first courthouse and the division of the county into government and school districts." In 1852, the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad Company was chartered to construct the first railroad to replace the Clinch and Holston Rivers as the "highways of commerce." Beginning in 1873 a number of small newspapers tried and failed before the successful publication of the Herald began in 1903. By early 1917 all classes of people began to read newspapers and periodicals. Of special interest was the war in Europe after Congress declared war on Germany and brought the war home to Scott County. Over 150 years of Scott County history comes to life in this book.
Of special interest was the war in Europe after Congress declared war on Germany and brought the war home to Scott County. Over 150 years of Scott County history comes to life in this book.
Author: Robert M. Addington
Rontalo , Claro , County : Us , 5423 : Rent ledger in roopact of the ostate of tho
Butler family of Castlecrine , 1839 • 1843 . ... Ront and Rantala : Corki M8 , 7254 :
Rontal and other cash accounts of Dominick Sarsfield of county Cork , 1612 -
1626 Rentala Claro , County : Ms . 5486 : Rental of the estate or ... 2006 : Landed
Batatos Court rontal , maps , and particulars , estate of John Bindon Scott , Co .
Author: National Library of Ireland
A map of Germany and some creative line art by Falck family members lend
interest to this family history . ... The focus of the book is life in Carroll County ,
Mississippi , but the book contains many references to Whiteheads of Isle of
Wight and Southampton , Virginia ; Edgecombe , Halifax , Nash and Wake ...
Prominent surnames include Davis , Dimond , Kennedy , Nicholson , Redditt ,
Scott and Young .
Category: United States
Family of Oscar Wright Gardner (1901-1979), son of William Thomas Gardner and Katherine Cauthen. He was born in Spalding Co., Ga., and died in Fayetteville, Ga. He was married to Mary Katherine Ballard (b. 1910) in 1926 in Orchard Hill, Ga. She was the daughter of William Kimsey Ballard and Flora Daniel. She was born in Atlanta, Ga. They were parents of nine children. The Gardner ancestry has been traced to abt. 1675 in Virginia and from there to North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Monroe Co., Georgia and elsewhere. The Ballard family has been traced to ca. 1606 in Warwick, England and from there to Virginia, North Carolina and on to Georgia. Family members live in Georgia, Arkansas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and elsewhere.
See the map locating our forefather William Cauthen near Warrenton , a Kershaw
County town , he being from Hanging Rock ... Lewis followed Frederick to
Mississippi , Lewis to Newton County in 1859 , and Frederick to Scott County in
Author: Oscar William Gardner
Thomas Easterling (d.1815) was possibly a son of John Easterling of North and South Carolina, and a possibly a grandson of Henry Easterling of Calvert County, Maryland. Thomas was married to Rebecca Vicars, and purchased land in 1798 in Russell (now Scott) County, Virginia. They had probably moved there from that part of North Carolina which later became Tennessee (their oldest son said he was born in Tennessee). Henry Easterling (1733-1800) was possibly a son of Henry Easterling Jr. and grandson of Henry Easterling of Calvert County, Maryland. Henry was born in or near New Bern, Craven County, North Carolina, and married Elizabeth Bennett in or near Dobbs or Duplin County, North Carolina in 1753/1754. They later moved to Anson County, North Carolina and then to Marlboro County, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives of Thomas and Henry lived in Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and elsewhere. Includes chapters about the Easterlings in colonial America.
Thomas Easterling (d.1815) was possibly a son of John Easterling of North and South Carolina, and a possibly a grandson of Henry Easterling of Calvert County, Maryland.
Author: Letson Elthron Easterling
Category: Southern States
Author: McCracken County Genealogical-Historical Society (McCracken County, Ky.)
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company