2 edition of Branches of the Branch and allied families found in the catalog.
Branches of the Branch and allied families
by Greencrest Press in Atlanta, Ga. (657 Cresthill Ave., N.E., Atlanta 30306-3639)
Written in English
|LC Classifications||CS71.B817 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 343 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||343|
|LC Control Number||95081889|
The Branches will be commemorating this arrival with a family reunion. The descendants of Christopher and Mary Branch are numerous, and we are helping them get the word out about the reunion. If you are a Branch, please take a moment to look at their website and learn about the quadricentennial. - Explore matoaca's board "Branches of the family tree", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Family genealogy, Family history and Genealogy pins.
major branches of the Bittinger and allied families. Although some branches are not ours, they are included in order to be helpful to other researchers. Since their earliest known arrival to this continent in , Bitting[ers] have scattered far and wide. By the end of the 18th Century they hadFile Size: 3MB. Branch, Gilmore, Dyess, and Tarver Families of Winn Parish, Louisiana (Source: USGenWeb Louisiana Archives) Manley Genealogy Project includes Branch; MA. Plymouth. The Mayflower Descendant, Vol includes John Branch, Remember Branch will/estate (Source: Heritage Books) ($).
DNA has shown us that there are a lot of branches to the Bassett Family Tree that are not related in the last 25+ generations. A page on each major branch will be added over time, showing the members descended from that branch. Meanwhile, there is a link to the branches that were formerly called "lines". I found David Pri(t)chard and Catherine Sharp (both born b. Claiborne Co., Tennessee first mentioned in one line of a book on the life of Henry Honus Sharp. I found even more in the book (also free online) Know Your Relatives: The Sharps (and allied families). I have yet to discover all of David Pri(t)chard's second family.
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Branches of the Branch and allied families: a genealogy of the Branch, Harden, Bracewell, Warnock, and other pioneer families of the lower Oconee Valley in Georgia Ray Tapley Greencrest Press, - Reference - pages.
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