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Major General John W Bates

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Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • John C Bates
Mountain Creek Baptist Church land donated by Robert Hawkins

Document by Robert Hawkins deeding land to the Mountain Creek Baptist Church of Greenville District, South Carolina (no date in document, about 1830). Courtesy of Cindy Edwards, Morris Family Tree  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • William D Marion Green
Toliver Green in the Texas State Troops during the Civil War

Details and background on the Texas State Troops, a state defense force protecting the northwest frontier of Texas during the Civil War. Toliver Green served in the Cooke County Company of the 1st Frontier Division of TST, in concert with the CSA army.  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • Toliver Green
Dixon Evaline Barnett Obituary

Obituary of Evaline Barnett Dixon, 94 years old at death  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • Evaline Barnett
John Ira Butler, Sr. family story

Story of Butler family's move to Texas; Courtesy of Barb on Ward/Walling Family Tree; this story refers to Johyn Pomfert Butler as John Ira Butler. I have found no documentation or record with that middle name.  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • John Pomfert Butler
History - 20th GA Volunteer Regiment -

History of the 20th Volunteer Regiment of the GA Volunteer Infantry  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • Joseph W Wooten
Joseph Wooten

Broad details of the life and locations of Joseph W Wooten, as told by his son Eugene on 15 March 1966 to Chesley E Wooten  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • Amanda West
  • Joseph W Wooten
Thomas Gregory's will, by Descendant Stephen Calvin Gregory

Discussion of the family of Thomas B Gregory, b 1730 VA d 1818 TN, and transcription of his will with information on the family in later generations, by descendant, columnist Stephen Calvin Gregory. Publication unknown  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • Benjamin Bry Gregory
  • Thomas Bry Gregory
  • William Henry Gregory
George Washington McSwain - Civil War Deserter

George Washington McSwain (1827-1864) went home for 30 days from his Civil War service to see about his family. Finding them in starving conditions, he stayed on past his furlough. he was retrieved by the Army and shot for desertion. Story by S C Jones  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • George Washington McSwain
Pierre Perthuis Soldier

In June and September of 1665, King Louis XIV of France sent 1200 soldiers and their officers of the REGIMENT DE CARIGNAN-SOLIERES to the colony of Nouvelle-France to protect the settlers from attacks from the Iroquois and the Mohawk.  read more

Saturday, May 9, 2015
  • Pierre dit Lalime Perthuis