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Wilson / Hill / Johnson of East TN - Blount/Monroe/Loudon
InterneTree: Angela Bates Report: Report
The Ronnie and Cyndi Bass Family Page
Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Cynthia Ann Stroud Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Ronnie Gerald Bass
Penny's Kickin' Kin
Penny Pratt Baker surname list
The Anderson Family of Knox County, TN
my father's lines: Samuel Anderson Line(Pennsylvania and Knox County, TN) Samuel Flenniken Line (South Knox) James Caswell Moore Line(Virginia, South Knox) Thomas McCammon Line(South Knox) Jesse Simpson Line(Virginia, South Knox) Phillip Edington Line(Virginia, South Knox) Jesse Kerr Line (Greene, Sevier, Blount Counties) Mark Wimberly Line (Loudon, Polk Counties) John Crye Line (Blout, Loudon Counties) John Pickens Line (Sevier, Knox, Blount Counties) Nancy Jane Boyd Line (Sevier, Knox, Blount Counties) Juliann Townsley Line(Blount County) my mother's lines: Albert Duncan Anderson Line (Arkansas, Tennessee, Texas) Joseph Conn Line (South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama) Henry Bradley Fielding Line(South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama) Julius Hermann Zastrow Line (Pomerania,Germ., Wisconsin, Alabama) Gentrys in Cherokee Co. Georgia Watkins in South Carolina, and Georgia Mark Anderson - InterneTree
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ENNIS - My gg-grandfather is Thomas R. ENNIS born 1847 in Arkansas and lived in Palo Pinto County, Texas. I\m looking for his descendants. His children (all born in Texas)are:\r\n1 Richard D. ENNIS married E.E. PICKENS on 5/14/1893\r\n2 John D. ENNIS married Winnie SALSMAN (from Missouri) on 7/16/1895\r\n3 Eliza J. ENNIS married John W. BROWN on 7/25/1897\r\n4 Harvey ENNIS born 11/1883\r\n5 Marion Cleveland ENNIS married Ada CAWOOD\r\n6 Mary ENNIS married Walter BISHOP on 6/25/1899\r\n7 Lilly Marie ENNIS married John Marion ALLEN about 1913\r\n8 Wyoma ENNIS born 8/1898\r\n9 General Dewey 'Bud' ENNIS born 4/13/1900\r\n10 Lora Mae ENNIS born 12/24/1901\r\n11 Rubie Lee ENNIS married Charles J. MEDDERS\r\n\r\nThomas\ known grandchildren: Gladys May ENNIS, Hillis Hewey ENNIS, Curtis Gerald ALLEN, Dorris Lynwood ALLEN, and William Thomas MEDDERS.\r\n\r\nFULCHER - Located in Texas and New Mexico.\r\n\r\nSTEPHENS - Located in Texas.\r\n\r\nCRYER - Located in Texas.\r\n\r\nWRIGHT - Located in Texas.\r\n\r\nGenealogy Report: Descendants of Josiah Allen\r\n
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I am researching the BASS and STROUD families.\nOn the BASS/CRYER side of my husband's family it includes: AYERS/AYRES, BENNETT, and JONES and GOSS.\nOn the STROUD/THIGPEN side of my family it includes: HAMMACK, GRUBBS, STEVENS/STEPHENS, PERKINS, SINCLAIR, KING, HERRING, WALPOLE, COURVILLE, FIGURANT, SEALE, AIRHART, ALEXANDER and BUSH.
Pickett's of New Hope, PA
The Picket Family fo the New Hope, Pa. area.
The Cryes in North America
History of the Crye family following immigration from the Isle of Man to North America. Includes genealogical report, period overviews, transcriptions of documents related to Revolutionary War activity in North and South Carolina, the War Between the StateCrye, Davis, Gardner, Lightfoot

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