Newly Added to McComb Public Library's genealogy collection:
Virginia Tax Payers, 1782-87
Other than those published by the U. S. Census Bureau
Newly Added to Liberty Public Library's genealogy collection:
1. Amite County, Mississippi Historical & Genealogical Connections
2. Phares Families Who Migrated to the Felicianas Early in the 19th Century and Their Family Connections
by Frances Phares
Thursday, November 10, 2016
17. Elbert County, Georgia – Deed Books A-J, 1791-1806 – Michal Martin Farmer
18. The Records of the Virginia Company of London (Volumes 1 & 2)
The Court Book, from the manuscript in the Library of Congress
Edited with an introduction and bibliography by Susan Myra Kingsbury
19. Mecklenburg County Marriages, 1765-1853 – John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr.
Mecklenburg County, Virginia
20. Frederick County Marriages, 1738-1850 – John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr.
Frederick County, Virginia
21. Ninety Six District, South Carolina: Journal of the Court of Ordinary – Brent H. Holcomb
Inventory book Will book 1781-1786
22. Will Book 1, 1773-1783, Halifax County, Virginia – Marian Dodson Chiarito
23. Will Book 2, 1783-1792, Halifax County, Virginia – Marian Dodson Chiarito
24. Miscellaneous Records – Williamson County, Tennessee – Louise Gillespie Lynch
Volumes 2, 6, & 7
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
9. Spartanburg County / District South Carolina – Albert Bruce Pruitt
Deed abstracts, Books A-T 1785-1827 (1752-1827)
"The deeds in this book were recorded in books from about 1785 to 1827. The money changed hands from 1752 to 1827. Only a few transactions between 1752 and about 1774 are recorded. During this period, the state line was indeterminate...some transactions may have been recorded in North Carolina, "As would be expected, most of the land described is in present day Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties. Some land is in Union Co. which was, for a time, part of Spartanburg Dist. Also, there is land on the boundary between Spartanburg and Union or Greenville Counties. However, for some reason, there are also a few deeds for land in North Carolina (primarily Rutherford County), Tennessee and Georgia"--Foreword, 2nd prelim. page.
10. Cavaliers and Pioneers – Nell Marion Nugent
Abstracts of Virginia land patents and grants, 1666-1695
11. Cavaliers and Pioneers – Nell Marion Nugent
Abstracts of Virginia land patents and grants, 1695-1732
12. Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution – John H. Gwathmey
Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, 1775-1783
13. Units of the Confederate Army – Joseph H. Crute
Provides a brief history and "certain information such as organization, campaigns, losses, commanders, etc." for each unit listed in "Marcus J. Wright's List of Field Officers, Regiments, and Battalions in the Confederate States Army, 1861-1865"--Intro., p.xi.
Principal events, campaigns, and battles -- Alabama -- Arkansas -- Confederate -- Florida -- Georgia -- Indians -- Kentucky -- Louisiana -- Maryland -- Mississippi -- Missouri -- North Carolina -- South Carolina -- Tennessee -- Texas -- Virginia.
14. Tennessee Settlers and Their Descendants – Tennessee Genealogical Society
Genealogical data about some of the men and women who helped shape the Volunteer State
15. Early Adventurers on the Western Waters – Mary B. Kegley and F. B. Kegley
The New River of Virginia in Pioneer Days, 1745-1800
Volumes 1 and 2
16. Sketches of Some of the First Settlers of Upper Georgia, of the Cherokees, and the Author – George R. Gilmer
Indexed edition, reprinted from the author’s revised and corrected edition of 1926 with an added index
More to be posted tomorrow!
More to be posted tomorrow!
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Recently Added to Our Genealogy Collection!
1. Historic Families of Kentucky – Thomas Marshall Green
with special reference to stocks immediately derived from the Valley of Virginia; tracing in detail their various genealogical connexions and illustrating from historic sources their influence upon the political and social development of Kentucky and the states of the South and West
Includes the following families – McDowell, Allen, Logan
2. The “Corn Stalk” Militia of Kentucky, 1792-1811 – G. Glenn Clift
A brief statutory history of the militia and records of commissions of officers in the organization from the beginning of statehood to the commencement of the War of 1812
3. Second Census of Kentucky, 1800 – G. Glenn Clift
A privately compiled and published enumeration of tax payers appearing in the 79 manuscript volumes extant of tax lists of the 42 counties of Kentucky in existence in 1800
4. Collins Historical Sketches of Kentucky – Lewis Collins
History of Kentucky, 2 volumes, reprint of 1878 edition
5. Some Georgia County Records – S. Emmett Lucas
Volume 2, being some of the legal records of Clarke, Jasper, Morgan, Putnam, Oglethorpe, and Greene counties, Georgia
6. Genealogical Deed Abstracts, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, Books 10-14 -
Herman W. Ferguson
7. Old Sparta & Elba Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1822 – 1860 -
Marilyn Davis Barefield
“The land sold out of this office was situated in the counties, or portions of counties, of Escambia, Covington, Geneva, Houston, Henry, Dale, Coffee, Pike, Barbour, and Monroe (Alabama).” –Introduction, p. iii
8. The Old Mardisville, Lebanon & Centre Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1834-1860 – Marilyn Davis Barefield
The land sold from the offices in Mardisville, Lebanon and Centre is located in the following counties or portions of the following counties: Calhoun, Cherokee, Clay, Cleburne, DeKalb, Etowah, Jackson, Marshall, Randolph, St. Clair, and Talladega (Alabama).--Introduction, p. v.
More to be posted tomorrow!