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Newsletter Subtitle: JP62: Some Gift Binders plus an astounding index!
Month Day Year:  November 30, 2010
 

Hello Everyone, This is John Palmer, and I have a special crate for you

today!

 

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving with friends and relatives.  I

had three invitations from friends, and ended up going to Fort Wayne

to visit some friends I haven't seen in several years.  Lots of turkey,

gravy, stuffing, and other goodies kept me happy and full all day!

 

My, how time flies.  It seems just like yesterday when their three

children were all small.  Now the oldest son is graduating with an

engineering degree from Purdue and already has a job working for

General Electric.  The daughter will be graduating in May with some

kind of art degree and has an upcoming exhibit of her work at a local

art gallery.  She is planning to work at the National Archives.

[Pat's Note:  Lucky her!  Think what she could get done on her

genealogy during her lunch hours!]  The youngest son is working on

a medical degree.  I used to be able to beat all three of them at

Scrabble.  Now they soundly beat me But I had a great time trying to

win!

 

Now the holidays are upon us, so I tried to make this crate something a little out of the ordinary.  We hope you find something useful, either you might want for yourself or as a gift.

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM 1: Pioneer E-Z Load, 8 " x 11",

Memory Book.  Color:  Black.   By Pioneer Photo Albums.  This acid free album contains 10 polypropylene protectors  (20 pages) with acid, lignin and PVC-free paper inserts which can be used on both sides for

photos, drawings, letters, pictures, mementoes, etc.  These inserts are

heavy paper and just right for photo mounting or scrapbooking.  They

easily slide out while the protectors stay in the album.  The screw

post binding system allows pages to lie flat.  The album can be

expanded by adding small screw posts available with the sets of

refill pages.  Price:   $10.00  [I have 2 copies in black.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM 2:   Pioneer E-Z Load, 8 " x 11",

Memory Book.  Color:   NAVY BLUE.   By Pioneer Photo Albums. 

This acid free album contains 10 polypropylene protectors  (20 pages)

with  acid, lignin and PVC-free paper inserts.  These inserts are heavy

paper and just right for photo mounting or scrapbooking.  They easily

slide out while the protectors stay in the album.    The screw post

binding system allows pages to lie flat.  The album can be expanded

by adding small screw posts available with the sets of refill pages. 

Price:  $10.00 [I have 3 copies in Navy Blue.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM 3:  Pioneer E-Z Load, 8 " x 11"

Memory Book.  Color:   HUNTER GREEN.   By Pioneer Photo Albums.  This acid free album contains 10 polypropylene protectors  (20 pages) with  acid, lignin and PVC- free paper inserts.  These inserts are heavy

paper and just right for photo mounting or scrapbooking.  They easily

slide out while the protectors stay in the album.  The screw post

binding system allows pages to lie flat.  The album can be expanded

by adding small screw posts available with sets of refill pages. 

Price:  $10.00 [I have 2 copies in Hunter Green.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM 4:  Pioneer E-Z Load, 8 " x 11"

Memory Book.  Color:   BURGUNDY.   By Pioneer Photo Albums. 

 This acid free album contains 10 polypropylene protectors  (20 pages)

with  acid, lignin and PVC-free paper inserts.  These inserts are heavy

paper and just right for photo mounting or scrapbooking.  They easily

slide out while the protectors stay in the album.  The screw post

binding system allows pages to lie flat.  The album can be expanded

by adding small screw posts available with the sets of refill pages. 

Price:  $10.00 [I have 1 copy in Burgundy.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM  5:  Pioneer E-Z Load, 8 " x 11"

Memory Book.  COLOR:  WHITE.By Pioneer Photo Albums.  This acid

free album contains 10 polypropylene protectors  (20 pages) with 

acid-free, lignin and PVC-free paper inserts.  These inserts are heavy

paper and just right for photo mounting or scrapbooking.  They easily

slide out while the protectors stay in the album.  The screw post

binding system allows pages to lie flat.  The album can be expanded

by adding small screw posts available with the sets of refill pages. 

Price:  $10.00 [I have 1 copy in White.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM 6:  Deluxe "Jumbo"  20 page

photo album.  By Pioneer.  COLOR:  WHITE.   This large 12 x

15 inch photo album features an Endurahide Leather Grained cover,

contains 10 sheets (20 pages)  which can hold five different sizes of

photographs and panoramic prints up to 11 x 14 inches as well as

other documents, eithr horizontally or vertically.  The albums can be

nded by adding small screw posts, available with sets of refill pages available through Pioneer.  These "magnetic" pages are photo-chemically safe and give no PVC emissions.  You can mount the photos on the pages without glue or corners.    Note:  some conservationists and archivists do not recommend these "magnetic" pages for permanent storage of valuable documents.  Paper items do stick well to the pages and do not come off without some damage to the document. PRICE:  $15.00 [I have two copies of this white cover album.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM 7:  Deluxe "Jumbo"  20 page photo album.  By Pioneer.  COLOR:  BLUE.  This large 12 x 15 inch photo album features an Endurahide Leather Grained cover, contains

10 sheets (20 pages)  which can hold five different sizes of

photographs and panoramic prints up to 11 x 14 inches as well as

other documents, either horizontally or vertically.  The album can be

expanded by adding small screw posts, available with sets of refill

pages available through Pioneer.  These "magnetic" pages are

photo-chemically safe and give no PVC emissions.  You can mount the

photos on the pages without glue or corners.  Note:  some

conservationists and archivists do not recommend these "magnetic"

pages for permanent storage of valuable documents.  Paper items do

stick well to the pages and do not come off without some damage to

the document..  PRICE:  $15.00 [I have one copy of this blue cover

album.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM 8:  Deluxe "Jumbo"  20 page

photo album.  By Pioneer.  COLOR:  HUNTER GREEN.  This large

12 x 15 inch photo album features an Endurahide Leather

Grained cover, contains 10 sheets (20 pages) which can hold five

different sizes of photographs and panoramic prints up to 11 x 14

inches as well as other documents, either horizontally or vertically. 

The album can be expanded by adding small screw posts, available

with sets of refill pages available through Pioneer.  These "magnetic"

pages are photo-chemically safe and give no PVC emissions.  You can

mount the photos on the pages without glue or corners.  Note:  some

conservationists and archivists do not recommend these "magnetic"

pages for permanent storage of valuable documents. Paper items do

stick well to the pages and do not come off without some damage to

the document.  PRICE:  $15.00 [I have one copy of this hunter green

cover album.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 PHOTO ALBUM 9:  Deluxe "Jumbo"  20 page

photo album.  By Pioneer.  COLOR:  BURGUNDY.  This large 12

x 15 inch photo album features an Endurahide Leather Grained

cover, contains 10 sheets (20 pages) which can hold five different

sizes of photographs and panoramic prints up to 11 x 14 inches as

well as other documents, either horizontally or vertically.  The album

can be expanded by adding small screw posts, available with sets of

refill pages available through Pioneer.  These "magnetic" pages are

photo-chemically safe and give no PVC emissions.  You can mount the

photos on the pages without glue or corners.  Note:  some

conservationists and archivists do not recommend these "magnetic"

pages for permanent storage of valuable documents.  Paper items do

stick well to the pages and do not come off without some damage to

the document. PRICE:  $15.00 [I have two copies of this Burgundy

photo album.]

 

CRAZY CRATE JP 62 Number 10:  PHOTO ALBUM  REFILL PACKETS

FOR Pioneer E-Z Load 8 " x 11" Memory BookS.  by Pioneer

Photo Albums.   Each refill packet contains 5 sheets (10 pages) and

screw posts for putting into the albums.   The sheets are top loading

seamless clear polypropylene with heavy paper scrapbook inserts.

They are archival and photo safe, and acid, lignin and PVC-free. 

Price:  Each refill packet:  $5.00 [I have 20 refill packets.]

 

 

Pat says:  I, too, wish you had a great time over theholidays:  It is so

nice to get together with family.  I must admit I wish I could have a

Thanksgiving Dinner with my ancestors present.  It would be a great

time to get some answers to some of my brick walls, wouldn't it?

 

I finished the index for the Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension

Lists, so I am adding it on here.  I found several of my surnames on it.

It was not unusual for members of a family to differ on their views of

the reasons for the war with one brother joining the Union troops and

another journeying south to fight with the Confederacy. 

Alfred Gooldy was a Confederate Soldier, living in Virginia.  His cousin

James Dean Gooldy, living in Indiana, fought for the Union.  They 

both took part in the Battle at Gettysburg where Alfred was wounded.

He was given permission to return home to have his wound treated

by his own doctor, who saved his arm, rather than face amputation

at the surgeon's hands on the battlefield.  We wondered when we

were touring the battlefield twenty-some years ago, if they met at

all there, or even knew they were shooting at family!

 

YOGS - CRAZY CRATE 77:  BOOK 4:  KENTUCKY CONFEDERATE

VETERAN AND WIDOWS PENSION INDEX.  From data compiled by

Alicia Simpson, Supplementary Index of the widow's maiden names

by Michael Cook.  Publishd by McDowell Publication, Utica, KY1979.

95 pages, 8" by 11", laminated wrappers.  Information herein is

from the index to Confederate Pension Applications, and the Inventory

of Confederate Pension Applications, as compiled by Alicia Simpson,

Archivist, of the Division of Archives and Records Management,

Department of Library & Archives of the Commonwealth of Kentucky,

with Supplemental Information Added.  Applications were made in

duplicate under oath with the County Clerk on a form prescribed by

the State Pension Board.  At the regular session of the County Court,

the County Judge heard evidence concerning the applicant's residence,

citizenship, and means of support.  Two witnesses acquainted with

the applicant testified as to his identity.  Also required was an

affidavit attesting to the disability of the veteran signed by either

two physicians, or one physician and two witnesses who had been

certified by the CountyJudge.  The CountyAttorney could present any

evidence relative to the claim.

 

The Confederate Pension Act established specific guidelines which

all applicants were required to meet in order to receive benefits. 

These were as follows;

1.  The applicant was required to be a Confederate Army or Navy

veteran who served a minimum of one year, or from the time of his

enlistment until the close of the war.  This requirement was waived

if he had received an honorable discharge because of injury or illness.

Widows of Confederate veterans were eligible if they had married

before 1890.

2. The applicant was required to be a Kentucky resident since 1907.

3.  The veteran could not be able to earn support by manual labor,

knowledge, art, or skill, and receive a pension. 

4.  The veteran could not receive a United States pension or aid f

rom a foreign government.

5.  The applicant could not be absent from Kentucky for more than

one year.

6. The applicant could not have an annual income of more than $300.

7.  The applicant could not have property valued at $2500 or more.

8.  The veteran could not receive a pension if his wife was capable

of supporting him.

Thought you might be interested n this.  The pension was for $10

per month, paid quarterly.  Once a year, every pensioner was

required to obtain a certificate from the County Judge showing that

there had been no changes in his eligibility.  If the pensioner became

a resident of the Confederate Home at Pee Wee Valley, KY, the Home

notified the State Pension Board and his name was removed from t

he pension roll. 

Amendments were made several times.  The pension went up to $12

in 1918.  In 1928, it was raied to $20 per month.  In 1832, the

pension was raised to $30 per month

The Widow's Pension Aplication required her name, residence,

birthplace and birthdate, maiden name was also required as well as

marriage date, place and the name of the person who married them.

The service record included the dates of her husband, type of

discharge and the date and cause of his death as well as his name.

Also the widow's income and property holdings are stated and

certified by the County Judge.

1. In 1942, further revisions were made:  A veteran, and a resident

of Kentucky since January 1, 1915, received a pension of $50 per

month.  

2. Widows who had not remarried since the death of their husbands

and who had been a resident of Kentucky since January 1, 1915,

received a pension of $50 if they married prior to 1875.

3. Widows who had not remarried since the death of their husbands

and who had been a resident of Kentucky since January 1, 1915,

received a pension of $40 per month if they married between 1875

and 1895. 

Widows who had not remarried since the death of their husbands

and who had been a resident of Kentucky since January 1, 1915,

received a pension of $30 if they married between 1895 and 1915.

In 1952 All widow's pensions were raised to $50.


Would you believe?  In 1978, they were still making pension

payments to one widow for her husband's service in the Civil War! 

In this index you will find the name of the applicant, whether the

veteran or his widow, the miden name of his widow, if stated; the

County of Residence at date of application; date application was

received; and application number.  There are two lists in this book: 

The men are in alphabetical order by surname and a supplemental

index of the widow's maiden names is also given.  In the Widow's

Index, I found Mary Vertres.  She was married to Clinton A. Lewis

and they lived in Hardin County, KY! #4552 - March 28, 1929.

I also found Christina Vantrees, the widow of Garrett Evans.  They

lived in Jefferson County, KY #3682 - January 15, 1917.  Now there

are three letters I'm going to write later this week.  I found one man,

E. J. Vertrees his widow was Martha Richardson They lived in Hardin

County, KY.  Filed in December 16, 1913 - #2855!

Names of men begin on page 7 and goes to page 77 with 66 lines on

each page!  The index for the women's maiden names runs from page

79 to page 95 and this index is three columns per page with 69 lines

in each column.  These originals are now located at the Division of

Archives and Records Management.  Researchers interested in the

Confederate Pension Program should consult the Old Auditor's's

Files, Office group is housed at the Archives on Coffee Tree Road.

Buy the book! Check your names !  All for $22

P.S. With the information on the pages of this book you can write to

the Kentucky Historical Society which has 50 reels of microfilm with

the originals of these applications.  There would be a fee for copying

them, but I don't know how much it is currently.  The number of the

pension file is included in every entry.

 

Here is an abstract of the index for this book for all surnames. In the

first part the names of the applicant, whether they be a widow or

serviceman, are listed alphabetically.  Only those surnames with

three or more entries are listed here.  If three or more first names

appear the actual number of first names is given, for both the

widow's married surname [her entry will also include her deceased

husband's name] and/or the actual pensioner's surnames when

issued to the actual serviceman. 

The number of first names with each widow's maiden surname is

separately indexed in the second part of the book and follows the +.  This way you can find the widow's entry, which includes her married name in Part 1, and you can find her maiden name by looking up

either name you know in this book.

 

Abbot 3 +1 means (3 women of other maiden names were married

to men named Abbott. who were soldiers, but are now deceased. 

Her pension file is now linked with his surname, and not her maiden

name.  (Abbott is the widow's married name.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

The second part [Plus #] lists the number of women who were born

an Abbott, but are now the widow of another man who has a

different surname.  Part 2 indexes  the widow's maiden name.  She

was an Abbott who was married to a soldier of a different surname

who is now deceased and her pension file is linked with his surname:

 

Here they are: Abbott 3+1, Ab(el/le) 2+2, Adams 18+4, Ad(d)cock

5+1, Adkins 4+1, Alexander 5+4, Allen 16+11, Ambrose 4+3,

Amberg(a/ey)5+2, Anderson 9+4, Arant 3+0, Armstrong 3+1,

Arnold 9+2, Ashcraft 3+0, Atkins 2+2, Austin 0+3, Ay(er/re)s 3+2,

Back 7+0, Bacon 2+2, Bagby 2+1, Bailey 12+3, Bain/es 3+0, Baker

10+2, Baldwin 3+2, Ball 4+1, Ballard 1+2, Barb(er/our) 2+3, Barker

9+4, Barlow/e 2+1, Barnes 7+1, Barnett 2+2, Barton 3+1, Bass 1+2,

Bates 7+1, Bean 3+1, Beard 2+2, Beat(t)y 2+1, Beauchamp 3+2, Bell

8+1, Bemiss 5+0, Bennett 8+6, Bentley 2+1, Benton 2+2, Berry 8+3,

Bibb 3+0, Bingham 3+0, Bird 5+0, Bishop 2+3, Biv(e/i)n/s 2+1,

Black 5+0, Blackburn 5+4, Blevins 4+2, Board 2+1, Boaz 4+0, Bolton 2+1, Bond/s 4+1, Boren 3+0, Bold(e/i)n 3+0, Bower/s 2+1, Bowlds 5+0, Bowles  8+2, Bowlin/g 2+2, Bowman 4+3, Boyd 1+6, Bradley

9+2, Branham 4+1, Brashe(a)r/s 6+3, Bri(e)an 2+1, Bridges 2+3,

Broach 3+1, Brock 4+1, Brooks 6+2, Browder 3+0, Brown 32+13,

Browning 4+0, Bryant 11+3, Buchanan 2+2, Bunch 2+1, Burch 4+0,

Burchett 3+1, Burk/e 6+2, Burnett 8+4, Burns 3+2, Burton 3+5,

Bush 4+1, Byrd 10+1, Cain 6+0, Caldwell 5+0, Calhoun 2+2, Calvert

4+1, Campbell 9+6, Cantr(e/i)ll 3+0, Cardwell 4+0, Carlton 6+0,

Carpenter 12+1, Carrico 4+0, Casey 2+1, Carter 13+6, Cassity 2+1,

Catlett 2+1, Caudill 12+3, Cecil, 3+2, Chaffin/s 2+1, Chambers 7+4,

Chapman 4+1, Chappell 3+1, Chastain 4+0, Childers/s 3+1, Church

3+0, Clark 15+9, Clayt(e/o)n 6+1, Clifton 4+0, Clore 2+1, Cobb 8+1,

Cochran 4+1, Coky 0+3, Colbert 2+1, Cole 6+1, Coleman 5+0, Collier 4+2, Collins 12+2, Colvin 3+0, Col(l)yer 4+2, Combs 14+3, Conle(e/y) 5+3, Cook 3+8, Coomes 4+0, Cooper 5+6, Cosby 3+0, Cowherd 3+0,

Cox 23+9, Crabtree 4+1, Craft 4+1, Crain/Crane 2+1, Craig 6+1,

Craigmyle 3+0, Crawford 2+1, Craycr(a/o)ft 3+2, Creech 5+0, Cross

3+0, Crossfield 3+2, Crouch 5+1, Crow 2+1, Cummins 2+1,

Cunningham 4+3, Curry 3+0, Dale 2+2, Dalton 5+1, Daniel/s 5+3,

Darnall 3+0, Darnell 5+1, Daugh(er)ty 3+4, Davenport 3+0,

Davidson 2+2, Davis 22+8. Dawson 0+3, Day 4+2, Dean 1+2,

3+1, Debo(a)rd 3+0, Denton 3+0, Dever/s 3+0, Dew/s 5+0,

Dick(e/i)nson 3+1, Dickerson 1+4, Dills 4+0, Dixon 4+2, Doty 2+1,

Doublin 3+0, Douglas 3+1, Downing 2+1, Doy(al/le) 4+0, Drew 3+0,

Duerson 3+1, Duff 2+1, Duke 3+0, Duncan 8+5, Dunn 3+6, Dunning

2+1, Durham 3+1, Duvall 3+1, Dyer 2+3, Edelen 2+1, Edwards 3+3,

Elam 3+2, Eldr(e/e/i)dge 2+2, Elkins 6+0, Elliott 4+4, Ellis 11+3,

Ely 2+1, Engle 3+0, Enoch 3+0, Epperson 3+0, Est(e/i)s 5+0, Evans

4+3, Ezell 3+0, Farmer 2+1, Fa(u)lkner 7+3, Ferguson 4+1, Ferrell

4+2, Fields 6+2, Finley 4+0, Fisher 4+3, Ford 8+1, Foster 5+5, Fraley

3+0, France 3+0, Francis 5+1, Franklin 7+0, Fraz(i)er 5+1, Freeman

3+0, French 4+1, Frogge 3+1, Fry 3+0, Fugate 9+3, Fuller 2+1,

Fuqua 2+2, Gaines 1+2, Gardner 5+2, Garr 2+3, Garrett 5+1,

Gearheart 3+0, Gibbs 3+2, Gibson 3+5, Gilbert 3+0, Gill 2+1, Gilliam

3+0, Goble 4+0, Goodman 12+1, Goodwin 3+0, Gordon 12+1,

Grace 3+0, Grady 1+2, Graham 4+2, Gray 6+3, Green/e 13+4,

Greenwood 2+3, Greer 3+1, Gregory 3+2, Gresham 4+1, Griffin 2+1,

Griffith 4+2, Grigsby 4+0, Grimes 2+1, Grogan 3+1, Gross 4+1,

Grubb/s 4+0, G(u/w)yn/n 3+2, Hag(a/i)n/s 4+3, Haggard 3+0,

Hale 6+2, Hall 18+13, Hamilton 6+5, Hammon(d/s) 4+ 2, Hampton

1+3, Hancock 6+1, Hanks 4+2, Hard(e/i)n 3+1, Harney 3+0, Hargis

2+1, Harper 4+2, Harris 15+6, Harrison 4+0, Harrod 5+0, Hart 5+1,

Haskins 2+1, Hatcher 4+1, Hatfield 2+1, Havens 4+1, Hawkins 2+3,

Hayd(e/o)n 4+1, Hayes 6+2, Hays 2+5, Hazelwood 2+1, Head 5+4,

Heath 3+0, Hedges 5+1, Henderson 1+2, Hendrick/s 2+2, Henry 2+3,

Hensley 4+1, Herndon 2+2, Hicks 12+1, Higdon 4+0, Highnght/

Hinite 3+0, Hill 6+3, Hinkle 3+0, Hite 3+1, Hodge/s 5+1, Hogg 4+0,

Holbrook 5+3, Holcomb 4+0, Holland  5+1, Holloway 2+1, Holt 2+2,

Hood 3+1, Hoover 3+0, Hopkns 4+0, Hopper 3+0, Horner 12+1,

Horton 3+3, Houston 2+2, Howard 8+7, Howell 3+1, Hubbard 3+2,

Hudson 1+3, Huff 0+3, Huffman 6+0, Hughes 11+3, Humphrey 6+1

Humphr(eys/ies) 4+2, Hun(d)ley 3+1, Hunt 2+2,  Hunter 7+1, Ingra

m 3+2, Irvin/e 1+2, Isaac/s 7+0, Jackson 14+12, James 3+2,

Jayne/s 3+1, Jeffer(eys/ies) 5+1, Jenkins 5+2, Jennings 7+1,

Jess(i)e/e 3+1, Jewell 2+2, Johns 2+1, Johnson 43+19, Johnston

4+1, Jones 55+23, Jordan 7+3, Juett 3+0, Justice 3+2, Kegley 1+2,

Keller 2+3, Kell(e)y 8+3, Kendall 4+0, Key/(e)s 4+2, Kimberlin 3+1,

King 9+4, Kirk 5+1, Kiser 3+0, Klinglesmith 4+0, Ladd 4+0,

Lancaster 6+1, Landrum 5+0, Lan(g/k)ford 3+0, Latta 0+3,

Lawrence 3+2, Lawson 5+1, Lee 8+5, Lewis 16+7, Ligon 4+0,

Linds(a/e)y 5+2, Linthicum 3+0, Litter(al/ell) 3+0, Lockhart 3+0,

Logan 2+1, Long 11+0, Lowe 5+0, Lucas 2+1, Luten 3+0, Luter 2+1,

Lykins 6+0, Lynn 4+3, Lyon/s 6+1, McAtee 2+1, McBride 3+0,

McClanahan 4+0, McConnell 0+3, McCormick 5+1, McCracken 3+0,

McDaniel 1+4, McDonald 4+3, McDowell 2+1, McGuire 2+3, McKee

3+2, McKenzie 2+1, McKinney 3+1, McMill(e/i)n 1+2, McMill(e/i)n

1+2, Madden 4+1, Madd(i/o)x 6+0, Mains 3+0, Malone 4+0,

Manl(e)y 2+1, Mann 3+4, Mannin/g 2+1, Mansfield 2+1, Marrs 7+0,

Marshal/l 12+5, Martin 17+9, Mason 12+3, Matthews 3+1, Mattingly

4+3, Mau(c)k 2+1, May/s/es 6+4, Mead/e 3+0, Meadows 2+1, Meek

/s 5+0, Mefford 2+1, Melton 3+3, Metcalf 3+0, Middleton 4+2,

Miles 3+1, Miller 18+5, Mills 2+2, Mink 3+0, Mitchell 19+9,

Montgomery 9+1, Moore 31+7, Morgan 11+3, Morris 18+3, Morrison

1+3, Morrow 2+2, Morton 6+1, Moss 5+1, Mount 2+2, Mudd 3+1,

Mull(e/i)ns 4+4, Murphy 12+3, Myers 10+3, Nall 4+0, Nance 2+1,

Nash 2+1, Neace 4+0, Neal 4+3, Neel/e/y 3+3+9, Nelson 3+0, New

2+2, Newton 3+1, Nichol(l)s 3+1, Nickel(l/(e)s) 3+1, Nixon 3+0,

Noel 3+1, Noble 2+1, Nol(a/e)n/d 1+2, Norman 5+1, Norvell 3+0,

Oakley 3+0, O'Br(ien/yan) 3+0, O'Hara 0+3, Oliver 9+1, O'Neal 0+3,

Orr 3+3, Orsbo(u)rn/e 11+2, Overb(e)y 3+1, Owen/s 11+2, Pack

6+1, Page 5+3, Palmer 4+1, Par(r)is 1+2, Park 1+2, Parker 6+4,

Parks 5+0 , Parrish 4+7, Parson/s 4+1, Patterson 8+2, Patt(e/o)n

5+2, Payne 6+2, Pearson 3+0, Pelfr(e)y 3+1, Pennington 6+4,

Perkins 8+1, Perry 6+3, Peters 5+1, Petty 3+0, Peyton 5+1, Phelps

3+1, Phillips 11+5, Piper 5+0, Poland 2+1, Pool/e 3+0, Pope 4+0,

Porter 9+5, Potter 5+1, Potts 6+0, Powell 7+6, Power/s 2+2,

Prat(h)er 1+ 4, Pratt 5+0, Preston 0+3, Prew(e/i)tt 3+1, Price 6+1,

Prince 3+0, Pru(e/i)tt 4+1, Pryor 1+2, Puckett 1+3, Pullen 4+1,

Pulliam 2+2, Pyle/s 4+0, Quisenberry 2+2, Ragland 3+0, Ramey

5+0, Ramsey 3+0, Rat(c)liff 7+2, Ray 7+4, Read 3+1, Red(d)in/g

3+1, Reed 12+3, Reeder 3+0, Rees/e 4+1, Reid 4+1, Reynolds 4+2

, Rice 2+5, Richards 3+0, Richardson 6+5, Ri(t)ch(ey/ie) 7+1,

Riddle 3+1, Rigg/s 3+0, Rig(g)sby 3+1, Riley 7+2, Roark 3+0,

Roberts 10+7, Robertson 9+3, Robinson 8+4, Roby 1+2, Ro(d)gers

11+3, Roland 4+1, Rose 9+4, Rowland 3+1, Royse 3+0, Rucker 8+2,

Rudd 3+0, Rudolph 3+1, Rudy 3+0, Russell 18+2, Ryan 7+1,

Salyer/s 2+2, Sammons 2+2, Sanders 9+4, Saunders 8+1, Scobee

4+0, Scott 10+5, Scrog(g)(a/i)n 4+1, Sebree 4+1, Sexton 5+1,

Shacklette 3+0, Shanklin 3+0, Sharon 3+0, Shaw 3+2, Sheets 3+0,

Shelby 2+1, Shelton 3+3, Shepard/ Shepherd 6+2, Short 6+2,

Simmons 4+5, Simms 3+0, Simpson 2+3, Singleton 2+3, Sizemore

3+2, Slaughter 2+2, Slayden 2+1, Slone 10+2, Smith 65+18, Smither/s 0+3, Smoot 2+1, Snelling 1+2, Sn(i/y)der 2+1, Spalding 4+1, Sparks 8+0, Spears 4+1, Spencer 6+3, Spicer 4+1, Spillman 3+1, Stalling/s

4+0, Stamper 4+1, Stark/s 2+1, Steel/e 2+2, Stephens 9+6, Stevens

2+3, Stevenson 4+0, Stewart 7+5, Stidham 5+0, Stith 5+1, Stivers

2+1, Stone 13+5, Strother 1+1, Stubblefield 5+1, Stucker 3+1,

Sublett 1+3, Sullenger 4+0, Sullivan 8+4, Suter 1+2, Sutton 3+2,

Tackett 2_1, Talley 2+1, Tandy 4+1, Tatum 3+1, Taylor 24+10,

Thacker 3+1, Thomas 18+9, Thomas(s)on 2+2, Thompson 23+0,

Thorn(s)berry 3+1, Thornton 2+3, Thurman 1+2, Thurmond 5+2,

Tracy 3+1, Trice 2+1, Trout 3+2, Tucker 6+5, Turner 8+5, Vance

3+0, Van Hooser 3+0, Vaughn 8+2, Veazey 3+0, Wade 6+0,

Wag(g)(e/o)ner 4 +0, Walker 8+7, Wall 3+0, Wallace 6+3, Waller

3+0, Ward 6+1,Warren 7+2, Wasson 4+0, Waterfield 4+0, Watkin

s 6+3, Watson 5+1, Watts 6+4, Webb 13+5, Welch 4+2, Wells 9+4,

West 4+2, Wheeler 4+1, Whit(t)aker 4+2, White 21+6, Wilho(i/y)te

4+1, Wiles 1+2, Wilkins 3+3, Wilkinson 4+2, Williams 38+18,

Williamson 6+2, Willingham 3+1, Willis 3+1, Wills 2+1, Wilson

33+5, Wireman 2+1, Witt 3+1, Wood 8+5, Wright 9+6, Yanc(e)y

4+2, Yates 5+2, Yeager 2+1, Young 12+6, and Yo(u)nt/s 5+0.    

 

That was quite a job, but it is done and I am very proud of it!  The

book sells for $22.

 

I love that feeling of accomplishment I get when I can bring to

someone else a lead that may open up a new branch on their family

tree!  Helping genealogists is what we do here!  Enjoy! 

Pat from YOGS.


 

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