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From Scotland-Ireland-England-France to VA-NC-SC-GA-Alabama
Updated December 1, 2004
About Our Family Research
Branches I am researching include: * Spruiell/Spruill (Scotland/Ireland> VA>NC>SC>GA>Alabama to my kin, early 1800s in St. Clair County -- Eden/Wolf Creek community) * Abernethy/Abernethy (Scotland> VA>NC> to my kin, mid 1700-1800s -- Hickory, Happy Home Rutherford College -- Lincoln, Catawba, Buncombe County area) * Clinkscales (Scotland/Ireland> NC> SC> Ga> Alabama -- St. Clair and Shelby County area) * Justice (First/earliest records for Revolutionary/Civil War veteran in GA -- for Dempsey Justice. Then to Coosa, Alabama -- which was before Alabama statehood.) * Ferguson North Carolina, mid 1800s) * Honeycutt (North Carolina, mid 1800s) * Hayne (France> New England> Ga> Alabama, mid 1800s) * Griffon (west central NC, mid 1800s) * Jarrett (west central NC, mid 1800s) * Forney (west central NC, north east Alabama, mid-to-late 1800s)
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