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Echoes From the Mountains, TN, NC, VA, GA

Updated November 5, 2002

About Our Family Research


Surnames:
McCracken, Hicks, Skelton, Hicks, Barrett, Meek, Crawford, Skelton, Simpson, Craddock/Cradic, Ward, Arnold, Hartman, Buchanan, Polk, Keyes.
I am researching these and many more surnames, found in East Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia and north Georgia history.
Most are of Scot/Irish and of Native American descent.
FREE GENEALOGY should be afforded to all of us, after all, they are our ancestors. I realize that there are often charges, etc, from many State Agencies and I understand. However, so many times the prices are for profit only.
It is with this in mind that I have recorded my research and all those who have assisted and contributed to the archives. It has taken a multitude of people and thousands of hours of work and much sharing to get thus far. The following publications are available for THE COST OF PUBLICATION. IT IS TOTALLY NON-PROFIT.
Echoes of the Mountains:
HICKS OF EAST TENNESSEE; This includes Native American ancestry. It is well documented and has a great many photos, wills, and land information. Much history has been written about these Hicks ancestors and in this Volume of Echoes it is all organized and easy to read. Mary Hicks McCracken, John James Hicks, Stephen Samuel Hicks, John Hicks, Charles Renatus Hicks, their spouses and children. 242 pages pictures increase the page count. Includes Crest, origin of name and early history of this line. My works continues daily on these lines so the page count could increase depending on the time of inquiry. Credit to include; Dr. Mel Meek, Danny Fluhart, Archives of Virginia.

BARRETTS OF EAST TENNESSEE; The controversy concerning the Barrett Line of this area, prevails today. Many claiming there are two distinct lines. This researcher still works on the theory that the two lines certainly connect. The Barrett's contain in the Volume include, Amanda Catherine, Pleasant, John, Meshack, Thomas and Winnie Shaner Barrett. There are numerous photos and documents. It covers many generations with marriages, children and the migration of Barretts to Missouri. Includes crest, name origin and the early history of this line. 150 pages pictures inclrease the page count. Credit to include Ron Pyron 'A Few Barrett Kin, Malinda Alley, Connie Arnold Myers, Mary Kate Ward Arnold, Angie. Archives of Tennessee. The size of the volume increases daily.

SKELTONS OF EAST TENNESSEE: This volume to include Alexander, Samuel, John and many ancestors. Revolutionary War, Civil War and orther War records. Includes migration from Tennessee to Missouri and beyond. Many photos, wills, other documents. 152 pages pictures increase the page count. Includes crest, origin of the name, etc. Credit to Connie Arnold Myers.

KEYES OF EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA; This line of Keyes married into the Joseph and Lydia Meek line of Glade Springs, Washington County, VA. It , too is well documented. Includes photos, wills, and land information. Along with the migration. 109 pages. This includes documented ancestry and pages increase with the addition of photos on a daily basis.

ARNOLD OF EAST TENNESSEE AND BEYOND; Begins with Francis Arnold and continues to present day. Photo images of the ancestors, wills, and other photo documents. This includes most of the ancestors of Hawkins COunty, Tennessee and their migration to other areas. 180 pages of written ancestry. Photos enlarge the volume. Credit to Connie Arnold Myers, Mary Kate Ward Arnold.

HAMILTONS OF EAST TENNESSEE AND BEYOND; John Bell, Jacob Bell Hamilton and their lives in Sullivan and Hawkins County, Tennessee. Photos and other documents. 29 pages. Credit to Connie Arnold Myers.

NON-PROFIT...NON-PROFIT...NON-PROFIT...NON-PROFIT...NON-PROFIT
None of this work is for profit. The cost of any volume is for the cost to get it to the researcher. The cost of each volume depends on the number of pages and the cost per page by the printer. The cost is held to an absolute minimum with no hard cover or fancy embellishment.

 
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