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The Southern Pickett Line

Updated February 15, 2003

About Our Family Research


Although my major work begins with Micajah Pickett of North and South Carolina, I do consider other Picketts.
Currently my work is centered around the 200 year history of my family in Yazoo County Mississippi. Our family settled in Amite Bolivor,and Franklin counties. Later, after WW1 my grandfather moved to V'berg and After WWII my father was stationed and lived in Rochester, N.Y. All but my father are buried in MS, mostly in the Yazoo family cemetery, which is now being indexed.
Other cousins are being explored, especially in the South.
This work is not fully mine. My father started and had Mr. Banks, a well known geneologist, work on the family history. Other branches joined in.
It is our goal to show how life in America was led by real people in It's 300 years on American soil. We call that history: Among the First to Come and the First to Serve.
To that end I have written about Henry Pickett, John Pickett, William Pickett, The "Fighting Picketts" (Lt. Col. Martin, Cpt. William, Lt. George Pickett, amomg others), The First Baptists of Virginia (John and Reuben Pickett), The Role of the Sheriff and constable in Colonial Times (James Pickett of North Carolina).

 
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