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THE SLAUGHTERS OF UPPER SLAUGHTER, GLOUCESTER COUNTY ENGLAND Updated April 27, 2002
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I have been working on the Slaughter Family Genealogy for over 20 years. To date, I have the family back to John Slaughter who is buried in St. Peters Church, Upper Slaughter, Gloucester County, England. I am willing to share my information with other members of the Slaughter family who are doing similar work with the understanding that I will receieve a copy of all of their research on the family and an agreement to continue to respond with new-found information when gathered from legitimate sources. My Web Page is to be found at WWW.estatemanagement.org and my Email addresses are firstname.lastname@example.org ; email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org. I am currently looking for the burial place of Zebulon Slaughter and his immediate family in Pickens County Alabama or Green County Alabama. His son Wyatt is my greatgrandfather and is buried on the Kemper County and Winston County Line in Mississippi. His father, Owen, is buried in the Blackjack Township in Richmond County, North Carolina. He died in 1811. Another person interested in the Slaughter family Genealogy is James H. Slaughter, an attorney in Greensboro, North Carolina, my cousin. His Web Sight is Jim Slaughter.com. I have extracts of wills and old marriage records from Gloucester County England covering some of the old family from the 16th century. I am looking for any records on the family prior to 1522. They had been in England since 450 AD and probably came from Upper Saxony in Germany. Some of the family still lived in Upper Saxony.