Tracing WRAY, ROBERT, ROBARTS, ROBERTS, MICHAUX, LEGRAND,
PALMER, DEJARNETTE, HURT, HALL, and JAUDON. Also any related
lines that married into these lines .
Our data base at present (5/30/2000) has over 43,000 names.
We share our date with whomever has an interest. We do not
guarantee documentation; as much of the information was
gathered from research done by others.
Many of our early lines were of French Huguenot extraction;
and came to this New World to seek out religious freedom.
Some arrived in the very earliest part of 1700 in Jamestown,
in the Colony of Virginia. Others arrived as early as
1678 on the shores of The Colony of Carolina; at present
day Charleston. The earliest Huguenot Church in Charleston
was founded by and overseen by the Rev. Pierre ROBERT. This
part is definately documented. The Rev. Pierre ROBERT and
his family were the first of the ROBERT line into the New
World and though the names are now spelled differently in
some cases; many, many families trace their kinship back
to the First Huguenot Emigrants into the Province of Carolina.
I am very proud to be able to document my lineage directly
back to this outstanding family.