Qualls Family Genealogy

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Porcher-Dinnies family papers, 1820-1957 SCHS 1264.00 Containers 28/539 – 540A Creator: Porcher family. books, artists, social life in New Orleans and misc. regarding genealogy of Peyre, Gaillard, and Shackelford families.

Qualls Eric Steiner Adam Miller Steven Walker Alex Jeffery Chad Crary Todd DeVito EG 147EG 79 Christopher Will Bonner Zach Beechler Matt Baad EG 2 Matt Brauer Norm Klein Ross Chapter Genealogy 2004 – 2012. Author: Jake Created Date:

African American Family Histories and Related Works in the . Library of Congress . Compiled by Paul Connor, updated by Ahmed Johnson . Local History and Genealogy Reading Room

It started for me in 2006 when I set out to unravel the history of our Arrick family in for years but evidence of who our ancestors were remained a question. Dad even created a nice 3-ring binder of genealogy certificate says her mother is “Margarett Qualls” (Qualls

Randolph County Historic Landmark Preservation Commission Marsha Haithcock, Robyn Hankins and Mac Whatley. Lynn Qualls and Bill Ivey were absent. Approval of Minutes On motion Harmon Cox (1723-1817) was something of the family black sheep and became heavily involved with the

HALL COUNTY, GEORGIA MARRIAGES to 1850 Barker Artemus 07/Jan/1836 Abercrombie Abitha Mays Cyntha A. 22/Dec/1846 Mays Cynthia A. Smith William H. 27/Aug/1832 Abercrombie Nancy Qualls P? 22/Sep/1819 Blalock Elizabeth Whitman Hugh 19/Nov/1824 Blalock Keziah

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Descendants of John Shackelford and Nancy Keen Generation No. 1 1. is listed in the 1820 census with a family of three females. By the Qualls & wife Eliz F.; James M. Shack, wife Ellen R. above heirs of John Shack

Library and Archives and are available on film at your nearest Family History Center. The inside cover: District No. 1 John H. LAURENCE Needham JERNIGAN No. 2 James A. BRANTLEY J.J. JACOBS No. 3 John Monday 2 May 1836 Page 1 – marked out.

Albert E. Qualls JONESBORO — Albert E. Qualls, 79, lifelong resident of Jonesboro, died Saturday, He dwelled on family, loved his nieces and nephews, The Genealogy Society is looking for images of churches from around Craighead County to be

THE VERNON FAMILY ASSOCIATION OF AMEHICA A nonprofit, nonsectarian, nonpolitical "family association" of people named VERNON, and their kin. ORGANIZED AUGUST 2, 1969 OBJECT To assist all VERNONS to know better and appreciate more the considerable

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Morris Area Genealogy Society – 1 – Vol 18 No 3, September 2005 Morris Area Genealogy Society Newsletter Vol 18 No 3 September 2005 Welcome to a new season!

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Tennessee State Library and Archives. Historical and Genealogical Information. INMATES OF THE TENNESSEE STATE PENITENTIARY 1831 – 1850 : PART 2 ( L – Z and Misc. ) Qualls John malicious stabbing Anderson 23. Quimby William mule stealing Davidson 22. R.

Qualls Kathryn w-08-31-1939P-pg3 to John T. Gurwell Querrey family s-06-28-1983L-pg3 reunion This index "Q-R" has been created by Darlene Arnold of the Lucas County Genealogical Society., pictured, , 12, , , , – Lucas items.

Randolph County Historic Landmark Preservation Commission Marsha Haithcock, Robyn Hankins and Mac Whatley. Lynn Qualls and Bill Ivey were absent. Approval of Minutes On motion Harmon Cox (1723-1817) was something of the family black sheep and became heavily involved with the

A Community Publication of the Junior League of Mobile, Inc. Volume 62, Number 1 Kelly Qualls Michelle Quimby Leigh Rendfrey Kristyn Seawell Nancy Sherrell I hope you and your family have a safe and happy holiday season. Kindest Regards,

Issued July 2000 POL/00-ASI. U.S. Department of Commerce William M. Daley, Secretary Salvation Army’s Family Tracing Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 in genealogy research,