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Historical Southern Families

John Bennett Boddie

Historical Southern Families

by John Bennett Boddie

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Published by Clearfield Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genealogy,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11288939M
    ISBN 100806300388
    ISBN 109780806300382
    OCLC/WorldCa556338126

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Historical Southern Families is a twenty-three-volume series of authoritative genealogies covering a broad spectrum of Southern families. The series was compiled by the late John Bennett Boddie, whose distinguished contributions to Southern genealogy were attested to by his induction as a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists, and completed by his wife.3/5(2).

Historical Southern Families is a twenty-three-volume series of authoritative genealogies covering a broad spectrum of Southern families. The series was compiled by the late John Bennett Boddie, whose distinguished contributions to Southern genealogy were attested to by his induction as a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists, and completed by his wife.5/5(3).

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I found so many inaccuracies. Other authors works were plagiarized to fit particular family trees. If someone has the same name, Historical Southern Families: Volume 14 Mrs. John Bennett Boddie No preview available - Reviews: 1. Historical Southern Families is a twenty-three-volume series of authoritative genealogies covering a broad spectrum of Southern families.

The series was compiled by the late John Bennett Boddie, whose distinguished contributions to Southern genealogy were attested to by his induction as a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists, and completed by his wife.5/5(2).

Historical Southern Families is a twenty-three-volume series of authoritative genealogies covering a broad spectrum of Southern families. The series was compiled by the late John Bennett Boddie, whose distinguished contributions to Southern genealogy were attested to by his induction as a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists, and completed by his wife/5(8).

Historical Southern Families. In 23 Volumes. Volume XIV by Mrs. George Bennett Boddie (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Paperback. A Correction of Mistakes Appearing in Previous Books; Armistead of Kirkdeighton, Yorkshire, England, and Virginia; Armistead of Elizabeth City County, Virginia; Baber-Babers of Virginia; Barlow of Isle of Wight, Virginia; Barrow of Surry, Virginia, and North Carolina and Louisiana; Batte of Prince George.

Browse Individual Records in this Title. Table of Contents. Title Page; Contents to This Section; Explanation of Abbreviations.

A Correction of Mistakes Appearing in Southside Virginia Families, Vol. II; Goodrich of Rappahannock and Charles City County; Baldwin of Isle of Wight; Barker of Surry; Butler of South Carolina; Hill-Harrington of North Carolina; Clark of Surry; Kendrick of Gloucester and North Carolina; Mallett and Salle of Manakintown, Va.

Historical Southern Families Volume IV book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Genealogical information on historical southern fam 5/5.

Jackson Family of South Carolina and Mississippi; Jackson FAmily of South Carolina and Mississippi; Bradford of Texas; Pell Family of Kentucky; Allred (Aldridge) of North Carolina; Jameson Family of Virginia; Palmer and Allen Families of Virginia and Georgia; Chillian Palmer and Some Descendants; Doty of the Mayflower; Purl Family of Mississippi.

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John Bennett Boddie’s most popular book is Historical Southern Families. in 23 Volumes. The Evans Family of Beaufort, Pitt and Edgecombe Counties, North Carolina; Steptoe-Lawson-Edwards; Mason-Watson-Woodson of Norfolk County, Virginia; Boddie of North Carolina; Buchanan of Pennsylvania and Tennessee; Cotton of Surry; Cotton of Bertie County, North Carolina; Fulgham of Isle of Wight County; Harris of Charles City.

The family of John Foust and Anna Barbara Albrecht and allied families Mozette Foust Snippet view -   Historical Southern Families by John Bennett Boddie, Mrs. John Bennett Boddie,Genealogical Pub. edition, in EnglishPages: User Review - Flag as inappropriate Excellent points about the lack of solid documentation for the various families.

Boddie's info on the Dees family (one I have researched for 10 years) contains many unproven assumptions in the earliest 3 or 4 generations and considerable errors with the later generations that moved to GA.

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