Ancestor Trails to Georgia and Alabama - Accession 715 #16
Accession 715 #16
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1 bound volume; 445 pages
The McDonald line traced in this book begins with Samuel McDonald who was born in South Carolina in 1776. He obtained land in Fayette County, Georgia and moved there in 1824.
Scope and Content Note
Ancestor Trails to Georgia and Alabama: Featuring Clay and Randolph Counties in Alabama by Dorman Laurez McDonald traces the genealogy of the Samuel McDonald family of Georgia from the 1700s to 1987. Other surnames covered are Gibson, Yeats (Yeates, Yeats), Graben, East, Knight, Harris and Willingham. Also included are brief histories of Scotch-Irish emigration to America, Creek Indian removal from Alabama in 1836, Clay County Alabama, and Randolph County Alabama. The book also includes photographs and maps. Please see the attached Table of Contents and Index.
Gift of the author.
Genealogy, McDonald Family, Gibson Family, Yates Family, Graben Family, East Family, Knight Family, Harris Family, Willingham Family, Creek Indians, Clay County AL, Randolph County AL, Scotch-Irish
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Ancestor Trails to Georgia and Alabama - Accession 715 #16". Finding Aid 693.