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BARTLETT - History of Henderson County, Texas
BARTLETT - History of Henderson County, Texas
 
 
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BARTLETT - T. A. Bartlett Home in Malakoff, Texas
BARTLETT - T. A. Bartlett Home in Malakoff, Texas
 
 
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BARTLETT - The Malakoff Man
BARTLETT - The Malakoff Man
Thomas Anthony Bartlett presented "The Malakoff Man" to the University of Texas. 
 
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BARTLETT - The Matthews Collection
BARTLETT - The Matthews Collection
History of the Bartlett Family in America by J. Alonzo Matthews 
 
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BROWN - 1870 Agricultural Census
BROWN - 1870 Agricultural Census
 
 
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BROWN - William Monroe Brown
BROWN - William Monroe Brown
1854 - 1920 
 
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BROYLES - 'A Builder Family of Anderson County, South Carolina
BROYLES - "A Builder Family of Anderson County, South Carolina
 
 
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Edgefield District, South Carolina
Edgefield District, South Carolina
While the author is focused on the history of pottery in South Carolina, these two pages from the book give a clear description of the history of the Edgefield District of South Carolina and the migration of various European emigrants to the area. 
 
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INGRAM - Calvin Moye's Slave Narrative
INGRAM - Calvin Moye's Slave Narrative
Calvin Moye, the former slave of Richmond Ingram, relates his life story which includes information about the migration of the family of Richmond Ingram and his seventy slaves from Georgia to what is now Rural Shade, Navarro County, Texas. This narrative and its introduction were written as part of a WPA Project during the 1930's. 
 
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INGRAM - History of Rural Shade, Navarro County, Texas
INGRAM - History of Rural Shade, Navarro County, Texas
 
 
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INGRAM - Remembering the Ingram Plantation
INGRAM - Remembering the Ingram Plantation
This short narrative was written in a letter to the editor of the Kerens [Texas] Tribune in March 3, 1988. It describes the author's memory of the Ingram Plantation in nearby Rural Shade, Texas. 
 
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Life in Brushy Creek, Anderson County, Texas
Life in Brushy Creek, Anderson County, Texas
 
 
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PICKEL - Origin of Anderson County, South Carolina
PICKEL - Origin of Anderson County, South Carolina
Anderson County, South Carolina was the home of William Pickel and many of his descendants. However, it was only in the latter two-thirds of his life that the area in which he lived had the designation of Anderson County. This page shows how the territory developed from 1769 until 1826 when Anderson and Pickens Counties were established. 
 
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PICKLE - 1860 Agricultural Census - Anderson County, South Carolina
PICKLE - 1860 Agricultural Census - Anderson County, South Carolina
 
 
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PICKLE - Mississippi Pickles
PICKLE - Mississippi Pickles
This tells about how an extended family named Pickle settled in what is now Monroe County, Mississippi 
 
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Pickle Families Listed in the 1810 Federal Census in the Carolinas
Pickle Families Listed in the 1810 Federal Census in the Carolinas
 
 
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PICKLE/PICKEL - William and Elizabeth Pickle of Williamston, South Carolina
PICKLE/PICKEL - William and Elizabeth Pickle of Williamston, South Carolina
 
 
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PICKLE/PICKEL - William Chesley Pickle
PICKLE/PICKEL - William Chesley Pickle
1820 - 1884 
 
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ROGERS - Ozie Goodvin Rogers
ROGERS - Ozie Goodvin Rogers
1864 - 1952 
 
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SMITH - The Descendants of John Smith (1770 Virginia - after 1850 Texas)
SMITH - The Descendants of John Smith (1770 Virginia - after 1850 Texas)
This is an explanation of why we have chosen to show John Smith as having had at least three children: John William Smith, William Smith and Mary Smith Chandler. 
 
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The Adam Alexander Broyles House
The Adam Alexander Broyles House
 
 
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The Naming of Athens, Texas
The Naming of Athens, Texas
This tells the story of the naming of Athens, Henderson, Texas by Dulcinea Ann Holland Thompson Averett.  
 
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Theora Coates Baker
Theora Coates Baker
An update from her daughters. 
 



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