3 edition of James and Richard Aycock, their descendants, earliest settlers of Wilkes County, Georgia found in the catalog.
James and Richard Aycock, their descendants, earliest settlers of Wilkes County, Georgia
Jane Everline Aycock
by J.E. Aycock in Richardson, Tex. (420 Cambridge, Richardson 75080)
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Jane Everline Aycock, Bill Winston Aycock, Frances Aycock Bednar.|
|Contributions||Aycock, Bill Winston., Bednar, Frances Aycock.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.A967 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||88109607|
Many of the earliest settlers were of Quaker background, from such heavily Quaker areas as Loudoun County, Virginia; Chester County, Pennsylvania; and Burlington County, New Jersey. A Quaker meeting was established in the New River border frontier section by Friends from New Jersey about An article of agreement between William Aycock and Richard Aycock, a deed of sale from William Aycock to Richard Aycock, and a deed from James Aycock to Simon Turner, proved by oath of Richard Aycock-all combine to locate this Aycock family in Johnston Co., NC, from through 18 April , Johnston ~jeffbott/family/LANE/PS08/PS08_HTML.
Biography*: John was born in about , perhaps in Wilkes County. He married Nancy Hood or Wood there in He was in Edge's Militia District in Wilkes County in , when he won lot 49 in the 10th district of Baldwin County in the Land Lottery. He lived in Jones County, GA prior to moving to Meriwether County before Old Harris’s Bridge over the Flint on present Ga. Hwy. 54 was named for him. Guilford Harris () and Seaborn Harris (b), both older brothers of Alston Harris, were also early settlers in Fayette County and left many descendants in this area. Alston and Ann (Gray) Harris first settled near Macon in Bibb County, ~gafayett/biography/
Introduction and Background. Wilkes County, North Carolina was formed in from Surry (earlier Rowan) and, some say, the District of Washington, although the boundary description doesn't include land from Virginia, and in fact Washington County (now Tennessee) was created simultaneously in the same Wilkes boundaries as set forth in Annals of Tennessee, by Ramsey, were The earliest families of Jersey Settlement came from Hopewell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, where some had been members of Pennington's Presbyterian Church, and others were Quakers and Baptists who baptized their children in St. Mary's Episcopal church for
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James had a wife, Sely, five sons, William, Richard, James, John, Sherod, and one daughter, Agnes Pace. Other families which intermarried with the Aycocks include Bradford and Wright.
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[Jane Everline Aycock; Bill Winston Aycock; Frances Aycock Bednar] Any information on Richard AYCOCK, born in VA,died in Wilkes County or his son Burwell AYCOCK born Looking for copy of book JAMES AND RICHARD AYCOCK, THEIR DESCENDANTS, EARLIEST SETTLERS OF WILKES COUNTY GEORGIA.
Thank you for any help. Durham FITZ, FITZGERALD, JARRELL posted by Jerry Jarrell on Tuesday, March 9, John ~gawilkes/queryhtm. William was shown in Northampton County with a family of ten - Source: James and Richard Aycock, Their Descendants, Earliest Settlers of Wilkes County, GA" Revisedpages 2, 3.
Early Records of Georgia. Vol II, Wilkes Co. Grace Gillam Davidson. The James & Richard Aycock, their descendants, earliest settlers of Wilkes Co.
By Jane Everline Aycock A Census for Wilkes County (from Tax Records) by Frank Parker Hudson. (Mr. Hudson indicates that all data in this book is included in "Wilkes County, Georgia Tax Records, ) A Story of Wilkes Co., Georgia by Eliza A Bowen~gawilkes/ Aycock, J.
E., B. Aycock, F. Bednar, James and Richard Aycock, Their Descendants, Earliest Settlers of Wilkes County, Georgia ( n.p), p. ://~mhmills/html-woodward/grpfhtml. The earliest settlers of Wilkes county were from North Carolina, but these were soon followed by a large number of Virginia families of greater wealth, education and influence.
Earliest settlers of Wilkes County differences of feeling and social status between these two groups gave rise to political antagonisms which were at times ORIGINAL PAPERS [Part I, pages ] The people of Wilkes county and all descendants of the early settlers of the county, whether residents of our own Empire State of the South, the crowded centers of the north and east, the fertile deltas of the Mississippi, in sight of the snow capped Rocky Mountains, midst the golden orange groves of California, or beyond the domain of Wilkes County Early Settlers Whitney's Cotton Gin.
Battle Of Kettle Creek: Wilkes County, Georgia History from: The Story of Georgia and the Georgia People to by George Gillman Smith, D.D. Originally published c. Submitted by K. Torp, © In Wilkes county many were probably burned with Will Book "D D" (See Vol.
1, pp ). Other documents prove many marriages between people known to have lived in the county from the first settlement up tofor which no original bond or recorded marriage could be located.
Page "«i»Possible burial«/i» - according to notes of Mrs. Frances Long Taylor and Miss Sarah H. Moss, Winifred Aycock, daughter of William Aycock and Mrs. Rebecca Pace Bradford Aycock was buried in "a triangle formed by three large pine trees" in the Jackson STreet Cemetery" Athens-Clarke County, Georgia Cemeteries.
~mhmills/html-woodward/grpfhtml. (Related (not reversed)) James and Richard Aycock, their descendants, earliest settlers of Wilkes County, Georgia / Aycock, Jane Everline, (Related (not reversed)) Jonathan Taylor of Johnston and Anson Counties, North Carolina and Perry County, Mississippi, ca. - ca.
-Roy Johnson] [Boddie continues with the following:] Jesse Lane with his father-in-law William Aycock and his relatives the Popes and Bradfords, moved to Wilkes County, Ga., about In he lived on Long Creek, three miles below Lexington on a large plantation which was afterwards bought by ?nid=NI Wilkes County's earliest white settlers were a relatively homogeneous group with English or Scotch-Irish ancestry who made their homes along the numerous creeks that criss-crossed the county or along the Broad or Little Rivers.
Early in Januarya band of Creek Indians attacked a small fort built on Little River by David and William Follow Jane Everline Aycock and explore their bibliography from 's Jane Everline Aycock Author :// Chronology of Wilkes Co, GA Records (ca ) ca (Georgia Citizens and Soldiers of the American Revolution, p.
) 4th Georgia Battalion. James COMBS, private. Notes: James Combs is shown in the Third Company of a Militia in Wilkes County. (from We Have This Heritage by Robert Marion Willingham, Jr., extracted by Katherine C. Bray). This James Combs may not have been of Wilkes Co An illustration of an open book.
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Gordon stands in the front. He was born in Wilkesboro on the 2nd of Novemberand was a descendant of a respectable Scotch ancestry. He was educated in the common schools and academies of this section and at Emory and Henry :// Descendants of Thomas Mims b.
c By Wanda Ware DeGidio Ma at Descendants of Thomas Mims GENERATION 1 1 Mims I was born Abt. and died in married Unknown about Appearing on the list or in book without documentation in no way constitutes proof of a qualifying ancestor.
The National Inquirer will review the status of the ancestor and determine if he or she continues to be a qualifying ancestor. Richard PA. Arnold, Richard ENG/PA. Ash, Joseph PA Richard VA.
Hambleton, James PA. Hammer, John PA. From a remnant of the earliest Wilkes County Tax List: This is the first tax digest found in the court house and was taken to give a practically complete census of the heads of families of that date, to identify their lands as headrights, and possible bounty grants for Revolutionary service, and to replace in a measure the census of ,_GA.The First Families _____ From: Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from to By Joseph Addison Waddell These were the first few families that made up the first influx of primarily Irish settlers seeking prosperity in early Orange and Augusta County, Virginia.
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Many families passed through this county to go on to settle in Cobb and Paulding ://