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GADSDEN I am in search of information and contact with anyone from the Gadsden Family in Allendale, SC or neighboring towns. My grandfather name was Norman Gadsden wife Mary Bradley. His father name was Council Gadsden and his wife name was Clara. 10 Oct. 2003 Terry Gadsden
GARDNER I seeking information on the Gardner lineage in this or surrounding area (Allendale) around 1850 to 1870.  Any information would be greatly appreciated.  29 Sept. 2003 James Gardner
GARVIN Seek info on Rose GARVIN, b. 1848-1853, d. 1918. Bap. 15Oct1879 Gillette Church by Rev. Joseph Goodin of Ruddell, S.C. Children: Isabel GARVIN, Walter SAMS, Eugene SAMS, Florence Ella SAMS,Luetta T. SAMS,Arthur Henry SAMS, Estelle Mazie SAMS. She owned property in Allendale, surrounding Trinity C. M. E. Church (Barnwell Rd at King Ck.) Son Eugene SAMS buried Trinity Cemetery. 1870 census she isin Barnwell County, Bull Pond Township; 1880 census Hampton County, Lawton Township; removed to Augusta in 1892 where she died in 1918. In Augusta, 3 Allendale cousins lived with her: Anna OWENS, Bertha COX, &Lillian BRYANT who married Tom BEST of Allendale. 7 Feb, 1999 M. Lewis
Garvin & Magdalene Cemeteries Does anyone have a survey of the Garvin and Magdalene Cemeteries? They are listed at Bull Pond. I would like to know also where Bull Pond is located. J. Howell
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GEORGE: I am looking for the brothers and sisters of Susanna GEORGE Crosby (1821-1906) who was married to Mose(s) Crosby (1815-1900). I also need her parents names and dates, if possible. I am willing to share anything I have on the following surnames: CROSBY, SMITH, GEORGE, PADGETT, SMOAK, BENNETT. 18 June 2001
Bernie Crosby
GILL Seek the family of Thomas Turpin Gill who married: Scanny? Brown. One known son: William Thomas Gill Born: August 4, 1882 in Allendale, S.C. Married: Edna Mae Merry (from Georgia) 2 July 2000 S. Maynor
Gillett Looking for any info on Jonathan "John" Gillett born NC Son Andrew Jackson Gillett born Tn married Mariah Smith of Tn Gillette Burying Ground lists a "Andrew Jackson Gillett Aug,1816 "In Memory of". Andrews dtr Julia or Juily married Albert William Mims Trying to work my way backwards. Any help appreciated.   8 Feb. 2002 J, Mims Filice
Gillett I am looking for information on Elijah/Elizabeth Gillett..early 1800's.  Buried in Gillett Family Burying Ground. I descend from Andrew Jackson Gillet. 15 April 2002 J.Filice
Gillett Do you have any records of where the Gillett Family Burial Grounds at Baldoc is located. I have been looking for James Black and it is indicated he might be buried there.  29 March 2007 Keith Peeples
Granville County Have you run across land grant, etc, in the early 1770's in the Barnwell/Allendale/Beaufort area which were described as Granville County?  From what I can find out, Granville County was divided into Orangeburg,  Beaufort, and a few other disticts in 1769. Did the Granville County designation continue to be used, say, until 1774? If so, it might put my ancestor Solomon Owens in SC earlier than I thought, and may negate the NC Solomon Owens in Craven Co, NC, in 1776. 29 Sept. 2003 Scott Owens
GRAY I am seeking information on Jacob Gray. His first wife was Cecelia Mauldin Gray. Jacob was born April 05, 1778 either in North Carolina or Virginia. Jacob and Cecelia lived on a hugh plantation with slaves working the fields in Allendale, Barnwell District according to a misplaced copy of his will. According to the will they had the following children: Charles Tucker, William Parker, Leah (married a Wells), Mahala (married a Gooding), Holland (married a Simmons), Jane (married a Youmans), Hanson Cecelia (married James Owen Murray-my ancestors) and Jacob A. Gray. After the death of Cecelia in 1842, Jacob remarried. His second wife was Dorcas Fields (born July 10, 1815 d. March 16, 1883). Together they had the following children: Martha, b. March 10, 1842 d. June 10, 1933 and Joseph J. Gray, b. July 22, 1852 d. September 25, 1928. Jacob and Dorcas are buried Allendale, Smithfield Cemetery, South Carolina. Cecelia was b. about 1780, d. 1842, I do not know where she is buried. Her parents were Tucker Mauldin and Caroline Arrington. Jacob and Cecelia were married about 1806. Jacob's father, William Gray, fought in the Revolutionary War (b. 1740-1750 d. ?), his mother's name was Sarah Parker (b. 1745-1750 d. ?). Sarah was the daughter of Jacob Parker and ? I would appreciate hearing from anyone with the Gray/Mauldin lines. 16 Oct. 2000 K. Gilliland

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GRAY I am looking for information on Charles M Gray b. about 1800. Married Mary Loadholt daughter of John Loadholt. After Mary's death he married her sister, Rachel Loadholt.  Charles and Mary had a son , Charles Martin Gray.  Gray's believed to be from NC.  20 June 2005 Patty Starling
Groton Plantation Pipe Creek to Matthews Bluff A short History of Groton Plantation, printed by: Book Crafters, Chelsea Michigan in the 1990's.  (Anybody know where I can get a copy of this?  Would someone get me a copy and donate it for the web site?) Frank O. Clark
Plantation of Groten or Groton I am still looking for information about a plantation located in this area. I have since learned that the name of the Plantation is Groten or Groton . I may have had relatives that either worked or lived as slaves on this Plantation. Any information would be appreciated.   15 April 2002 M. Mazyck

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