||In a War Of 1812 Widow's Claim from Priscilla ALTMAN (widow
of John ALTMAN) the statement is made that John ALTMAN was previously married
to Nancy DELOACH (the name SARRISSEY is also used) All from Hampton County.
Looking for info on these families.
(11/28/97 9:27:33 AM)
||I am researching the Adkerson surname. Henry Adkerson b. Feb
14, 1843 d. Jan. 23 1930 served in the elite militia unit Chatham's Ga. Artillery
during Civil War. CSA marker on grave names him Henry Atkinson. Unit served
S.Carolina coast & Georgia. Believe he resided in low country and moved
to Sand Mountain Al after the war. He then moved from Sand Mountain Al. to
Merriwether Co. Ga. where he is buried.
(3/23/99 1:10:10 PM)
||Looking for the parents of Council Anderson. He was born in 1798 in Beaufort
District, St. Peters Parrish. He lived there until approximately 1830
when he moved to Tattnall Co., Georgia. His father might possibly be Jacob
Anderson. June 2006
||Pam & Don Ives
||Jessica Roslie Atkins, b. April 30, 1905, Hampton County, South Carolina,
d. June 14, 1998, Okeechobee, Okeechobee County, Florida. Her father, James
Atkins, her mother, Alma Virginia Johnson. I am looking for further information
on my ancestors. Please help. June 2006
||Kay Matchett Watson
||Searching for information on Ayers ancestors in
Hampton/Barnwell/Bamberg/Allendale Counties. Arrived on ship Britannia from
Newry, Ireland in 1767 and were granted land under bounty agreement. Land
located in Long Canes, Colleton County (1768) and Saltcatchers. John AIRS
and wife Catharine, Thomas AIRS, John AIRS, Margaret AIRS, William AIRS and
Suzannah AIRS. My ggg-grandfather John (Aires)Ayres was born 7 Oct 1791.
Any records of these people would be greatly appreciated.
8 August 2001
||A. Ayers Faurot