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Hatfield and Phillips families of eastern Kentucky and southwestern West Virginia

Harry Leon Sellards

Hatfield and Phillips families of eastern Kentucky and southwestern West Virginia

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Published by H.L. Sellards, Jr. in DeLand, Fla. (4031 Grand Ave., DeLand 32720) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hatfield family.,
  • Phillips family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 411-412) and index.

    StatementHarry Leon Sellards, Jr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.H362 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 474 p. :
    Number of Pages474
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1751119M
    LC Control Number92074028

    Cassell Nicholson and Lois M. One finds a great many families in Rockingham County tend not to identify as Indians, for some reason I am unclear about. Kansas City, Mo. I do not know if, in fact, they are still in existence as distinct communities. Some researchers suggest these mysterious people have been in the United States since before the first Mayflower landing. Descendants are also in Kentucky.

    Once again, the names of Collins, Goings, Mullins, and Gibson are in the majority. They are a fairly large group of about 5, Ellison lived for 3 days after the attack. Anderson, Making memories with each mouthful! We pick up, in the records, one band in northern Virginia in who appear to be heading north.

    We do know for certain that there had been contact between the two tribes for a great many years. In fact, some whites in southwest Virginia and east Tennessee still refer to these people as Melungeons. John's brother William b. They were found living, in isolation, in the central Appalachian Mountains, predominantly in Northeastern Tennessee, Southwestern Virginia, and Southeastern Kentucky.


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Hatfield and Phillips families of eastern Kentucky and southwestern West Virginia book

The family migrated to Indiana in and settled south of Pecksburg. Descendants lived in Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, and elsewhere. Roseanna borrowed a neighbor's horse and rode bareback, hatless, and coatless to tell Devil Anse.

Along with that general migration came a great many poeple from these Indian, or former Indian, communites. Due to his fierce determination, he was able to prosper in a very rugged environment and established strong ties within his community. I think that the term Cherokee got fixed on a lot of Indian gorups in the south after FebChristoper b.

They had five children. They stabbed Ellison 26 times and then Pharmer McCoy shot him in the back. Microfilm made of typescript 11 leves, many manuscript additions and corrections compiled by Opal Aden, Beatrice, Nebraska.

Pioneer Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky

Seven received life imprisonment, and the eighth was executed in a public hanging even though it was prohibited by lawprobably as a warning to end the violence.

I also know that there are Indians in Stewart County, quite a distance north and west of Nashville near a place called Indian Mounds. However, some families did not move directly west into the very mountainous northwestern North Carolina counties.

By examining the legacy of the Civil War, the weakness of institutions such as the church and education system, the exaggerated importance of family, the impotence of the law, and the isolation of the mountain folk, Rice gives new meaning to the origins and progress of the feud.

These families are listed in the records as Mulattoes. In most of these Cherokees were removed to the Indian Territory, now Oklahoma. I suspect that the Taylors who now live in northern Scott County near the Kentucky line came from Robeson originally.

It took five years for the case to go to trial, and the Hatfields thought if they eliminated Old Randall McCoy, there wouldn't be anyone to testify and bring them to trial.

All of these familes and communities have the same historical origin. The name refers to a specific set of families. Not a professional by any means, many of my recipes have been handed down from my mother, my grandmothers, and my aunt.

Since the Second World War there has been a lot of migration from this region of eastern Kentucky and southwestern Virginia into the Detroit area.

It appears that Indians from Granville County, from on, were moving in individual family groups west. These are the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina, many of who identify as Cherokees, but who are officially called Lumbees; scattered individual families in central South Carolina; a fairly cohesive community south of Augusta, Georgia; a small community near Dead Lake in northern Florida; scattered families in Patrick County, Virginia; and many small kin based communites and scattered family groups in Appalachia.Father John Shirley was a wealthy Carthage innkeeper, mother Elizabeth "Eliza" Hatfield Shirley was descended from the Hatfield end of the infamous Hatfield and.

Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Mary Hatfield on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. Elizabeth Phillips (born Hatfield), John Hatfield and 7 other Mary Elender Hatfield (born Bevins), - Mary Elender Hatfield (born Bevins) Kentucky West Virginia.

Mary Elender Hatfield (born Bevins. The Mills family of western West Virginia and eastern Kentucky [Roger L Mills] on atlasbowling.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying atlasbowling.com: Roger L Mills. Dec 12,  · Hatfield and Phillips families of eastern Kentucky and southwestern West Virginia by Harry Leon Sellards.

Published by H.L. Sellards, Jr. in DeLand, Fla. ( Grand Ave., DeLand ). Written in EnglishPages: In describing Rex Parker's home, Dorgan states that "the outside of this home fits well those junkyard aesthetcs that characterize some areas of central Appalachia, particularly the coalfield regions of eastern Kentucky and southern West Virginia."(73) It is apparent that the author has not travelled to Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, or New.

Note: This is just one of family groupings listed on The Political Graveyard web site. These families each have three or more politician members, all linked together by blood, marriage or adoption. These groupings — even the names of the groupings, and the state or states of main activity — are the result of a computer algorithm working with the data I have, not the choices of any.