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“Never Forget to Remember”
“Never Forget to Remember”
(A genealogy of the Fleming Families of
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Hackworth And Related Families
Dear Family Members
I have the book I’ve been working on ready to send to the publisher. This is an 8.5 by 11 inch page hardback book on the Hackworth and related families consisting of over 600 pages of information and family photos including a family veterans section. The cost per book is $80.00 this includes shipping and handling. Please send payment by cashier check or money order only. Payments can be sent to Robie Gene Prater Jr. at Po Box 28 Waynesburg, Kentucky 40489. If any questions please contact me at above address or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Robie Gene Prater Jr.
COURT RECORDS 1835 – 1847,
Floyd County Court Records
Volume I 1821-1835 $24.98 + shipping
Volume II 1835-1847 $26.77 + shipping
Volume III 1856-1860 $17.48 + shipping
Volume IV 1865-1873 $26.47 + shipping
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County Birth Records
Pike & Johnson Counties also available.
deaths of Floyd County residence,
Floyd Photo I CD
Floyd Photo II CD
Floyd Photo III CD
Collection III is ready. Over 700 pages of photos and obits with photos on this CD.
View photos HERE
Floyd CD II
Floyd CD III
All 3 CD's For $40.00
The History of Abbott Creek and the Village of Bonanza
GENEALOGY BOOKS FOR SALE
Tapestry Volumes 1-6 Family History of the WILLIAM (ca 1760-ca1832) and SUSANNAH TUDOR MARTIN, one of the earliest families to settle in the Floyd and Knott Counties area of Eastern Ky. Written by Alice Waddles Hagins, a descendant of Alamander and Malinda Martin.
TAPESTRY Volume 1 ALAMANDER(b.1816) AND MALINDA (b.1812) MARTIN's Family Tree. Alamander (s/o David and Fannie Rose Martin). Contains copies of old Land Grants, court cases, Marriage licenses, and history of court battle for mineral rights.
Volume 2. MILLIE (b. ca 1790) AND JAMES GILBERT MARTIN DESCENDANTS. Millie was daughter of William and Susannah Tudor Martin and the mother of Malinda Martin.
Volume 3. MILLIE MARTIN (b. ca 1807) AND CLAIBORNE JONES DESCENDANTS. This Millie is the daughter of David and Millie Spradlin Martin. Volume one has a legal document section which has the history, copies of the original land grants and court documents concerning the estate of Alamander Martin. Litigation is in process at this time in the Knott Co. Circuit Court which rests on the title to minerals underlying properties covered under a 125 acre Ky. Land Grant of July, 1902 to Alamander Martin. Some surnames includes in these trees are :Akers, Amburgey, Butler, Caudill, Cook, Cox, Frasure, Gibson, Hall, Hamilton, Isaac, Johnson, Jones, Keathley, Kidd, Little, Martin, Moore, Mullins, Newsome, Nickles, Reynolds, Slone, Stewart, Stumbo, Tackett, Thornsbury, and many others.
Volume 4 and 5. THE HALL FAMILIES OF EASTERN KY. Volume 4. The REUBEN (b. ca 1775)and NANCY BRANHAM SMITH HALL DESCENDANTS. Volume 5. THE DESCENDANTS OF ANTHONY (b.1752) AND RUTH BUTLER HALL.
Volume 6. THE WADDLE/WADDELL FAMILIES from Scotland, Ireland, England, and America. Contains the Descendants of James and Catherine Haress Waddle from the Tazwell, Giles Co. Areas of Va. Into E. Ky. and Missouri and Washington state. Other Waddle/Waddell families in Ky., VA., and other parts of America.
"Descendants of James & Florence [Graham] Patton
of Floyd County,
Now in its eighth edition, this book traces the Pattons descended from Henry Patton (born ca. 1720 in Ireland), primarily the James Patton line but also the line of Thomas Patton Sr., a brother of James. James was born about 1752 in Augusta Co Va., namesake of his kinsman, the famed Augusta colonist Col. James Patton. The younger James lived on Back Cr in what would later become Montgomery Co VA before moving to Floyd Co in 1796. He was Floyd's first County Clerk and later Sheriff of the County. James and Florence are ancestral to many thousands of people, and biographies of 1500 Pattons alone are given in the book. Descendants in collateral lines are traced only for one generation. The book also traces the probable ancestry of Henry Patton back to Ireland and then Scotland. The book is illustrated, referenced, fully indexed, ands contains about 150 pages.
For information or current price contact the author at: David V Agricola, M D 16905 Edgewater Dr. Lakewood Ohio 44107
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Current price is $16.00 including postage but is subject to change as the book is frequently revised and enlarged so write before sending money please!
1890 Special Veterans Census for Eastern Kentucky
I am pleased to announce the publication of 1890 Special
Veterans Census for Eastern Kentucky.
The Mullins Families of East KY and Southwest VA
The book is approximately 670 pages, with an every name index, soft-bound with ring binding, in two volumes. The book is divided into six chapters: Chapter One: Early Virginia; Chapter Two: North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee; Chapter Three: Kentucky; Chapter Four: Virginia; Chapter Five: Family Records; Chapter Six: Marriage Bonds, Consent Papers, Marriage Records, and Pension Applications. The book contains abstracts of deeds, wills, marriage bonds, consent papers, marriage records, court orders, surveys, tax records, census records, and other records. There are also copies of all Floyd County and Pike County, Kentucky marriage bonds, marriage records, and consent papers prior to 1850. The early Mullins families are placed in their respective family units and the book contains maps of the areas where the families lived. A few photographs are included. This is a comprehensive history of the Mullins line and every effort possible has been made to verify the accuracy of the material. A website will be established for additions and corrections to the book. The book sells for $47 including postage..
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C. E. Shepard has announced the release of his newest book
Floyd Counties Gone But Not Forgotten
Floyd Counties Gone But Not Forgotten Vol
1850 and 1860 Floyd County Census Books for Sale.
1870 Census of Floyd County KY --$17.00
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1920 Handwritten Census
"Telling It Like It Is".
abt 300 pg book written by Roy S. Martin, retired businessman
Garrett , KY
Annals of Floyd County 1800-1826
Has been re-printed. Hard Cover, 365 pages,
The records in this book are indispensable to anyone interested in Eastern Kentucky origins, but until now have been almost impossible to locate.
Books are available from
The Old Floyd Co. Families
Quarterly covering the original Floyd County which included all or part
of Lawrence, Pike, Morgan, Breathitt, Letcher,
Johnson, Rowan, Magoffin , Wolfe, Elliott, Menifee, Martin, and Knott.
Floyd County Newspaper Indexes
These indexes are arranged in subject and personal name format.
Down right now for major upgrade
"The Picklesimers of Eastern Kentucky, Ancestors and
The cost of this book is $30.00 plus $3.00 Shipping and