NASH COUNTY ANCESTRAL SURNAME WEB PAGES
If you know of a web site that reflects Nash County ancestry and would be of general interest to everyone, please contact the Earl P. Bell, Nash County Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org so the site may be added.
DISCLAIMER AND CAUTION: Genealogy websites are only as good as the preparer’s knowledge of basic genealogical research. Genealogy on the Internet differs from merely collecting names without having done any research (often without the permission of the original researcher) to those who footnote with sources and documentation the appropriate way. Just because your ancestors are in print in a family book or on the Internet does not make the information true. Be very wary, and always reverify. If people list sources, go to the source and recheck the record.
Research Status: Ongoing
Posted and Updated: 21 December 2009
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Ben Casey, HOG GREASE, COLLARD GREENS AND WHITE WINE: A COLLECTION OF NASH COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WIT AND WISDOM. 1990. BOOK.
Bruce H. Woodard, THE FARM HERITAGE AND HUMOR AND MEMORIES OF GOLD VALLEY. 1997.
John Wesley Bone, A PERSONAL MEMOIR OF THE CIVIL WAR SERVICE OF JOHN WESLEY BONE: A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER FROM NASH COUNTY, NC. 1978. BOOK.
http://www.videoranch.net/timeline.htm [timeline listing conveyances of property in Edgecombe County, NC involving land and streams that will be located in Nash County, NC after 1777]
http://www.nonawilliams.com/names/Braswell/edge%20co%20timeline.htm [Judy Griffin”s 316 page timeline of Braswells in Edgecombe County, NC: 1738 – 1895]
Initially began for the Brantley surname, this interactive MyFamily.com website has expanded to include all Nash county surnames. The site features many old family photos from many different Nash County families. For an invitation to the private site, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Lawrence Chesterfield Bryant, A HISTORY AND GENEALOGICAL RECORD OF THE LAWRENCE BRYANT AND PATTIE SESSION’S FIVE SONS OF NASH COUNTY, NC. 1968. BOOK.
CHAMBLEE/CHAMLEE FAMILY NETWORK
If you would like to subscribe to the Chamblee mailing list, send e-mail to Chamblee-L-Request@Rootsweb.com with the word subscribe in the body of your letter.
Mildred Talbert Petitt, ANCESTERS AND DESCENDANTS OF JAMES DRAKE OF DEVONSHIRE, ENGLAND AND NASH COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. 1963. BOOK.
Judih Garner Hinton, THE HINTONS OF NASH AND JOHNSTON COUNTIES, NC.  – BOOK.
Kellie Hagwood James, SEARCHING THE ROOTS, TRUNK, LIMBS AND TWIGS: A HISTORY OF SOME HOGWOOD ANCESTORS WITH BEGINNINGS IN FRANKLIN, NASH OR WAKE COUNTIES, NC (1994) -BOOK
Ted S. Hopkins, THE STORY OF THE ALSE A. HOPKINS FAMILY OF NASH COUNTY, NC. 1994. BOOK.
If you would like to subscribe to the Morgan mailing list, send e-mail to Morgan-L-Request@Rootsweb.com with the word subscribe in the body of your letter.
A MyFamily.com website for Nash County Murrays, with connections to Batchelor, Brantley, Denton, and Whitley. To request access to the site, please send an e-mail to Georgia Murray at email@example.com.
If you would like to subscribe to the Pridgen mailing list, send e-mail to Pridgen-L-Request@Rootsweb.com with the word subscribe in the body of your letter.
Plummer Alston Jones, Jr., THE PRIDGEN FAMILY OF ST. MARY’S PARISH, OLD EDGECOMBE COUNTY, NC [1998- ] “…with allied families Manning, Batchelor, Bone, Joyner, Cooper, Lindsey, Cockrell, Harper, Lamkin, Smith, Eason, Bass, Rouse, Sugg, Carter, Winstead, Davis, Ren(t)frow, Whitley, Williams, Atkinson, Taylor, Richardson, Rackley, Holland, Wood, Gill, Ralph, Pittman, Bright, Dixon, Dean(s), Tisdale, High, Perry, Kent, Vester, Creekmore, Evans.”
http://catkillers.org/donrix/bkmarr.htm [Ricks Family Marriages in Nash from 1824 to 1867]
[thanks to Jack Sellers for this site reference]
Lawrence Chesterfield Bryant, A HISTORY AND GENEALOGICAL RECORD OF FANNY SILLS AND RELATED FAMILIES OF NASH COUNTY, NC. 1968. BOOK.
If you would like to subscribe to the Strickland mailing list, send e-mail to Strickland-L-Request@Rootsweb.com with the word subscribe in the body of your letter.
Strickland DNA Project. A project to determine kinship based on descendancy from Matthew Strickland, an early Strickland in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, from whom many Nash County Stricklands are descended.
Thomas (Tooker) Tucker (1614 Eng – 1652 VA) DNA Group (TTT)