Jackson, AL/GA/NC before 1850, possibly Quakers via PA, Ireland, Lancashire, and Yorkshire (Y line is I1d1.P109+)
Handley, GA/NC/SC before 1800, possibly Irish or Ulster Scot
Odom, NC before 1800, possibly Ulster Scot
Robertson, NC before 1800, Scot
Cox, AL before 1850, NC/SC before 1800
Jennings, GA before 1850, SC/VA before 1800
Hudson, AR mid 1800s, VA 1650-1820
Jordon, AL mid 1800s (mt line is J1b*)
Fields, AL early 1800s
Coker, GA/SC/NC 1700-1800
Hubbard, GA early 1800s
Huffman/Hoffman/Hoofman, AR/KY/IT(PA) 1830-1750, possibly German
Miller, MO/KY/IT(PA)/Germany 1700-1840
Also, Scott, Webster, Mitchell, Chancey, Hendrick, Thomas, Hill, Arnold, Jenkins, Nichols, Dickerson, Smith, Richardson, Thornton, Martin, Woolsey, Arrington, Helton, Gardner, Wesner, Crismon, Phillips, and Williams.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
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Hi Don, sorry for delay, have just been sorting my spam folder out and found your email there for some reason. My Handleys are from Osbournby (Lincs) or around the Sleaford, Lincs area and start with Rebecca Handley marrying into my Brothwell family in 1758. I can then go back 3 further generations to John Handley (circa 1670s). Any connection?