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Research your White families, no matter the spelling variant. Post your questions or findings in teh group discussion forum. See the group topic that lists the known variants of the White Surname.See More
"Our Hodges families are certainly elusive! My earliest location is Pittsylvania County. My Beverly Hodges married Mary R. White. By 1850, they are in LaRue County, Kentucky -- then on to Independence County, Arkansas by 1860."
"Right now, I have 3 separate Smith families in my heritage. One family from Union County, South Carolina (married into my Jones family) moved to Gibson County, Tennessee, then to Independence County, Arkansas. A second family married…"
"My Jones family moved from Union County, South Carolina (1850) to Gibson County, Tennessee. By 1860, my Joneses were in Independence County, Arkansas. Glad to find other researchers working on this wonderful family!!"
This is a group devoted to Jones Genealogy. If you are doing Jones Genealogy, you have no doubt recognized some of the challenges associated with doing research on such a common surname like Jones. We are here to help!