My family is mostly in Greene County, Missouri with a few in Johnson and Polk Counties (also Missouri). And before that from Kentucky (Calloway County area), Tennessee (Wilson, Sumner, Dekalb Counties), North Carolina…"
"My family is mostly in Greene County with a few in Johnson and Polk Counties. And before that from Kentucky (Calloway County area), Tennessee (Wilson, Sumner, Dekalb Counties), North Carolina (Stokes, Richmond, Wake, Guilford Counties)…"
"My family is mostly in Greene County with a few in Johnson and Polk Counties.
My surnames are Gates, Hagerman, Justice, Coffman, Robinson, Woodward, Climer, Hanor, Archy, Barham.
Some allied families are Rice, Killingsworth, Lackey,…"
We will discuss the migration of our ancestors from the colonial states westward and the various reasons for their moves. Our group is open to any and all who have tracked their ancestors from the east coast westward.
Come research the Briggs, and variant spellings including the Bridge variant, Families. If you have some information about these families, please feel free to start up a topic or join an existing one in the Discussion forum.See More
A large group of Germanic people left the Palatinate in 1708-1710 and migrated throughout the British Empire. The largest group arrived in New York in 1710. This group focuses on their descendants.See More
This site is for ALL Rice family researchers. This particular picture is of James Monroe Clark/ston and his wife, Mary Elizabeth Rice, daughter of Joel Rice and Jemina Setzer.You can add your own rice pictures.See More