Heather, it's best to look in the county that the couple was married, if you know it. I hve BAILEYs in Itawamba County, MS and found their marriage annoted in records from Itawamba. Also, Ancestry.com has marriages and such -- and you can look by state. Hope this helps.
I don't have a lot of information yet but here is what I have. My grandfather was Clarence John Russell. He was born about 1908 in Indiana. His father was Charles Russell who was married to Effie Newton. I believe Charles was born in Indiana but moved to Texas - somewhere in the neighborhood of College Station probably around 1915 or a little later. Their children were Charles (who died at a young age by drowning), Clarence, Ruth, Flossie and Dorothy.
What are the names of your great great grandparents? I'm trying to find my great grandfather's parents and siblings. Thanks for the comment!
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What can change for the better your story,
This will be a milestone in his life, Jesus says that great and his blessing.
Do not be anxious your heart, rest in God
has a lot of patience and I promise, do not worry
Do not be fooled by adverse circumstances.
when we think that it is difficult to the Lord Jesus comes
To put your hand.
He specializes in doing great things
In favor of whom put his trust.
Do not give up says: I am winner.
have a nice day.
At present you do not have a logo for the Ferguson Group. What I was saying is that if you wish to use it I have a picture of the Ferguson tartan, and if you do then let me know and I will put it somewhere for you to get it and use.
I don't know much about my Camp line or Tucker line. Cassie Tucker Millsaps was the wife of Jonathan Millsaps...my g.g.g. grandparents...though I'm not 100% sure that Cassie was my g.g. grandmother's mother. Her age in one of the censuses puts her kinda young to have had the older children and still kinda young in my opinion to have my g.g. grandmother. I lucked up and found a copy of the Pabst/Pobst/Bobst/Pope book by Jennings Bland Pope by searching on-line and it was at a rare and used book store in Vermont.
And forgot...I also have a tie in with the Pabst surname...my line came into the colonies in 1732 from current-day Germany. The surname, Pabst, went through various spelling from Pabst, Bobst, Pobst and finally Pope around the mid 1800s. Jennings Bland Pope of Texas was instrumental in having this line searched in the 1970s and published a book on the line.
Heather, saw your post that mentioned a Tow. I am out of a Tow/Towe line that came out of NC and settled in Georgia. I am also the moderator of a Tow/Towe/Tower group on FamiltyTreeDNA.com that is trying to match through DNA to determine if the various Tow/Towe lines that seem to have sprang out of NC have any sort of relationship.