The Piedmont Historical Society
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Piedmont Historical Society site.
The Society is not responsible for the content.
- A Bragg
Line - A report provided by a faithful member of the Piedmont
Historical Society, Dr. Dan Olds, a retired Physics Professor from
- Dawkins-Morgan Line - These records were copied by the librarian of the Mars Hill College. They are from the following collection: Mrs. John Smith Collection, Box 216, Southern Appalachian Archives, Mars Hill College.
- John B.
Easterwood - This is a Family study done by Betty Jean Dill
with the support of the PHS. The Easterwood family was found in
several of the family studies conducted by the PHS.
Connections lists the DNA for the Hooper family. Descendents of
James Hooper (born 1745) are listed on that DNA chart. James Hooper
was a Justice of the Peace in Spartanburg County, South Carolina
around 1790. Furthermore, he was called a Captain (perhaps because of
involvement in the Indian Wars). James Hooper also was the person who
took the 1790 census in that section of Spartanburg County, South
The Barnett Surname DNA Project is a website devoted to tracing
Barnett lineages through the use of DNA testing. Several participants
in the group trace their ancestry to most Southern States including
several tracing their ancestry to the Spartanburg and Greenville areas
Moses West Lancaster
Family - Four Generations Picture for Moses West Lancaster
and Family Group Sheets by Betty Jean Dill
- Family of
Walter Stewart (d. 1825) of NI and Laurens County, SC and his two
wives, Mary Ross (?) and Isabel Bobo. Includes surnames Bobo,
Campbell, Cook, Garrett, Gilliland, Henry, Jones, Norman, Newman,
Stoddard, Templeton, Willis.
Bryant/Matthews/Welch Family Information Center This site contains
links to family tree data and photo galleries for ancestors and
descendants of Anthony Smith Matthews of Gates County, NC; Terrell
Robert Bryant of Spartanburg, SC; and John Harvey Welch of Tennessee
- Follows all the old
Odam / Odom
families in the Greenville and Spartanburg area, and also much more on
the related families.