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Samuel Kelso/Kelsey, 1720-1796, Scotch-Irish immigrant and Revolutionary patriot of Chester County, South Carolina, his origin, descendants and related families : including newly published information on Mills, Gill, Pagan, Wylie, Morrow, Jones, Sealy, Jaggers, Reeves, Mauldin, Moore, Stevenson, McAlexander and other families : with membership register (1837-1947) and tombstone inscriptions of the Wesley Methodist Chapel, Red Banks, Marshall County, Mississippi

compiled and published by Dr. and Mrs. Mavis Parrott Kelsey, Sr
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Houston, Texas : M.P. Kelsey, c1984
ix, 683 p. : geneal. tables.
1st ed
0961330805

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Additions, corrections and updates are found in the periodical entitled "The Earl of Donegal : the Kelsey (Kelso) family bulletin" which was published: Petaluma, California : Mason Dutton Kelsey, 1984- .

Includes index.

William Kelsey (b.ca.1600) immigrated in 1632 from England to Cambridge, Massachusetts, and moved to Hartford, Connecticut in 1636, later moving to Killingworth, Connecticut. Samuel Kelso (Kelsey) Sr. (1720 -1796) married Susannah Mills and immigrated in 1767 from Ireland to Charleston, South Carolina, and owned land in Craven and York Counties, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives of Samuel lived in South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas and elsewhere. Includes some ancestors in Ireland and Scotland.

Also includes a typed copy of "The/Complete/Church Register Wesley Chapel, Holly Spring D. C. North Mississippi Conference Methodist Episcopal Church South"--P. 588 which covers the years "1837-1947".--P. 585 and "Tombstones of Wesley Chapel cemetery, Redbanks, Marshall County, Mississippi" ... The cemetery adjoining the church site has tombstones for burials from 1851 until 1947 ... [this is] a complete record of those tombstone inscriptions which were remaining in the 1970's ... [The cemetery is located] about eight miles northwest of Holly Springs."--P. 601. "Pearl Kelsey (1879-1947) kept the church registry until the church was dropped from the Conference Roll in 1928. [She] continued to maintain the old church register until she died. She made entries concerning the outcome of members, even after the church was dissolved. ... [consists mainly of] entries on the pastors and the death or disposal of members up until 1946."--P. 587.

Includes Hicklin, Lyle, Adams, Albright, Allen, Anderson, Averett, Bailey, Baker, Barnes, Barnett, Baskin, Beddingfield, Bell, Bergener, Bishop, Bourland, Bowker, Boyd, Bradford, Bradley, Brand, Brasher, Brewer, Brooks, Brown, Bryan, Bull, Burleson, Burnett, Butler, Campbell, Cannon, Carpenter, Carter, Cathern, Chancy, Clark, Cochran, Cole, Coleman, Collins, Conway, Cook, Cooper, Cospelich, Cox, Cramer, Crawford, Crook, Curry, Daugherty, Davidson, Davis, Densman, Doddridge, Doss, Dunlap, Edwards, Egger, Epes, Evans, Everton, Fairey, Farmult, Fayssoux, Fennell, Ferguson, Fitts, Flynt, Ford, Fortune, Franklin, Frederick, Freeman, Fuller, Gaston, Gibbs, Gill, Gladden, Goodin, Gordon, Graham, Greer, Gregory, Guess, Hale, Hamilton, Hanna, Hardy, Harris, Hathaway, Heinzerling, Henderson, Hendrickson, Hightower, Hill, Hollis, Holm, Hopkins, Houston, Howard, Howell, Hughes, Hulsey, Humphries, Hurst, Hyde, Irvine, Jagger, Jaggers, James, Johnson, Jones, Jordan, Kee, Keller, Kelly, Kennedy, King, Kizer, Lanfair, Lesesne, Lewis, Livingston, Livingstone, Loden, Loveless, Lowrey, Mann, Manning, Marion, Marlin, Marshall, Martin, Mason, Mauldin, May, Mays, McClatchy, McClure, McCollough, McCrary, McDonald, McFadden, McKinney, McPhail, Miller, Mills, Mitchell, Mobley, Moody, Moore, Morrell, Naber, Nabor, Neely, Nix, Norman, Odum, Oliver, Osburn, Owens, Pace, Palmer, Parker, Parsons, Pennington, Philbeck, Pierce, Power, Preston, Pyle, Randloph, Reeves, Reid, Richards, Richardson, Rieves, Rives, Roberts, Robinson, Rogers, Ross, Russell, Ryves, Sampson, Samuels, Saye, Sealy, Sharp, Shipley, Simpson, Sims, Singleton, Sitton, Smith, Spain, Stanford, Stephenson, Stevenson, Stone, Strait, Strong, Stroope, Suber, Taylor, Terry, Thomas, Thompson, Thorne, Voce, Walker, Wallace, Waller, Watkins, Watson, Weatherly, Welch, West, Wherry, White, Williams, Wilson, Wofford, Woods, Wright, Wylie, Yates, Young and related families.

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