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Dillard annual : the Dillard Family Association

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English
Dillard, Georgia : Dillard Family Association, c1992-[2001]
[8] v. : ill., facsims., maps.
Vol. 1 (Jan 1992) - [vol. 8 (Jan 2001)]

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Annual.

Editor: John M. Dillard

Publication was suspended in 1994-1995. Publication probably ceased with vol. 8 (Jan 2001).

Published: Greenville, South Carolina; Dillard, Georgia.

Dillard Family Association was formed at the Fiftieth Anniversary Reunion of the descendants of Lt. John Dillard (1755-1842) of Rabun County, Georgia held at Dillard, Georgia on June 9, 1991. The Association includes more family lines than just those of John Dillard of Rabaun County, Georgia; it also includes Dillard lines from Washington County, Tennessee, Laurens County, South Carolina, and the Spottsylvania County, Virginia. The purpose of the Association is to promote and preserve the heritage, culture, and fellowship of all Dillards anywhere. Its headquarters is in Dillard, Rabun County, Georgia. To view digital images of back issues, and for other information, see their Web site.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Dillard families in America who came mainly from England. One immigrant ancestor, George Dillard settled in Virginia in 1650, and established his family in New Kent County (later King & Queen County) in 1691, and in Spottsylvania, Carolina, King William, Halifax and Amherst Counties. Some focus is on (but not limited to) Lt. John Dillard (1755-1842) of Rabun County, Georgia. In the 1700s, Dillard families settled in Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. In 1804, some moved to Oglethorpe County, Georgia, and then to Rabun County, Georgia ca. 1820. During the 1800s, some also moved to Alabama, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, Oregon, and Texas. Towns in Missouri, Oregon, and Georgia have been named for descendants of George Dillard, and the sons of Lt. John Dillard. Later descendants also lived in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, New Mexico, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and elsewhere.

Includes bibliographic references.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (22 Nov. 2005)

Includes Dolerd as a variant spelling.

Also includes Dickerson, Dryman, Elkins, Love, Snow, Wikles, and other related families.

Library lacks: Vol. 3 (Jan 1996).

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