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Southern born and southern bred : family group sheets of the Anderson Altman/Aultman, Beatty, Bellote, Blout, Breland/Brealer, Bryant, Carruth, Clark, Cocke, Earnest, Floyd, Franklin, Gulley/Gully, Harris, Hart, Hinnant, Hodges, Hooks, Houston, Johnson, Kirkland, Kittrell, Odom, Osborne, Ousley/Owsley, Perry, Sanders/Saunders, Savell, Slocumb, Steen, Tully, Waller, West, Willis/Willix, Wilson : ancestors of Susan Clark Slaymaker

Dr. Susan Clark Slaymaker (Mrs. Richard M.)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Fiche
English
1990
15 microfiches

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Microfilm of typescript (some computer produced) and printed materials (photocopy) collection.

Contains family group sheets, copies from typescripts and published books, application papers for the Daughters of the American Revolution, etc.

Ancestors and relatives of Dr. Susan Clark Slaymaker. She was born in 1943 at Jackson, Mississippi, the daughter of Woodrow Wilson and Annie Ruth Wilson Clark. She married Richard Keith Slaymaker (b. 1941) in 1971 at Clinton, Mississippi. Woodrow Wilson Clark was born in 1917 in Neshoba County, Mississippi, the son of John Arthur Hendrix Clark (1885-1975) and Ina Elnora Breland Clark (1890-1972). He married Annie Ruth Wilson in 1942 in Neshoba County. They had five children, 1943-1958. Annie Ruth Wilson was born in 1919 at Neshoba, Mississippi, the daughter William Ruby Wilson (1893-1964) and Jennie Eddie Houston Wilson (1894-1982). She died in 1986 at Jackson, Mississippi.

Ancestors include: Joseph Clark (before 1735-1810) of York County, South Carolina; James Franklin Wilson (1850-1921) of Alabama and Yazoo County, Mississippi; Abraham Breler/Breland (ca. 1735-between 1800 & 1810) of Beaufort County, South Carolina; Thomas Houston (d. 1800 or 1801) of Anderson County, South Carolina; William Gulley (1737-1821 or 1822) of Duplin County, North Carolina; William Kirkland (ca. 1760-1838) of Kershaw District, South Carolina, and Autauga County, Alabama; Joshua Dow Waller (ca. 1802-ca. 1849) of Georgia, Louisiana, and Yazoo County, Mississippi; and Aaron Savell (ca. 1772-1832) of Hinds County, Mississippi.

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