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The Graves family newsletter : official publication of the Graves Family Association for all families of Graves, Greaves, Grave, and other spelling variations everywhere

Serial /Serial with Fiche
Wrentham, Massachusetts : Graves Family Association, c1976-[2002]
[25] v. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports.
Vol. 1 no. 1 (Mar 1976) - [vol. 25 no. 146 (Apr 2002)]


Bimonthly, beginning with February/March issue.

Editor: Kenneth Vance Graves

Continues: The Graves newsletter.

Continued by: Graves family bulletin, which is a free, on-line serial publication. See the Web link below.

Originally written and published by Kenneth Vance Graves. The Graves Family Association took over publication in 1991, with Kenneth Vance Graves as editor, and acting president of the Association.

Publication suspended from 1988-1989. Publication probably ceased under this title with vol. 25 no. 146 (Apr 2002).

The Graves Family Association was founded by Aubrey E. Graves in June 1969,and was incorportated in August 1969 in the State of Tennessee. It became defunct until in 1982, Varney Graves spearheaded forming the Graves Association in Fayetteville, Georgia. This association was restructured and renamed the Graves Family Association in 1986. For membership, a free on-line newsletter subscription, and other information, see their Web site.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Graves (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England, Germany, and Ireland. Some allied families came from England, France, Germany, Norway, Prussia, and Wales. Some focus is on, but not limited to Captain Thomas Graves, who settled in Jamestown, Virginia in 1607. Other immigrant ancestors immigrated to Jamaica and Barbados (West Indies), and to Connecticut, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia in the 1600-1700s. During the 1800s, some moved to British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Ontario (Canada), Australia, Puerto Rico, and to Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, the Indian Territory (later Oklahoma), Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in Alberta and Saskatchewan (Canada), China, England, Germany, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, Switzerland, Thailand, and in Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota, Washington, Washington D.C., West Virginia, Wyoming, and elsewhere.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (16 Nov. 2005)

Each volume includes an every-name index. Vol. 1 also includes a locality index.

Includes DeGreves, DeGrevis, Graf, Graff, Graeve(s), Graives, Grave, Gravely, Gravis, Gravs, Gravse, Greaveas, Greaver, Greaves, Greavy, Greeaves, Greeves, Greives, Greve, Greves, Grievs, Greyue, Greyve, Grieve, Grieves, Grove, Groves, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Anderson, Arnold, Bandy, Bohley, Braley, Brookshire, Clark, Coffee, Coffey, Drouet, Eastick, Eddins, Engelbid, Flecknor, Fonville, Fuller, Fullston, Goodwin, Hagan, Haynes, Herring, Higgenbotham, Hollingsworth, Jefferson, Meats (Meetes), Leibold, Loomis, Nolting, Phillips, Powers, Randle, Rice, Rogers, Russell, Sanford, Shepard, Shevland, Sims, Smith, Thompson, Underhill, Underwood, Vance, Warner, White, Williams, Williamson, Wilson, Wynne, and many other related families.

Library lacks: Vol. 7 nos. 39-40; and vol. 22 nos. 131-132.

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