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SAYRE WOODS BIBLE CHURCH HISTORY, OLD BRIDGE, NJ , My church
MY HUSBAND 'S NORTHERN ANCESTORS;
Welcome to my web pages. The motivation for this web page is to share and discuss the vast amount of information I have amassed on the Sorrells of Madison and Walton Counties, Georgia, Sorrells of the South, Cash and the Francis Wright families of Amherst County, Virginia and on other ancestors of mine.. I also wanted to preserve these records for my children and grandchildren and to make these records easily accessible.
The Francis Wright family, the Whitehead family, the Bohannons, the Skeltons, McAshans, Jolly families and others have been researched since the book was finished. It is not meant to be all inclusive of the descendants I have found. I suggest that you see that book also if you want more details on this or selected other southern Sorrells or Cash lines. The book is out of print, but is in about 75 libraries throughout the country, and possibly available by interlibrary loan.
The main couples and descendants of each Sorrells generation have been linked for you to access them easily from the descendants index, also many of the other families are indexed. Each couple or child has been given a number to facilitate finding him or her. The numbers are sequential and simply counting forward or backwards will lead you to the person with a particular number. This facilitates cross references throughout the text when mentioning that person elsewhere.
Parenthesis with the first names and superior generation numbers of the ancestors from whom he descends are given beside the descendant's name in the biography.
I have put brackets in the text to document the sources I used. This lets the researcher know where he may look for further details. I have worked with diligence, but as always, errors will inevitably surface in a work of family history, which is, by nature, a secondary source. It is always best to look at the original or primary source for the answer when conflicts arise.
Your browser may be used to access any of the pages and the index from the links at the bottom of each page. I enjoy and welcome your comments. A guestbook link has been provided at the top of this page in order for you to contact me. Happy hunting! Just contact me with any questions you have, and I will try to answer them to the best of my knowledge. Also please tell me of any corrections, additional information you have.
Thelma Faye Cain Prince
Compiled from 1978-2009 edited and updated on March 7, 2010 by Thelma F. Prince