Descendants of John Heard, Sr. of Wilkes Co., Ga.
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Descendants of John Heard, Sr. of Wilkes Co., Ga. by Harold Heard

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Published in Amarillo, Tex .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsCS71.H96 1970z
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Pagination19 p.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5320038M
LC Control Number72170477

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Descendants of John Heard, Sr. of Wilkes Co., Ga Harold Heard Not In Library. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Family, Genealogy, Accessible book, Protected DAISY, Census. Places. Page DORSE, STEPHEN. All estate to wife Mary for life for raising the children, to be divided among them at her death, except son William who has received his share. Signed Feb. 3, Probated Mar. 14, Wiley Pope, Archd. Riddle, John Heard, Jr., Test. Page DUGAS, LEWIS, of the town of Washington, Wilkes Co. In Heard moved with his family to Georgia. Because of his service to England during the French and Indian War, Heard obtained a land grant in of acres, some fourteen miles south of the Little River in St. Paul's Parish (a large portion of which would later be designated as Wilkes County).The area north of the river had not yet been secured from the Creek and Cherokee Indians. [WILKES CO., GA] SMALL BOOK OF MIXED RECORDS, WILLS, ADMINISTRATIONS AND DEEDS Folio 13] SUTTON, JAMES and wife Cate to JOHN BRAZZELLE acres on a branch of Falling creek. Nov. 1, [WILKES CO., GA DB EE Pg. 31] NOTE: Elijah Clarke matches the Bracewell DNA Haplotype and is reported to have been born in Edgecombe Co.

Brothers, Stephen, Charles and George Heard, who were born in Ireland in about to , came to America in about They settled in Sadsbury, Pennsylvania. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Georgia and Texas. They settled in Wilkes County, Georgia, near the Grier's. If the Heard's had not approved of Robert, it was now the Grier's’ turn to wonder what he saw in her. Mary was a handful for a wife. She was bossy. She was hot tempered. She wanted money to impress the Heard's. They said Robert was a saint for living with her. He probably was. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Hills of Wilkes County, Georgia, and allied families Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Wilkes County was established by Georgia's first state constitution -- the Constitution of , which became effective Feb. 5, The county seat is the city of Washington.

Genealogy profile for John Heard, Jr. John Heard, Jr. ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for John Heard, Jr. ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of . New! Digital Images of Wilkes County Inventories, Appraisements, Sales, to pages are viewable online of some of the oldest records in Wilkes County. Each page is scanned and easily visible on your computer. Marriages. Marriages from newspapers Maps. Map of Wilkes County, Original Wilkes County. Map of Wilkes. Linucum, Hezekiah - Wilkes Co, State Of Ga. March 1, 3K: May Bob and Linda Ellis Linucum, Miream - Wilkes County, State Of Ga. Octo 3K: May Bob and Linda Ellis Little River Land Survey: Image K: Dec Phil Mcginty: Little River Land Plats: Image K: Dec Phil Mcginty: Little River Plat- Bedell.   Stephen and his brother John and other members of the Heard family to settle on site (one mile from where Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia is today) on the last day of the year and on new year's day they began Cutting down the first trees to build a stockade fort it was called Fort Heard, After a few months Stephen became very sick.