Early Settlers of Reddies River – Paperback

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This is a print on demand book through our partner Lulu. Estimated delivery is 15 to 19 business days. Early Settlers of Reddies River By PAUL W. GREGORY Published By Wilkes Genealogical Society Excerpt: Reddies River was a haven for the early settlers. They came early to Reddies River and in great numbers. This writer’s…

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This is a print on demand book through our partner Lulu. Estimated delivery is 15 to 19 business days.

Size: 8.5 x 11

213 pages

Early Settlers of Reddies River
By PAUL W. GREGORY

Published By Wilkes Genealogical Society

Excerpt:

Reddies River was a haven for the early settlers. They came early to Reddies River and in great numbers. This writer’s ancestors — Shepherds, Hammond, and Irwins —– were among them. In order to sort out and to find accurate histories of his ancestors, it was necessary to investigate most of the families on Reddies River. As a result, much information about many families has been accumulated. This book, THE EARLY SETTLERS OF REDDIES RIVER, is an attempt to orderly present massive amounts of information concerning the early settlers of this beautiful land.

 

* This book is a facsimile of the original. The text has been digitally restored and enhanced from first or second-generation editions. Some aesthetic errors may persist; however, it has been deemed that any such errors will not detract from the work’s readability.

 

All proceeds go to the Wilkes Genealogical Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which allows us to fulfill our mission of providing, education, research, and publications related to Wilkes Genealogy.

 

Early Settlers of Reddies River
By PAUL W. GREGORY

Published By Wilkes Genealogical Society

Excerpt:

Reddies River was a haven for the early settlers. They came early to Reddies River and in great numbers. This writer’s ancestors — Shepherds, Hammond, and Irwins —– were among them. In order to sort out and to find accurate histories of his ancestors, it was necessary to investigate most of the families on Reddies River. As a result, much information about many families has been accumulated. This book, THE EARLY SETTLERS OF REDDIES RIVER, is an attempt to orderly present massive amounts of information concerning the early settlers of this beautiful land.

213 pages

* The text has been digitally restored and enhanced from first or second-generation editions. Some aesthetic errors may persist; however, it has been deemed that any such errors will not detract from the work’s readability.

All profit goes to the Wilkes Genealogical Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which allows us to fulfill our mission of providing, education, research, and publications related to Wilkes Genealogy.

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