WGS_Bulletin_1968_Vol_2_No_2

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The oldest grave in Wilkes County, NC is said to be Ann Sutherland, b. 1720 and d. in 1784, who is buried near a list of others in a Ferguson, NC Cemetery. The history of the John Thomas St. Clair Family from Scotland, born around 1722. The history of the John Nichols, Sr. family from…

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The oldest grave in Wilkes County, NC is said to be Ann Sutherland, b. 1720 and d. in 1784, who is buried near a list of others in a Ferguson, NC Cemetery.
The history of the John Thomas St. Clair Family from Scotland, born around 1722.
The history of the John Nichols, Sr. family from Wilkes County, NC.
A brief article and picture of Mr. M. F. Bumgarner of Millers Creek, NC who recently donated all of the issues of the Journal-Patriot Newspaper since 1932 to Wilkes Community College.
A brief article and picture of Mr. M. F. Bumgarner of Millers Creek, NC who donated all of the issues of the Journal-Patriot Newspaper since 1932 to Wilkes Community College.
The Bible Record of the Bauguess Family, beginning in the late 1700s.
The Bible record of Micajah and Rachel Jones Pennington and some of their descendents, beginning in mid 1700s.
The Bible record of Edward and Martha Flanary Pennington, beginning in 1700s.
Plans for the 1968 Daniel Boone Wagon Train have been made.
A brief history of Judge Daniel Adams, a Wilkes Co., NC native, from a Johnson County Missouri History in 1881.
A history of the John Darnell family, dating from the 1700s.
The continued history of the Perkins family, dating in the 1700s.