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Southern Pioneer's Project Membership Roster

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Southern Pioneer's Project Membership Roster

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Southern Pioneers Members


  • Gerald Jones I am DNA connected to Squire Boone, Daniel Boone's father. My paternal line Jones family had migrated from Delaware and Virginia to middle Tennessee by 1802. I have other ancestors who will fall into this category as well.
  • Andrea Stawski Pack Very much interested in our colonial Ancestors. Our family is of many surnames and living where our ancestors walked.
  • Juliet Adams Wills Interested in ancestors from colonial Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and the Scot-Irish of upcountry South Carolina who migrated down the Old Wagon Road from Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania and their descendants migration westward
  • Mary Richardson Project Coordinator ancestors from Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, to Texas.
  • Allan H Thomas Project Coordinator, Allan is interested in all
  • Paula J Leader - Particularly interested in pioneers who populated the back country by migrating down the Old Wagon Trail.
  • Eric Daly Project Coordinator, Connector. Interested in Southern profiles that migrated from the original colonies over land
  • Liz Shifflett, interested particularly in Mississippi River settlements & migration routes south of my Quaker ancestors who arrived in Pennsylvania and my Virginia ancestors who ventured to the west & further south.
  • David Douglas Leader - Interested in all pioneer lines covered by this project with special interest in southern and westward migration from Virginia post American Revolution.
  • E. Compton, looking at migration into and through southwest Virginia, families that included my ancestors. I also have family in the Carolinas to trace.
  • Kathy Jo (Blake) Bryant Virginia to Anson County, NC, Lowdnes, GA and Alabama.
  • Barry Sweetman family migration from Virginia, Georgia, to Florida.
  • Jeff White Family migration from Philadelphia migrating southward. Others landed in Charleston, settling in SC. Very interested in NC and Virginia Branches.
  • Mel Jones Jones family migrated from England to Virginia, then sough to North Carolina and South Carolina and Georgia. Very interested in these areas.
  • Kelly Holtz Stamper Ancestor is Daniel Boone
  • Emily Kramer Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee areas. Floyd county Kentucky, and Dunngannon Virginia
  • Eloise Smith ancestor is Daniel Boone
  • Ronald McDonald Chew ancestors in Virginia, "JOHN LARKIN CHEW" 1710-1770..
  • Cathy Harmon Geraci both parents' have Southern families 1700's to North Carolina, Kentucky
  • Shannon Sansom family branches,The Choate's, from Maryland; Hulsey's came from S. Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Missouri and Canadian French connections who settled in Ste. Genevieve Missouri (the first settlement west of the Mississippi)
  • DJ (Moore) McIntosh
  • David Hughey - Mathew Cox - ancestor
  • Eric Cagle Interested!
  • Laura (Herndon) Ling, Several lines of my family were pioneers and I would love to know more about how to research them,
  • Roberta Johnson, have been working on numerous Southern lines for years, including Menefee, Norsworthy, and Alford.
  • Brandi Dilling lines from Alabama, the Carolinas and moving into Texas. I am from the Jeffcoat line in South Carolina, verified by some older family members
  • Beverly Dunnavant My mother's family from, or around Tazwell County, Virginia
  • Susan Caldwell Ancestors are primarily German, Scotch/Irish, and or English who migrated in the 1600, 1700's to Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and wilderness that became West Virginia.
  • Jane Morrow ancestors from North Carolina and Virginia
  • Hugh Barnes many ancestors for this project
  • Misty (Land Nicholas from England to Pennsylvania and South Carolina .one member went to new castle Delaware, 1676 where he was high sheriff
  • Cheryl (Stone) Caudill Southern ancestors
  • Leslie (Lowe) Ridgway ancestors were from the Carolinas and Virginia and moved west.
  • Kathryn Morse I've been adding my colonial relatives in Virginia. And many of the grandchildren received land grants to settle Mississippi.
  • Dan Broek I've been working on an ancestor William Tirrell that lived in Boston in 1650, raised a family in Weymouth, MA, but had plantations off the Albemarle sound in Carolina province in the 1670's.
  • Debi (Moseley) Matlock - ancestors migrated from Virginia through the Carolinas, with most ending up in Georgia
  • Sandra Penny Ancestors from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
  • Edna (Niblett) Wood Briggs family started in Plymouth Mass and is first seen in the South 1793 in Camden Co. GA. DNA proven.
  • Kinley, Alvin ancestors settled in the Gaston/Lincoln/Cleveland counties area of North Carolina. Surnames interested in include: Rhyne, Cloninger, Hoyle, Rudisill, Carpenter, Beam, Clark, Shrum, Costner, Pasour, Dellinger, and of course, Kinley/McKinley (for which I'm at a dead end).
  • Dr. Mark Todd paternal lines (Todd and Wilson) and maternal lines (Hardin and Sims) track back to pre-1700s Virginia and the Carolinas. Paternal line then to Alabama and on to Reconstruction Texas; maternal line then to Tennessee and on to Reconstruction Texas. I have a doctorate in Early American Studies, emphasis in political/historical/social contexts for Early American literature
  • Michelle Pierce native Texan. My maternal family has been in Texas prior 1836 and fought in the Independence of Texas. My family is a signer on the Texas Declaration of Independence. I'm in DAR, UDC, DRT and have applied for Colonial Dames and USD of War of 1812. I'm a true Southerner, born and raised by many a generation of Southerners.
  • Lew Griffin researching numerous southern lines since 1976. See Some Families of East Alabama...
  • Jane Caraway Caraway and Carraway ancestors of the southern states.
  • Michelle Saucier My Saucier were family were pioneers of the Ms Gulf Coast coming in 1699, Also Conerly, Graham, Quin families of Central Mississippi
  • David Thomson My Mansker ancestors established a fort at Mansker Station, Tennessee. Several of my other ancestor surnames were also Southern Pioneers.
  • Jenny Capell McAbees are forefathers of my family
  • Katherine (Middleton} Wentzel family immigrated to Maryland, progeny moved to South Carolina and Georgia. Many lived in Edgefield County, South Carolina and were active in its great development-owned plantations and were involved in all manner of church and civic duties.
  • Rhonda Tucker Zimmerman Campbell, Hamilton, Morgan, Early are but a few of my family that migrated to Kentucky.
  • Jones-79200 Researching McSwain (1798-abt1853)
  • Celine Anonymous
  • Steve Ballard Ancestors in Virginia, West Virginia and Kentucky.
  • MaryAnn Thomas My father's Southern roots extend back from his Grandfather who was born in VA/WV. My mother's side is Southern farther back as well.




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