Jones--Sams--Scott family Bible records, 1833-1960, and Jones--Scott and allied families records, ca. 1615-1959

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Georgia : Mann Film Laboratories, 1960
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of original ms. records, ms. and typescript collection (ca. 60 p.) in possession of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Scott, Athens, Georgia, 1960.

Contains original records from three Bibles and misc. family notes and records.

Donald Bruce Jones (1833-1892) of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Elizabeth Jane Shields (1838-1915) of Sevier County, Tennessee, were married in 1860. They had nine children, 1862-1883.

Captain Lewis Jones (1615-1684) immigrated to America in 1635 from Wales and England. Record chiefly traces line of descent to Donald Bruce Jones (1792-1853), who was born at Hartford, Connecticut, the son of Samuel Philips Jones (1759-1802). His family moved to Orangeburgh, South Carolina, several years later. He married Mary Elvira Rumph, at Orangeburg. They had eight children. The family migrated to Georgia in 1837. Descendants lived lived in Georgia and elsewhere.

Richard Fuller Sams was born in 1865 at Columbia, South Carolina. Elizabeth Jones Sams was born in 1870 at Macon, Georgia. They were married in 1892. They had seven children, 1898-1913. Includes Sams and Scott grandchildren.


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