Hughes trav[e]lers from Bertie to Haywood County, Tennessee

by V. Jean Hughes
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
[Senatobia, Mississippi] : V.J. Hughes, c1997
2 v. : geneal. tables, maps, ports.


Includes partial indexes.

This book is a treasure hunt that covers nine states and two countries. There are more than 1000 persons included and contains the documentation for each along with extensive genealogical research. An index and addendum are at the beginning of volume one in front of the family group sheets. A special surname section is included with additional sources at the end. Mrs. Hughes is descended from Sir Thomas Gerrard and Susannah Snow, and a relative of President Lorenzo Snow.

Chiefly a record of some of the ancestors of Jessie (Bill) Ephren Hughes, Jr. He was born 26 Feb 1935 in Halls, Tennessee. He married Jean Wagner 10 Jul 1965 in Kansas City, Kansas. He died 18 Nov 1993 in Memphis, Tennessee. Jean was born 8 Mar 1940 in Kansas City, Kansas. They are the parents of three children. Ancestors were from North Carolina and Tennessee. Also includes extended families of ancestors.

Ancestors include: Jessie Ephren Hughes, Sr. (1907-1951) and Elberta Cathey (b. 1918) -- Robert (Ed) Edward Cathey (1868-1939) and (Emma) Lou Burse (1889-1962) -- McCoy (Coy) Burse (d. ca. 1992) [sic] and Jane (d. ca. 1891) -- Thomas (Tom) Benton Hughes (b. ca. 1843-1911) and Lula Bell Crowder (b. ca. 1873-1956) -- George H. Hughs (b. 1813) and Hannah Dawson (b. ca. 1811-ca. 1912) -- Hillary/Hillery Hughes/ Hughs (ca. 1775-1875) and Mary (Polly) (b. ca. 1780) -- George Hughes (ca. 1735-1810) and Ann (b. ca. 1739).

Surnames also spelled Hughs.

Includes Cathey, Hughes, Pollard, Robertson, Wagner, Keith and related families.

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