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From Coosawhatchie to Liberty : the descendants of Reverend James Smart and Levi Long

compiled by Johnna Josey Davis
Davis, Johnna Josey (Main Author)
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English
Knoxville, Tennessee : Tennessee Valley Pub., c1995
373 p. : port.

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Bibliography: p. 331.

Includes corrections and additions [6 leaves] in back pocket.

Rev. James Smart (1714-ca. 1788) is the first documented member of this family. He is believed to have been born in Prince Edward Co., Va. and died in Beaufort District, S.C. He was the first pastor of the Coosawhatchie Baptist Church later renamed Beeach Branch Baptist Church. He and his wife, Elizabeth Ledbetter had eight children. Son, Nathan Smart and his sister, Chloe and her husband Zachariah Knight possibly with other family members migrated from South Carolina to Georgia in the late 1700s. Includes the family of Levi Long, who first appears in South Carolina land grant records of 1786. He is known to have married twice, and had at least four children by each wife. Descendants live in Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes Darsey, Groover, Knight, Long, Martin, Purcell, Smiley and allied families.

Includes index.

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