Tackwell genealogy

published by Jerome D. and Patricia G. Koetting
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Rio Rancho, New Mexico : J.D. and P.G. Koetting, 1996
i, 57 p. : ill., geneal. table, ports.


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Contents: Early Tackwells : early records in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Illinois -- Descendants of Lewis Tackwell [b. ca. 1801] : families in Caldwell, Crittenden and Livingston Counties of Kentucky -- Descendants of Philip Marion Tackwell [ca. 1832-before 1900] : families in Illinois, Indiana, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Texas -- Descendants of William W. Tackwell [1840-1911] : families in Illinois, Kansas, and Colorado -- Descendants of William M. Tackwell [1861-1911] : family in Illinois -- Descendants of Thomas Tackwell [b. ca. 1845] : family in Illinois -- Other Tackwells : Illinois, Kentucky, and Oklahoma.

"This publication is the result of tracing every Tackwell record we could locate in the belief that eventually a common thread would devolop to tie all the families together. To date no such thread has been forthcoming. Several distinct families have been identified, but the elusive connection leads through Tennessee in the early 1800s where most of our ancestors were born. Unfortunately, Tennessee information of that time period is almost none existant. ... The following chapters trace Tackwell descendants who carry the family name. The children of female members are generally recorded for one or two generations, but not followed to the present. ...

Includes index.

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