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Ramage family of Laurens County, South Carolina

Martis Donald Ramage

Ramage family of Laurens County, South Carolina

by Martis Donald Ramage

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Published by M.D. Ramage in [Nettleton, Miss.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ramage family.,
  • Ramage, John, b. ca. 1720 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Martis D. Ramage Jr., Ruth Ramage McElhaney.
    ContributionsMcElhaney, Ruth Ramage, 1924-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.R174 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p. :
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL820879M
    LC Control Number95073059
    OCLC/WorldCa35050332

    He died in in Laurens County, South Carolina and was buried in in Duncan Creek, Laurens County, South Carolina. He was known as the "Father" of SC-AL-GA branch of Adairs in America. He was a soldier & commissary of the Little River Regiment, Company D, in American Army in War of Revolution at age of 70 with Col. Levi Casey. Full text of "The Hutchinson family of Laurens County, South Carolina, and descendants" See other formats.

    Full text of "Waterloo, a history of the Anderson family of old Laurens District of South Carolina." See other formats. State of South Carolina, i County of Laurens. \ By virtue of an Act of the General Assembly of South Carolina, providing, the County Board of Com missioners for Laurens County, State aforesaid, hereby fix the following license fees to be paid by hawkers and peddlers doing business in said county for the year A. D. , to wit.

    The Ramage Family History Collection consist of a history of the Ramage Family of Laurens, South Carolina compiled by Martis Donald Ramage, Jr. () in titled, Our Ramage Family. The Ramage History covers the decedents of Joseph Ramage (ca) and includes photographs, family trees, family stories, information on other Ramages. The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) , Septem , Image 2, brought to you by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC, and the National Digital.


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Ramage family of Laurens County, South Carolina by Martis Donald Ramage Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The Ramage family of Laurens County, South Carolina. [Martis Donald Ramage; Ruth Ramage McElhaney] -- John Ramage, his wife, Jean Adair, daughter of Joseph Adair, and their children, migrated to South Carolina, probably from Pennsylvania, in the mid s and settled in Laurens County.

John is. The County was named for Henry Laurens, the fifth president of the Continental Congress. The County is located in the northwest location of the state. Laurens County, South Carolina Record Dates.

Known Beginning Dates for Major County Records. Statewide registration for births and deaths began in General compliance by County Courthouse. The Ramage family of Laurens County, South Carolina [Ramage, Martis Ramage family of Laurens County on *FREE* shipping Ramage family of Laurens County qualifying offers.

The Ramage family of Laurens County, South CarolinaAuthor: Martis Donald Ramage. Get this from a library. Collection of photographs from the Ramage family of Laurens County, South Carolina. [Martis Donald Ramage] -- John Ramage moved from Pennsylvania to Laurens County, South Carolina during the mids.

In he received a Royal Grant of acres near Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church. His wife was Jean. Joseph Ramage, a captain in the Revolutionary War, was born in Pennsylvania, in the mid s and migrated to South Carolina at a young age.

He and his wife, Elizabeth Sheppard, had ten children, after The family lived in the eastern section of Laurens County, South Carolina. Laurens County was established in as part of the Ninety Six District.

It was named for Revolutionary War leader Henry Laurens (). Settlers were Scotch-Irish and English immigrants who came in the early eighteenth century. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The Ramage family of Laurens County, South Carolina by Martis Donald Ramage; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Family; People: John Ramage (b. ), Ramage family. Title: The Ramage Family of Laurens County, South Carolina: Author: by Martis D. Ramage, Jr. Publisher: Private Publication: Date: 21 August Type: Book.

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Ramage edition, in EnglishPages: He is the son of John Ramage, Sr. of Laurens County, South Carolina and Lucy Henderson. John Ramage, Jr., married Rosanna Kilgore in Newberry, South Carolina. Rosanna Kilgore was born October 1,and was 16 years younger than "Colonel John" John Ramage, Jr., moved his family to Florida after and owned a plantation near present day Spouse: Rosanna (Kilgore) Ramage.

Confederate pension roll and record,(Laurens County (South Carolina). Clerk of Court) Family History Library Enrollment book of Confederate veterans, early 's. (Laurens County (South Carolina). Clerk of Court) Family History Library. Laurens County Estate Book A-1, p.Appraise the Goods and Chattels of Morgin Layson dead (total not given) by John Owens, Alexander Adair, John Dillard.

Estate, from: South Carolina Magazine of Ancestorial Research, Holcomb, Brent, ed. Columbia Vol. XI No. 1, Winter,p. Laurens County Estate Book A-1, p.

Just over the boundary in Newberry County, and very near Liberty Hill, which our grandfather, James Major Dillard, would own 50 years later, lived the family of John Ramage and Leah Jean Adair. Laurens James and their daughter, Mary, would soon set up housekeeping.

In September ofLaurens James enlists in the South Carolina State Troops. Name index to marriage records from the state of South Carolina. Microfilm copies of these records are available at the Family History Library and Family History Centers.

Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records. A few records may be earlier or later. South Carolina Deaths, Is this your ancestor. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Joseph Ramage born Clinton, Laurens, South Carolina died Laurens, South Carolina, USA including ancestors + descendants + 1 genealogist comments + DNA connections + more in the free family tree : Elizabeth (Bourland) Ramage.

from South Carolina another source says he died in Newberry, South Carolina. Noted for his honesty and integrity. "Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas," F.A.

Battey and Co.,pages 95 and Jane Ramage, born in 17 87, married Colvin Bonds. Pettypool, a Laurens County, South Carolina Family Family history site for a Laurens County Pool family, descending from Seth Petty Pool Biography of Leonidas Conaro Prather Who's Who in Finance, Banking and Insurance, (Source: Google Books) Ramage Surname DNA.

Deed Book M. - State of South Carolina, Laurens District - Whereas James Adair, Senr, of this District departed this life in the month of August and at the time of his death was possessed of a personal estate, consisting of negroes, horses, cows, hogs, sheep, waggon, household and kitchen furniture, corn, fodder.

cotton and. Family of Joseph Fowler b. in Wake County North Carolina and moved to South Carolina in Laurens County.

He may have married in Laurens County and had his family there. I am looking for the birth of a son born inI think in Laurens County. Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery (AKA: Old Rock Church Cemetery) Location: Golden Acres Road, Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina USA Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church, also known as Old Rock Church, is a historic Presbyterian Church located near Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina.

It was built in and is a simple rectangular building constructed of irregular Added to NRHP: Novem census - Laurens County, South Carolina - 2 males under 16; 2 males over 16; 2 females.

James Ramage (son of John and Jean (Adair) Ramage) ca born South Carolina. no date: married Lucy _____. ca son John born Laurens County, South Carolina. moved to Livingston County, Kentucky with brothers Josiah and _____.DUNCAN CREEK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

This cemetery is located 5 miles east of Clinton near Newberry line in Laurens County, South Carolina. This church was organized in photo: Gerald McCrary click on any of the small thumbnails throughout this page for a full size view.