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Melba's Southern Families

By Melba Goff Allen


All Southern families are familiar with Magnolia's, their dark green foliage and the beautiful blossoms. Two Southern States, Mississippi and Louisiana claim the beautiful flower as their state flower.

"Magnolia's" are the theme graphics for the pages. They were specially designed for Melba's Southern Familes by Cheri's graphics.

Hello, glad you stopped by.

If you are searching for Southern Roots then this is the site.
Visit the main Index page on Melba's Southern Families to see families name listed and the family history.

Melba's Southern Families"


SEARCH ENGINE
Can't find the name? Then use the search engine at the bottom of this page. Every name is no longer indexed.



There are and were so many wonderful families in the South. It's difficult to try and decide which family takes priority over the other too research and work. "IF YOU" have your Family History typed out and ready to edit, I will try and place it on Southern Families. I do not have the time to type Family Histories for the many who request their families be included on Southern Families. Help me to help you, the researcher.

Family History Books

The Felder Family
Simon Cumbest and Allied Families
Goff and Allied Families
Wiliam May and Descendants


Revolutionary Soldier
Of Duplin & Sampson Co. NC


ALLEN'S

Are you an ALLEN descendant? I would appreciate your help on early Allen Families from Virginia and North Carolina, especially "WILLS" you will be given credit for your donation and you will be helping others to find their ancestors.

There are to many Allen families to list on this main page. For the Allen families go to the Index page, where there are many families listed.Allen Index page

This is an old cemetery!
John Allen Cemetery in Hinds Co. MS.

John Allen of GA. & Bibb Co. AL.
Charles Allen 1730 VA
Allen Marriages of Alabama
Allen Marriage of Mississippi
Allen Immigrants to VA

This is not an Allen family but is very important to the Allen researcher. This is the will ofElizabeth Walker, of New Kent Co. VA. mother of Elizabeth and Sarah Walker who married two Allen men.
Robert Allen VA. Spouse of Elizabeth Walker


Other Mississippi Links:

Amite Co. MS.
Chickasaw Co. MS.
Clarke Co. MS.
Covington Co. MS.
Forrest Co. MS.
Greene Co. MS.
Harrison Co. MS.
Holmes Co. MS.
Jackson Co. MS.
Jasper Co. MS.
Lamar Co. MS.
Stone Co. MS.
Perry Co. MS.

Other Marriages in Southern States
Sheffield Marriages
Barker Marriages in AR.
Carter Marriages in MS.
Edward Marriages in NC.
McLendon Marriages in MS.
McLendon Marriages in AR.
McLendon Marriages in TX.
McLendon Marriages in TN.

ALABAMA

Jackson Co. Alabama Marriages
Mobile Co. AL. Marriages A thru H
Wilcox Co. AL Marriages
1824 Mobile Register Excerpts
Cemeteries of Mobile and Washington Co. Alabama
By Lisa McKinney of Mobile, AL.
Palestine Cemetery Wilmer, AL
Alabama Military Sites (all wars)
Revolutionary Soldiers who lived in Alabama
Alabama 29 Infantry


DEATH RECORDS, INCLUDES MANY STATES.
If you use the search engine, type in Death record and no name

Address and Price of Vital Records in MS Vital Records for "All States"


Updated and Added More Family Bible Records
BIBLE RECORDS

Early Birth and Baptismal Records

Sheffield Families

A lot of research went into the Sheffield families and collectral lines the later part of 1999. Sheffield


If you have Southern Families that you would like to see on these web pages email me with details.

ALDERMAN, ALLEN, ARMSTRONG BALL, BANKS, BARBOUR, BARKER, BARLOW, BARIA, BATSON, BELL, BILBO, BLAND, BLANTON, BOND, BRAY, BROOM, BRYANT, BOUNDS, BURLESON, BUSH, BURTON, BYRD, CARPENTER, CARTER, CHANDLER, COLEMAN, COMBE' CONE CONWAY COUCH, COULTER, COMBEST/CUMBEST, COPELAND CONERLY, CUNNINGHAM, DANIEL, DAVIDSON, DAVIS, DEAN, DENMARK, DICKENS, DICKERSON, DIGBY, DRAKE, DUNCAN, DUNN, EDWARDS, ELKINS, ELY, EUBANKS, EVERETTE, FAGGARD, FAIRLEY, FAIRCHILD, FELDER, FLETCHER, FOREHAND, FOSTER, FRANCK, FULLER, GOFF GRANTHAM, GRAY, GRAHAM, GRANBERRY, GREEN, GUICE, HALL, HARRISON, HENDERSON, HENESSEY HIGHT, HUDSON, JOHNSON, JONES, KIBBY, KING, KELLY, KENNEDY, KIRKLAND, LAMB, LANDRUM, LANE, LEE, LIEBLONG, LOTT, LYONS, MATHEWS, MATHIS, MAY, McLENDON, McRAE, MCVEAY, MENGERSDORFF, MILLER, MILLSAPS, MINGE,
MIZELLE, MOODY, MOORE, MOUNGER, NELSON, NEWTON, PARKER, PEARCE PENDARVIS, PIERCE, PIGOTT, PILLEY, POOL, RAINEY, RAWLS, REEVES, RESTER, RICE, ROBERTS, ROBINSON, ROGERS, ROUSE, RYAN, SANDELL, SCREWS, SCROGGINS, SEAMAN, SHEFFIELD, SHINE, SIBLEY, SMITH, SMYRL, STANSBURY, STONE, STUBBLEFIELD SUTTLE, SUTTON, TANNER, TAYLOR, THACKER, THIGPEN, THOMSON, TOWNSEND, TRAVIS, TUTEN, VAUGHAN, VICE WALKER, WALLACE, WARD, WARE, WARREN, WATTS, WELLS, WEEKS, WHITTINGTON, WILLIAMS, WILSON, WOODSON,

Other Research Sources

Final Rolls of Tribes
LDS Online
MS.Gen.WEB
GenForum
Ancestry Research
Family Treemaker
GenConnect Rootsweb
Archive Search Engine
Land Patent Records
Census Online for "ALL" States.
1624 Jamestown Census
Immigration and Naturalization Records
"MAPS" of Country, Cites and Towns
MS COUNTY FORMATIONS
"GENEALOGY" Many homepages for researchers.
Links2go

Military Sites and Cemetery

Beauvoir Confederate Cemetery:

MS. State Home Pages, "Great Page"
Chancery Clerks of MS
Circuit Clerks of MS.


LIBRARIES

MS Public Library System/Director with email address
University of South Mississippi
Collection of Southern History
The Genealogy Home Page
Libraries Serving "Genealogist"
Library Of Congress
Archive Search Engine

Genealogical Societies

South Mississippi Genealogical Society is now online. Check them out for a lot of good information!MGS

All names are not indexed, use the search engine to find a lost relative. Use the back button to come back to Melba's Southern Families Index page


Thank you for your visit! Since I put the counter on in Dec. of 1997, there has been so many visit until my counter could not keep up and jammed. It jammed for the second time on 64,000 visits. I had to re-start from -0-. It is a popular site and I appreciate your visit and hope you found a relative on Southern Families. Melba