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Robert Battle's genealogy projects

To contact me about any of these documents, write to:

     g e n e a l o g i s t   @   b a t t l e g e n . c o m

Online documents:

           The career and relationships of Richard de Cornwall

Fackler family files

           American and British descendants of William Spencer of Savannah, Georgia (continuation of the 2002 TAG article below)

             Ancestries of senators , representatives, and other "celebrities"

             Interesting descents of the various "celebrities" on my site (senators and representatives included) and on William Reitwiesner's site

             My own ancestry  (updated 2 June 2013)

           Sir Robert Douglas's The Baronage of Scotland (1798)

Published articles:

       The Wood Connection of William Addis of Gloucester, Massachusetts, and New London, Connecticut, and William Barnes of Salem and Gloucester, Massachusetts.  The American Genealogist, 86 (2012, pub. 2013): 152-156.

       Enigmas #28: Was Millicent, Wife of Andrew Neale, of Boston, a Daughter of William and Sarah (Wilshire) Barnes?  The American Genealogist, 86 (2012, pub. 2013): 54-60.

     Joseph and Margaret (Mackenzie) Avery of England, Scotland, South Carolina, and Georgia: With a Royal Descent for Margaret (Mackenzie) Avery.  The American Genealogist, 84 (2010): 52-64.

     The English Origin of Elizabeth (Boughey) Harris of Roxbury and Brookline, Massachusetts. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 159 (2005): 327-332.

     Ancestors and Descendants of William Spencer, Immigrant to Georgia in 1742. The American Genealogist, 77 (2002): 81-93 and 196-207.

     English Ancestry of Anne (Derehaugh) Stratton of Salem, Massachusetts. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 155 (2001): 367-390 and 156 (2002): 39-61.

     An Addition to 'The Godbold Ancestry of Fishers and Fiskes of Early New England.' The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 154 (2000): 495-496.


(started 7 Aug 2008)