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Gregg Bonner's
Collection of Family Histories and Narratives
Apperson
(circa 1925)
Letter from Jefferson "Jeff" Davis Tennessee (Apperson) Chaney to her daughter, Olive (Chaney) Yowell includes some description of the origins of their family's Chaney, Apperson, and Jones folks.
Bonner
(circa 1895)
Sarah E. Peck (a great-granddaughter of John Bonner) sets out in narrative form some useful genealogical information. Other related surnames include HICKS, CHAPPELL (CHAPPLE) and others. You can read the document, and figure out how it came to reside at this site by clicking the link in the left column.
Cottle
(1861)
Letters exchanged between John C. Cottle and Narcissa Cassandra (Parker) Cottle during the Civil War.
Echols
[Circa 1850] Milner Echols (a great grandson of John Echols, Mary Cave, Walter Evans, and Betsy Holcomb) sets out in narrative form some useful genealogical information. Other related surnames include FORMBY, WYNNE, and others. You can read the manuscript by clicking the link in the left column.
Knowles/Knoles
[Circa 1887] Nathan Knoles (a great grandson of Edmund "Old Silverhead" Knowles) sets out in narrative form some useful genealogical information. Nathan was in his 93rd year of life when he gave the address. Other surnames of note are MONTGOMERY, MAUCK (MAUK), and others. You can read the manuscript by clicking the link in the left column.
Knowles/Knoles
[1956] Lloyd A. Knowles and Florence Rohner wrote an addenda to the reunion of the Knowles Family of September 24, 1896, which was held near Mounts, Gibson County, Indiana. This document is entitled "Eight Generations of Silverhead Knowles through the Tribe of Asa Knowles to February 1956". You can read the manuscript by clicking the link in the left column.
Last Update: 14 May 2012