Sixth Generation: John B. SURRATT; [SFA-ID# SC 1]
b. c1817, Spartanburg Dist. SC. (per 1810, 1820, 1830 Census) b. c1827, Spartanburg Dist. SC. (per 1850 Census) & [REF:#.002, Pg40] d. 06 Apr 1862, a35y at the Shiloh Church, "Killed in Action", 10th Reg't AR. Inf.) He married twice, first a23y (bfr 1840) in Spartanburg Dist., SC. to the 13 year old Miss Sarah Jane Unknown, 3Ch. b. c1827, Spartanburg Dist., SC. [REF:#.003] b. c1831, Spartanburg Dist., SC. (per 1850 Census) d. 08 May 1857, a26y, St Clair Co., AL. Buried Location Unknown (to me) They had 3 Children born to this Union: At the age of 30y on 08 May 1857, in St Clair Co., AL he married a second time to the 19 year old Miss Mahala "Catherine" CASTLEBERRY, 2Ch. (3rd d/o Wm. Young CASTLEBERRY & Mother: Elizabeth GILLESPIE) (1Gd/o Paul,1 CASTLEBERRY & 1st Wife Agnes CHESNEY of Spartanburg Dist., SC.) b. __ Jan. 1838, Spartanburg Co. SC. d. 01 Apr. 1910, age 72, Holland, Faulkner Co., AR; Buried in the East Shady Grove Cemetery, near Greenbrier in Faulkner Co., AR. She Married 2nd on Oct 3rd 1863 in Conway, Conway Co., AR. to [See 2nd Marriage] John C. NEWBERRY, They had 1 Child born to this 2nd Union: She Married 3rd on Mar 11th 1866 in Conway, Conway Co., AR. to [See 3rd Marriage] Wm. K. WILLIAMS, They had 5 Children born to this 3rd Union:
(2nd s/o John,6 SARRATT & 1st Wife Jane ELLIS) of Spartanburg Dist., SC.
(1Gs/o...John, 2 & Nannie (Morgan) Sarratt; ARW-Loyalist of Spartanburg Dist., SC.
(2Gs/o...SAMUEL, 2 & ELIZABETH SARRATT, of Prince George's Co., MD.
(3Gs/o...SAMUEL,1 & ANNA SARRATT, of Prince George's Co., MD.
(4Gs/o...JOSEPH,1 & KATHERINE SARRATT, of France "The American Progenitor!"
Seventh Generation: 7. Frances Emeline SURRATT, (Only d/o James B.? SURRATT & 2nd Wife Kate M. CASTLEBERRY) b. __ Jun 1862, Conway Co., AR. d. __ ___ 1916, age 54yrs, at Ellenwood, Clayton Co., GA. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) GA. At age 19yrs she married bfr May 1881, Faulkner Co., AR. to Charles Stephen BABKER, (s/o Riley S. BAKER & Mother: Nancy A. GRIFFIN) b. c1856, Unknown Co., TN. d. c1898, age 42yrs, Ellenwood, Clayton Co., GA. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) GA. Theu had 7 Children born to this Union: [per 1900 Census] 7.1 1st Son: James Riley BAKER, b. Feb 1882 GA. 7.2 2nd Son: William O. BAKER, b. Mar 1884 GA. 7.3 3rd Son: Channer C. BAKER, b. Apr 1886 GA. 7.4 4th Son: Jesse F. BAKER, b. Nov 1888 GA. 7.5 1st Dau: Martha L. BAKER, b. Mar 1891 GA. 7.6 5th Son: Charles C. BAKER, b. Feb 1894 GA. 7.7 6th Son: John H. BAKER, b. Aug 1898 GA.
FIRST MARRIAGE: SC. c1840, 1st Wife: Miss Jane ELLIS, 4Ch. [REF:#002, Pg40] Rank Click on Name for More Inf. b.St. b.-d. d.Age Married/Info. Ch. 0. 1st Son: Samuel SURRATT; SC. c1841-1850, AL 9yrs bd Unk., St. Clair Co., AL. 1. 2nd Son: Ervin W. SURRATT; AL. *1847-1912 AR 64yrs m. AR. *1873 Sarah A. SIMS 4 2. 3rd Son: John D. SURRATT; AL. *1850-1924 AR 73yrs m. AR. *1873 1st Berillia W. TUCKER 5 " " " " " m. AR *1883 2nd Belle C. SIMS 10 3. 4th Son: Wm. "Bill" SURRATT AL. c1854-1939 AR 85yrs Never Married! SECOND MARRIAGE: AL. 1857 Miss Catherine M. CASTLEBERRY, 2Ch. [REF:#002, Pg40] 5. 1st Son: Almon H. SURRATT; AL. *1858-1930 AR 72yrs m. AR *1888 Georgia A.S. HALL 3 6. 2nd Son: Samuel S. SURRATT; AL. *1859-1932 OK 73yrs m. AR *1881 Tabitha A. Smith 6 7. Only Dau:* Frances E. SURRATT; AR. *1862-1916 GA 53yrs m. GA *1881 Charles S. BAKER 7 SECOND MARRIAGE: AR. *1863 Widow Kate M. (CASTLEBERRY) SURRATT, & John C. NEWBERRY 1Ch. [REF:#002, Pg41 8. 1st Son: Sanford C. NEWBERRY; AR. *1864-1914 AR 49yrs m. c1895 AR. Mrs. Sarah E. (Unk) PARKER 2 37 Grandchildren!
Chronological Order of Events - John B? SURRATT Born 1817 was a son of John & Jane (ELLIS) SURRATT, of Spartanburg, SC Born 1827 was a son of John & Jane (ELLIS) SURRATT, of Spartanburg, SC per [REF:#.002, Pg40] Census 1820 03 yrs See: Father's 1820 F.G. Spartanburg Dist., SC. Census 1830 a13yrs See: Father's 1830 F.G. Spartanburg Dist., SC. Death 1833 a16yrs Mother: Mrs. Jane (Ellis) SARRATT. died on 11 May 1833, Spartanburg Dist., SC. buried near Mike's Creek on SARRATT Homestead Cemetery Census 1840 a23yrs with 1st Wife Sarah J. See: Father's 1840 F.G. Spartanburg Dist., SC. See Move 1841 a24yrs In [REF:#.003] Reports that this family "John B. SURRATT" and 1st Wife Unknown came to Arkansas, by way of Covered wagon and through Alabama from Spartanburg Co., SC., 1st Son Samuel died. [1841-1850, a9yrs] Birth 1848 a31yrs 2nd Son: Irvin W. SURRATT, was born 05 Jun 1848, in St Clair Co., AL. See Census 1850 a33yrs On 01 April 1850 Census for St. Clair Co., AL.
John B? SARRATT, can be found with family, (1st son Samuel not living)
Note: ages for both John & Sarah A. are not correct...prs
See W&T 1850 a33yrs When his Fathers prepared his W.& T. of 10 April 1850 he calls his son
John I. SARRATT
Birth 1850 a33yrs 3rd Son: John Daniel SURRATT, was born 23 Jun 1850, in St Clair Co., AL. Birth 1854 a37yrs 4th Son: Wm. "Bill" SURRATT, was born in 1854, in St Clair Co., AL.
Headstone says born 1861?
Death 1854 a37yrs Father John,6 SARRATT. died on 13 Sep 1854, a69yrs Spartanburg Dist., SC. buried near Mike's Creek on SARRATT Homestead Cemetery Death 1857 a40yrs In [REF:#.003] Reports that "as per family tradition. 1st Wife died, abt 1857, age 30 in AL. John B. married a second time, to Catherine M. Castleberry (1838-c1910)
Leaving "Orphan Children"
2. Son: Irvin W., a9yrs
3. Son: John D., a7yrs
4. Son: Wm. Billy, a3y
2nd Mar 1857 a40yrs John B. SARRATT, marries 2nd on May 08, 1857 to Miss Catherine "Kate" Mahala CASTLEBERRY. Census 1860 a43yrs John SARRATT, with 2nd Wife Kate (Castleberry) & 5Ch. "Farmer" Record Not Found! C.War 1861 a44yrs John SARRATT, joins Civil War, Co. "E", 10th Ar. Inf.! Death 1862 a44yrs John SARRATT, k.i.a. Apr., 6, 1861 at Shiloh Church, Pittsburg Landing, TN. Birth 1862 After the death of John B.? 1st Dau: Frances E. SARRATT born in June, Conway, Conway Co., AR. Marriage 1863 After the death of 1st Husband John B.? Mrs. Kate (Castleberry) marries 2nd 03 Oct 1863, Conway, Conway Co., AR. Born 1864 1st Son Sanford C. NEWBERRY, born on 7th Oct 1864, Conway, Conway Co., AR. Death 1864 2nd Husband John C. NEWBERY dies from Civil War wounds, Hospt., Little Rock, AR. Marriage 1866 Mrs. Kate (Castleberry) marries 3rd time to Wm. K. WILLIAMS, Conway, Conway Co., AR.
In 1841 John B. SARRATT, and family move to:
St Clair Co., AL., was created 1818 from the larger Shelby Co.. The County Seat is Ashville, AL 35953 & Pell City 35125. It is located in the Northeast part of the State. Bounded by Blount Co. on the Northwest; Etowaw Co. on the Northeast; Calhoun Co. on the East; Talladega Co. on the South East; Shelby Co. on the South West; with Jefferson Co., on the West. (First Census 1820, Probate Judge at Ashville has: Marriage Probate, Land & Estate Rcords from 1800; Clerk. Circuit Court. has divorce & Civil Court records.)
John B. or I. SURRATT,
(2s/o John,6 & 1st Wife Jane (Ellis) SARRATT of Spartanburg Co., SC.
(Gran-Son of John,2 & Nanny (MORGAN) SARRATT, of Spartanburg Co., SC.
can be found with family in:
1850 Census, St Clair Co., AL. M-432, Reel 14
Page F.V. FName MName LName Age Born b. Remarks 127 361 John SURATT 23 1827 SC Farmer (age s/b 33yrs) 1stWife: Sarah J. (Unk) SURATT 19 1831 SC Note: age s/b 23yrs #1. 1stSon: Ervin W. SURATT 02 1848 AL Note: There was another "John" a 1st Cousin John Quinn SURRATT, age 34 and 1st wife Selina (COOPER) SURRATT, with family living in St Clair Co., SC in this same 1850 Census (Pg 292, F.G 102) John Q. SURRATT was a son of Samuel7, & M. Peggy (QUINN) of Spartanburg, SC. A lot of researcher's have these two families confused. prs John Q. & Selina (Cooper) Surratt
(2s/o Samuel,7 & Peggy (QUINN) SARRATT, of Spartanburg Co., SC.
(Gran-Son of John,2 & Nanny (MORGAN) SARRATT, of Spartanburg Co., SC.
with and two Children can be found in the 1850 Census, for St. Clair Co., AL.; They were living next door to father-in-law Zac & Mary (Quinn) Cooper.
See: 1850 Census, Civil Dist. 39, St Clair Co., AL. [M-432, Reel 14 ]
Page F.V. FName MName LName Age Born b. Remarks 145b 102 John Q. SURRATT 36 1814 SC Farmer Wife: Selina SURRATT 38 1812 SC House Wife (COOPER) #1. 1stDau: Margaret SURRATT 05 1845 AL #2. 1stSon: Green B. SURRATT 03 1847 AL
[REF:#90] Pg On 20th April 1850 When his father John,6 SARRATT, prepared his Last Will & Testament (he died some five years later on the 13th of Sep. 1854.)
It is apparent that his youngest son John B. SARRATT, was NOT in good graces with his father, for he left his estate & personal property to be divided equally among his 2nd wife and his children, except John B. SARRATT. He writes..prs
3rd. I will and desire to my son John I. SARRATT (one Negro boy named JORDAN, this boy is all I intend for him to have out of my Estate either Real or Personal.
Marriage SURRATT & CASTLEBERRY
Mr. John B. SURRATT, a40yrs son of Mr. & Mrs. John & Sarah (Ellis) SARRATT, of Spartanburg Co., SC. and
Miss Catherine "Kate" Mahala CASTLEBERRY, a19yrs Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Young & Elizabeth (Gillespie) CASTLEBERRY, of Springfield, Conway Co., AL. married in St Clair Co., Alabama on 08 May 1857.
[Ned M-Bk Nun., Page] per REF:#002, Pg41]
John B? SARRATT, with family Can NOT be found:
1860 Census, St Clair Co., AL. or
1860 Census, Faulkner Co., AR.
Fed. #, Reel# M653-0023 Page: NdRcd
Pg. F.V. FName MName LName Age Born b.Yr. Race Remarks NdRcd John SURRATT 43 SC 1817 W Farmer NdRcd Kate M.(CASTLEBERRY) SURRATT 22 SC 1838 W 2w/o John B., *1857 AL NdRcd Erwin W. SURRATT 12 AL 1848 W m. Sarah A. SIMS, *1873 AR. NdRcd John D. SURRATT 10 AL 1850 W m.1)SIMS, *1873 2)TUCKER *1883 NdRcd Billy SURRATT 6 AL 1854 W Never Married! NdRcd Almon H. SURRATT 2 AL 1858 W m. Georgia A.S. HALL *1888 NdRcd Samuel S. SURRATT 1 AL 1859 W m. Tabitha A. SMITH, *1881
CSA Pvt John SERRATT, (sic) age 34y 10th AR. Inf. Co. E
Was "Killed in Action", (k.i.a.) on 06 Apr. 1862, a35y at the Shiloh Church during the Civil War. [REF:#002] Pg40 and [REF:#003]
Battle of "Shiloh" or "Pittsburg Landing" [Hardin Co.] Tenn.
USA Union, 1,735 Killed, 7,882 Wounded, 3,956 Captured.
CSA Confed. 1,728 Killed, 8,012 Wounded, 959 Captured. [per Matthew Bradly, Civil War, Pg96]
CONFEDERATE ARKANSAS TROOPS
10th Arkansas Infantry Regiment was organized in July, 1861, at Springfield, [Conway Co.] Arkansas. Its members were drawn from the counties of Cleburne, Van Buren, Conway, and Perry.
The regiment moved to Union City, Tennessee, where 150 men died from the effects of measles. Later it was involved in the conflicts at Shiloh [Hardin Co., TN.] and Baton Rouge, [LA] and in October, 1862, contained 249 effectives. Attached to Buford's and Beall's Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, the 10th was part of the garrison that surrendered at Port Hudson on July 9, 1863.
After being exchanged, the men returned to Arkansas and were reorganized as the 10th or Witt's Cavalry Regiment.
The unit skirmished in Arkansas and on May 28, 1865, requested from the Federals terms under which it could surrender.
Its commanders were Colonels T. D. Merrick and A. R. Witt, Lieutenant Colonels S. S. Ford and Luther R. Venable, and Majors C. M. Cargile and Obed. Patty.
Ages of 2nd Wife and Children at Father's death 1862 2nd Wife: Catherine M. (CASTLEBERRY), age 22 b. 1840 SC 2. 2nd (Step-Son) Ervin W., age 14 b. 1848 AL 3. 3rd (Step-Son) John D., age 12 b. 1850 AL 4. 4th (Step-Son) William, age 8 b. 1854 AL 5. 1st Son: Almon H., age 4 b. 1858 AL 6. 2nd Son: Samuel S., age 3 b. 1859 AL
Civil War Shiloh National Cemetery, Hardin Co., TN. John SARRATT, age 45yrs
1817 - 1862
"Killed In Action"
“No soldier who took part in the two day’s engagement at Shiloh ever spoiled for a fight again,” recalled one Union veteran. “We wanted a square, stand-up fight [and] got all we wanted of it.” Besides preserving the site of the bloody April 1862 battle in Tennessee, the park commemorates the subsequent siege, battle, and occupation of the key railroad junction at nearby Corinth, Mississippi. [National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior] [Source: Bloody Shiloh, US NPS.GOV
For more Photos of the Shiloh National Cemetery, See: Photos at WebShots.com ..prs
Possible Record Problem! This family living in Conway, Conway Co., AR. where 1st Dau Frances E. SURRATT, was born in June 1862. (2 months after the death of father!..prs) [See REF:#004]
Marriage NEWBERRY / SURRATT After her 1st husband was killed in action Civil War, the "Widowed" Mrs. Catherine (CASTLEBERRY) SURRATT, age 25yrs married 2nd on 03 Oct. 1863, Conway, Conway Co., AR. to the 25 year Pvt. John C. NEWBERRY (USA);
b. c1838, Unk. (to me)
d. c1864 age 26yrs from wounds Civil War
Buried: Union USA Hospt., Little Rock, Puliski Co. AR.
[USA Co., S, 3rd AR. Cav. Vol.] [REF:#002, Pg52]
they had one son born to this short 2nd Union: [REF:#002, Pg41]
6. 1st Son: Sanford C. NEWBERRY; b. 07 Oct 1864 AR d. 24 Jun 1914 age 50
After the death of her 2nd husband, the Widowed Catherine (CASTLEBERRY) SURRATT, NEWBERRY, at the age of 28 on 11 Mar. 1866, Conway, Conway Co., AR. she married the 25 year old
See Biographical Profile: Wm. K. WILLIAMS for Continuation.
Faulkner Co., AR. was created in 1873, from the larger Pulaski & Conway Co's. The County Seat is Conway, AR. 72032. It is located in the center part of the State. It is Bounded by Van Buren & Cleburne Co's on the North; White & Lenoke Co's on the East; Pulaski Co. on the South; and Conway & Perry Co's on the West.
(First Census 1880, Co. Clerk has m, pro, co ct rec from 1873)
8. Sanford Calvin NEWBERRY, (Only s/o Mrs. Kate M. (CASTLEBERRY) SURRATT & John C. NEWBERRY) b. 07 Oct 1864, old Conway Co., now Faulkner Co., AR. d. 24 Jun 1914, age 49yrs, Faulkner Co., AR. Buried: East Shady Grove Cemetery, nr Greenbriar, AR. [per REF:#002] (No Marker, Faulkner Co., AR.) He married twice, first at age 31yrs he married 1st in 1891, East Fork Twp., Faulkner Co., AR. to 20 year old Mrs. Sarah E. (Unk) PARKER, (Widow/Div of Mr. PARKER) b. __ Mar 1875, Faulkner Co., AR. d. bfr 1901, age 26yrs, Faulkner Co., AR. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) AR. They had 1 Child born to this 1st Union: He married 2nd age 37yrs bfr 1901, Faulkner Co., AR. to Mrs. Elizabeth "Betty" (Hampton) DeBERRY, (d/o Mrs. Sarah (Unk) HAMPTON) (Wid/Div of Mr. DeBERRY) b. c1870, Unknown Co., MS. d. Unknown Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) AR. They had 3Children born to this 2nd Union: After the death of her 2nd Husband Betty (Hampton) DeBERRY, WILLIAMS married 3rd tome age 41yrs, after 1911, Faulkner Co., AR. to (as his 2nd Wife) George J. WOOLEY, b. c1864, Unknown Co., AR. d. Unknown, Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) AR. No Issue to this 3rd Union: FIRST MARRIAGE: c1891, Mrs. Sarah E. (Unk) PARKER, 1Ch. 8.1 1st Dau: Manilla NEWBERRY, b. May 1891, Faulkner Co., AR. 8.2 StepSon: Jesse PARKER, b. Feb 1894, Faulkner Co., AR. SECOND MARRIAGE: c1901, Betty HAMPTON, 3Ch. 8.3 1st Dau: Hester NEWBERRY, b. ___ 1901, Faulkner Co., AR. 8.4 1st Son: Marvin C. NEWBERRY, b. ___ 1903, Faulkner Co., AR. 8.5 2nd Dau: Catherine E. NEWBERRY, b. ___ 1909, Faulkner Co., AR. 8.6 StepDau: Tommy DeBERRY, b. ___ 1896, Faulkner Co., AR. THIRD MARRIAGE: c1911 George T. WOOLEY, 0Ch. 8.7 StepSon: Oscar S. WOOLEY, b. ___ 1909, Faulkner Co., AR. 8.8 StepDau: Mildred WOOLEY, b. ___ 1911, Faulkner Co., AR.
Possible Record Problem! 1. Frances E. SERRATT was Never mentioned in the [REF:#002] Book on any Page!
2. She would have been age 8yrs old in the 1870 Census was NOT found with her Mother
Clayton Co., GA. was formed 1858, from the larger Fayette & Henry Co.'s. The County Seat is Jonesboro, GA. 30236. It is located in the Northwest part of the State; Bounded by Fulton Co., on the Northwest; De Kalb Co., on the Northeast; Henry Co., on the East; Spalding Co. on the South; and Coweta Co. on the West.
(First Census 1860; Pro Court has b., m., d., & Pro. rec.; Clerk Sup. Court has Div. rec from 1946 & Civil Court rec from 1964, with Land rec from 1859.)
Frances E. (SURRATT) BAKER can be found with Family!
1900 Census Ellenwood Precinct , Clayton Co., AR
Dated: 29 Jun 1900,
Fed. #, Reel# T623-0188 E.D.10 Page:022b F.Visit: 408
Pg. F.V. FName MName LName Age Born b.Mt b.Yr. Remarks Ellenwood Precinct -  Dated: 29 Jun 1900, -  SFA-ID# SC 1.7 022b 408 Frances E. (SURRATT) BAKER 38 AR Jun 1862 H/H Rent, Wid/o Charles S. 7Ch./7Liv 022b 408 James Riley BAKER 18 GA Feb 1882 Son 1st, Farm Laborer 022b 408 William O. BAKER 16 GA Mar 1884 Son 2nd, At School 022b 408 Charner C. BAKER 14 GA Apr 1886 Son 3rd, At School 022b 408 Jesse F. BAKER 12 GA Nov 1888 Son 4th, At School 022b 408 Martha L. BAKER 9 GA Mar 1891 Dau Only, At Home 022b 408 Charles C. BAKER 6 GA Feb 1894 Son 5th, At Home 022b 408 John H. BAKER 2 GA Aug 1898 Son 6th, At Home 022b 408 Nancy A. (GRIFFIN) BAKER 76 GA Mar 1824 M-I-L Wid, 5Ch. 2Liv 022b 408 Jeremiah GOLDEN 87 SC Nov 1813 Boarder m.15yrs No Occup. 022b 408 Nancy J. (Unknown) GOLDEN 58 AR Unk 1842 w/o Jermiah, 1885 1Ch/1Liv
Possible Record Problem! In [REF:#002, Pg41] they did NOT have any marriage's or Children for Sanford C. NEWBERRY?
|Source & Reference Notes!||[REF:001]||Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.||
The Sarratt / Sarrett / Surratt Family 1980 Profiles! (SFA)©
|[REF:#002]||Dr. Chester C. Kennedy||
"Catherine (CASTLEBERRY) SURRATT, NEWBERRY, WILLIAMS"
and some of her descendants and some of her Antecedents.
By Dr. Chester C. Kennedy, privately published 1994 415 W. 4th St., Konawa, OK 74849
Contact: The Kennedy Libaray of Konawa, Inc.
600 W. South St., Konawa, OK. 74849 (Phone 405-925-3662) Distributed by: Oldbuck Press, Inc. Ed. 1994
P.O. 1623, Conway, AR. 72033
(50N 336-8184) (ISBN 1-56869-094-0)
See: See: Catherine Castleberry, Library FHL Catalog
|[REF:003]||Mrs. Franki (Hastings) Surratt||
JunkRat1@aol.com (Not Active Address..prs)
E-Mail to this writer on Feb. 25, 1996
Mrs. Franki Surratt, of Copple (Dallas Co.) TX. writes:
"Reports from that this family "John B. SURRATT" and 1st Wife Unknown came to Arkansas, by way of Covered wagon and through Alabama from Spartanburg Co., SC., 1st Son Samuel died." as per family tradition. 1st Wife died, abt 1857, age 30 in AL. John B. married a second time, to Catherine M. Castleberry (1838-C1910) John B. died in the Civil War with the 10th Ark., Regt. (Confederate) 1862, age 35.
See: 1st E-Mail: Feb 26, 1996 10:44am
See: 2nd E-Mail: Feb 26, 1996 08:20pm
See: 3rd E-Mail: Aug 31, 1999 01:39pm
See: 4th E-Mail: Sep 01, 1999 06:47pm
See: 5th E-Mail: Oct __, 1999
Francis Emiline (Surrett) BAKER
To: Bobi Mize, BobiM@aol.com
To: Dave Baker, email@example.com
See: 1st E-Mail: Dec 27, 1999 06:04pm
See: 2nd E-Mail: Dec 28, 1999 09:25pm
See: 3rd E-Mail: Dec 28, 1999 09:34pm
See: 4th E-Mail: Jan 15, 2000 08:28am
Frances Emeline SURRETT, Clayton Co., GA.
See: 1st E-Mail: Jun 25, 1999 07:15am
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The SFA "Work-Books" were compiled by "States" listing the various families, born, married, died, and a history of that family branch. In 1996 I started "Up-Loading" this material on the Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Families of America (SFA)© site. ..prs