How we got this family data
Links to some sites that were useful while researching these families--
- Listening to relatives over the years
- Using research previously gathered by various relatives (especially by my sister and also by a very distant cousin)
- On-line retrieval of census data and other vital records.
mainly from ancestry.com, rootsweb.com, and various USGenWeb sites
- On-line retrieval of family information from other researchers
Many thanks to all the people who provided data.
We are still looking for the Missing Pieces.
/book_01.html (last visited 6/2020)
On-line copy of the 1977 book Murray County Heritage
/~kaye/mtzion.htm (last visited 6/2020)
Listing of graves in Mt. Zion Cemetery (Murray County, Georgia)
/~dobson/ (last visited 6/2020)
Site provides all sorts of on-line documents that reference any Duncan.
Note: Links will open in a new tab or window.
Caveat: Just being on the web or even in government documents doesn't always mean it true.
For example, almost all documents as well as the gravestone for Charles Winfred Leonard indicate he was born in 1911. Yet 4-month old Winford Leonard, son of Lum and Annie Leonard, is on the 1910 census.
REFERENCES (work in progress)