|Sheila Morrell (#47622166)|
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|PRMc||RE: McCullough and McCullar Geneology|
Sheila, I wish I had something for you but this McCullough family immigrated to New Hampshire from Bessbrook in Northern Ireland in the 1890's. They did not have a Georgia connection. They are a grand family (my father-in-law's) and if you ever find a New England connection I will be glad to share them with you.
I do know that there is a McCullough family from Georgia that was in the South before the Revolutionary War. I wonder if that might be your connection?
Added by PRMc on Dec 05, 2011 10:56 AM
|Al Williams||RE: Bonds Geneology|
Have you checked the US census records? Also, the Bond/Bonds family spells the name both ways. At Friendship Baptist Church cemetery here in Suwannee County are the graves of Sandford Bonds, 8-22-1847 - 1-12-1912, John S. Bond 1898 - 1933, and Andrew Nelson Bond, 1875 - 1928. Pictures of the headstones are on Findagrave. It is interesting the the Bond/Bonds appear in a marked family plot.
The US census also has John S. Bonds in the 1900 census with the s, and then without the s in 1910.
We do not have a Bond/Bonds family book at the Suwannee Valley Genealogical Society library that I have found yet. If I can be of further help, let me know. I worked with Cecil Nelson Bonds, who was chief deputy with the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office back in the 1960's and early 70's. Cecil is still living, but getting up in age. Cecil's first wife was also buried at Friendship Church.
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