Sharon White

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My Father's Paternal Line: White, Smith, Grant, Villyard, Hall County GA.
My Father's Maternal Line: Stone, Green, Lynch, Langston(Virginia, Spartanburg SC, Gordon,Pickens,Georgia,).

I am a direct descendant to Joseph Hiram Garfield Smith thru his daughter, Sarah Malinda Smith born 1837 SC. Married James H. White, February 28, 1858, Hall County, Ga. They had one son, Abram White, real name, Abraham Greenberry White, he married Sarah Ann Grant, of Hall County, Georgia on February 20, 1880, Hall County, Georgia. One of Abe's and Sarah's son's was Vester White, he is my paternal grandfather that lived in Hall County, Georgia and migrated with his father & Mother, and siblings to Texas in June of 1900 from Hall County Georgia to Franklin County Texas in a covered wagon.

Contact me if you would like more information on this family, I will be glad to answer any and all questions, you may have. Email: [email protected]

Keep This In Mind Researchers, always check out information before you ever add it to your family tree, you owe that to yourself. I have come across "new" family historians, that did not ever question, but added it anyway, and now they have a "mess".

My Father's Paternal Line: White, Smith, Grant, Villyard, Hall County GA.
My Father's Maternal Line: Stone, Green, Lynch, Langston(Virginia, Spartanburg SC, Gordon,Pickens,Georgia,).

I am a direct descendant to Joseph Hiram Garfield Smith thru his daughter, Sarah Malinda Smith born 1837 SC. Married James H. White, February 28, 1858, Hall County, Ga. They had one son, Abram White, real name, Abraham Greenberry White, he married Sarah Ann Grant, of Hall County, Georgia on February 20, 1880, Hall County, Georgia. One of Abe's and Sarah's son's was Vester White, he is my paternal grandfather that lived in Hall County, Georgia and migrated with his father & Mother, and siblings to Texas in June of 1900 from Hall County Georgia to Franklin County Texas in a covered wagon.

Contact me if you would like more information on this family, I will be glad to answer any and all questions, you may have. Email: [email protected]

Keep This In Mind Researchers, always check out information before you ever add it to your family tree, you owe that to yourself. I have come across "new" family historians, that did not ever question, but added it anyway, and now they have a "mess".

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