Family Surnames

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  • #37328

    techteach
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    GGM_Robbins:

    You are most definitely related with the information you have shared. Send me a PM with your email. I can connect you with a cousin I will see this coming weekend who can give you more information on the Greens. She will be most interested in your information also. She lives in Colombus, OH, or at least did. I think she is looking to fulltime in her camper.

    I descend from Regnald to his daughter Elizabeth, her daughter Nancy Huston, her son Matthew Huston, his daughter, Elizabeth Sinkey, her daughter, Mary Lovina Potter, her son, Ernest Ralston, my grandmother, my mother, and me.

    Techteach

    #37337

    GGM_Robbins
    Participant

    techteach;38077 wrote: GGM_Robbins:

    You are most definitely related with the information you have shared. Send me a PM with your email. I can connect you with a cousin I will see this coming weekend who can give you more information on the Greens. She will be most interested in your information also. She lives in Colombus, OH, or at least did. I think she is looking to fulltime in her camper.

    I descend from Regnald to his daughter Elizabeth, her daughter Nancy Huston, her son Matthew Huston, his daughter, Elizabeth Sinkey, her daughter, Mary Lovina Potter, her son, Ernest Ralston, my grandmother, my mother, and me.

    Techteach

    I tried to PM you. It says your mailbox is full?

    #37340

    techteach
    Moderator

    Hmm. I only had 2 messages in my box. I deleted them if you want to try again.

    Techteach

    #37352

    asampson41
    Participant

    Hi everyone,

    I am new to this site and I am impressed with all of the information everyone has to share! some of my family surnames include Bennett (my mother was a Bennett, and it is the focus of my research), Brown, Ross, Evans, Tye, Gorby, Sadler. I am looking forward to learning from this site.

    #37353

    MarcSnelling
    Keymaster

    asampson41;38105 wrote: Hi everyone,

    I am new to this site and I am impressed with all of the information everyone has to share! some of my family surnames include Bennett (my mother was a Bennett, and it is the focus of my research), Brown, Ross, Evans, Tye, Gorby, Sadler. I am looking forward to learning from this site.

    Jogdelog! Welcome to SaponiTown.

    Have you seen Ted Collins’ site: About My COLLINS Research including BUNCH, BURNETT, HURST, HUTCHISON, PETTYJOHN, BLACKSTONE, BARLOW etc.

    There are 400+ Bennetts listed there, and also many Brown, Ross, and Evans.

    #37356

    battyboy12
    Participant

    I don’t know if this helps, but my family surnames that have speculated Saponi connections are my Morris line {primarily from Powhatan County, VA} and the Goode line {also primarily from Powhatan county but found in nearby counties as well}. These lines are related through marriage.

    #37532

    KarlT
    Participant

    All paternal side

    Thacker – Branham – Lemay – Dalton – Vaughn –

    And through my YDNA profile, which does not match to Thacker, I am looking for Swift and Sanders that may tie-in to the 1600s to early 1800s Louisa County area. I am aware of the Swift and Sanders of the Regulator who ended-up in Virginia after the Battle of Alamance in 1771. Still nailing-down if my DNA lines tie to individuals of that group.

    #37533

    Tops@1
    Participant

    Surnames : Lynch , Richardson , Silver , Mills , Evans , Coleman , Coley , Lee , Copeland , Caudle – All related in some way 100%, Most listed as Black , White , Mulatto on census records, multiple Native American chiefs through these people but most of them are not recognized by their on people (tribe) anymore because of people deciding not to enroll. NC / VA area , All from Halifax/Warren/Nash counties. Anyone else related to any of these surnames ?

    #37536

    Dreaminghawk
    Moderator

    Tops, welcome to Saponitown. There is info here on all of the surnames that you listed. Use the site search and post on relevent threads to bring them to top and we will add your lines and see what the connections are.

    See my signature for our common surnames.

    #37856

    kimberlyandgirls
    Participant

    Cheryl30523;35647 wrote: Mother’s side: Sosebee, Allen, Goss, Stover, Whitley – the Goss line is where Diaisampi Rampas comes in. I have been a little bummed out that nobody has recognized her name in reference to the Saponi tribe.

    Hello,

    I am a direct descendant of a woman listed on geneology websites as a cherokee indian native. Her name was Diaisampi Rampus Goss after she married Matthew Goss. They were the parents of Matthew William Goss and he was the father of Milligan C. Goss, whose photograph I’ve been looking at all my life on the mantle in my granny and pawpaw’s home. I have attached this photograph.

    I am desperate to help solve this mystery of Diaisampi and where she came from. Hoping to find answers and perhaps a few unknown relatives.

    thanks,

    Kimberly

    #37991

    Mau
    Participant

    My name is Maurice. Here are some of my family surnames with a “P” or “M” next to them. The majority came through VA to the Carolinas and points south and west. I hope to learn more about them here from people who are in the same shoes as myself, i.e. descendants of southeastern peoples.

    Allison (Scotland?-VA to Laurens/Gaffney SC and Cleveland Co/ Rutherford Co NC(P), Bell (VA-NC)(P), Blackwell(Eng-VA-NC)(P), Blanton (Eng-VA-NC)(P), Borders(P), Bridges(?-NC)(P), Causey (?-GA)(M),

    Clarke(P), Cook(P), Cook(M), Crawford(P), Ellis(P), Elmore(P), Eure(P), Fitts(M),

    Fletcher(M), Gaston(P), Gibbons(P), Hall(P), Hamrick(P), Harris (multiple lines VA-NC/SC)(P), Harrison(P),

    Harton (Eng-VA-NC)(P), Holland(P), Humphries(P), Huskey(VA-SC)(P), Jolly/ Jolley (VA-NC/SC)(P), Jones (VA-NC/SC)(P), Jones(M),

    Kasper(P), Kerenesy(P), Logan(Scotland-VA-NC)(P), Lynch(P), Martin (multiple lines)(VA-NC/SC/MS)(P), McCraw (VA-NC)(P), Meres(P), Morris(P),

    Parris(P), Pride(P), Pruyn(P), Quinn (Ireland-VA-NC/SC/GA)(P), Rippy (Ireland-VA-NC)(P), Roberts (Eng-VA-NC-MS)(P), Runyan/ Runyon(P),

    Savidge/ Savage(P), Scott (?-SC)(P), Singletary(?-SC)(P), Stapp(M), Stell(M), Stewart(P), Tate (Barbados-VA-NC/SC)(P),

    Thomas(P), Turner (VA)P), Trimble(P), Ussery (Eng-VA-NC)(P), Von Webber(P), Walton(M), Watkins(P),

    Ward (?-PA-NC)(P), Webber(P), White(P), Wood(P), Wooldridge(P), Wooten(P), Young (?-VA-NC)(P)

    Thanks in advance for any input you may have. I’ll try to edit for more specific locations later. I do have a gedcom up at myheritage.com.

    #38068

    Luan Marks
    Participant

    Hi, Everyone,

    These are some of the surnames for my mother’s family, from multiple lines, most proven, some proposed, in the research I’ve found. Many of them were from Virginia/North Carolina area. Some of them overlap with many of yours. My mom’s family were primarily from the South. We had a tradition that we were Indian, and some of my family look Indian.

    I’ve researched for a number of years now. I’d be happy to share information with you if you are interested. Happy to be on here with you finally.

    Luan

    Adair

    Alexander

    Andrews

    Bailey

    Baker

    Bartlett

    Bentley

    Beverley

    Blalock

    Brewton

    Brookes

    Brown

    Carroll

    Champion

    Chapman

    Cox

    Davis

    Deloney

    Eppes

    Evitt

    Favor

    Garner

    Gatley

    Gill

    Grant

    Greathouse

    Halsey

    Hickerson

    Hicks

    Howard

    Hughes

    Jett

    Jones

    King

    Kittle/Kettle

    Knibb

    Lilly

    Llewelyn

    Lloyd

    Martin

    McBride

    McKnitt

    Mitchell

    Morrison

    Owen

    Pettus

    Potter

    Poythress

    Read

    Renfro

    Richardson

    Rippetoe

    Sharpe

    Simpson

    Sloman

    Thurman

    Triplett

    Vaughn

    Wade

    Wallace

    Walker

    Webb

    Wells

    West

    Westcott

    Williams (4 lines)

    Windley

    Wynne

    #38090

    ErinBross
    Participant

    Hello all. Thank you for allowing me to join this group.

    I am currently helping a close friend research her Bass family line that are out of Sampson Co., NC.

    The earliest confirmed family members we have found are:

    Jenkins BASS born 1800-1802 and died about Jan. 1865 Sampson Co., NC

    Jenkins married a Calen/Colen/Callin DUDLEY about 1820-1822.

    Am finding nothing on who Jenkins parents were/are. Family word of mouth dictates Jenkins BASS is some how related to the Capt. Nathaniel/Nathaniell BASS/BASSE from Jamestown, VA and also to a Native American princess. Sadly over the years the connection from Jenkins to Nathaniel has been lost via oral tradition. DNA testing has yet to be done but money is being saved up for testing to take place.

    If anyone has run across this Jenkins BASS in their lines or research and any other helpful information is greatly appreciated.

    Erin

    erinrebecca2002@yahoo.com

    #38091

    Luan Marks
    Participant

    Hi, Erin,

    That name sounds familiar to me. Are you familiar with James Nickens, the Indian genealogist? He has a page on Facebook and reports there regularly on his research into the mixed-blood families, including the Bass family.

    I hope that helps some.

    Luan

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