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A History of Savannah and South Georgia

A HISTORY OF SAVANNAH

AND

SOUTH GEORGIA

BY WILLIAM HARDEN

VOLUME I and II

ILLUSTRATED

1913

This 1168 page book includes a new 30 page index, and 629 pages of biographies.

CHAPTER I FOUNDING OF SAVANNAH

ORIGIN OF NAME-SAVANNAH TOWN FOUNDED-FORETHOUGHT OF OGLETHORPE-HIS PRISON REFORM RECORD-ORIGIN OF SAVANNAH.

CHAPTER II COMING OF THE OGLETHORPE COLONY

SAILING AND LANDING OF THE COLONY-MESSAGE AND ASSISTANCE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA-OGLETHORPE'S REASONS FOR SELECTING SITEHUTCHINSON'S ISLAND

CHAPTER III FOUNDING IN DETAIL

THE GOOD SOUTH CAROLINA FRIENDS-STAUNCH COL. WILLIAM BULL--MOORE'S DESCRIPTION OF SAVANNAH-PROGRESS OF THE INFANT TOWN AND COLONY-SAVANNAH'S ORIGINAL SITE-THE GRANTEES .

CHAPTER IV OGLETHORPE AND THE INDIANS.

INDIAN STATUS WHEN THE COLONY CAME-FIRST CONFERENCE WITH NATIVES-TRUSTEES' GREETINGS TO THE LOWER CREEKS-DECLARATION OF LOWER CREEK NATION-EVIDENCES OF MUTUAL REGARD-THE GOOD CHIEF TOMO-CHI-CHI

CHAPTER V THE JEWISH ELEMENT

ATTITUDE TOWARD HEBREW COLONISTS-THRIFTY, INDUSTRIOUS AND HONEST PEOPLE-RECORD BY JEWISH DESCENDANT-JEWISH CONGREGATIONS AND SYNAGOGUES-HEBREW BURIAL GROUNDS-EARLY VINE-YARD OF A PORTUGUESE JEW-BOTH PROGRESSIVE AND PATRIOTIC

CHAPTER VI SALZBURG AND SILK

ACCESSION OF SALZBURG (GERMAN PROTESTANT) COLONISTS-ENCOURAGING THE SILK INDUSTRY-THE FILATURE BUILDINGS-DRAWBACKS IN- SURMOUNTABLE

CHAPTER VII ORIGINAL SAVANNAH DESCRIBED

FEEDING AND HOUSING OF FIRST COLONISTS-FATHER OGLETHORPEGORDON'S FIRST TOWN PLAT-PIONEER POINTS OF INTEREST-NAMESOF FIRST STREETS-THE TRUSTEES' GARDEN

CHAPTER VIII RELIGIOUS, MORAL AND INDUSTRIAL

PIONEER CHURCHES-OGLETHORPE RETURNS TO ENGLAND-UNPOPULARCOLONIAL DEPUTY-INTOXICATED WITH POWER AND PRIDE-ANTI-RUMAND ANTI-SLAVE LAWS-THE TRUSTEES AGAINST SLAVERY-WHITEFIELD IN FAVOR OF SLAVERY

CHAPTER IX JOHN AND CHARLES WESLEY

JOHN WESLEY AND His LABORS-ABUSE OF WESLEY-NEW "SECRETARYOF THE TRUST;-WESLEY AND SOPHIA (HOPKINS) WILLIAMSON-MR.WESLEYS STATEMENT OF THE TROUBLE-THE TRUSTEES TREAT THEMATTER LIGHTLY-CHARLES WESLEY DEPARTS FOR ENGLAND-WHITEFIELD SUCCEEDS JOHN WESLEY

CHAPTER X DARK COLONIAL CHAPTER

OGLETHORPS ADMINISTRATION APPROVED BY ENGLISH TRUSTEES-FORTIFYING GEORGIA'S SOUTHERN FRONTIER-PROMOTED TO" GENERAL"OGLETHORPE-CAUSTONS FINANCES GO WRONG OGLETHORPE'S SELF-SACRIFICE-THE FALL OF CAUSTON

CHAPTER XII LAST OF OGLETHORPE ADMINISTRATION

FINAL REPULSE OF THE SPANIARDS-GEORGIA DIVIDED INTO TWO COUNTIES-FIRST MEETING OF SAVANNAH COUNTY BOARD-OGLETHORPE'SLAST OFFICIAL APPEARANCE-CHANGES IN LAND TENURES-WILLIAMSTEPHENS, COLONIAL PRESIDENT-BEAULIEU (BEWILE) FOUNDED BYSTEPHENS THE CREEK-BOSOMWORTH IMBROGLIO-RENEWED FRIEND-SHIP ALMOST SEVERED-FINANCIAL SETTLEMENT OF TROUBLE-OGLETHORPE'S LAST DAYS IN GEORGIA

CHAPTER XIII EARLY CIVIL GOVERNMENT

HENRY PARKER, COLONIAL PRESIDENT-THE FIRST COLONIAL ASSEMBLYTHE MILITIA-EARLY MEASURES TO ESTABLISH THE COLONY-PATRICKGRAHAM SUCCEEDS PRESIDENT PARKER

CHAPTER XIV CIVIL, RELIGIOUS AND ROYAL

GOVERNOR JOHN REYNOLDS (1754)-CHANGES UNDER NEW GOVERNMENT-GOVERNOR REYNOLDS ARRIVES-GUBERNATORIAL PROCLAMATION-COLLAPSE OF COUNCIL HOUSE-NEW COUNCIL HOUSE-NOTES FROM ANEARLY "PLAN OF SAVANNAH"-REYNOLDS' ADMINISTRATION DISAPPOINTING-HENRY ELLIS SUCCEEDS REYNOLDS-JAMES WRIGHT FOLLOWS ELLIS-PROVINCE DIVIDED INTO PARISHES-SECOND SAVANNAHCHURCH (CHRIST CHURCH PARISH) -INDEPENDENT PRESBYTERIANCHURCH-LUTHERAN CHURCH ORGANIZED-GEORGE III SUCCEEDSGEORGE II-PUBLIC CEREMONIES PROCLAIMING NEW SOVEREIGN.

CHAPTER XV GEORGIA'S LAST ROYAL GOVERNOR

WRIGHT'S GOOD TRAITS-RISING DISCONTENT AGAINST ROYALTY-PROS-PEROUS CONDITION OF COLONY-SUNBURY-SPIRIT OF SEDITION INGEORGIA-GOVERNOR WRIGHT'S DILEMMA-REPEAL OF THE STAMP ACTACKNOWLEDGED-FRANKLIN, GEORGIA'S BRITISH AGENT-RENEWEDPROTESTS AGAINST BRITISH ACTS-HOUSE RESENTS WRIGHT'S INTERFERENCE

CHAPTER XVI PROGRESS TOWARD INDEPENDENCE

COUNCIL AND HOUSE DIFFER-GOVERNOR WRIGHT DISSOLVES ASSEMBLYTHE STATE OF THE PROVINCE (1773)-THE FORTS-SAVANNAH PUTSUP A LIBERTY TREE, JUNE 2, 1775-GOVERNOR WRIGHT FORBIDS PUBLIC MEETING-MEETING HELD-THE "LIBERTY BOYS "-DISSENT TORESOLUTIONS OF AUGUST 10, 1774- "LIBERTY BOYS" 'WORRY ROYALCOUNCIL-STEPS LEADING TO GEORGIA'S INDEPENDENCE

CHAPTER XVII EVENTS PRECEDING THE REVOLUTION

"LIBERTY BOYS" RAID POWDER MAGAZINE-MEETINGS OF PROTESTINGCITIZENS -ADDRESS OF PROVINCIAL CONGRESS-GEORGIA RECEIVED INTOTHE UNION-UNPLEASANT FOR ROYALISTS-CONTINENTAL BATTALIONFOR GEORGIA-ON THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTION

CHAPTER XVIII COMMENCEMENT OF ACTUAL WAR

GOVERNOR WRIGHT'S ARREST AND ESCAPE-GEORGIA'S TEMPORARY CONSTITUTION-CONFLICT BETWEEN ROYAL TROOPS AND MILITIA-EXPORTATION OF RICE STOPPED-ROYALISTS ATTEMPT TO CAPTURE RICEBOATS-ONLY TWO VESSELS ESCAPE TO SEA-COUNCIL OF SAFETYTAKES HEROIC MEASURES-CONGRESS THANKS COLONIAL MILITIA-WRIGHT GOES TO ENGLAND AND RETURNS TO SAVANNAH-JOHN GRAHAM AND THUNDERBOLT-SAVANNAH'S FIRST "FOURTH OF JULY"

CHAPTER XIX SAVANNAH HELD BY BRITISH

CAPTURE OF SAVANNAH BY BRITISH-DISPOSITION OF AMERICAN FORCESTHE BRITISH ENTER SAVANNAH-PROCLAMATION OF ROYALISTS-COMINGOF THE FRENCH FLEET-D 'ESTAING. DEMANDS SURRENDER OFSAVANNAH-BRITISH DEFENCE OF SAVANNAH-COMBINED FRENCH-AMERICAN ADVANCE-ALLIED FORCES BOMBARD SAVANNAH-HUMANITYAND OBSTINACY-DISASTER TO THE ALLIES-COUNT PULASKI'SDEATH WOUND-THE SIEGE FROM A BRITISH STANDPOINT

CHAPTER XX SAVANNAH AGAIN AMERICAN

ROYAL CIVIL GOVERNMENT FEEBLE-AFFAIRS MANAGED BY WRIGHT ANDCOUNCIL-AUGUSTA SURRENDERED TO THE AMERICANS-ROYAL CAUSEGETTING DARK-WRIGHT'S PITIABLE MENTAL CONDITION-AMERICANTROOPS AT GATES OF SAVANNAH-WAYNE'S TERMS FOR BRITISHEVACUATION-NATHANIEL GREENE AND His SERVICES-CONFISCATEDBRITISH ESTATES-" MULBERRY GROVE" MADE OVER TO GREENE-ANTHONY WAYNE AND His SERVICES-GREENE VISITS "MULBERRYGROVE"-DEATH AND FUNERAL OF GENERAL GREENE-WAYNE'SGEORGIA RESIDENCE ALSO SHORT

CHAPTER XXI AS A CHARTERED CORPORATION

REGULAR MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION-SAMUEL ELBERT AND JONATHANBRYAN-OLDEST ARTILLERY COMPANY IN GEORGIA-WASHINGTON'SVISIT TO SAVANNAH-WASHINGTON'S ACCOUNT OF His SOUTHERNTOUR-MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT CONTINUED-DISASTROUS FIRE OFl796-CHATHAM ACADEMY-THE GEORGIA HUSSARS-THE OLD Ex-CHANGE-MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1797-1802-VISIT OF AARON BURR-TERRIFIC STORM OF 1804 PREPARATIONS FOR THE WAR OF 1812.

CHAPTER XXII THE WAR OF 1812

FORT WAYNE-LOCAL MILITIA READY TO ACT-STRENGTHENING THE FORTWAYNE WORKS-CELEBRATING. THE WARRINGTON AND PORTER NAVALVICTORIES-VIGOROUS PREPARATIONS FOR RESISTING BRITISH ATTACK-THE "MARTELLO TOWER' '-CELEBRATING THE BATTLE OF NEWORLEANS-PEACE DECLARED

CHAPTER XXIII DECADE OF NOTED EVENTS

VISIT OF MONROE AND CALHOUN-THE NEW INDEPENDENT CHURCH-THEGREAT FIRE OF 1820-YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC (ALSO 1820)-LOCATINGTHE BURIAL PLACE OF NATHANAEL GREENE-CITY AFFAIRS CONTINUED-DRY CULTURE CONTRACTS-WINFIELD SCOTT AND DAVID PORTER, SAVANNAH'S GUESTS-RECEPTION OF LA FAYETTE-MEMORIALS TO GENERAL GREENE AND COUNT PULASKI-MAYORS AND ALDERMEN, 1821-247-CANAL PROJECT INAUGURATED-FORT PULASKI COMMENCED

CHAPTER XXIV AS A MILITARY POST

LOCATING THE OGLETHORPE BARRACKS (1834)-MILITARY PARADE GROUND-MILITARY HEADQUARTERS OF CONFEDERACY-UNITED STATES TAKES OGLETHORPE BARRACKS-HISTORY OF FIRST GEORGIA VOLUNTEER, CONTINUED-MAYORS AND ALDERMEN, 1826-1834.

CHAPTER XXV CENTRAL RAILROAD OF GEORGIA

SURVEY FROM SAVANNAH TO MACON-MACON DEPOT OPENED FOR BUSI NESS-WILLIAM W. GORDON, FIRST PRESIDENT-FIRST YEAR'S OPERATIONS-CELEBRATING THE COMPLETION TO MACON-CONNECTING SAVANNAH WITH AUGUSTA-OMULGEE AND FLINT RIVER RAILROAD- THE MONROE RAILROAD-STATUS OF RAILROADS IN 1842- MEMORIAL TO W. W. GORDON-THE SAVANNAH HOSPITAL

CHAPTER XXVI THE "PULASKI" DISASTER

NEWSPAPER MENTION OF BOAT-STATEMENTS BY FRANCIS SORREL, AGENT -ADVERTISING THE FATAL TRIP-FIRST NEWS OF DISASTER-POEM ON THE LOST "PULASKI"

CHAPTER XXVII GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

DR. ARNOLD'S ACCOUNT OF ITS ORIGIN-ACT OF INCORPORATION-I. K.TEFFT, MOVING SPIRIT-DR. HARNEY'S FAREWELL-CHARTER MEMBERS-SECURING PERMANENT QUARTERS-FIRST STEAMSHIP TO CROSSATLANTIC-BURNING OF FILATURE BUILDING-BINDING THE CITYTOGETHER

CHAPTER XXVIII CITY AND COUNTY INSTITUTIONS

CITY MARKET HOUSES-FIRST CITY JAIL-COUNTY JAIL IN CONTROL OFCITY-COUNTY JAIL OF 1846-DEATH OF ANDREW JACKSON

CHAPTER XXIX THE MEXICAN WAR

SAVANNAH'S PROMPT RESPONSE- "JASPER GREENS" OFF FOR MEXICOAID FROM THE CITY COUNCIL-PUBLIC FUNERAL OF COLONEL MCINTOSH-THE SEMINOLE WAR OF 1836

CHAPTER XXX CEMETERIES AND MEMORIALS

DRY CULTURE AS HEALTH PRECAUTION-NEW LAUREL GROVE CEMETERYCLOSING THE OLD COLONIAL CEMETERY-QUESTION OF FIRST JEWISHBURIAL PLACE-LAUREL GROVE CEMETERY DEDICATED-THE PULASKIMONUMENT-MONUMENT DELIVERED TO COMMISSIONERS-THE NA-THANAEL GREENE MONUMENT-LOCATING THE REMAINS OF NATHANAELGREENE

CHAPTER XXXI INTERESTING CITY EVENTS

PIONEER THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE (1783)-FIRST REGULAR THEATRE OPENED-THEATRE DESCRIBED-OLD AND PRESENT THEATRE SIMILAR -MACREADY'S IMPRESSIONS-SAVANNAH AND OGEECHEE CANAL--FIRST TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES-PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY-FIRST SURVEY FOR WATER WORKS-CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERS APPOINTED-DESCRIPTION OF WORKS (1854)-SYSTEM IN USE FROM 1854 TO 1892--PRESENT ARTESIAN WELL SYSTEM-LIGHTING OF THE STREETS MAYORS AND ALDERMEN, 1835-1850-PROBABLY FIRST NEWSPAPER EXTRA

CHAPTER XXXII HONORS TO LIVING AND DEAD

HONORS TO DISTINGUISHED DEAD-RECEPTION TO HENRY CLAY-PUBLIC MOURNING FOR ANDREW JACKSON-SHEFTALL-- SHEFTALL, OLD REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER-ARMORY OF CHATHAM ARTILLERY-VISIT OF EX-PRESIDENT POLK-DANIEL WEBSTER, CITY'S GUEST-HONORS TO JOHNC. CALHOUN AND ZACHARY TAYLOR

CHAPTER XXXIII PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND NOTED EVENTS

MAKESHIFT CUSTOM HOUSES-PRESENT BUILDING COMPLETED IN 1850-FORSYTH PARK-ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD SYSTEM-WELCOME TO MILLARD FILLMORE-ANOTHER YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC (1854)-STORM ADDS TERRORS TO EPIDEMIC-RESULTANT SANITARY MEASURES - SAVANNAH BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION - SAVANNAH'S PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM--THE MASSIE POOR SCHOOL FUND-THE MASSIE COMMON SCHOOL,-BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ORGANIZED (1866)

CHAPTER XXXIV SAVANNAH RIVER AND HARBOR

IMPROVEMENT OF SAVANNAH RIVER AND HARBOR-PROPOSAL THAT CITYISSUE BONDS-APPROPRIATION BY CONGRESS-LIGHT HOUSE ERECTED ON BAY STREET-VISIT OF EX-PRESIDENT FILLMORE-PRESIDENT PIERCE INVITED-THACKERAY'S VISIT AND His ACCOUNT OF THE CITY -RESPECT PAID BY THE PUBLIC TO MEMORY OF HENRY CLAY AND GOVERNOR TROUP-ACTION OF COUNCIL IN HONORING PROMINENT CITIZENS

CHAPTER XXXV INCIDENTS PRECEDING CIVIL WAR

CASE OF THE SLAVE YACHT WANDERER-PROSECUTION CONDUCTED, BYDIST. ATTY. JOSEPH GANAHL-QUOTATION FROM ACCOUNT OF HON.H. R. JACKSON-EXCITEMENT PRECEDING SECESSION OF GEORGIA-PROMPT ACTION GOV. J. E. BROWN-OLMSTEAD'S ACCOUNT-SECESSION OF GEORGIA-GOVERNOR BROWN'S FIRM STAND ON SEIZUREOF GUNS BY NEW YORK POLICE-BARTOW'S WARM AND MANLY REPLYTO THE GOVERNOR-HIS DEATH WHILE "ILLUSTRATING GEORGIA"-HONORING BARTOW'S REMAINS-GEN. R. E. LEE IN COMMAND ATSAVANNAH-NON-COMBATANT CITIZENS ARMED FOR DEFENSE OF CITY.

CHAPTER XXX VI LITERATURE, ETC.

SAVANNAH'S LITERARY CIRCLE-SOME MEN OF LETTERS AND THEIR WORK-G. W. J. DE RENNTE AND THE WORMSLOE PUBLICATIONS-OTHERWRITERS-MAYORS AND ALDERMEN CONTINUED

CHAPTER XXXVII SAVANNAH DURING CIVIL WAR

MAYOR PURSE'S REPORT ON THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR-FALL OF FORTPULASKI-HOLDING OF FORT MCALLISTER NECESSARY TO DEFENSE OFSAVANNAH-MAJ. JOHN B. GALLIE KILLED-ADDRESS OF MAYORARNOLD TO CITIZENS-FALL OF FORT MCALLISTER-EVACUATION OFSAVANNAH-SPECIAL ORDER OF GEN. SHERMAN-.RESOLUTIONS OFCOUNCIL SEEKING PROTECTION OF CITIZENS-FAMILIES OF CONFEDERATE OFFICERS REQUIRED TO LEAVE

CHAPTER XXXVIII RECONSTRUCTION

GENEROSITY OF BOSTONIANS AND OTHERS-MAYOR ANDERSON'S REPORTON CONDITION OF CITY AT END OF WAR-BOARD OF EDUCATIONCHARTERED-ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS TAKEN INTO PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM-CHARTER AMENDED TO INCLUDE EDUCATION OF COLORED 466 PEOPLE

CHAPTER XXXIX BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIES

BEGINNING OF COTTON CULTURE IN GEORGIA -- RAP GROWTH OF COTTON BUSINESS IN SAVANNAH-SAVANNAH SECOND COTTON PORT IN THE WORLD-FIGURES SHOWING BUSINESS OF SEVERAL DECADES NAVAL STORES AND IMPORTANT TRADE-SAVANNAH'S BUSINESS RECORD FOR PAST FOUR YEARS-CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY-ITS FIRST PRESIDENT, W. W. GORDON-SAVANNAH'S BANKS-SAVANNAH ANDTHE PANAMA CANAL

CHAPTER XL INTERESTING ITEMS

LIST OF MEMBERS OF COUNCIL CONTINUED-VISIT OF GENERAL GRANT--SAVANNAH'S SESQUI-CENTENNIAL---JASPER MONUMENT-DEATH OF HON. JOHN SCREVEN-SAVANNAH AND THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR -SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD-PUBLIC LIBRARY ESTABLISHED AND CITY HALL BUILT-TELFAIR ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES-RAILROAD TO TYBEE ISLAND

CHAPTER XLI CHURCHES AND ORGANIZED BODIES

CHURCHES OF SAVANNAH-BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES-OTHERORGANIZED BODIES-STREETS AND SQUARES-OGLETHORPE MONUMENT-MIDWAY CHURCH AND MONUMENT TO GENERALS SCREVEN AND STEWART.

CHAPTER XLIII THE MILITARY SPIRIT

FIRST VOLUNTEER REGIMENT--FIELD, STAFF, AND COMPANY OFFICERS TODAY-MASONIC SOCIETIES-OTHER BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES--PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES-NOTABLE SPOTS MARKED BY MEMORIAL TABLETS, ETC.-GEORGIA SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS-GEORGIA SOCIETY SONSOF THE REVOLUTION-SAVANNAH'S NEWSPAPERS

CHAPTER XLIV CITIES OF SOUTH GEORGIA

BRUNSWICK - COLUMBUS - WAYCROSS - BLACKSHEAR - VALDOSTA AND HAHIRA-TOWNS IN BROOKS COUNTY-THOMASVILLE-BAXLEY--SYLVESTER AND ASHBURN-ADEL AND NASHVILLE-STATESBOROUGH--TOWNS IN TOOMBS COUNTY-OTHER TOWNS-CONCLUDING REMARKS

VOLUME II Biographies (629 pages)

Index:

AARON, Abernethy, Abraham, Abrams, Acosta, Adair, Adams, Adgate, Aglionby, Aikins, Albritton, Alderman, Alexander, Alexanders, Allen, Alsobrook, Amatis, Amdreau, Anciaux, Ancker, Anders, Anderson, Andrew, Andrews, Angus, Ansley, Anthony, Apakowtski, Appleton, Appling, Archer, Ard, Arline, Armour, ARMSTRONG, Arnold, Arrington, Arthur, Ash, Ashby, Ashley, Ashmore, Askew, Askue, Atkinson, Attwill, Atwell, Augspourger, Ausley, Austin, Autry, Avant, Aveilhe, Avera, Averheart, Axson, Ayers, Aylesworth, Babcock, Bache, Backley, Bacon, Badger, Bagley, Bailey, Bailie, Baillie, Baillou, Baird, Baker, Bakers, Baldwin, Baldy, Balfour, Balkcom, Balkcon, Ball, Ballantyne, Ballenger, Bambridge, Bancroft, Bandy, Bankes, Banks, Bannigan, Barbour, Barclay, Bard, Barfield, Barlow, Barnard, Barnes, Barnett, Barnum, Barr, Barrett, Barrington, Barron, Barronton, Barrow, Barry, Bartlett, Bartow, Bashford, Bashinski, Basinger, Baskin, Bass, Bates, Battelle, Battey, Battle, Battles, Baxter, Bayard, Beach, Beale, Bealle, Beaman, Beasley, Beatty, Beaty, Beauregard, Beck, Becker, Beckham, Beckman, Beckwith, Bedford, Bedon, Bee, Belcher, Belitha, Bell, Bellamy, Belote, Benedict, Bennefield, Bennett, Bentalou, Benton, Berrien, Berry, BERTIE, Bettles, Bevan, Beverly, Bevin, Bewick, Bilbo, Binney, Birch, Bird, Birdsong, Bishop, Bismuke, Bisset, Bivins, Black, Blackburn, Blagrove, Blair, Blalock, Blanchard, Bland, Blandford, Bliss, Blocker, Bloodworth, Blount, Blun, Blust, Bobo, Bog, Bogan, Bogart, Boggs, Bohan, Boisfeuillet, Boland, Bolton, Bolzius, Bond, Bonner, Bonney, Boon, Boone, Booth, Boring, Bornal, Bosomworth, Bosomworths, Bossu, Bostick, Boston, Bostwick, Boswell, Botham, Bourke, Bourn, Bourne, Bourquin, Bovette, Bowditch, Bowen, Bower, Bowie, Bowling, Bowman, Boyd, Boyett, Boyle, Bozeman, Bozemore, Bracken, Bradford, Bradley, Brady, Brahm, Brailsford, Brandage, Brandon, Brandt, Brannen, Brantley, Brasch, Braswell, Brawner, Braxton, Bray, Brecht, Breen, Bremer, Brewer, Brewster, Brewton, Brice, Brickel, Briggs, Brigham, Brinkley, Brinson, Broach, Brockenbrough, Brocket, Brockett, Brogdon, Brooker, Brooks, BROOKSHANKS, BROUGHTON, Brower, Brown, Browne, Browning, Brownson, Bruce, Brumby, Brunner, Bryan, Bryant, Buchanan, Buckholten, Bugg, Bull, Bullard, Bulloch, Bullock, Bundy, Bunner, Burch, Burden, Burke, Burnett, Burney, Burnham, Burnside, Burr, Burroughs, Burton, Burts, Busby, Bush, Bushy, Bussell, Butler, Butlers, Buxton, Byck, Byington, Bynum, Byrd, Calhoun, Calignon, Callahan, Calloway, Calvert, Cameron, Camfield, Camp, Campbell, Campfield, Camuse, Candler, Cann, Cannon, Canton, Canty, Capers, Carey, Cargill, Carivall, Carlton, Carney, Carolan, Carpenter, Carr, Carroll, Carson, Carter, Carteret, Cartledge, Caruthers, Carwall, Carwell, Casey, Cashwell, Cason, Cass, Castell, Cater, Causey, Causton, Cecil, Chalmers, Chambers, Champion, Chandler, Chaplin, Chapman, Chariton, Charlton, Charters, Chastain, Cheatham, Cheeswright, Chembliss, Chesnutt, Chester, Chestnut, Cheuter, Chiffelle, CHILD, Childs, China, Chisholm, Chitty, Christian, Christie, Christopher, Chutabeeche, Claghorn, Clapp, Clark, Clarke, Clay, Clayton, Clements, Cleveland, Clifford, CLIFTON, Clinard, Clinch, Clinton, Close, Clough, Clounie, Clower, Clusky, Coates, Cobb, Coburn, Cochran, Cocke, Cody, Coffee, Coffman, Cohen, Colding, Cole, COLEMAN, Coles, Collier, Collins, Colquitt, Colson, Colville, Comer, Condon, Cone, Conley, Connell, Connelly, Connerat, Connolly, Connor, Conoley, Conrad, Constantine, Converse, Conway, Cook, Cooke, Cooper, Coowoo, Cope, Coppee, Coram, Corbett, Corbin, Corish, Cornell, Cornish, Cornwallis, Cornwell, Corry, Corson, Costa, Costin, Cotesworth, Cotterell, Cottrell, Coulihan, Council, Counts, Couper, Courson, Courtenay, Courter, Covington, Cowling, Cowper, Cox, Crabtree, Craft, Craig, Crane, Cranford, Craven, Crawford, Creighton, Crisp, Crofts, Croneberger, Cronk, Crosby, Crout, Crowther, Cruger, Crumpler, Crumpton, Crutchfield, Cubbedge, Cullen, Culpepper, Cumbest, Cumming, Cummings, Cunningham, Curlette, Currington, Curry, Curtis, Cusseta, Cuthbert, Cutt, Cuyler, Czar, d 'Estaing, DaCosta, Daffin, Daily, Dale, Dalton, Dampier, Dancy, Daniel, Daniell, Daniels, Darby, Darden, Darling, Darnell, Dasher, Daugherty, Davant, Davenport, Davidson, Davie, Davies, Davis, Dawkin, Day, De Brahm, de Caradeuc, de Caradeue, de Chambis, de Crasto, De Estaing, de Guillaume, De La Motta, de Montmollin, de Noailles, de Pas, De Renne, de Rouvrai, De Russy, de Sauce, de Steding, de Val, De Zespedes, Deakle, Deal, Dean, Dearing, Dearn, DeBrahm, Decatur, Decheneaux, Decker, Deen, Dejean, Dekel, del Monte, Delamotte, Delancey, Delannoy, Delegal, Delgrass, Delk, Dell, Dement, Demere, Demetree, Deming, Dempsey, Denmark, Dennis, Densler, Dent, Depass, Depivea, Derst, Desborough, Desma, Desmond, d'Estaing, Devane, Devany, DeVeaux, Dewey, Dews, Dickinson, Dickson, Digby, Digby,, Dillon, Dixon, D'Leon, D'Lyon, Doar, Dobell, Dobson, Dodd, Dodge, Dodgen, d'Olivero, Dolly, Dooly, Dopson, Dorris, Dorsett, Doster, Douglas, Douglass, Dousing, Dowd, Dowdy, Dowly, Downey, Downs, Dowsey, Doyle, Dozier, Draughton, Drayton, Dreeash, Drew, Dreyer, Drummond, Dryfus, Drysdale, du Begion, Dubois, Dudley, Duff, Duggan, Duggar, Duke, Dukes, Dunbar, Duncan, Dunevan, Dunham, Dunlap, Dunn, Dunning, Dunwody, Dunwoody, DuPre, DuPré, Duren, Dutzmer, Dye, Dyer, Dyson, EARLE, Eastman, Easton, Eaton, Eckels, Eckman, Edmondson, Edwards, Egerton, Egg, Eirick, Elbert, Eldridge, Elholm, Elliott, Ellis, ELTON, Emanuel, Emerson, Entelman, Eppes, Eppinger, Epps, Ernst, Erwin, Essoboa, Estill, Etheridge, Etting, Evans, Eveliegh, Everett, Everhard, Everitt, Ewell, Ewen, Ewing, Exley, Eyler, Eyles, Eyre, Fain, Fairfax, Fairlie, Fall, Fallen, Falligant, Fallingant, Fallowfield, Fanin, Fann, Fannin, Fanshawe, Farie, Faries, Farley, Farmer, Farrar, Farrelly, Farrington, Fatio, Faulkner, Fawcett, Fay, Fee, Feely, Feery, Fell, Fenn, Fennel, Fenton, Fenwick, FENWICKE, Ferguson, Ferre, Ferrell, Ferrill, Few, Field, Fielding, Fields, Figeer, Fillmore, Finch, Finn, Fish, Fisher, Fitzsimmons, Fitzwalter, Flanders, Flannery, Fleeting, Fleming, Fletcher, Flood, Florance, Flowers, Floyd, Flyming, Flynn, Flynt, Foley, Folks, Folliard, Folsom, Fondren, Footman, Forbish, Ford, Foreham, Foreman, Forman, Forsyth, Fosdick, Foster, Fountain, Fowke, Fox, Foy, Francis, Frank, Franklin, Fraser, Frazier, Frederick, Freeman, Freer, Frew, Frink, Fripp, Fry, Fuller, Futch, Fyler, Gaffney, Gage, Gainer, Gaines, Gallatin, Gallie, Galoche, Gamble, Gammage, Ganahl, Gandy, Gapen, Garbutt, Garden, Gardiner, Gardner, Garfield, Garfunkel, Garmany, Garrard, Garth, Gartland, Gassman, Gaston, Gatehouse, Gattman, Gaudry, Gazan, Geary, Geddes, Geise, George, Gerar, Gere, Germain, Gerrin, Gibbes, Gibbons, Gibbs, Gibson, Gignilliat, Gilbert, Gildersleeve, Gildon, Giles, Gill, Gillatee, Gillis, Gilmer, Gilmore, Gilson, Girardeau, Girtman, Glass, Glatigny, Gleason, Glen, 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