Today I received a copy of The Supplement to Wilkes County Papers (1773-1889) by Robert Scott Davis (2000) as part of my search for more information on one of my Revolutionary ancestors John D. Webb (1705-1781) of Virginia and Wilkes County, Georgia. So far in the book I’ve located his son’s name on a list of the 140… Continue reading A Revolutionary Ancestor and the Battle of Kettle Creek
For those who may be searching for ancestors of the Baltimore family, you have probably discovered an excellent resource, one I only just discovered today. Having on my shelf a copy of Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers 1607–1635, I immediately checked to see which of the Calverts were listed. Two of the male line were there:… Continue reading Anne Wolseley Calvert of Maryland
Appalachian Cornbread Recipe My attempt to locate online an unsweet cornbread recipe exactly like the one my mother and her mother made has failed but if you follow the above link to a wonderful blog about Appalachia and family you’ll find an approximation of it (I’ll give ours, below). The photo favors my mom’s cornbread,… Continue reading Is There a Claiborne Link to My Family’s Love of Cornbread?