The following family tree books were published by individuals. They contain complete family trees as well as notes on some individuals in the trees.
Book Name: Broken Branches, Descendants of John Hammons of Robeson County, North Carolina
Author: Helen Hammonds Skipper
Publication Date: 1999
Publisher: Helen Hammonds Skipper
Type: Family Tree (NGS Quarterly Report format) with extensive notes
This is an extensive family tree for the descendants of John Hammons of Robeson County, NC. The book features the following names plus many others: Aughtry, Bowen, Brazell, Campbell, Carter, Coleman, Cook, Courtney, Davis, Dennis, Dial, Ford, Haman, Hammond, Howell, Jackson, Martin, McLeod, Medlin, Mooneyham, Revels, Simpson, Smith, Steele, Strickland, Williams and Wilson.
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Book Name: The Trek of the Jackson's
Author: Jeanette Courtney Henderson
Publication Date: 1998
Publisher: Jeanette Courtney Henderson
Type: Family Tree (NGS Quarterly Report format) with extensive notes, copies of legal documents and photos
Bind: Soft Cover
This is an extensive family tree for the descendants of John Hammons and Cornelius Jackson of Robeson County, NC. The Jackson descendants migrated to Covington County, AL before 1830. The book contains wills, extensive land transaction records and maps. The tree features the following names plus many others: Boothe, Brown, Bowen, Carroll, Cooper, Courtney, Flowers, George, Grimes, Hammonds, Harrison, Howard, Jackson, Jones, Jordan, Langley, Mislendine, Mosely, Odom, Peters, Scroggins, Simmons, Smith, Steele, Stricklin, West, Walker, Williams and Wyman.
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