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The Web Pages are listed in alphabetical order according the name of the web page.

Bacon Genealogy

Quest & Biffle Researchers

Gene Cuisine: Fat-Free Genealogy - Gammon and Price

John Barron's Home Page - Barron & Lott Families

John Cain's Home Page

Mary Love's Home Page

Maxfield - 200 Years in Texas
Research of Maxfield, Lybrand, Lang, Bullard, Moon, Allen, Carroll and related families in Van Zandt and Smith County.

Nova Lemon's Home Page - Eastep - Hardegree - Pryor

Sept McDade Clan Davidson

Stevens, Marshall, Mitchell, Washington and other Families by Pat M. Stevens IV

Uncle Joe's Genealogy Page - Dean, Mixon & Payne

Turner Family Papers, 1857-1876

The Cawthon Family Tree by Gloria Cawthon Scott and Nick Scott

The Marilyn Cain Family Home Page

The McCarley Genealogy Station

The Pettigrew's of Texas

The Verner's Migration West

The William and Martha Smith Barron Family of GA, AL and TX
Much of this web site is devoted to the descendants of two of William and Martha's children: Joseph and Smith Barron. Many of their children moved from Georgia and Alabama to Smith Co, Texas in the second half of the 19th century

Vicki Betts Web Page - Early Tyler newspapers - much, much more!

Wagnon - Gamblin Geneology - Barbers of Smith County

Was Arthur Lott of Smith Co., Texas, the Father of Abraham and Absalom Lott?

Welcome to Genealogy Online
Walters and Allied Families (Butlers and Strothers from Smith County)

Woldert-Spence Manor History - A History of the Woldert-Spence Family

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