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Our family research is concentrated in the Southeastern United States. So far, research has shown these families mainly arrive in the colonies from Ireland, Wales, and England.

Family research includes:

Cooksey, South Carolina
Cannon, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia
Howell*, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia
Livingston, South Carolina
Owings/Owens*, South Carolina and Maryland
Cunningham*, South Carolina
Perry, South Carolina and Virginia
Brown*, South Carolina

*Information concerning this line is now on this site. More lines will eventually be added.
Our Family Connections in the South
Updated September 5, 2000


Angela Cooksey Cox

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  • Nancy Cannon (59 KB)
    Nancy Cannon with two Tillotson grandchildren. Location, Spartanburg County, South Carolina around 1910.
  • William Edwin Cooksey (68 KB)
    Pictured taken sometime after the end of the "Civil" war. He lived 1835 - 1895.
  • John Brown House, Liberty Hill SC (39 KB)
    Home built 1835-1842 with hand-hewn timbers mortised with wooden pegs. The brass doorknobs were imported form England. It was in this home that refugees from Charleston and Columbia were cared for during William T. Sherman’s raid through South Carolina. After robbing the Browns of provisions, silver and other valuables, the soldiers went down to the cellar and poured kerosene oil, molasses and feathers together. During Reconstruction, Mr. Brown lost his home, which was sold for taxes. Dr. Bush bought the property and returned it to Mr. Brown.
  • Joseph Cunningham House, Liberty Hill, SC (51 KB)
    At the time of Joseph Cunninham’s death in 1850, he is said to be the richest man in South Carolina, his estate at his death being valued at over one million dollars-all made from the ground, because he was a farmer. He left his South Carolina home to William Curry Cunningham, son of his brother Robert.  The house was sold after the death of John C. Cunningham in 1892 to Governor Richards.
  • Darling Jones House, Fairfield County, SC (35 KB)
    Camden Journal, Nov 15, 1828 - Died in Columbia on the 5th, Darling Jones (a soldier of the revolution) in the 70th year of his age. He was a hospitable and respected citizen of Fairfield District, SC. His home, overlooking the Wateree River, commands one of the county's finest views. Once owned by the Robertson family, now owned by the M.A. Kirklands

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