2 edition of Carolina Shearer-Sherers and others found in the catalog.
Carolina Shearer-Sherers and others
Iva Larou Sherer
|Statement||researched by Bertie Brown Roark, Iva Larou Sherer, David Grier Sherer ; compiled by Iva Larou Sherer ; foreword by Bertie Brown Roark ; editor-advisor, Ben H. Horton.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S538 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||460 p. :|
|Number of Pages||460|
|LC Control Number||77083496|
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Carolina Shearer-Sherers and Others compiled by Iva LaRou Sherer chronicles the family history and genealogy of the family living in York County, South Carolina and surrounding areas.
In addition to Mrs. Sherer, the book was researched by Bertie Brown Roark and David Grier Sherer. The book contains a comprehensive index, photographs, maps, and a few handwritten : Iva LaRou Sherer.
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5/5(2). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Carolina Shearer-Sherers and others at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Carolina Shearer-Sherers and others by Iva Larou Sherer,s.n.] edition, in English - A Bi-centennial : Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and The Winthrop University Manuscript Collection (over collections) contains private papers donated to the Archives by individuals and records from organizations and businesses.
These collections not only document local, regional, and state history, but also transcend South Carolina’s borders to include collections that are of broader historical interest. The book I mentioned is CAROLINA SHEARER-SHERERS AND OTHERS researched by Bertie Brown Roark, Iva Larou Sherer and David Grier Sherer.
A BiCentennial Edition I obtained my copy from Ben H. Horton,Boone, N.C I can provide info on descendants of John if you are interested. The Carolina Shearer-Sherers is one of the books I referred to: Carolina Shearer-Sherers and Others.
Researched by Bertie Brown Roark, Iva Larou Sherer, David Grier Sherer; compiled by Iva Larou Sherer. Boone North Carolina: other Shearer books: The Shearer Family, An Outline on the Family of Christian Sherer Sr.
and His Wife Sarah. Il-PA Page 64 Carolina Shearer-Sherers and Others • It now appears George Dickey born Ap - married Mary Scott that George Dickey died in Huntsville, Alabama, and his will is recorded Tenn. and just there.
He lived in Maury County, Tenn., Franklin Co., moved over to Madison Col, Alabama. Mrs. Anderson of Franklin, Tenn. is a.