ORANGEBURGH FAMILY MIGRATIONS
During the early and mid Nineteenth Century many Orangeburgh area families migrated to Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana and other points west. This list is an attempt to document those migrations and assist family researchers in either connecting their ancestors back to Orangeburgh or accounting for missing branches of their families. Click on a state to see the full list of migrants.
ALABAMA Migrations - Antley, Arant, Bolin, Brown, Carnley, Coleman, Collins, Cooner, Craps, Crum, DeBardeleben, Deramus, Dirr, Dominic, Dubose, Dyches, Enfinger, Fanning, Felder, Friday, Frolich, Gardner, Gartman, Gill, Geaton, Hails, Hamiter, Hartzog, Herlong, Hoffman, Hogan, Holman, Houser, Hutto, Jackson, Jeffcoat, Jones, Kelly, Kersh, Knox, Kyzer, LaGrone, Livingston, McConnico, McCord, McKerley, Mitchell, Moorer, Murph, Myers, Oliver, Oswalt, Patrick, Pou, Purswell, Rast, Rawlinson, Rowe, Ruple, Rush, Salley, Sanford, Seay, Shipes, Sistrunk, Snellgrove, Snider, Spigener, Stabler, Stivender, Stoudenmire, Sturkie, Summer, Tatum, Taylor, Till, Turnipseed, Whetstone, Wolfe, Zeigler, Zorn.
ARKANSAS Migrations - Parler, Snider.
CANADA Migrations - Frolich, Snell.
FLORIDA Migrations - Busby, Crum, Friday, Salley, Tatum.
GEORGIA Migrations - Brumby, Busby, Crum, Fanning, Felder, Frederick, Gartman, Geiger, Holman, Hutto, Kleckley, Linder, Morf, Rambo, Rawl, Rumph, Sistrunk, Slappey, Smith, Smoak, Till, Turnipseed, Varnedoe, Walter, Walters, Yaun, Yawn, Youn, Zeigler.
INDIANA Migrations - Rhodes
LOUISIANA Migrations - Cutrer, herlong, Ruple, Walker.
MISSISSIPPI Migrations - Addison, Anding, Bernhard, Blackledge, Brown, Buzbee, Carter, Chaves, Clayton, Collier, Cooper, Corley, Crum, Danly, Dantzler, Dubard, Felder, Friday, Fulmer, Funchess, Gartman, Gavin, Gleaton, Gressett, Hamiter, Herlong, Hoover, Horger, Kaigler, Kersh, Kuhn, Lightsey, Linder, McMorris, Moore, Myers, Oswalt, Ott, Pou, Ratcliff, Rawls, Riedelsperger, Robinson, Ruple, Russell, Seawright, Sistrunk, Sojourner, Summers, Tatum, Turnipseed, Ulmer, Valentine, Varndoe, Wimberly, Yaun, Yawn, Young, Zeigler.
TEXAS Migrations - Bobo, Bookman, Heaner, Inabinette, Sanford.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: An initial implementation of these pages (and most of the informaton for them) was created by Gene Jeffries and published on this web site about 2002. The pages
were removed from the web site when maintaining and updating the many files proved too onerous. With Gene's consent, we are republishing these files
as an aid to Orangeburgh researchers and are working on streamlining the maintenance and update process.
DISCLAIMER: The family information included in Orangeburgh Family Migrations was complied from a variety of sources, many of which are not documented. These pages have not been checked for accuracy and should not be treated as authoritative documentation on these families. They are provided as a hopefully helpful source of leads to further research into these families.