Cenotaph: Genealogy of Joseph T. Fleming

Cenotaph: Genealogy of Joseph T Fleming

Due to the increasing size of my Fleming family genealogy,
I regrettably no longer have space to post information on my other family lines.


Index

Acknowledgments
Cemetery Survey
Fleming Genealogy
Index by Surnames
Maggie’s Room Recently updated!
Will’s Room Recently updated!
Pulaski Volunteers

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Introduction &
Overview

Paternal Line

Awork in progress, these pages include some of the genealogical information I have compiled on my family:

My primary line of research, the Fleming family of Pitt County, North Carolina, and Pulaski County, Georgia.

Absalom HartAlso, the Hart family of Warren County, Georgia ... 

... and my Strozier lineage from Peter Strozier, of Westphalia, Germany to Wilkes and then Meriwether counties in Georgia (allied families include Callaway and Jones among others).

Descendants of Andrew Hampton ... principally in the line of his great-great granddaughter, Laura Clementine Hampton, wife of Cpt. John Adrian Davis of Albany, Georgia.

History of The
Pulaski Volunteers

Company G, 8th Georgia
Regiment Infantry, C.S.A.

David Green Fleming, my great-great grandfather, served in the 8th Georgia Regiment’s Company G, The Pulaski Volunteers, from its inception early in 1861 to the close of the Civil War.

He was at both battles at Manassas and at Lee’s surrender at Appomattox Court House, rising along the way from company private to Ordnance Sergeant of the Regiment.

In the summer of 1879, his five-part history of the Company appeared in The Hawkinsville Dispatch, Pulaski County, Georgia.

Margaret Gray (Johnson) Patton
Margaret Gray (Johnson) Patton

Maternal Line

Bonneau – a Huguenot family
from La Rochelle, France to
Charleston, South Carolina ...

Also, Cantey, Elfe, and Johnson ... including The Rev. John JohnsonThe Rev. John Johnson, rector of St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Charleston and author of The Defense of Charleston Harbor; his father, Dr. Joseph Johnson (author, once-Mayor of Charleston, South Carolina, physician and scientist); and his grandfather William Johnson –– American Revolutionary War patriot and father of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice William Johnson, Jr.) ...

... as well as Nightingale,
Peyre, Richardson,
and other allied families.

Also, the Bean/Beene, Patton, Raulston, and Robbins families of the Sequatchie Valley, Tennessee  ...

... and the Wright family of David Russell WrightConnecticut and later Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia ...  including the line of William Carey Wright, father of architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

Also ... Descendants of
Joshua T. Jordan

of Jefferson County, Georgia.

Maggie and Will’s Maternal Line

Ancestors of my wife, from Pennsylvania, including the following surnames:

Breidenthal, Crooks, Derr, Detwiler,
Emerson, Erwin, Farley, Francies,
Fritz, Morganroth, Nichols,
Young and others.

In memory of
William
Farley
Young
,
my father-in-law.

William Farley Young


This site was created on July 8, 1997.
Parts of this site were updated on June 4, 2011.

© 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011.

Email: Joseph T. Fleming

Information presented on these pages
has been obtained from a variety of sources,
relying on both primary and secondary research.
Not all information has been independently verified or proven.

For headings in particular, this web site
makes frequent use of the Garamond font.


Other projects working on:
Biographical Notes on Every Member of The Kappa Deuteron Chapter
of The Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta
at The University of Georgia During Its Existence from 1871-1890