Ancestors and Descendants of Hancock D. Suddath and Jemima Whaley Etheredge
- Author: James S Paget Jr
- Price: $45.00 (includes postage) (US Funds)
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944 pages, 6 x 9" hardcover, acid free paper, 70 photographs, over 8,000 names in the index.
These families are included in this book:
- Chapter I - ETHEREDGE - A summary of what we know from different sources of the Edgefield and Saluda County Etheredges.
- Chapter II - SUDDATH - The ancestors of Hancock D. Suddath back to Benjamin B. Suddath (1772-1792)
- Chapter III - JULIA ANN SUDDATH and BENJAMIN EDWARDS - other connecting lines include: DeLouche, Harris, Porterfield, Lewis, Jones, Quarles, Bartley, Rodgers, Forrest, McCarty, Dominick, Porter, Randall, Berry, Pugh, Grant, Eidson, Able, Robertson, LaLiberte, Boswell, Miller, Bledsoe, Neff, Hazel, Simmons, Timmerman, Buice, Crouch.
- Chapter IV - LOUISA MARIA SUDDATH and WILLIAM WATKINS - other connecting lines: Dilworth, Hawkins, Lathem, Manning, Bloodworth, Kay, Seaborn, Alexander, Elkins, Bearden, Prichard, Niver.
- Chapter V - MARY JANE (Rachael) SUDDATH and SAMUEL WILLIAM BANKS - other connecting lines: Griffith, Wates, Sample, Green, Camak, Adams, Attaway, Witt, Quattlebaum, Kirkland, Derrick, Baughtnight.
- Chapter VI - EDWINA JEMIMA (Elvira) SUDDATH and JAMES WILLIAM MERCHANT - other connecting lines: Foy, Farr, McCarty, Forrest, Coughman, Cameron, Fulmer, Corley, Pow, Black, Dukes, Dominick, Lake, Conner, Landford, Boozer.
- Chapter VII - MARTHA ANN ELLEN SUDDATH and JOSIAH PADGET, III - Watson, Smith, Carson, Herlong, Shealy, Plunkett, Parrott, Millard, Elkins.
- Chapter VIII - JAMES BUTLER SUDDATH and MARY ROSA DANIELS - Saluda County's first state senator, his Civil War letters (From Charleston to Appomattox Court House).
The Suddath name went no further than the first generation due to the fact that Hancock D. Suddath and his wife Jemima Whaley Etheredge had only two boys that lived. Lewis was a dwarf, but he ran the family farm during the Civil War while his brother James Butler Suddath was away.