|Vol 3, Issue 1||
THE SONS OF SAMUEL-II GENTRY|
Part 5. William Gentry and Son Claiborne
William Gentry and his son Claiborne are additions to the list of comprehensive descriptions of descendants of Samuel-II Gentry.
Minor corrections 5/21/2009
|[Vol 3, Issue 2]||[No Issue Published] |
|Vol 3, Issue 3||
THE SONS OF SAMUEL-II GENTRY|
Part 6. Samuel Gentry Jr., (Conclusion) and
OTHER SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, GENTRYS
Samuel Gentry (the Elder), Samuel Gentry (the Younger), Richard Gentry (the Revolutionary War pensioner) and Nathaniel Gentry are discussed.
Extensive revisions, July 2014
|Vol 3, Issue 4||
A. "CHEROKEE DAVID" GENTRY and TIANA ROGERS|
B. "PREACHER ELIJAH" GENTRY
Persistent stories of two early Gentry men marrying Indian wives are examined. In the case of David Gentry, the question is one of the identity of David. In the case of Elijah Gentry, the question is whether or not Elijah was the father of a son, James..
Additions and deletions, June 2014, February 2015
|Vol 3, Issue 5||
SOME "ORPHAN" GENTRYS OF SOUTH CAROLINA|
(+ TABLE OF MALE SOUTH CAROLINA GENTRYS)
Census records for Roland and other Gentrys living in 1830 in Hall County, Georgia; two Cornelius Gentrys of Franklin County, Georgia; and Shadrick Gentry of Tennessee and Alabama are analyzed as an aid to assigning parental relationships.
Major revisions July, November 2014
|Vol 3, Issue 6||
CHEROKEE TRADITIONS AMONG THE TALLEYS, GENTRYS, AND ASSOCIATED
FAMILIES OF TEXAS AND ARKANSAS|
Patrick Pyne searches for possible evidence of a Cherokee heritage among his maternal ancestors.
|Vol 3, Issue 7||
ALLEN D. AND NANCY GENTRY, A Scandalous Family|
Allen D. Gentry of Monroe County, Tennessee, his wife of many years, Nancy Gentry, and his mistress, then wife, Susan Ivy are described along with their children. Verbatim transcriptions of court documents are given in a supplementary file.
Added material 1/19/2007
|Vol 3, Issue 8||
THE GENTRYS OF OLD BUNCOMBE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA|
Proposed families for John, Elias, Thomas and Jesse Gentry, sons of David and Elizabeth Whitlock Gentry of Caroline County, Virginia, who settled in Western North Carolina beginning in 1808.
|Vol 3, Issue 9||
AN OVERVIEW OF EARLY GENTRYS IN EAST TENNESSEE|
The Gentrys who appeared in a variety of East Tennessee records from 1778 to 1820 are organized by proposed family relationships tied to a chronological listing of those records by county.
Revised July 2014
|Vol 3, Issue 10||
SHADRACK, MESHACK AND ABEDNEGO GENTRY|
A description of the three sons of Allen-III Gentry and their children whose eventual residences ranged from North Carolina to Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, and Mississippi.
|Vol 3, Issue 11||
GENTRYS OF ROCKINGHAM AND STOKES COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA|
PART A. WATSON GENTRY, PART B. RICHARD GENTRY
Two families who emigrated to North Carolina from Virginia before 1810, most of whose members moved on westward to Tennessee and Indiana.
|Vol 3, Issue 12||
THE GENTRY FAMILY IN AMERICA, A Look Backwards and a Look Forward|
A review of three years publishing experience and an overview of the sources of today's Gentry families.
Appendix deleted, 2014