NICHOLAS GENTRY THE IMMIGRANT, NEW PROPOSALS CONCERNING HIS
Did Nicholas have two wives and did that fact have an effect on the naming of his descendants?
|2011 (B)||SPECULATIONS ON THE FAMILY OF NATHANIEL GENTRY OF
SOUTH CAROLINA AND KENTUCKY
An extensive re-evaluation of fragmentary references to Nathaniel Gentry of Spartanburg District, South Carolina together with clues from Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri land, census and marriage records which give strong evidence for proposing a complete family group for Nathaniel.
Replaces Issue 2006(C) (Oct 2006), revisions Feb 2011 and April 2015, rewritten July 2015
|2011 (C)||A NEW GENTRY FAMILY|
A proposal for combining five early-Kentucky Gentry orphan families and individuals into a logical and consistent family group.
|2011 (D)||JOHN GENTRY OF BOTETOURT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Proposed Family|
A re-evaluation of the references to the John Gentry who died in Botetourt County, Virginia in 1779 leads to hypotheses for the origin and composition of this family.
Modest revisions July 2015
|2011 (E)||A. GENTRYS IN THE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA|
B. DAVID AND RICHARD GENTRY, WAR VETERANS, REVISITED
(A) Conflicting loyalties beset the Gentrys in South Carolina during the Revolutionary War. (B) We make another attempt to settle the ancestry of two Patriot veterans from Virginia and South Carolina.
|2012 (A)||THE PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY GENTRYS|
A brief but comprehensive introduction to a family of Gentrys who were unrelated to the Nicholas Gentry family of Virginia.
|2012 (B)||ALLEN CAIN GENTRY FAMILY |
Filling in many of the gaps in the information on the Allen Cain Gentry family
|2013 (A)||THE GENTRYS OF ESSEX AND SUFFOLK, ENGLAND|
A. The Gentrys of Bocking, Essex; B. Henry Gentry of Wetherfield, Essex
A comprehensive summary of a family of Gentrys not in the line of descent to Nicholas the Immigrant.
|2013 (B)||THE GENTRYS OF ESSEX AND SUFFOLK, ENGLAND|
Part 4. Summary of Families
A summary of all references to Gentrys in Essex and Suffolk in 16th and 17th century England.
|2015 (A)||THE "NON-EXISTANT" SAMUEL GENTRY OF SOUTH CAROLINA|
A Samuel Gentry born about 1786 lived in Spartanburg District, South Carolina, for close to sixty years with scarcely any record of his existence.
|2016 (A)||BENJAMIN F. AND CORA J. GENTRY|
This pioneer couple, long-time residents of Western Nebraska, typify the sturdy stock that spread westward across the United States, generation after generation to the limits of the country's borders.