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Debi McGee Cundiff
Lake County, Florida
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Are You Researching One of These Families?
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MCGEE (South Carolina > Florida) CUNDIFF (Virginia)
HINSON (South Carolina) TYREE (Virginia)
DRIGGERS (Florida) HARDING (Virginia)
FORE (Mississippi > Florida) CARROL (Virginia)
HELMS (North Carolina) BROWN (Florida)
PHILLIPS (North Carolina) HOLTON (Alabama > Florida)
BAUCOM (North Carolina) CAMPBELL (South Carolina > Florida)
SMITH (North Carolina) MEARES (Bahamas > Florida)

Book Indexes

I pick up interesting books at estate and yard sales, usually histories of families, locales and schools. I have created every name indexes for some of these books and I'm working on more. I'm willing to do limited look-ups in the books. My goal is to make the information available to a wide range of people while staying within the fair use guidelines of the copyright. The guidelines I use are: The indexes are in Soundex, surname order.  A Soundex Convertor (courtesy of RootsWeb) is provided on the index pages. I am currently only aware of relationships to the Campbell, Meares and Taylor families listed in the Clearwater index.
Search the indexes using exact spellings at Rootsweb Databases OR Click these links for a list of names in Soundex order 

Book Indexes

Brief History of Clearwater [Florida] A Progress Report from Fort Harrison [c1842] to 1920
Compiled by Carrie Gleason ©1976

Pioneer Settlers of Seminole, Florida - F. Leon Campbell's Memoirs Every Name Index

Florida Black Heritage Trail
Written & Edited by: Gary Goodwin and Suzanne Walker, Florida Bureau of Historic Preservation

Historic Glimpses of St. Simons Island [Georgia] 1736-1924
Written & published by The Coastal Georgia Historical Society ©1973

Frederica [Georgia]: Colonial Fort and Town Its place in history
by Trevor R. Reese - Illustrated by Peter Spier ©1969

Robert E. Lee and Fort Pulaski [1829-1864 Chatham County, Georgia]
by Rogers W. Young c1940
reprinted 1970 by Eastern National Park & Monument Association in cooperation with Fort Pulaski National Monument, National Park Service

Affra Harleston and Old Charles-Towne in South Carolina
by Margaret Simons Middleton ©1971

Old Salem [North Carolina] Official Guidebook Author, Copyright and First 13 Pages Missing

The Reflector Yearbook [Jackson, Michigan]
Volume I, Number I - January 1925 Published by the Students of Jackson High School, Jackson, Michigan

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