Woolfolk family genealogy, 1066-1949, 1600-1949 (bulk dates)

Descriptive Summary

Title
Woolfolk family genealogy, 1066-1949, 1600-1949 (bulk dates)
Creator
Woolfolk family.
Extent
1 Reel of microfilm (20 feet).
Subjects
Sawyer, Mary Woolfolk.
Neel, Eurie Pearl Wilford.
Neel, Courtland Moore.
New, Sarah B.
Brewster family.
Chew family.
Lee family.
Madison family.
Taylor family.
Woolfolk family.
Genealogy--Kentucky.
Family archives--Kentucky.
Registers of births, etc.
Kentucky.
Mississippi--Description and travel.
Texas--Description and travel.
Genealogies
Arrangement
Arranged by subject.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Scope and Content
This material contains records of the Woolfolk family ancestry. The Woolfolk genealogy is traced in the publication (included in this collection) entitled "WOOLFOLK GENEALOGY, 1066-1911" by Mary Woolfolk Sawyer which describes the ancestry of the Brewster, Chew Lee, Madison, Taylor and Woolfolk families. Most of these families are traced back to 17th century America. One of the ancestors of the family served under William the Conqueror during the invasion of England in 1066. The ancestry of Courtland Moore Neel and Eurie Pearl Wilford Neel is also included. A diary of Sarah B. New from 1854-61 contains descriptions of her trips to New Orleans, Texas and Mississippi before she was married in 1861.

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