[Texas Genealogical Records, Ellis County: Index] Page: 6
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Revolutionary Data 104-106
1850 Census, Pitts, Laurens County, South Carolina 106
Saint Phillips Episcopal Church Register, Charleston,S.C. 106
1790 South Carolina Census, Pitts 107
Marriages in South Carolina 108-109
Reference to ills 109-113
Quaker Church Records 111
Hardy Data 113-114
1850-1860 Census, Newberry, South Carolina 115-119
Pitts Ancestry of Mrs. Searcy 119
Marriages: Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina 120
Other Data 120
Will of Joseph Bullock, Isle of Wight, Virginia 121
1820, 1840, 1850 Georgia Census 121
Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia 121
Newberry County, South Carolina, Pitts Estates 122
Newberry, South Carolina, Wills 124-126
Bush River Eaptist Church Roll 126-129
Reference to Wills and Property Settlements 129-138
Boyd Family 138-139
Reference to Wills 139-154
History of Alabama 155
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Daughters of the American Revolution. Rebecca Boyce Chapter (Waxahachie, Tex.). [Texas Genealogical Records, Ellis County: Index], book, 1965~; Waxahachie, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth105025/m1/6/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nicholas P. Sims Library.