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   3rd Generation Barmore - Abbeville County, SC Preview Go
Miss N. Jane Barmore on the children of James and Mary Barmore.
   Don's Barmore Family History Preview Go
A family history homepage with the most extensive online database for our southern Barmore family, 1725 to the present.
   James Barmore: Revolutionary War Service Preview Go
"James Barmore [1748-1829] married a Miss Smith. Some time before the Revolutionary War, when Abbeville was a frontier county, James Barmore & his brothers-in-law, with their families, emigrated from Virginia to South Carolina...." Written by Miss N Jane Barmore in 1890.


   George Barmore, Jr. 1776-1816 Preview Go
A brief summary of the life of this 3rd generation Barmore, a son of James Barmore.
   History of the Barmore Family: 1725-1890 Preview Go
Booklet published in 1890 by Miss N. Jane Barmore, a school teacher in the Turkey Creek Community in Abbeville, Abbeville County, South Carolina.
   Tom Barmore's Bear Camp Preview Go
Thomas fought in the Civil War along with Edward Coulter, his brother-in-law, at Vicksburg, MS.... Teddy Roosevelt was a guest at Tom's Bear Camp. There is a picture of Teddy with Tom Barmore & his family, taken during this visit. There is a small community in that area called Roosevelt that is supposedly the place where Teddy came on a train & unloaded his hunting equipment....
   4th Generation Barmores - Abbeville County Preview Go
Miss N. Jane Barmore on the children of Squire William Barmore. "He married three times. His first wife, Nancy Dodson, had two sons and five daughters. The second wife, Nancy McGee, had two daughters. The third wife, Polly Hodges, never had any children...."
   A Millenium of Don's Family History HomePage Preview Go
Includes an extensive database with over 14,000 people dating back 1,000 years, into the mysts of time....
   Importance of Mail Stressed in World War II Letter Preview Go
"Importance of Mail Is Stressed In Letter Written to Nolan Barmores By Their Son, Bill" written somewhere in Africa on Feb. 28, 1944 and published in their local newspaper in Texas in March 1944.
   Children of Larkin Barmore & Eliza Donnald Preview Go
Miss N. Jane Barmore on the 5th generation of Barmores in Abbeville, SC.






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