Regional Focus


US Research Focus:
Regions where Wardlaws resided and raised families prior to 1865 - Connected to possible Wardlaw slave holdings:

Alabama: Chambers, District 19; Greene County; Wilcox
Arkansas: Sugar Creek, Benton; Bradley County, Pennington; Pulaski County
Florida: Madison County
Georgia: Bibb County, Macon; Catoosa, Ringgold; Chattahoochee, George Militia District 1108; Chattooga County; Clay County, Ft Gaines; Clayton; Cobb; DeKalb, Decatur; Gwinnett County; Harris County; Lawrence County; Meriwether, Sulphur Springs; Muscogee County; Newnan; Randolph; Roswell; Stewart County; Sumter, District 27; Walker County, Wilson

Illinois: Putnam, Granville / Hennepin
Indiana: Fulton County; Lawrence County, Marion
Kentucky: Fayette County; Henderson; Louisville; Pisgah; Warren County; Woodford County; Woodward County
Louisiana: Coushatta; Bienville
Michigan: Brownstown
Mississippi: Itawamba County; Pontotoc County; Prairie du Chien
Missouri: Andrew County; Marion County, Hannibal Township; St Louis
Ohio: Brown County, Pike Township, Scott Township, Washington Township
South Carolina: 96 District; Abbeville District; Anderson District, Eastern Subdivision / Regiment 4; Greenwood County
Tennessee: Lauderdale
Texas: Falls County; Morris County, Cason; Red River; Titus County, Precinct 11
Virginia: Augusta County; Brownsburg; Richmond County; Rockbridge County

October 2013: ME Mercado



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