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  • Born 10 January 1945 - Atlanta, Fulton Co., Ga
  • Age: 76 years old


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Compiler of this genealogy. Educated Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia. Former columnist, THE ATLANTA JOURNAL and former associate editor, THE GEORGIA BULLETIN. Past Governor, Georgia Company, The Jamestowne Society; Past Marshal,Georgia Division Magna Charta Barons; Past Registrar, The Huguenot Society of Georgia; Organizing Vice President, Alfred Holt Colquitt, Jr. Chapter Children of the Confederacy, Atlanta, GA; Past Vice President, Georgia Society, General Society of the War of 1812; Past Registrar General, Huguenot Society of the Founders of Manakin in the Colony of Virginia; Organizing President, Atlanta Chapter, General Society Sons of the Revolution; Board of Management, GeorgiaSociety, General Society Sons of the Revolution; Past Librarian General, National Society Sons of the American Colonists; Organizing Senior Registrar, Alan Howell Society, Children of the American Revolution; past Secretary and Registrar Atlanta Chapter National Society Sons of the American Revolution; past Historian and Delegate to General Court, Georgia Branch, National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims; past Commander, Kennesaw Battlefield Camp No. 700, Sons of Confederate Veterans; past Adjutant, Georgia Division Sons of Confederate Veterans; past Genealogist, Georgia Division, Capt. William Fuller Chapter, Military Order of the Stars and Bars; past Registrar Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution; hereditary member, Descendants of Knights of the Most Noble Order of the Garter; hereditary member, Somerset Chapter and Georgia Division Magna Charta Barons; member Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in the United States of America, Baronial Order of Magna Charta, Sons and Daughters of the Colonial and Antebellum Bench and Bar, 1565-1861, Flagon and Trencher, America's First Families, Order of Descendants of Ancient Planters; Sovereign Colonial Society Americans of Royal Descent, The Order of Washington, Presidential Families of America, Hereditary Order of Descendants of Loyalists & Patriots of the American Revolution, Colonial Order of the Crown, Order of Indian Wars of the United States, Military Order of Foreign Wars of theUnited States, General Society of Colonial Wars and Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Georgia, Anson County (North Carolina) Historical Society; Rabun County (Georgia) Historical Society, The Owsley Family Historical Society, the English Speaking Union and other civic, patriotic and lineage societies. Eucharistic Lay Minister,St. Catherine's Episcopal Church, Marietta, Georgia.


His ancestry may be found in HISTORICAL SOUTHERN FAMILIES, Volume 6, by John Bennett Boddie (Hunnicutt Family); THAT OUR NAMES MAY BE WRITTEN: A GADDY FAMILY HISTORY by William Carmi Gaddy and Corinne McDougald Gaddy, B&C Publishing Company, Baton Rouge, LA, 1999 (Gaddy Family); A HISTORY OF THE GOOKIN FAMILY OF ENGLAND, IRELAND AND AMERICA, by RichardN. Gookins, revised edition, Salem, OR, 1991 (Gookin-Warren-Hunnicutt Families); OSHEAL-CHUMLEY: A HISTORY AND SOME DESECENDANTS OF COLONIAL DAVID OSHEAL AND HIS WIFE, ELIZABETH MARIA PUGH, NANSEMOND COUNTY, VIRGINIA by Connie Chumley Stringer (AmeriPRESS, Marietta, Georgia, 2003); SIXTEEN HUNDRED LINES TO PILGRIMS, Lineage Book III, edited by Mary E. Mayo, National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, pages 310-311 [Descent from Major Thomas Owsley], and SOME DESCENDANTS OF FRANCIS WILKES by Curtis L. Wilkes, 2nd Revised Edition.

Author of several privately printed family genealogies, genealogical and historical articles for, among others GEORGIA and COUNTRY COLLECTIBLES magazines, and author of Me and My Book: An Evening with Margaret Mitchell, a play based on the author of Gone with the Wind which premiered in 1996 in conjunction with the Summer Olympics in Atlanta.

Divorced in Cobb Co., GA, 1982.

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  • Individual: John Bennett Boddie - Historical Southern Families, Vol. 6 - Name: Pacific Coast Publishers; Location: Redwood City, CA; Date: 1962; - pages 248 and 249
    Richard N. Gookins - A History of the Gookin Family of England, Ireland and America - Na

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