Books

The following books include the family surnames and the names of individuals I am researching. Many include the names of family members who were enslaved.

Alabama 

  • Pattillo, Edward. Carolina Planters on the Alabama Frontier: The Spencer-McKenzie Family Papers. NewSouth Books, 2011.

Georgia

  • Bailey, Cornelia Walker. God, Dr. Buzzard, and the Bolito Man. Anchor, 2001.
  • Cooper, Melissa. Making Gullah A History of Sapelo Islanders, Race, and the American Imagination. University of North Carolina Press, 2017. 
  • Crook, Ray, Harris, Norma, Smith, Karen, and Bailey, Cornelia Walker. Sapelo Voices: Historical Anthropology and the Oral Traditions of Gullah-Geechee Communities on Sapelo Island. University of West Georgia, 2002.
  • Johnson, Michele Nicole. Sapelo Island's Hog Hammock. Arcadia Publishing, 2007.

North Carolina

  • Cannon, Katie Geneva. Katie's Canon: Womanism and the Soul of the Black Community. Continuum, 1998.
  • Flono, Fannie. Thriving in the Shadows. Novello Festival Press, 2007.
  • Torrence, Robert McIlvaine. Torrence and Allied Families. The Wickersham Press, 1938. Online Access.
  • Williams, Ann. Your Affectionate Daughter, Isabella. Historical Images, 2001.
  • Williams, James H., Williams, Ann. The Davidsons of Rural Hill: The First Three Generations on a Piedmont Plantation. McFarland, 2020.

South Carolina

  • Johnson, Robert Brown. Genealogy of the McWillie and Cunningham Families. R.L. Bryan Co., 1938. Online Access 
  • Myers, Virginia Peay. The Family History of Nicholas Peay. Self-Published, 
  • Myers, Virginia Peay. Mt. Carmel Memories Through Stories, Pictures, and Poetry. Self-Published, 1998.
  • Pattillo, Edward. Carolina Planters on the Alabama Frontier: The Spencer-McKenzie Family Papers. NewSouth Books, 2011.

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