Our roots run deep
And time will keep
Our ancestors memories alive.
For this we strive
And genealogists thrive
Amidst the branches that creep
Where our ancestors sleep.
-- Diana Tolladay
You will notice as you read through the page - variations on how our surname is spelled. They appear in this page as they appeared on the document found.
Traughber and Wells Links
- Tarbach net is a great launch point for researching the Traughber family lineage. For example, this site lists all known Traughber Cemeteriesand a host of other related information.
- Traughber data in the Durrett Collection, Robertson County Tennessee
- Traughber cemeteries can also be found by searching Kentucky's Atlas and Gazetteer
- Morris Traughber, School Teacher and Administrator is listed here.
- A few words about the 1830 Book of Mormon and how it involves the Traughber's.
- Traughber settlers in Macon County, Illinois. From History of Macon County, Illinois. With Illustrations Descriptive Of Its Scenery, and Biographical Sketches of some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Published by Brink, McDonough & Co., Phildelphia, 1880. p. 230 [Logan County] I found, REV. DANIEL TRAUGHBER was born in Logan county, Ky., in May, 1800, and came to Illinois in 1837 or '8, and settled on Big Creek, in Mt. Zion township. He married Mary Banks, in Kentucky, by whom he had four children - ELIZABETH married Robert Lansden, Wilson county, Kansas. GABRELLA married Robert Foster, Wilson couny, Kansas. HENRY married in Wilson county, Kansas. Mr. Traughber married a second time to Elizabeth Foster, by whom the following children were born - CYRUS lives at Ottawa, Kansas. Mr. Traughber married a third time to Eliza Smalley, by whom the following children were born - Mary A. married John Edwards; lives in Wilson county, Kan. DANIEL B., dead. HARRIS lives in Wilson county, Kan. Mr. Traughber removed to Fredonia, Kas., in 1872.
- Traughber's in Old Stonington, Connecticut
- A Traughber Marriage in Oklahoma
- The Traughber family owns/owned lands in downtown Dallas, near where the Texas School Book Depository is located. Here you'll find a current archeological dig going on to preserve Texan heritage. Warning* This is a very large file
- Wells of Kentucky
- Immigrant Ships: Wells Passangers
Bryant and Mantooth Links
- Bryants in Sevier County, Tennessee circa 1750
- Tennessee Genealogy is a good starting spot for researching our ancestors there. Robertson County Tennessee and Cocke County, Tennessee is where our Bryant, Mantooth and Traughber families lived circa 1800. For more information on the area itself, visit the County website.Another site worth checking out is the Tennessee Cemetery links
- Bryant and Mantooth Pedigree on the Hambrick branch circa 1700.
- Bryants: 1839 Tax List District 9
- 1850 Cocke County, Tennessee censuslists Bryant, Mantooth,
- Mantooth Origins
- Burke and Mantooth Cemetery Finds
- 1830 Cocke County census listing Bryant and Mantooth
- Clan Duncan History
- Hardin County Cemeteries listing Duncan ancestors.
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