Georgia Historical Society
Jarrott, Emory L.
|Title: ||Emory Layne Jarrott genalogical research material|
3.0 cubic feet
|Identification: ||MS 2127|
The Emory Layne Jarrott genealogical research material documents the genealogy of the Jarrott family and collateral lines. The earliest American ancestor documented in the collection is Seth Ward, 1834, Henrico County, Virginia. The earliest Jarrott ancestor is John Jarrott, 1719, Bath County, North Carolina (later Carteret County, then Onslow County, North Carolina). The earliest Alston ancestor is John Alston, 1684, St. John's Parish, Berkeley County, South Carolina. The earliest Savannah ancestor is Jean Pierre Breton (John Peter Briton), 1738.
This collection contains primarily photocopies of genealogical material compiled by Emory Layne Jarrott from 1970-1999. Material came from the collections of the South Caroliniana Library, the South Carolina Historical Society, the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, the Huguenot Society of South Carolina, the Georgia Historical Society and the personal collection of Emory L. Jarrott.
Included in the collection are copies of excerpts of parish registers for the Episcopal churches in South Carolina and Georgia. A Jarrott family pedigree chart should be used to help identify families or individuals who do not appear as major family headings. The file "multiple lines" contains family information relating to more than one line of the Jarrott family.
This collection is arranged into 6 boxes:
Box 1: genealogical tables, Alston, Bacot (includes Peronneau and Foissin families) Box 2: Bacot, Bryan (includes Motte family), Cockshutt, Herring, Jarrott Box 3: Jarrott Box 4: Jarrott Box 5: Jarrott Box 6: Jones, Middleton, Ward (includes Shacklefords of Virginia), multiple lines
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Collection is open for research.
Encoding funded by a 2012 Documenting Democracy grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
|Bacot family, includes Peronneau and Foissin families|
|Bryan family, includes Motte family|
|Ward family, includes Shackelfords of Virginia|