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- Steven Pruitt Epps on The Origin and History of the Epps Name
- Peter Scott on Skeletons In My Closet Or Is My Laundry Really That dirty!
- Byron Eppes on The Origin and History of the Epps Name
- Tim on Virginia Viola Hyatt
- Misty (burgess) Robinson on George Rice Vanzant Vanzandt
- Deborah JACKSON MELVIN on Milliard Fillmore Jackson Miscellanous Information
- Dee on Joseph Fitpatrick
- Buck Epps on The Origin and History of the Epps Name
- Wisely e. Epps on The Origin and History of the Epps Name
- Rodney Pence on Calling All Detectives.
- Skeletons In My Closet Or Is My Laundry Really That dirty!
- Samuel Beshett Chesser and Samuel George Chesser 1850 Census
- Mr and Mrs. Lee Roy Fitzpatrick Obituary Notice November 17, 1970
- Margie Evans
- Abraham VanZandt Miscellanous Info
- Verlenden Miscellanous Information
- Vanzandts of Buck County
- I Have Boxes And Boxes Full Of Genealogy
- Happy Memorial Day
- Joseph Fitpatrick
Category Archives: Civil War Epps
John G. Epps is the oldest son of Hugh M Epps. He was born about 1840 and is listed with the family of Hugh on the 1850 census age 11 which is probably not correct since his parents married in … Continue reading
James C Epps is the son of Pleasant Epps who died when James was about 6. Pleasnt is the son of Lawrence and Elizabeth Epps. James married Julia Ann Taylor 24 Dec 1860. Four months later he enlisted in the Confederate Infantry … Continue reading
State of Tennessee Interview with John Norris Epps 1841 – 1929 The following is an interview with John Norris Epps in 1922 at age 81 about his civil war memories. The interview was part of a Tennessee state project to … Continue reading