The Faircloth Family Genealogy Resource Guide provides the Faircloth descendent with 25-years worth of research on the Faircloth family roots. This guide begins in England in the early 1300s with known Faircloths and their history. It includes hundreds of Faircloth names gleaned from Immigration Lists, Census Records, Last Will and Testaments, Deeds and Deeds mentioning Faircloth's with adjoining lands, Court Actions, Cemeteries in North Carolina listing Faircloth's, and Faircloth's who fought in the Revolutionary, Indian, and Civil War. This is a comprehensive listing of all Faircloth's known to be in North Carolina prior to and into the 1800s through the Civil War records. This is a must have for any person who is seriously researching their Faircloth family or interested in their family ancestors.
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About the Author
J. Christy Judah, M. Ed., is a retired educators who spent the past 25-years researching her Faircloth family history. She is a direct descendent of William Faircloth I and Edward Farecloth who came to North Carolina in the 1700s. She is the daughter of Herman and Erika Faircloth, mother and grandmother and currently resides in the Holden Beach, NC area where she continues to write. She is the author of multiple books on local history and dog training.