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Latest update: Friday, 09 October, 2015
to genealogical research on the family of James S. EDGAR (1790 -1869) and
Selah WITHERINGTON EDGAR (1794 - 1873), their ancestors and descendants,
such as their 5G Granddaughter, Violet.
James and Selah were married on Saturday, 06 January, 1816 in Williamson County, TENNESSEE and raised nine boys and
Cemetery and Hillside Cemetery.
After visiting these summary webpages, peruse the Family Tree Database for details and dates, photos and photo galleries,
histories and photo histories, timelines, reports, documents, and much more about families and individuals in our family tree.
the EDGAR Family Tree. KJ HANNAH, a 3G Granddaughter of James and Selah through their son Henry, is the data wrangler.
Additional contributors include the following:
James EDGAR Branch
Martha MOORE, PARKER Genealogy Research Book, major names: PARKER, EDGAR, KELLETT
Descendants of William James Darden “Darden” EDGAR and Mary Susan Margareth NYEGAARD,
major names: EDGAR
Doris McCUNN, Descendants of Paulina I EDGAR [S70], major names: EDGAR
Tina POPE, Descendants of Jesse J. MAYS [S52], major names: MAYS
Lindsay THOMAS, Descendants of Thomas SMITH [S44], major names: MAYS, SMITH
Kelley INGLE PATERNO, Descendants of Benjamin Franklin MORGAN [S54], major names: EDGAR
David THARP, Descendants & Ancestors of Amanda THARP [S46], major names: THARP
Martha Ray BOOTHE MARANDA, Descendants of Joshua N. EDGAR and Martha Washington WOLLARD [S84],
major names: EDGAR
Joyce MANNING, major names: BROWN, MCMANUS
Jeanne WAGENER LUERSEN [S91], major names: EDGAR, BROWN, BOOTHE
William EDGAR Branch
Loretta EDGAR EMBRY [S269]
Robert COPELAND [S279]
Margaret EDGAR Branch
We encourage you to continue their efforts by helping us grow our family tree. Contribute data, stories, photos,
documents - every stone is welcomed and appreciated. If you have additions, corrections, or deletions, we welcome your
contact. If you discover or are nurturing family trees adjunct to ours, please let us link e-trees.
Notes of Convention
[Brackets] indicate editorial content or comment inserted into a quoted source that are not part of the original quote.
Surnames are CAPITALIZED.
Nicknames are in "quotation marks."
Although this website uses the date form "day2 month3 year4" (example 01 Jan 2007,) for intercultural, international, and
temporal clarity, most of the grave stones, obituaries, and other official and unofficial records document dates in the form
"month date, year."