Barmore Family History

Updated 26 Aug 2007

These pages are dedicated to the descendants of George Barmore I [c. 1725 - aft. 1790], of whom more than 3,000 are included herein. The Barmore family arrived in the old Abbeville District in South Carolina before the War for American Independence and most remain in the Southern States to this day.


Gathering the Lore...

Barmore Family History

by Miss N. Jane Barmore
Abbeville County, South Carolina
1890


First Generation: George Barmore Sr.


Revolutionary War Service: James Barmore

Land Plats for James Barmore:
3 Aug 1784~ 10 Dec 1784~ 12 Feb 1785


The Children of James and Mary Barmore: 3rd Generation
Descendants of Squire William Barmore

Service in the Confederacy: 4th & 5th Generations


Descendants of George Barmore, Jr.....

4th Generation Goes West 1830: SC to AL

5th Generation: Tom Barmore & Teddy Roosevelt

7th Generation Goes West 1940s: TX to CA

7th Generation: World War II in Africa


Index of Surnames | Index of Persons

This database now includes thousands of people who lived in the South Carolina up-country [circa 1700 to the present] focusing on the following clans: Agnew, Barmore, Brownlee, Dodson, Hodges, McGee, Pyles, Rasor, Richey, Shirley and their relations.

Interactive Cousins Corner

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Agnew ~ Barmore ~ Brownlee ~ Dodson ~ Hodges ~ McGee ~ Pyle

Cousin's HomePages

Spruill Family History

Anderson-Park Connection

Shirley Family Association

The Cherokee Barmore Connection

Family History Resources

Abbeville Co., SCGenWeb

Anderson Co., SCGenweb

Greenwood Co., SCGenWeb



In 1979, when I was sixteen and already fascinated by genealogy, my parents and I journeyed from California to Abbeville County, SC to explore our roots. I remember visiting some very nice Barmores still living in the homestead built by William Barmore in 1825. I can also vividly recall Turkey Creek Baptist Church, knowing my ancestors had help build it and were buried there beginning in the 1790s.

The people and stories here were mostly gathered on that trip and then built upon with time.

-Don Ross

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