Echols Notes Volume 1

We are indebted, and eternally grateful, for the painstaking research work performed by Rebecca Echols Terry. However, some of this work leaves the modern researcher with more questions that begs answers for new acquired and transcribed records possibly not available in her time.

In an attempt to thoroughly document the whole of the Echols line, that of John ECHOLS & Mary CAVE, I am presenting Rebecca's work with my own notes, questions, assumptions and assertions here in the hope that between the ECHOLS researchers and that of the connected families we may finally put to rest the pestering questions that plague our lineage.

We'll follow the progress through volume one as she has it laid out starting first with marriages from the various states and counties. We'll next move to any documented wills and finally end volume one with her documented census records. As with all of my work any information differently colored or in brackets [] has been added by this writer Terry Dean ECHOLS. Hopefully presenting this information here will spark new and or reinvigorate research into the surname and all of it various spellings of which Rebecca stated were "more than sixty-three".


AlabamaHawaiiMassachusetts New Mexico South Dakota
Alaska Idaho Michigan New York Tennessee
Arizona Illinois Minnesota North Carolina Texas
Arkansas Indiana Mississippi North Dakota Utah
California Iowa Nebraska Ohio Vermont
Colorado Kansas Missouri Oklahoma Virginia
Connecticut Kentucky Montana Oregon Washington
Delaware Louisiana Nevada Pennsylvania West Virginia
Florida Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Wisconsin
Georgia Maryland New Jersey South Carolina Wyoming

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