Having a Large Family, the theme of Week 37 of 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks 2015 Edition by Amy Johnson Crow, is something found on both sides of my family tree.
My maternal Great Great Grandparents, George Philip Roberts (1856-1930) and Hattie Brazell Roberts (1870-1927) were married about 1854 most likely in Richland County, South Carolina.
|George Phillip Roberts Family|
Richland County, South Carolina
Back Row -L to R:
Lillie (Roberts) Hooper (1885-1930)
Thomas Able Roberts (1887-1961)
Hattie Roberts (1888-1972)
George Washington Roberts (1890-1971)
Front Row-L to R:
William Treadford Roberts (1894-1959)-my Great Grandfather
Verdy Gil Roberts (1898-1976)
Hattie (Brazell) Roberts with Lyda Roberts (1906-1981)
George Philip Roberts with Andrew Clifton Roberts (1905-1971)
Walter Crawford Roberts (1896-1983)
George and Hattie lived on land, now part of Fort Jackson in Columbia, Richland, South Carolina. It was on this property of over 100 acres they farmed and raised their 9 children. Later in life they lived in the Olympia area of Richland County and several family members worked in the Pacific Mill.
George, Hattie and 7 of their children in the 1900 Census. Two more would be added to the family in the years to come.
|1900 US Federal Census Richland County, SC|
George Philip Roberts Family
Many of the descendants of George and Hattie married and raised large families themselves. They were active in their communities in Richland County and other surrounding areas where their legacy is still felt today.
Do you have large families in your ancestry?
Are we kin? Please contact me. Together we can find our people.
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