Ann C. Hellard Collection
Abstract: Genealogical Materials related to the Carrick, Cross, Crouse, Feezor, Hellard, Plummer, and Skeen families. Includes family group sheets, pedigree charts, family Bible information and marriage records.
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Size: Less than one linear foot.
Provenance: Gift of compiler's family.
Mrs. Ann Cross Hellard, compiler
Access: No restriction.
Copyright: Retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Introduction
This entire collection consists of genealogical materials compiled by Ann Cross Hellard, of Salisbury, N.C. It consists of research notes, copies of letters of inquiry, photocopied newspaper clippings, descendancy charts, pedigree charts, photographs (primarily of the Feezor family), family group sheets, and copies of deed and land records. The miscellaneous file contains an essay, "The Genius of Orthodoxy," by James Willingham, a sketch of Rowan County's Cauble house, a newspaper clipping about a Confederate cemetery in Maryland, and a copy of Ann Cross Hellard's obituary.
Series I. Sloop family materials
Genealogical materials of the following families: Carrick, Cross, Crouse, Feezor, Hellard, Plummer, Skeen.
Folder 1. Carrick family
Folder 2. Cross family #1
Folder 3. Coss family #2
Folder 4. Cross family [also Feezor, Carrick, Skeen]
Folder 5. Feezor #1
Folder 6. Feezor #2
Folder 7. Feezor [photographs]
Folder 8. Hellard [also Plummer, Cross, Feezor]
Folder 9. Skeen [also Crouse]
Series II. Miscellaneous
Ann Cross Hellard's obituary, a newspaper clipping about a Cofederate cemetery in Maryland that still accepts burials of soldiers (in 1983), a sketch of Rowan County's Cauble house, and an essay by James Willingham: "The Genius of Orthodoxy."
Folder 10. Miscellaneous