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|1||1642 - Christopher Choate Narrative v17|
Narrative History provides the family story of Christopher , the first in the line of the “Choates of the South”, with a limited amount of historical information. It includes referenced documents, maps, and other items. Narratives aid in understanding the individual and organizing their data.
|2||1685 - Christopher Choate Narrative v05|
Narrative History provides the family story of Christopher [b.1685] the eldest son of the Christopher [b.1642] who immigrated in 1676 to Maryland. This narrative has a limited amount of historical information. It includes referenced documents, maps, and other items. Narratives aid in understanding the individual and organizing their data.
|3||1687 - Edward|
Text on Edward  from: J.C. Phillips, Choate Family of Baltimore County, 1970. The complete document is available under the Publications section of this web site. The J.C. Phillips document provides information on the descendants of Edward  that remained in the Baltimore area. Additional information can be found in the Narrative History…
|4||1730 - Sabret Choate Narrative v13|
Narrative history provides the story of Sabret [b.1730] and his family. He is one of three brothers and a cousin who left Maryland in the 1740s traveling the Great Shenandoah Wagon Trail for the Southside of Virginia and eventually into North Carolina.
|5||1762 Sabret Choate Narrative|
Sabret  is the great-grandson of Christopher  who immigrated to the Province of Maryland in 1676 and is progenitor of all the Choates of the South.
|6||1773 Thomas Kyle - The Pike County, Arkansas Choates by Irene Choate Williams|
Details from Irene's work on the Thomas Kyle  decendents
|7||1801 Richard Narrative History|
Richard "Dickie" Choate was the seventh child of the ten of children of Sabret Choate & Mary Woodfork (or Woodfort). Married Sarah Edwards, Oct 7, 1826. Three sons John W. (Sept 10, 1862 typhoid Richmond VA), William Thomas (June 4, 1864 mortal wound Cold Harbor) and Sowell J. (July 2, 1863 Gettysburg PA, Company F, the “ Allegheny True Blues” in…
|8||1804 James C Choate - CHOATE PRARIE|
|9||1826 Gabriel Choate|
This History is directly from the CHOATES OF THE SOUTH--NEWSLETTER # 9 September 1992 - GABRIEL CHOATE...Texas Ranger, Scout & Indian Fighter
|10||1832 Captain William Thomas Narrative History|
William Thomas Choate was born in the Little River area east of Sparta NC. The acquired over six hundred acres of land, was appointed clerk of Little River Primitive Baptist Church and eventually was made Captain in the 61st Regiment. He was mortally wounded in the Battle of Cold Harbor. His war letter can be found on this web site.
|11||1840 - GEORGE WASHINGTON CHOATE By Wanda L. Clark|
This History is directly from the CHOATES OF THE SOUTH--NEWSLETTER # 1 September 1988 - This is one of the Choates with indian heritage.