What's New (past 60 days)


         Family Conundrum
Our largest conundrum in assembling Southern Choate genealogy is determining the families of the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Generations. (i.e., children born between ~1740 and ~1865. I have spent quite a bit of time trying to get a good handle on these early Choates. If you go to the website under FEATURES on the right hand side you can down load a recent Choate Conundrum update.


         Narrative Histories
The Narrative Histories for the Captain William Thomas branch of our tree starting with immigrant Christopher [b.1642], his son, Christopher [b.1685], grandson Sabret [b.1730] and great-grandson Sabret [b.1762] and his great-great-grandson Richard [b.1801] are very complete. These provide the most complete and accurate information about this branch - part of the first five generations of the Choates of the South.


Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Location   Last Modified 
I3846 
Choate, J.E. 
   21 Apr 2021
I3845 
Choate, M.M. 
   21 Apr 2021
I3844 
Choate (m.Patterson), L.L. 
   21 Apr 2021
I3843 
Choate, E. 
   21 Apr 2021
I3842 
Choate, S.J. 
   21 Apr 2021
I3841 
Choate, A. 
   21 Apr 2021
I3840 
Choate, W.J. 
   21 Apr 2021
I1287 
Choate, Calvin 
b. Oct 1837  Marion, TN  20 Apr 2021
I3310 
Smalley, Sarah Jane 
b. Apr 1849  TN  20 Apr 2021
I177 
Webb, Lucy 
b. 1785   20 Apr 2021

Families
   
 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Mother's Name   Married   Last Modified 
 F837 
 I1287  Calvin Choate  I3310  Sarah Jane Smalley  1870  21 Apr 2021
 F961 
 I719  George Thomas Choate  I3837  Martha Alice [???]    20 Apr 2021
 F960 
 I3018  Riley A. Choate, XTAL        16 Mar 2021