JOURNAL OF GENTRY GENEALOGY
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Additional Articles (2004 - 2007), © W.M. Gentry - All rights reserved.
2004 (A) A. THE GENTRY BROTHERS CIRCUS
B. GENTRY BROTHERS FAMOUS SHOWS
Two articles describing the well-known Gentry Brothers Circus that operated from 1885 to 1922 are reprinted from the July 1983 issue of Gentry Family Gazette & Genealogy Exchange
 
2004 (B) MASSACRE AND CAPTIVITY AT NICKAJACK
James Brown and family, accompanied by William Gentry and John Gentry; the men suffer death at the hands of Indians; Mrs. Brown and children were taken captive.
 
2004 (C) A READER'S GUIDE TO NICHOLAS-II GENTRY DESCENDANTS
A cross-referenced index to Gentrys descending from Nicholas-II Gentry listed in the 1800 to 1840 Kentucky tax and census reports.   Revised 3/14/10
 
2004 (D) TENNESSEE GENTRY FAMILIES, Joseph Gentry of Hanover County, Virginia
A description of the family of Joseph and Winifred (Oliver) Gentry, pioneer settlers of East Tennessee (revised 6/4/04).
 
2004 (E) TENNESSEE GENTRY FAMILIES, Sons of John Gentry of Botetourt County, Virginia
A summary of the families of three sons of John Gentry of Botetourt County (revised 7/5/04).
 
2004 (F) TENNESSEE GENTRY FAMILIES, Nicholas Gentry of Davidson County
The family of Nicholas Gentry of South Carolina who moved to Tennessee and was killed there by Indians.
Revised February 2011 (change of parents), 2014.

 
2004 (G) FAMILY AND DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS GENTRY
WITHDRAWN -- Replaced by GENTRY FAMILY TREE (see home page)
 
2004 (H) CHARLES GENTRY, TENNESSEE PIONEER
The biography of Charles with proposals for the identification of five sons, namely, Jesse, William, Charles Jr. , David and Elijah Gentry.
 
2005 (A)-Revised A. SCRAMBLED ALLEN GENTRYS
Proposed relationship of five Allen Gentrys with tangled Tennessee, Georgia, and Missouri ties to their South Carolina roots.
Extensively revised 4/23/2012
 
 B. ELIJAH GENTRY - A RETRACTION
A retraction of the November 2004 suggestion of Elijah's tie to Charles Gentry.
 
2005 (B) AARON GENTRY OF KNOX COUNTY, TENNESSEE
A summary of the family of Aaron Gentry outlining both his Virginia and his Tennessee relationships
 
2005 (C) GENTRY TIDBITS
A. CHERUBY GENTRY OF PAULDING COUNTY, GEORGIA
Cheruby is suggested as the widow of Allen Gentry.
B. SHADERICK GENTRY OF JACKSON COUNTY, ALABAMA
Three possible fathers are suggested for Shaderick.   Minor revisions 2/18/2011
C. HENRIETTA AND ENOCH GENTRY OF MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY
Two children of David and Jane (Kendrick) Gentry, not listed in "The Gentry Family in America" are proposed.
 
2006 (A) THE GENTRYS OF ESSEX COUNTY, ENGLAND in the Seventeenth Century
An analysis and organized summary of all the known references for Gentrys living in Essex County, England between 1500 and 1700.   Revised 1/26/2007
Now includes material from "Addendum" of June 2006)
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2006 (B) THE ORIGIN OF NICHOLAS AND SAMUEL GENTRY
A detailed review of possible ancestors in Essex County, England for Nicholas and Samuel Gentry of Virginia, and conclusions drawn therefrom.   Revised 1/26/2007
Addendum to "Gentrys of Essex County, England" has been consolidated with issue of April 2006
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2006 (C) SPECULATIONS ON THE FAMILY OF NATHANIEL GENTRY   Replaced by 2011 (B)
 
2007 (A) NICHOLAS GENTRY, THE IMMIGRANT, A Case Study of Erroneous Data Entry
A sampling of 425 family trees for Nicholas Gentry posted on the RootsWeb.com WorldConnect website has been taken as a basis for comparing the accuracy of data entries in these trees.
 
2007 (B) DAVID GENTRY, REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERAN, A Mystery Not Yet Solved
An attempt to answer the questions concerning the life of David Gentry of Overton County, Tennessee, following his military service.
Replacement for Vol 2, Issue #4 – extensively rewritten, Sep 2007, May 2014.

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