This about the Garrett / Jarrett family who settled in Central Alabama.
So, let’s start with my closest (DIRECT) connection to this surname —
| | /John JARRETT b: 1695 d: 1768 | | /Phillip JARRETT b: 1738 d: 1802 | | | \Anna Maira - "Mary" LUKEN b: 18 NOV 1693 d: 1759 | | /John JARRETT b: ABT 1758 d: 29 JAN 1829 | | /Jonas JARRETT b: ABT 1797 d: AFT 1870 | \Catherine JARRETT b: 22 JUN 1824 d: 2 AUG 1900 | | /John JARRETT b: 1695 d: 1768 | | /Phillip JARRETT b: 1738 d: 1802 | | | \Anna Maira - "Mary" LUKEN b: 18 NOV 1693 d: 1759 | | /Samuel JARRETT b: EST 1776 | \Catherine JARRETT b: ABT 1796 d: OCT 1869
It is obvious, this is a snippet of my pedigree…on my father’s side of the family.
The GARRETT spelling of the name is found as an in-law (by marriage) connection on my mother’s tree.
That I will add at a later time.
As often happens, it is after 9:00 p.m. — when I started editing this. So, I will attempt to keep this posting session short.
I will also be adding tidbits of useable, family-related information as I find it.
For now, browse through the links from the snippet above.
Thank you for your interest. — Cathy Ann Abernathy [weavercatATgmailDOTcom]