Savage, John S. 1800-1847
The Savage surname is the oldest continously present in the "New World"
Having its begining with the arrival of a 13 year old cabin boy Thomas Savage in 1608
and continuing unbroken to the present date.
from the files of Jim Savage,
601 924 5057
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Table of Contents
- Check out the Savage DNA project (I'm Haplogroup R1a1)
- The Search for John's Ancestors
- The town of Savage,Mississippi
- Will and Probate of John S Savage
- Mississippi Savage registrants for WW1 draft
- Savages enumerated in the first U.S.census-1790
- Census Index Mississippi Savages | 1840 | 1850 | 1860 | 1870
- Pre 1900 Mississippi marriages
- Early Savage marriages in Alabama
- Early Savage marriages in Georgia
- Early Savage marriages in South Carolina
- Early Savage marriages in North Carolina
- More early Savage marriages in Mississippi
- Plaque dedication to Thomas Savage, Jamestown Day 1931
- Newspaper feature story on Thomas Savage, 1931
- Extracts from "The Savages of the Ards"