The Geer Family Tree updates previous work contributed to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Pedigree Resource File originally published on FamilySearch.org under Compact Disc #94 (Submission Number: 1468458-0916104234320) and updated November 2005 on Disc #126 (Submission Number: 1468458-1120105011105).
This file is a work in process, used to assemble and connect family lines so that common ancestries can be identified. The author is not a direct descendant of all individuals contained. in the file. Information about persons born after 1920 is not provided.
The genealogy consists of individuals with Mythical, Biblical, Historical, Royal, Colonial American, 19th Century American Immigrants, 20th and 21st Century American Families.
Research is primarily directed toward connections to the Geer and Warbington Families of Greene, Richmond, Gwinnett & Forsyth Counties, Georgia, USA; the Volmar Family of Hudson Co., New Jersey, USA and Berlin & Elberfeld, Germany; and the Taylor Family of Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USA and Halifax Parish, Yorkshire, England.
Closely related family names include Allen, Anderson (of Banffshire, Scotland), Babb, Beaufort, Berkeley, Bock (of Barmen now Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany), Bruce, Buchanan, Cain, Callaway, Campbell, Capet, Cash, Cantrell, Colclough, Crombie (of Scotland), Day, le Despenser, Douglas, Fischwasser (of Schöenewalde, Brandenburg, Prussia), Fliege (of Radevordemwald, Rheinland, Prussia), Fooshe (of Abbeville Co., SC and Richmond Co., GA), Fuller (of Waterloo, Laurens Co., SC), Geer (of Penfield, Greene Co., & Augusta, Richmond Co., GA), Greer, Grierson, Harcourt, Harhaus ( of Radevormwald, Rheinland, Prussia), Harris, Haynes, Kennedy, Lowe, MacAlpine, MacGregor, Nixon, Park(s), Percy, Plantagnet, Pope, Priestly (of Greetland, Halifax Parish, Yorkshire, England), Propes, Reeves, Spencer, Stewart, Stuart, Sutton, Symon (of Moray, Scotland), Taylor, Volmar, Waldegrave, Washington, Warbington, Wentworth, & Wright.
This file is submitted to preserve the authors' work and help other researchers begin or continue their own efforts in identifying their family history. Additions and corrections are greatly appreciated.