I am workimg on some supplementals to my DAR & UDC and noticed your post. I have copied The Person/s Lineage and have it in a binder. On page 132 the lineage of James Turner Persons, son of Turner & Sarah (Williams) Persons.
Turner m.#1 Sarah Berry; m#2 Lucy Ann Carter;#3 Jenny Bass. The issue of the 3rd marriage is:
1. James Turner Persons m. Angelina Leon(no issue listed)
2. Kate Persons m. Rev.Robert c. Williams(5 children listed)
3. Bessie Persons m. Harry Garretson(5 children listed).
That is how it is written.
Have you tried Inter-Library Loan? Then you could make a copy for yourself. I have it copied as if it were a book...cover to cover ...and have it in a 3" binder in acid free plastic sheet protectors. Be sure to include COVER TO COVER so there will be publishers info. Most of the Societies accept it as refernce & proof of lineage.
Also. the Washington Memorial Library, Macon, GA.(Google it online) has all of GA's Confederate Soldiers Service Records. It also has the complete collection of George Fuller Walker(he wrote Lineage). They are very accomodating and will copy anything you ask for. You can e-mail your wish list and they will e-mail you back as to how much it will cost.
The copywrite is not a problem as long as you do not use it for your financial benefit and as long as you give it as reference when you quote info from it.
Good Searching! Pat Miers
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