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The Westward ARDIS Migration

--- Pamela Lassiter Jones, Mobile, Alabama USA  pam@hsiweb.com

After the death of Christina [ZINN] ARDIS it seems most, if not all, of this line of ARDIS disappeared from South Carolina. A trail of ARDIS Folk leads west to Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana and then on to Texas and as far as Arizona and California. Some can also be found in Oklahoma and Florida. Many of these families were Planters and farmers, there were also several ARDIS Folk who were ordained Methodist Preachers. During the Civil War there can be found many that fought for the Confederate cause. After the war ending it seems a migration west occurred for many ARDIS families.

 

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