Blackmar Family/Mrs. Bryan Storey Collection (SMC 30)
The Blackmar Family (also spelled Blackmore or Blackmarr) lived in New England in the late 1600s. The Columbus, Georgia branch of the family moved here from August in April of 1835. The doner of this collection, Mrs. Bryan Storey, was born Grace Blackmarr.
Scope and Content
This collection consists of copies of three Blackmar genealogies. 1920-1930 1 folder (.1 l.f.)
Permission to Publish
Permission to publish material from the Blackmar Family/Mrs. Bryan Storey Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required: Blackmar Family/Mrs. Bryan Storey Collection (SMC 30) Columbus State University Archives Columbus, Georgia
Note to Researchers
See also: Blackmar Family Collection (MC 91)
Gift of Mrs. Bryan Storey in 1991.
- Item 1 - Photocopies transcript of the reminiscences of Mr. A. O. Blackmar, Sr. concerning the early history of Columbus, Georgia and his family's part in that history, presented to the Oglethorpe Chapter of the DAR on November 7, 1920.
- Item 2 - Notes on the Blackmar Family Genealogy, 32 typed pages (photocopies), by Mrs. Florence B. Dean, January, 1929
- Item 3 - Three Blackmore Genealogies, by Alven Martyn Smith, (photocopies) 1930