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We recommend the following links for more Churchman info or genealogy in general:

Jefferson Letter, Alderman Library, University of Virginia

More information on the Thomas Jefferson letter to John Churchman concerning his idea to use variations in the earth's magnetic field to determine longitude.

Churchman Family by John Marshall

This site contains information about Rev. John Churchman, his wife, Hannah Seary, and their children. If you click on William Brown and go down to the 4th generation, you will see several Churchmans marrying several Browns.

Shiloh Methodist Church Cemetery

Shiloh Methodist Church is important because of the small fenced area of graves located to the side of the church only about 30 feet from the church's front door. This area seems to be the burial grounds for James L. Churchman, his wife, Mary O. Young, and their descendants. I have talked to Sam Mayes, the author of this site, and it is his understanding that everyone buried in this area were large contributors to the church with money and/or land. Harriett (Mynatt) Churchman, wife of Joseph Blackburn Churchman, is buried in the larger part of the cemetery.

Genealogy of Billy Boy Loftin

This site was created by Billy Boy Loftin. The surnames that are listed in this site are Blevins, Bradberry, Churchman, Farley, Garrison, Goldston, Herd, Loftin, Sweatt, Trout, Funkhouser, Garrett, Jenkins, Long, Nuggent, Rich, Vaughn, Vaughan, and Williams.

Chester County Pennsylvania Genealogy Site

Chester County, Pennsylvania was settled by Quakers, including William Penn and John Curchman, in the late 1600's. This genealogy site has information about the home of the original immigrant of the Churchman family.

Saffron Walden, England Website

Saffron Walden lies in the north-west corner of Essex. With its narrow streets and ancient houses, it is a quintessential English market town. By-passed by the Industrial Revolution, it has retained much of its medieval charm. This site has information on the birthplace of John Churchman, the emmigrant to America.

Last updated: 8/05/00 - Send comments to Vici Churchman