|Creator:||Cate, Margaret Davis, 1888-1961|
|Title:||Family connections of Samuel Rufus Jones (photostat)|
|Quantity:||0.2 Linear feet (2 oversized folders B)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of genealogical charts of the Jones and allied families of Georgia. The charts were prepared by Margaret Davis Cate, an historian and genealogist of Sea Island, Georgia.|
Alfred W. Jones, the owner of the charts, was son of Samuel Rufus Jones, 1858-1931, of Sea Island, Georgia.
Margaret Davis Cate, a woman of many careers, was credited for developing historical interest that led to designation of Ft. Frederica as a national monument. She was a teacher, postmaster, leader of the Glynn County Planning Board, leader of the city planning commission, leader of the Glynn County Board of Public Welfare, vice president of the Georgia Historical Society, president of the Glynn County League of Women Voters, president of the Brunswick's Women Club, and the author of several books and articles.
Family connections of Samuel Rufus Jones (photostat). MS 1632. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.
Copied from originals created by Margaret Davis Cate and owned by Alfred W. Jones in Decemer 1980.
See also Margaret Davis Cate collection, MS 1217.