LINKS

CEMETERY PAGES

http://www.geocities.com/metroarchives/percypriestintro.html/ PERCY PRIEST CEMETERY RELOCATION PROJECT (a listing of the graves moved for the construction of Percy Priest Dam and Reservoir, showing the name of each deceased person, the date of death, and original place of burial)
http://davidsoncocemeterysurvey.com/Cemeteries/A/binkley_steele_cemetery.htm/ BINKLEY-STEELE CEMETERY (includes the grave of Joseph Shackleford Binkley, son of Frederick Binkley and Adeline Shackleford, plus graves of other members of his family)

MORAVIAN PAGES

http://www.rhmoravian.org/our_churches/bethania.htmlBETHANIA MORAVIAN CHURCH (a brief history of the Moravian community at Bethania, North Carolina, and of its congregation, from the Web site of the Rolling Hills Moravian Church in Longwood, Florida)
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/5263/history.htmHISTORY OF BETHANIA MORAVIAN CHURCH (from an outdated Web site of the Bethania congregation)
http://www.moravian.orgHOME PAGE OF THE MORAVIAN CHURCH (beliefs and practices of the Moravian Church, catalog of books and CD's. Can sign up to receive the Moravian devotional guide Daily Texts, published for over 250 years, by e-mail.)
http://www.enter.net/~smschlackMORAVIAN CHURCH GENEALOGY LINKS (a large collection of links related to Moravian genealogy, compiled by Susan Schlack)
http://www.moravianmusic.org/MORAVIAN MUSIC FOUNDATION HOME PAGE (Information about Moravian music, Moravian concert schedules, catalog of Moravian music CD's for sale)

EUROPEAN PAGES

http://badonpierre.free.fr/salmpierre/mfrancois.html/ MONIQUE FRANCOIS'S PAGES (the genealogy and history of the residents of Ban de La Roche, the area of Alsace where Peter Binkley lived before he came to America. In French.)

MUSEUM PAGES

http://www.thehermitage.com/ THE HERMITAGE, HOME OF PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON (history, special events, membership, museum store, facility rentals)
http://www.shakermuseum.com/ THE SHAKER MUSEUM AT SOUTH UNION KENTUCKY (information about the Shakers and the Shaker community where Adeline Shackleford Binkley's father and stepmother spent their last years, including links to other Shaker Web sites; online store, transcriptions from Shaker records)
http://www.travellersrestplantation.org/ TRAVELLERS REST PLANTATION AND MUSEUM (history of the plantation that Frederick Binkley helped build; information about the museum, its educational programs, membership and volunteer opportunities, rental for special occasions)

SURNAME PAGES

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/i/c/Ronald-E-Richardson/?Welcome=1065468967BENNETT,BINKLEY,BOUCHER,CAGLE,CARNEY,DEMONBREUN AND MORE (Ronald Richardson's site, with information on Binkleys and Binkley-related families, particularly from Davidson and Cheatham Counties in Tennessee. Includes a number of photos and articles.)
http://binckley.zionweb.org/index.shtmlBINCKLEY-BINKLEY FAMILY WEB SITE (devoted to all Binckley-Binkley families, with emphasis on the descendants of Captain Christian M. Binkley of Pennsylvania and Ohio)
http://www.internetbaglady.com/genealogy/index.html?PHPSESSID=e3f5268e7b6e5661772ee6dfebc49b24CROOKED CREEK GENEALOGY (includes data and photographs, particularly relating to Amanda Binkley, daughter of Isaac Binkley and Martha Wilson and wife of Elisha Owens of Wright County, Missouri.)
http://www.fmoran.comTHE JARVIS FAMILY & OTHER RELATIVES (Faye Jarvis and Elizabeth Harris' site, extensive information on many North Carolina Moravian families)

CENSUS PAGES

http://www.censusfinder.com/ CENSUS FINDER (links to census images and transcriptions online.)

COUNTY PAGES

http://www.rootsweb.com/~tncheath/cheatham.html CHEATHAM COUNTY, TENNESSEE, GENWEB PAGE (information and links for genealogy in Cheatham County, the home of many descendants of Peter Binkley since its formation in 1856)
http://tngenweb.org/dickson/ DICKSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, GENWEB PAGE (information and links for genealogy in Dickson County, the home of a number of descendants of Frederick Binkley and Adeline Shackleford)
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tndyer/ DYER COUNTY, TENNESSEE, GENWEB PAGE (information and links for genealogy in Dyer County, another county where Tennessee Binkleys settled)
http://tngenweb.org/franklin/ FRANKLIN COUNTY, TENNESSEE, GENWEB PAGE (information and links for genealogy in Franklin County, where James Guthrie Binkley, son of Frederick Binkley and Adeline Shackleford, settled with his family. Related surnames are Gilmer, Ake, Harris, and Engles.)
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnrober2/ ROBERTSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, GENWEB PAGE (information and links for genealogy in Robertson County, where Binkleys and Freys settled before 1800.)
http://www.kygenweb.net/crittenden/index.html CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, GENWEB PAGE (information and links for genealogy in Crittenden County, where several of the children and grandchildren of Frederick Binkley and Adeline Shackleford settled after 1850.)
http://www.kygenweb.net/livingston/index.html LIVINGSTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, GENWEB PAGE (information and links for genealogy in Livingston County, where several of the children and grandchildren of Frederick Binkley and Adeline Shackleford settled after 1850.)

MISCELLANEOUS PAGES

http://travel.nostalgiaville.com/Tennessee/Cheatham/cheatham%20county/cheatham%20county.htm NOSTALGIAVILLE - CHEATHAM COUNTY (Nostalgiaville's site includes pictures and information on Cheatham County, Tennessee, which I have dubbed "the Binkley capital of the world.")
http://travel.nostalgiaville.com/Tennessee/Davidson/37076hermitage/hermitage1.htm NOSTALGIAVILLE - HERMITAGE (Nostalgiaville's site includes Hermitage information and pictures, including one of the historic New Hope Baptist Church. Peter Fuqua, one of the congregation's founders, officiated at several Binkley marriages.)
http://www.pddoc.com/copyright COPY RIGHT, COPY SENSE (by Michael Patrick Goad. One of the best sites I have found about copyright law for the genealogist. In particular read Goad's article "Copyright Fundamentals for Genealogists.")


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