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Midway, 17 Feb 2012Midway 17 Feb 2012

Midway Church, 17 February 2012Midway 17 Feb 2012

St-James Santee church, 25 July 2010St-James Santee church 25 July 2010

Midway, 3 Mar 2010
3 Mar 2010

Quarterman Dates:

December 23
1574: Assasination of Charles de Guise., (Plotted by Catharina de Médicis)
1783: Washington resigns, as United States Army's commander-in-chief
1825: Lowndes Co., Thomas Co. Source: PHLC
1913: US Federal Reserve system, authorized
1973: Six Persian Gulf nations double their oil prices,
2012: Fatima 3,
Third secret of Fatima

December 24
1814: War of 1812 [end], Source: ToW
1814: Treaty of Ghent, Source: ToW
1814: Treaty of Ghent, signed ending War of 1812. (This news did not arrive until after Battle of New Orleans.)
1851: Fire devastates Library of Congress, in Wash destroys 35 000 volumes
1865: Ku Klux Klan, Several Confederate veterans form the Ku Klux Klan in Pulaski Tn.
2012: Nazi leaders put on trial at Nuremberg Germany. 1945, 20 November


One characteristic of all Quarterman families seems to be that they like books: reading them and writing them.

We have here a list of basic books about Quartermans.

We include material about the book we wrote: Quarterman Family of Liberty County, Georgia and Relatives.


There are at least four major Quarterman families in America:
  • The Liberty County, Georgia Quartermans, who arrived there in 1752, to South Carolina in 1695, and probably before that from Oxfordshire.
  • The African-American Quartermans, who are centered on the southeast U.S. coast from Georgia to New York. They took their name from the first group above.
  • The Camden County, Georgia Quartermans, whose ancestors came from Oxfordshire in the middle of the nineteenth century.
  • The Pennsylvania and Indiana Quartermans, origin possibly Ireland.
There are many more Quarterman, Quatremaine, etc. families.


The Quatremaines are presumed to be of Norman origin and to have arrived in England about a century after William the Conqueror. Their center in England is Oxfordshire.

In the United States, the main center of Quarterman history is Liberty County, Georgia, and more specifically Midway Church.

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