have now shared all the research that I currently have on the Sharp family in North Carolina. I will continue to update past posts as I gain any new information from readers of this blog or other sources. I will keep this blog active to share information and receive feedback from you. As I stated in the introduction, I created this as a changing history to be modified by inputs from others through the web. I invite you to take a look and let me know what you think. This is an update of the summary post first done in September, 07. There have now been over 36,082 pages views of this blog and 200 comments on the 80 posts. I welcome more.
Also, check out the Ives Family History Blog. My grandmother Gladys Sharp married Sumner Albert Ives joining the two families. Look in the categories on the right side to find information on the Sharps, Powells, Parkers, Winbournes, and Hares, as well as information on Southern food and travel and general genealogy issues. I will continue to post on general genealogy issues on occasion and share any new information on the Sharps.
Below is a 2015 photo of the house that my grandfather built in Harrellsville, NC for his young family and wife, Glady Sharp Ives. Beside it is photo of the small cemetery in Harrellsville where many Sharps are buried, including my great grandparents.