Schedule for the
Welcome to the first SORRELL/S Reunion
to be held this year in Nashville, Davidson Co.,TN
5:00 p.m. Begin gathering at Best Western Banquet Room for
dinner per person (reservationsrequired)
Agenda: See Below
Saturday Breakfast -On You Own
Back in the Banquet Room to get
Lunch. Order your meal above.
Music will be provided by Mark
Sorrells-All that Jazz! His web site is at the following http://www.marksorrells.com.
Friday evening will be an opportunity to
other family members and
exchange family history.
Haplogroups and DNA Tests
Program Agenda for the First Sorrell/s
Reunion, July 8-9, 2005
Russell B. Sorrells, Administrator of The Sorrells DNA group study and
Sherry Sorrells Finchum, co-administrator
Vivian Bales, Missouri, Early Sorrells lines of Virginia (Thomas
Sorrells line, Westmoreland Co. Va.)
James Lee Sorrell, III, Ohio- William Sorrell, b. 1730, VA
Sherry Sorrells Finchum, Jefferson City, TN- Edward Sorrell, b. 1730, VA
Sherry S. Finchum- Needom Sorrell line
Neale Sorrels, Oregon- William Sorrels, b. 1823, TN
The below lines all descend from Richard Sorrells, Sr. 1707/1708
*Russell Sorrells, Bell Buckle, TN- Richard Sorrell, Sr., b.
c.1707/1708, probably VA & Richard Sorrells, Jr., b. c. 1744,
VA- Charles Sorrells, b. 1776 line
*Thelma Faye Prince , Parlin, NJ- Richard Sorrels, Sr. & Richard
Sorrells, Jr., b. c. 1744, VA- William Alexander Sorrells, b. 1774 line
*John Sorrells, Sr. , b. c. 1730- Will 1813, Rutherford Co. NC, recite
*Gladys Brooks & Lois Russ , KY- JohnSorrell, Jr.&William
Sorrells, Butler Co. KY
*Helen Sorrell- LA- David Sorrells and Sarah Petty, Butler Co. KY
*James Carroll Sorrells, Waco. TX- Walter Sorrells, b. 1732, VA, son
*Kathy Sorrels Nauman, AR- John, b. 1760 NC, David, b. 1802
*Barbara Ash Heleine, Illinois- Green Sorrels, b. 1780/1790, Laurence
*Thomas Wilson, Missouri- Samuel Jackson Sorrells, Gilmer Co. Ga.
Saturday morning we will continue to share our
family lines. After lunch, there will be an opportunity
to chat, to take photos, and to exchange family info or vist
a Nashville attraction or the Tennessee State Archives and Library to
continue your southern research.
Do come and enjoy!