From Harleyville to Beulah Land
Do the sins of the father affect subsequent generations like the Bible says in Numbers 14:18? If so, how? Is it through genes, tragedies or both? The story tells of how John I. Harley's misdeeds affected his family. Because of his mistakes there are repercussions in subsequent generations. The numerous ways his actions seem to have affected his family is pointed out in nine of the chapters.
From Harleyville to Beulah Land contains many human interest stories about family members as well as insights into conditions and places in South Carolina from the 1800s. All who love family history as well as those related through the Harley, Livingston, Williams, Williamson, Bullock, Carn, and Baggott family lines will find this book a must have. Many pictures, family recipes and an index are included.
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I recently purchased the book written by June Gardner From Harleyville to Beulah Land and enjoyed reading the story of the Harley family. The way the family was presented made them come to life and I could almost feel the pain, trials and joys that June so vividly described. From a genealogical standpoint it made the people seem more real and from an historical standpoint a new understanding of what they endured. I especially enjoyed the history of the areas that they lived and the events that coincided with their lives. I strongly encourage anyone that is interested in the history of the areas she highlighted to read this book and anyone who has an interest in genealogy to read it.
- Peggy M. Phalen
From Harleyville to Beulah Land chronicles a fascinating family history from a Christian perspective—all while revealing the joys,mistakes, and sorrows of past generations, ultimately illustrating God’s loving forgiveness
of all who accept Him into their hearts.