Gurganus Family History & Genealogy
Biographies & Family Trees
Find records of Gurganuses by their first name:
- Ab Gurganus to Athan Gurganus
- Aubrey Gurganus to Carrie Gurganus
- Carroll Gurganus to Daisy Gurganus
- Dalila Gurganus to Eliza Gurganus
- Elizabeth Gurganus to Gene Gurganus
- Geneva Gurganus to Hulda Gurganus
- Icylene Gurganus to Jody Gurganus
- Joe Gurganus to Kristen Gurganus
- Lacy Gurganus to Lottie Gurganus
- Louis Gurganus to Mavis Gurganus
- May Gurganus to Onwood Gurganus
- Opal Gurganus to Robbin Gurganus
- Robert Gurganus to Stephen Gurganus
- Steven Gurganus to Velma Gurganus
- Vera Gurganus to Woody Gurganus
Most Common First Names
- John 3.6%
- William 3.4%
- James 3.3%
- Robert 2.1%
- Mary 2.0%
- George 1.7%
- Charles 1.2%
- Ronnie 1.0%
- David 0.9%
- Joseph 0.9%
Gurganus Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Gurganus family.
Gurganus Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 763 people with the last name Gurganus that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Gurganus family on AncientFaces.
If you have a garden,you always wait to pick the collard greens after the first frost,these collard greens will be alot sweeter.
Next: Wash them real good.Then break them up or what ever you want to do with them.I break them with my hands,stems and all.Next I put them in a big pot of water with 2 tablespoons of bacon grease,salt,pepper,side meat(ham bits or what ever meat you might have in the freezer) and some oinion.
Cook down nice and tender,let sit until amost cool,so the collards can mix with the seasons.
My grandmother always added a littler sugar to take the bite out of the seasons of the collards.
When things are cooled down,store in frig until next day,collards are always better eaten the next day.
This recipe was taught to me by mother and handed down to her from her mother.