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Joseph Elbert McGee (McGhee) Abt 1835 South Carolina Married Louisa Tarpley, December 24, 1856 Henry County, Georgia Possible enlistment Civil War in Clayton County, Georgia Possible tax digest Henry County, Georgia 8 children
by slee1949 1 week, 4 days ago
Death certificates of some of children list name of father as J.E. McGee or Joe McGee. No census found other than 1850 census in South Carolina
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Long time stand still James & Elizabeth BROWN - Arrived in South Australia in 1836 from ? in England on the Cygnet . James a carpenter was under contract with Col William Light. Later to settle in Maldon Victoria Australia
by wigglez70 1 week, 4 days ago
Unable to get past a seemingly solid Brick wall:( My 3x Great Grandfather was James Brown born 1806 supposedly Somerset & married Elizabeth BROWN m/n BROWN in 1829 Hanover Square, England Elizabeth was supposedly born/ christened...
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Trying to find Thomas Bastin's heritage....
by 5thGenNzBastin 1 week, 4 days ago
In a NZ newspaper dated 13/1/1917, Mr Thomas Bastin received advice from England that hos younger brother, Captain E Bastin was killed in action on November 13 in France. Sympathetic references to him appear in Kent newspapers. Capt E Bastin...
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Joseph Detloff. He was Lithuanian and married a woman named Anne Kaldis. Lifed on south side of Chicago.
by elainerios 1 week, 4 days ago
They had2 daughters. Elaine and Carole. I'm the daughter of Elaine and have hit a wall
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Marshalls of Ormskirk
by Janeyc 1 week, 4 days ago
HiI am fairly new to this ancestors are MARSHALL from ormskirk so far I know My father was Colin MARSHALL who was born in Sept 1934 to Margery MARSHALL born 1905 to John Marshall born 1871 and Ann MARSHALL was Rimmer born 1876 they resided at 58 a...
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Does anyone have connections with family in Sicily, Italy with a last name similar to Clipse or Clips?
by NanniJan 1 week, 4 days ago
My great grandfather migrated from Italy to the US around 1905. He left Italy under adverse circumstances, never returned, didn't learn to speak fluent English, and left no clues to his family except to say he was from Sicily. His name was...
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I have reached a brick wall with my 2nd gg grandfather, Matthew Jackson born in c 1792 in Derbyshire, England.
by Royj 1 week, 4 days ago
Matthew Jackson was a coalminer who married Elizabeth Kenyon 2 April 1820 at Duffield, Derbyshire where they had 4 children. At the time of the 1841 Census the family had moved to Oldham, Lancashire, England where 5 more children were born....
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John McTavish
by Brucee 1 week, 5 days ago
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Haworth or Purdy of England, 1800s
by gillianmhr 1 week, 5 days ago
This is my first journal posting at this site. I have been attempting to find details of my English/Irish paternal ancestors through the surnames HAWORTH, PURDY and HOMEWOOD for about 2 years. My motivation came when I was writing a...
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Kate McCoy
by hughie54 1 week, 5 days ago
Looking for information on Kate McCoy,from Ireland who married Patrick O'Reilly in Manhattan in 1920.Have information prior to her coming to New York and getting married. Nothing after that.Did she have any children etc.
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Still looking for Great Aunt Anne McCoy and Great Uncle James McCoy.
by hughie54 1 week, 5 days ago
Anne was born in March 1866 in Ardee County Louth Ireland.Her Parents were Bernard McCoy and Catherine Matthews.She emigrated to New York.Do not know the year.She came from a large family.Her sisters Kate and Jane also emigrated to New York.Even...
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The Eager Family
by jegar 1 week, 5 days ago
In response to the query on James Henry Eager of South Africa. As far as I know William Frederick Eager, father of same, was the son of Edward Eagar who was married to Johanna Bossert in Capetown. Edward was the son of Tallis and Julia Barton of...
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What's the most interesting story in your family tree?
by Scott_J 1 week, 5 days ago
I've got a few mayflower ancestors, but none of those stories feel very unique or "real" to me. Maybe because they're so well known. Do you have a great story?
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Does anyone have a family tree that links to me?
by SZL1981 1 week, 6 days ago
Stewart Zachary Lambert-Born 03-29-1981, in Joneboro, Arkansas.
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I am looking to find the ancestors of Thomas Trumble who was born approx 1810 in Ireland? He came to NZ in 1850 with his family and I familiar with what happened since their arrival. They arrived in NZ on board the Mariner in 1850 departing London.
by Robinowen 1 week, 6 days ago
Thomas Trumble was married to Jane (nee Robinson) and they had a number of children, some of whom were born in the UK. I am not able to find his place of birth/birth record and it seems that he didn't exist prior to departing for New Zealand. Any...
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Early Gordons in Virginia
by LookieLoo 1 week, 6 days ago
My earliest known proven Gordon is William Gordon, b. abt. 1795. He was the father of my 3x gr. grandfather Thomas Jefferson Gordon who married Mary Kendall. They had 13 children and lived in Warren County. Is anyone researching this line of...
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