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Senior West Yorkshire 1675-1850, Lancashire 1848 Plus
by DPWOODIES 9 years ago
We are researching the following families:- WOODCOCK: England,incl (Stratford Essex 1770-1900,Hammersmith London 1900-1980,Bromley Kent1850-1900; Hipswell Yorkshire, 1940-1957 Adelaide South Australia 1850-present and Sydney NSW Aust...
2 comments, latest 8 years, 1 month ago
by quirk_cantwell 9 years ago
CAUTION: I have made an attempt to connect these Leers but I cannot guarantee I have done it correctly. I am hoping someone can help or correct me if I am wrong. I am a direct descendant from William Richard Leer and Charlotte Jane Sutton. In my...
3 comments, latest 8 years, 3 months ago
by cmbad1 9 years ago
My name is Chris, I live in California, USA. My Fathers name was Michael Stephen Melher, his father was Stephen Ernest Melher, and my grandfathers mother was Magdalana Melher, I know my grandfather was born in Budapest, but I do not know much more...
My Howard Genealogy
by jimhoward 9 years ago
I have traced my Howard genealogy back to the English Royal Howards. This is no surprise, actually, because most Howard's can do that. What was especially difficult for me was tracing my ancestors from North Carolina, then Maryland, then...
1 comment, latest 8 years, 5 months ago
The West and Hatten Connection
by jackie031341 9 years ago
My gggrandfather, Thomas West left North Carolina in the 1840's and traveled southeast. He arrived in Mississippi and married Mary Allen. Then they went on south to Louisiana and settled in Rapides Parish. They were the parents of six children...
ann stancliffe
by pipoiser 9 years ago
Mary Baker & Joseph Keirle of Somerset and Illinois, USA
by Julie07 9 years ago
2 comments, latest 8 years, 9 months ago
Elizabeth Baker daughter of Joseph & Betsey of South Petherton, Somerset, England.
by Julie07 9 years ago
ELIZABETH BAKER was the Grandaughter of William Pitman and Mary Raison of South Petherton, Somerset, England, and daughter of Joseph Baker and Betsey nee Pitman of South Petherton. Elizabeth was registered Yeovil in the March quarter of 1841....
My ancestors named "Frazier" also spelled their name "Fraiser"
by csb5100 9 years ago
On some records, such as the Ohio civil war record and Warrensburg, Mo, burial record for William "S" Fraiser, born around 1832 or earlier, was spelled differently than subsequent generations, who spelled the name "frazier."...
1 comment, latest 8 years, 8 months ago
My ancestors "frazier
by csb5100 9 years ago