by GTCal 10 years, 9 months
The information I have gathered is based on original BDM certificates, Cenus from Ancestry.com, contacts through genes reunited, & family members.
Henry Calladine is my great Grandfather, he was born in 1865 the eldest son of William...
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I started researching my family tree when I was just a kid after my grandpa died in the 80s. I began by asking my grandparents who their brothers and sisters were, their parents' names and from whence they came. Then they started giving me their...
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If in researching your German ancestors, you think they may have come from the Port of Hamburg, this website link is for you.
Although it is user-pay service once you commit yourself...you can actually do as many searches as you like first up....
These sites do a lot to explain about the arrival of the Germans in Australia.
German Australia - German Speakers in Australia
(Click on Issues, Reasons for Emigrating, What effects did WWI have on German speakers in Australia...)
Caution is generally advised to all who enter their precious family tree data on the internet in general.
I have seen all too many details on the living at the various gene sites such as genesreunited, gencircles, rootsweb world connect family...
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Ernest (or Ernst) JAHN was my 2g grandfather born 1851 in the Harz Mountains (Kingdom of Hanover), Germany. It is not known when he emigrated to England but he married my 2g grandmother 16 May 1875 St.Lukes Church, St.James, Westminster, England,...
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Samuel Elbert Wiseman, Sam, was born in Vernon, Missouri. He had a sister named Ann who married a Veatch and moved to Rocky Ford, Colorado.
He also had a brother, Tom, who had a daughter named Lucy. Another sister was Lucy. No information on...
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am looking for info on Francois Xavier Arosen who married Eunice Williams of Deerfield, Mass. in Sept. 1696, who had been captured during the French and Indian War in Deerfield Mass.
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I am researching Thomas Chapple born in 1849 in Farnham Green, Essex, England. His father was also Thomas Chapple.
Thomas married Sussanah Alice Parr, who was born in 1840 in Gedney, Licolnshire, England. Sussanah was the middle daughter of...
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Any information on STEVENS (roundy) of St Ives Cornwall UK
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The earliest record I have of Patrick O'Callahan (b ~ 1815, parents Denis and Ellen per death certificate) and Margaret Sweeney O'Callahan (b ~ 1830) is the birth of a daughter, Johanna, in 1849 in New York (inferred from later census). I don't...
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THE NAME OF ALLARDYCE AND EARLY MENTION OF THOSE WHO BORE IT. (BY WILLIAM H. ALLARDYCE, 1923) ... extract below:-
It has been proven that the Allardyce family is of Norman descent by Nisbit, "System of Heraldy."
William or Will Davenport/Dovenport b.1891 KY. married Lillian Hayes/Hays b/.1892 Ashland, KY in Ky. They had 5 children
William, Viola May, Charles, Idabelle, Luella, and Richard in 1934. They lived in Ashland for awhile were some of their...
Dear fellow FamilyTreeCircle members, since posting this message I have been able to stretch my tree out to the 1500s to my AMOR ancestors at Bishops Canning, Wiltshire.
Looking for any links with this family:-
George AMOR (3g grandfather)...
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I'm quite proud of all the farmers, convicts, agricultural labourers, yeomen, etc. that I have in my tree. But more importantly, I feel for all the silent voices of women of whom you usually can't find anything about.
More often than not their...
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