Looking for members of father-in-law's family. Parents were
Fred & Fern (Figgins) Kennison. Looking for Figgins, Codding, Kennison
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Searching long lost relatives seems to be a never ending journey through time and space of everyones'memory, good or bad.
I'm trying to find parents of William H. McKinney, and spouse Ida B. Shoptaugh of Indiana, Kentucky or Illinois.
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I have only been able to find one of my Farmer family.Hiram Farmer was a steam engineer in 1870. I would guess he worked on ships and Ferrys but, I really don't know. He was married to Emily Field, the sister of my gr-grandmother,Lydia. They had...
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I'm looking for information about Aaron D. Amos and family. Aaron was born about 1852 in Salem Township in Meigs County, Ohio. He married Nancy Ann Hawk/Houk July 24, 1873 in Meigs County. She was born around 1852 in PA or Ohio. They had five...
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This is a link to an excellent website that covers baptisms, marriages and burials 1600s to 1800s for the following areas: Bicknoller, Crowcombe, East Quantoxhead, Elworthy, Holford, Kilton, Kilve, Leighland,...
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Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members, someone else passed on this website to me, and at first I didn't think much of it genealogy-wise until I clicked on the library and found available two FREE downloadable e-books in .pdf format.
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Dear Members, Perhaps you may find this website link interesting if you have these surnames in your tree. This site is dedicated to the history of the Broady and Bray families in England.
Other related family names include: Cory, Dadd,...
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my son is looking for the father he hasnt seen in abot 36 yrs..we were divorced and never kept in touch. we had 2 sons david who is 41 and richard who is 39..thay are desperate to meet their dad even though it has been so long..anyone knowing of...
I was told that my greatgrandparents changed the spelling of their last name (Nisbet)when they came to the United States. I'm not sure of the spelling, but I know it was changed because of , well, questionable characters in the family. I would...
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