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Researching BREWINGTON
by CapnDad 7 years, 10 months ago
Looking for the BREWINGTON line in Worcester Co., MD. John William LAMBERTSON, b. 1789 Snow Hill, MD married Priscilla Jane BREWINGTON in 1808 in Worcester Co, MD. They settled in Moore's Hill, Dearborn Co., IN and are buried there. Many extended...
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Holdgate Family (Norfolk, England to Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
by verdun1950 7 years, 10 months ago
Heather Holdgate - Born 08 Dec 1950; Montreal, Quebec, Canada Gordon Holdgate (brother) - Born 01 Jan 1956, Montreal, Quebec Parents: Father: Horace Gordon Holdgate - b. 19 Aug 1927, Montreal, Quebec Mother: Elizabeth Anne Maltby - b....
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Looking for BASHUM in West Virginia and/or Virginia
by CapnDad 7 years, 10 months ago
Mary Elizabeth BASHUM married Lewis TACKETT abt. 1791, probably in Kanawha Co., VA. During the Civil War, West Virginia was formed and this county was included in the new state. The undocumented information I have is that her father's name was...
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Seeking BALL of New Jersey and Ohio
by CapnDad 7 years, 10 months ago
Seeking ancestors of Rachel BALL, b. 22 Dec. 1750, Newark NJ; d. 1824, Bethel OH. Married Benjamin CRANE 1770 in Essex Co., OH. The undocumented information I have is: Rachel>Timothy>Thomas.
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looking for smiths from millstone kentucky
by nanny3657 7 years, 10 months ago
I AM TRYING TO LOCATE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT MY FATHERS FAMILY.HIS NAME WAS ARCHIE COLUMBUS SMITH AT BIRTH. HE WAS BORN IN MILLSTONE KENTUCKY ON 08-21-1905. HE MARRIED BEULAH DOLLARHIDE ON 09-30-1931 (MY MOTHER)HIS MOTHER WAS MARTHA HAMPTON HIS...
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looking for smiths from millstone kentucky
by nanny3657 7 years, 10 months ago
I AM TRYING TO LOCATE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT MY FATHERS FAMILY.HIS NAME WAS ARCHIE COLUMBUS SMITH AT BIRTH. HE WAS BORN IN MILLSTONE KENTUCKY ON 08-21-1905. HE MARRIED BEULAH DOLLARHIDE ON 09-30-1931 (MY MOTHER)HIS MOTHER WAS MARTHA HAMPTON HIS...
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barassin
by c.robilliard 7 years, 10 months ago
August Theodore Barassin born about 1819-1825,this is the first Barassin to move to channel islands,still trying to find where in France he was born.
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Joseph Rocco Buonassisi
by OSU_BULLET 7 years, 10 months ago
My Step-Mother-In-Law's, Grandfather's name was, Joseph Rocco Buonassisi. He was born in Italy, in the 1886. Joseph, was was married to Mary Freiner- Buonassisi. Their children were, Carmilina Elizabeth "Carol", and Robert F. "Bob" and...
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Sebire Genealogy
by c.robilliard 7 years, 10 months ago
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ENGLAND: Some families of Bromham and Chittoe, Wiltshire - birth, marriage, burial details from Parish Records...
by allycat 7 years, 10 months ago
Rebecca KNEE christened at Bromham 11 Jan 1784 to a John and Mary. Also: 1 Nov 1789 - William to John and Mary of Chitto, (this is a hamlet of Bromham) 26 Apr 1795 - Mary to John and Mary of Chitto 3 Dec 1797 - Elizabeth to John and Mary of...
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Would like more info on Albert & Alice Johnson Slate
by vicbaldwin 7 years, 10 months ago
1. ALICE ISABELLA3 JOHNSON (JAMES2, JAMES D.1) was born 07 Feb 1889, and died 08 Apr 1972 in Hanford, Ca. Hanford cemetery. She married ALBERT STEWART SLATE 01 Nov 1907 in Douglas Co. Mo., son of JOHN Bethel SLATE and MARY DAVIS. He was born 18...
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Quillin Clan of Ohio
by ohiosuz12 7 years, 10 months ago
My Quillin history as I know it back to me.If their are any corrections please notify me @ ohioquillinclan@yahoo.com and I will try and correct it at once. Also will add add'l info if asked. Thanks, Susan Quillin-Thompson Descendants...
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Looking for any info on my James D.Johnson
by vicbaldwin 7 years, 10 months ago
1. JAMES D.1 JOHNSON1 was born 07 Jan 1837 in Kentucky. He married MARGARET C JONES2 30 Mar 1858 in Bowling Green, Warren Co, KY, daughter of JAMES JONES and MARY ?. She was born 15 Aug 1839 in Warren County, KY, and died 30 Dec 1926 in Mtn...
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Evans family from Llangynog Wales
by shasimaus 7 years, 10 months ago
Robert Evans married Sinah ????; the children of this marriage were: David Evan Evans ch. 16 Dec 1813 Llangynog Wales Jane Evans ch. 11 Feb 1816 " John Evans ch. 15 Aug 1819 " Anne Evans ch. 27 Jan...
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Looking for family of Bernard McGowan - Glasgow Scotland
by shasimaus 7 years, 10 months ago
Bernard McGowan believed born 12 Jan, baptised 13 Jan 1813 at St Andrew's Glasgow; lawful son of John ?Millowen? and lawful wife Eleonore ?Ferroll, Farrell or Carroll?. According to Glasgow Herald Sept 18 1829 - Barnard McGowan caught...
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medieval Carden
by Dave Calladine 7 years, 10 months ago
The origins of a separate manor of Carden are obscure. Ormerod conjectured that Carden was a single manor until the reign of Edward I (1272-1307) before being divided into Over and Nether Carden. The family that held the manor took the local name...
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Saxon Carden
by Dave Calladine 7 years, 10 months ago
The origins of townships in Cheshire are obscure, although by the time most of them enter the light of recorded history, in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, they are clearly part of a well-organised system. Recent scholarship has tended to...
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Samuel COOMBE 1828 Lewannick Cornwall
by marlin1945 7 years, 10 months ago
Samuel COOMBE is the seventh child of John COOMBE and Jane (Jenny) SARGENT - see journal. Samuel migrated to Australia and then went to the Victorian Gold fields and struck it rich. He was able to build a home for his family and establish...
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Carden Park
by Dave Calladine 7 years, 10 months ago
The Carden Park estate is now part of the St David's Hotel Group and home to two full-size golf courses, a golf academy, a large hotel and a conference complex. The estate, once the part of the estate lands of William Leche, can be found...
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DNA Geneolgy, Carden Project
by Dave Calladine 7 years, 10 months ago
The use of DNA for genealogy relies on the fact that the portion called the Y-chromosome is passed unaltered from father to son over very many generations, except for the rare occurrence of a mutation affecting one element (called a marker)....
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