Looking for people with the surname of Yarndley
by Dee_14 2 days, 4 hours ago
Hi my name is Christine Yarndley, I would really like to know what my family history is. Yarndley is a very unusual surname for people to have so I have found it quite hard to find information on Yarndley history. So please if you know of anyone...
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Looking for Shaw, Springfield, Ohio
by docmds2 7 years, 3 months ago
I am Michael second son of William David Shaw of Springfield, Ohio. Who was son of William Shaw born Scotland, Arrived in USA when he was 16 yrs old. And Lulu (unknown) Mother was Patricia Kiser of Springfield, Ohio. Daughter of Bernard Kiser...
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by Massengale_Marlowe 1 day, 5 hours ago
My father was John Clyde Marlowe 1925-1970. His parents were William Austin Marlowe 1898-1964 and Myrtle Marie Hewlett 1904-1968. William\'s parents were James L. Marlow 1874-unk. and Ida F. Green 1881-1901. Myrtle\'s parents were Katie Cowans...
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William, Lavinia and Winnie Jordon, Winnie and Jack Crofts of Perth Western Australia
by jdlove605 2 days, 5 hours ago
I am looking for any information about Wiiliam Tilden Jordon, Lavinia Jordon, Winnie Jordon Crofts and Jack Crofts.
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My Burnham line
by Nancy1940 6 years, 7 months ago
My Burnham line runs from my father George W. Burnham born in Massachusetts to Benjamin Burnham in Epsom, New Hampshire then to England. I have always had trouble getting past Benjamin, but family says he is connected to the Burnhams who arrived...
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Looking for Swarbrick's of Salford, Lancashire
by Mancitypaul 1 day, 9 hours ago
I believe I have traced my family as far back as 1766 with Peter Swarbrick who married Betty Shalcross in that year I can, however, find no other Swarbrick prior to Peter in the Salford/Manchester area that are related to him I Suspect that he...
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my life
by bigzman275 5 days, 5 hours ago
i was born in yokashowa(don't know how to spell) japan on February 6 1996. my father was (and still is) in the military. my dads name is Otto Albert Phillips name is Zechariah Phillips
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Looking for Information on Isabella Pendergast
by Patsch 2 days, 1 hour ago
Isabella Pendergast, my Grandmother, was born in Manchester, UK around 1886 and emigrated to Australia in the early 1900's. Her lifetime partner was John Augustine Leslie. I would like to know more information about her family in the UK. Hope...
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I would like to find all of the Bampton Family from Eton Buckinghamshi...
by Ron_D 11 years, 3 months ago
I would like to find all of the Bampton Family from Eton Buckinghamshire from England who are related to my ggrandfather George Bampton
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looking for information on Gerhart Dideka/Wesche
by cuddles226 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Gerhart was the father of Johann Henry William Wesche who was my 2nd great grandfather. Any information would be welcomed. Thanks
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Looking for Patrick Fahey of Gort, Galway, Ireland
by Hudson_Seed_Cole_Fahey 1 month, 1 week ago
Patrick Fahey born 1831 in Gort, Galway, Ireland. Wanted info on parents etc in Ireland. Died 9th December 1917 in Waikouaiti, Otago, NZ. 2nd December 1859 married Mary Eliza Sale born 1835 in St Mary's, Dublin, Ireland. Died 1st January...
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The Wisconsin Cartters
by carycartter 7 years, 3 months ago
In 1973, my paternal grandfather, Bruce Lanpher CARTTER, published a book outlining the travels of his grandfather, James Bruce, as he looked for a place to settle and raise a family. I am in the process of updating that book, first...
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Finding my Tesner Line!
by TheSandlapper 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Bessie Mae Tessener Burrell 1897-1934 who married Charlie Albert Burrell 1891-1975.These are my GreatGrandparents.Charlie Albert was from Paint Fork ,North Carolina.Bessie mother was Rosa Lee Waldrop 1869-1926-who married Robert Nathaniel Tesner...
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Where is Nancy Weeks?
by TheSandlapper 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Looking for my3Times GreatGrandmother who was listed on Rosa Lee Tesner death certificate .1862-1926-Buncombe ,County North Carolina.Also looking for a William Waldrop .I m guessing at birth about 1840
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the GRACE buried in Clareville, Carterton
by ngairedith 4 years, 6 months ago
JOHN CHARLES GRACE (1807-1886) was born 27 December 1807 in Newcastle Upon Tyne - he died 15 May 1886 in New Zealand & is buried in St James, Lower Hutt - he married in December 1835 to: ANNA MARIA LEYBOURNE (1811-1886) - Anna...
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I am looking for any information about my great great great grandfather Lewis L Bishop
by DCB 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Lewis L Bishop's, was my great great great grandfather, his son Samuel J Bishop was married to Lavina M Bishop (born Overocker). Samuel was my great great grandfather. Their son Orrin Darius Bishop, my great grandfather, was married to Eva Jane...
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Looking for info on Risley side of the family
by nrthhusk2 6 days, 20 hours ago
Can anybody help me with it
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Looking for Relatives of Captain Robert Charles Hill, MBE, OBE (1881- )
by savvywav 8 years, 1 month ago
Captain Hill served with the 13th Hussars in Mesopotamia 1916-1919. Anyone who has information of a relative who served with him I would be interested in sharing information.
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I want to know how do you search a name ?
by johnzionlion 2 days, 13 hours ago
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by Wolfhound 2 days, 8 hours ago
I'm researching the Pauncefort family in the UK. The surname originates from France, literal meaning - Fat Belly. Susannah Pauncefort, born 1749 at Middlezoy, Somerset, UK. Wed Thomas Hucker, born 1751, Middlezoy, died 4 May 1824 at Middlezoy....
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