by wmmohr 9 years, 2 months
A review of available Y-DNA haplotype data for the surname MOHR shows a shortage of information for research. There are only 5 listings I know of.
If you know or are a direct male descendant with the MOHR surname then you are requested to...
by wmmohr 9 years, 2 months
Johann Hermann Mohr arrived in Philadelphia on Sept 30 1744 on the ship called the Phoenix. He settled near Fogelsville,PA where the family owned the land for 145 years. Johann's father was Adolph Mohr and his mother was Anna Barbara Futting....
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John Marian Fry was born to Harvey Fry in McMinn County TN in May 1, 1848. His father and three of his fathers brothers moved to Douglas County MO in the 1950s. James married Nancey Parnell and settled on a farm near the Town of Almartha,...
Looking for information on my Great Grandfather Samuel Luther Crowson.
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I have been working on a book about the Burtons of Orange Co VA (and Mercer Co KY and Randolph/Howard Co MO) for several years. Instead of publishing the book on paper(for now), I have a site at blogspot.com where I will be providing links to my...
My Hanna Day Walker was born in about 1830 in Bulls Gap, Hawkins County, TN. She married Thomas Berry. In Lee Valey,Hawkins County, TN there is listed a Hanna Day born 1785 who married a Thomas Berry (Not known kin to the first Thomas) Sense...
I am looking for the brother that Joseph Main went to Iowa with in the 1850s. Joseph Main is the last son Of Nathan Maine who is a revolutionary war soldier and is buried in the cemetery he started on his home place in Crawford County, PA....
A list of some of the men in Wellington who worked with metal 1866
Bennett G - Turner - Bolton St
Boardman - Engineer - Wellington Tce
Bowater - Blacksmith - Dixon St
Buck H - Blacksmith - Molesworth St
Clark R - Blacksmith - Tinakori Rd...
Some of the clergy in Wellington in 1866 - includes some from outer-Wellington, like Hutt Valley etc.
Abraham - first Bishop of Wellington
Desbois D. - Reverend
Duncan James - Reverend
Fancourt Thomas - Reverend (later archdeacon)
Fell W. -...
A list of merchants in Wellington, New Zealand 1866
Crawford G - Merchant - Custom House Quay
Dransfield J - Merchant - Grey St
Dransfield Joe - Merchant - Willis St
Hickson & Son - Merchant - Custom House Quay
Hickson W - Merchant...
A list of carters and mesengers in Wellington 1866
Archer -J Messenger Cuba St
Archibald & Co - Carters - Pipitea St
Bamford J - Carter - Nairn St
Barnes W - Carter - Dixon St
Barry D - Carrier - Ingestre St
Bills J -...
Before the introduction of cars into New Zealand (1898) and even for many years after, horses were extensively used by men, women and children.
Saddles, bridles, whips and spurs were necessary purchases
(it could be said that bootmakers could be...
Some of the folk who were storekeepers in Wellington in 1866
Anderson D Jnr - Grocer - Molesworth St
Anderson G - Storeman - Murphy St
Anderson W - Grocer - Willis St
Bird T - Fruiterer - Willis St
Bolton F - Shopkeeper - Molesworth St...
Some of the teachers in Wellington 1866
Finnimore W - Schoolmaster - Willis St
Fraser - Schoolmaster - Tory St
Gold C - Schoolmaster - Taranaki St
Holmes W - Schoolmaster - Abel Smith St
Holmes W.H. - Te Aro School
Cherrett Mrs -...
A list of the men who worked in or of the sea in Wellington 1866
Allen G - boatbuilder - ?
Barnard W - Sailmaker - Taranaki St
Brannigan P - Mariner - Molesworth St
Burns J - Sailmaker - Ghuznee St
Coffee P - Shipwright - Cuba St...
prices calculated on the CPI of 1866 and 2009 comparisons
In Nov 1866 Edward Giesen was selling
ladies cashmere boots from 5s 6d to 13s 6d ($54 in 2009)
Mens tweed suits from 1 pound 10s ($107)
Moleskin trousers from 10s ($9)...
A list of the men who looked after the people, streets and property of Wellington in 1866
Atcheson F - Inspector of Police - Tinakori Rd
Cooper W - Watchman - Glenbervie Tce
Davis - Policeman - Tory St
Doran - Policeman - Little Ghuznee...