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Thomas H Daggett of Fort Worth Tarrant County Texas
by Rbd624 2 weeks, 3 days ago
It is listed that Thomas had a son Nathaniel (Nat ) Daggett and there is a Rachel listed there but on NAt Death Certificate it is listed as Abilgail as his mother Does anyone have any info I can get. Nat birth is 1888
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Beware of the Old Wives Tales
by SteffieH 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Stories pass from generation to generation word of mouth until you receive a very inaccurate version-like I did.Some of the tales might make you angry like it did me. That is until your aunt visits you from Australia and gives you a different...
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John Cotter B circa 1863, lived in London 1887 - Metal worker
by Gemini25 2 weeks, 5 days ago
He married Elizabeth Ann Garwood 18/12/1887, living in St. Pancras. His father was also John Cotter a Shoemaker living in London in 1871 but may have moved from Ireland. Later John and Ann lived in Willesden, NW London. They had 5 children, John...
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HARE. Walter Maldon and Frances Jane nee Clap, but family said to me its Clapcott, they may be wrong!
by neich 5 years, 10 months ago
My friend in Gisborne has asked for help, she has no computer, her ancestor was Walter Maldon HARE, and Frances Jane Clapcott, but could be Clapp. I have been doing some searching today, and found they are buried at Bolton St. Wellington.NZ.. if...
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William Fortner/Faulkner/Falkner/Fortener
by SLF 2 weeks, 5 days ago
From Tennessee War of 1812 service records: #2787, William Fortner, 39th US Infantry, Col. J. Williams, 5 ft 4 in tall, age 17, Born in South Carolina, enlisted on 12 Nov 1813, at Greenville, TN, by Capt. H. Henegar, R. R. Greenville, TN, Nov...
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Why write your own story
by janilye 6 years, 1 month ago
I believe it's important to write your own story whilst you are able. Otherwise people like me will come along after you've gone and put together a story about your life with the only tools we have available which is your ancestry and the events...
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Frederick Hobley was a prominent member of the Victorian Police Force. The...
by itellya 5 years, 9 months ago
Frederick Hobley was a prominent member of the Victorian Police Force. The Chief Commissioner,who had come from Scotland Yard where forensic science was well developed,reorganised the Criminal Investigation Branch in 1938.Detective training...
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Charles Brantley holley
by holleyrock24 2 weeks, 5 days ago
he was from south Carolina. moved to early county Georgia in the 1800s. he died in 1863 in the battle of chancelorville. any information would be a great help.
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Looking for James REED of Auckland, NZ
by LynDC 6 years, 7 months ago
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JOANNA HASTY (MCHASTY?) EVANS of Kentucky, Illi
by PattyKate 3 weeks, 2 days ago
I am looking for help in locating the parents of a Joanna Hasty (McHasty?) from Kentucky, USA as well as the location and date of her marriage. Here is what I know: Born: ca. 1823, Kentucky Married: William Henry B Evans ca. 1845 They had the...
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Conrad Adam Bonsak birthplace and parents, he was born on 23 January 1805 in Hamburg Enkries Baden-Wuertemberg, Germany He died on 8 September 1876 in Hobart Tasmania Australia.
by Bonza 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Conrad Adam Bonsak He was married to Anna Johanna Maria Schulenberg on 27 October 1833 in St Michaels Hamburg Germany. He had one son Johann Wilhelm Ernst Bonsak. The immigrated to Australia we believe in 1849 and lived in Greensborough...
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I'd like to find out information about the Amor family (Leslie Amor) who helped found The Channon in NSW Australia. I think he was a logger and later had a dairy farm?
by chocolatetears 3 weeks ago
I think Leslie Amor married Edith Jane........ and they had 6 children: Gwen (died young after having a tooth removed), Clive (died young - not sure why), Max (later owned the family dairy farm), Allan, Enid & Mavis Ellen Amor (my mother). Any...
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rosemary campbell,born aug.7,1929 in virginia,died may 4,1980 in staunton virginia.trying to find more imfor about my grandmother.
by TracyRadcliff 5 months, 3 weeks ago
her married names are nuckoles and owens..thank you..
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1892 FARMS AND THEIR OWNERS IN AND AROUND THE PARISH OF TULLAMARINE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.
by itellya 1 month ago
The attached map shows the parishes of Tullamarine and Maribyrnong. The map was published in 1892 when the prospect of the construction of a railway to Bulla, either along the east bank of the Saltwater River (Maribyrnong River and Deep Creek)...
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I am looking for information on the harris family
by Bbeegle 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Isabella m. Harris 1807-1859 mom is sarah and dad is john any information would be appreciated
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Lauder of Sydney 19th century
by Lulu19 3 months, 1 week ago
Hi Markay, The name in my Grandmother and Great Grandmother\'s name is Lauder, apparently it is sometimes Lander. I have similar problems with my family name, which is not Lauder, apparently the misconception is due to those making the record,...
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redwing family
by kylecreson 11 years, 6 months ago
My name is Jessica Darlene Redwing. My father was Francis Clyde Redwing. He was born one the Pine Ridge Reservation in June 14th late 40's early 50's. I did not get to meet my father until I was 16 he died 11-18-01. I unfortunatley I have no...
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