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looking for honniball from westminster/holborn islington sommerset
by cherrypop 8 years, 1 month ago
trying to trace my roots my name is is toni michelle langley my mother is iris may honniball born in may 25 1933 she had abrother born in 1930 albert who died age 8 in 19 40 in westminster her youngest brother erniest born in 1936 granfather was...
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What I have on Wilson Family
by Ranee 8 years, 1 month ago
This is what I have on the Wilson family and I hope to someday find out more. John Wilson b. June 16, 1761 in Hardin County, West Virginia d. April 13, 1809 in Green County, Tennessee. John Wilson married Susan Kautzman d. July 17, 1857 in...
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James - Scotland to Indiana
by Ranee 8 years, 1 month ago
I have a Rebecca Fitz James b. March 23, 1762 Scotland d. April 3, 1840 in Sullivan County, Indiana. She Married Col. John Benefiel in 1782.
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Benefiel Family
by Ranee 8 years, 1 month ago
Trying to find more information on Col. John Benefiel's family. Col. John Benefiel b. 1760 New Jersey d. December 26, 1835 Sullivan County, Indiana.
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IRELAND: Irish Genealogy 101 - Researching your Irish ancestors
by allycat 8 years, 1 month ago
Irish Genealogy
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Looking for ELWOOD, MAKEPEACE, LEVIS, PORTER of Michigan
by DorothyDale 8 years, 1 month ago
I just started this family tree thing in the last couple of days. I have gotten quite a bit for the MAKEPEACE name. CLARK LEVIS married DOROTHY MAKEPEACE (My maternal grandparents) Looking for records of GEORGE ELWOOD married to CHARLOTTE...
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MISCELLANEOUS: East Kingdom Office of the Signet ... Scribes/Calligraphers/Illuminators/Scrolls etc.
by allycat 8 years, 1 month ago
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members, below is a link to a website I found whilst I was surfing the web for some good stuff. There is some beautiful work here. And it looks like you can even request scrolls to be created. Wow. Superb. East...
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SHIPPING: Ship 'Narragansett' Antwerp, Belgium to Port of New York, United States of America
by allycat 8 years, 1 month ago
Ship Narrangansett - Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
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ENGLAND/IRELAND: County Clare Genealogy ... Historical notes on the GUERIN surname
by allycat 8 years, 1 month ago
Clare Genealogy Surnames mentioned at the website:- GUERIN, GERIN, LEE, GERAN, GORDON, OGERANE, OGYERAN, OGERAN, GEIRINE, BERE, GRANE, BYRNE, MARC, CHOPKY, DUMER, BARNOUIN, RICHER, LEHEUP, SOMERSET, SHUDHAM, SHULDHAM, DEGUERIN,...
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James Carroll Ross Abernathy
by VBR 8 years, 1 month ago
Hello all - Long story short - several years ago while doing research for my family someone forwarded to me an old photo of a little girl named Edith. Sadly, she was not 'my' Edith. Eventually, I was able to find her 'real' family and...
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Looking for Galloway family
by Ranee 8 years, 1 month ago
I am looking for information on Elmira Galloway she married Joseph Fryman September 3, 1863 in Edwards County, Illinois. Joseph had been married 4 or 5 times and Elmira was his 2nd I think.
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Working on Groves Family
by Ranee 8 years, 1 month ago
My g-g-g-g-grandfather was George Groves b. 1798 Indiana d. 1850 Jasper County, IL. George Groves Married in 1818 to Lavina Barnes b. 1798 North Carolina d. September 20, 1877 Jasper County, Illinois. George and Lavina's Children are: Anna,...
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Looking for descendants of Patrick & Frances O'Brien.
by mythster 8 years, 1 month ago
My grandparents immigrated from Ireland (Patrick was from Cork and my grandmother, was from Claire) They arrived in the U.S. around 1900 and settled in Brooklyn, N.Y. They raised about 17 children. My grandfather worked in the Brooklyn Navy Yard...
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NEW ZEALAND: Minarapa surname
by allycat 8 years, 1 month ago
Atiria MINARAPA buried Awakaponga Cemetery Tamahiwaka MINARAPA, mentioned in the Dictionary of NZ Biography, see link below * Te Kaharunga MINARAPA buried Awakaponga Cemetery Te Kira MINARAPA born 3/3/1916, died 24/11/1941 aged 25yrs,...
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Looking up Anspaugh
by carolann1952 8 years, 1 month ago
My family name is Anspaugh it is spelled many different ways in history. Anspach, Ansbaugh, Ansbach etc. It is said that the family originated in Anspach Germany. My grandfather was a twin, Charles Henry Anspaugh and Henry Grant...
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Arellanes - shortened from Arrellanes
by barne1dr 8 years, 1 month ago
My grandmother's maiden name was Arellanes, shortened from Arrellanes. Her family was a fairly wealthy line in the blacksmith/ironsmith trade. Most recently known (as given to me from my Grandmother) to have found a home in the Los Angeles area...
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I want to know about the rogers that came to argentina
by glenrogers 8 years, 1 month ago
hello!!! I'm Glenda Rogers, I'm argentinian, and my father, my grandpa and grand grand pa were argentinian also... where did the others come from. I don't know anything about them and I'd like to know if they came fron U.S.A or from England or...
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Looking for NORTON of London, Horsell, Tasberg, UK
by bjn2727 8 years, 1 month ago
HI I hit a wall after going back to my GGG Grandfather Here it is in reverse order Francis Henry Norton, born Tasberg (near Bath) around 1790 Henry Francis Norton, Mayfair (London) 1819 Harry George Norton St. James...
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Lusignans from Hugh VII to the two holy kings
by boldreporter 8 years, 1 month ago
Hugh VII followed in his father's footsteps by taking the cross and fighting in the Second Crusade. Aside from his record in the war, little is known of him. He had six children, the eldest became Hugh VIII (after 1125-1171). He was taken...
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Lusignans from Hugh I to Hugh VII
by boldreporter 8 years, 1 month ago
Hugh I(early tenth century) was known as Hugh the Hunter, as he might have been the huntsman of the count of Poiters. He was the first lord of Lusignan, the founder of the 'Hugh line' (all of his decendants were named Hugh in some form or...
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