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German Records in Local Churches
by bcagle 8 years, 3 months ago
When searching for German Ancestors it is important to remember the history of the German contry and people. (Refer to my journal :Finding Records of German Ancestors). We are lucky that the Churches of Germany kept records. Keep in mind...
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Finding Records of German Ancestors
by bcagle 8 years, 3 months ago
(Note: a vowel followed by 'e' (ue,oe,ae,) replace the umlaut vowel) Anyone researching their German ancestry has experienced the frustration of the proverbial brick wall. Perhaps the following will help some break through. As most of...
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Emley Family
by trishles 8 years, 3 months ago
I am searching for information about the descendents of the Emley family. My father was John Graham Emley (b1922) in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. He had one brother William James Emley (b1920) same place. He also had two sister, Joyce and...
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Has anyone got the proverbial black sheep in their family trees?
by allycat 8 years, 3 months ago
Search for your Blacksheep Ancestors in Free Genealogical Prison and Convict Records, Historical Court Records, Executions, Insane Asylum Records and Biographies of Famous Outlaws, Criminals & Pirates in the United States, United Kingdom and...
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ALL USERS: Update your profiles, and tell us your fave websites...
by allycat 8 years, 3 months ago
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members, Hi. A warm welcome to all the new users out there. If your computer is anything like mine, your Bookmarks toolbar folder will be full of all the favourite websites relating to genealogy. Instead of chokking...
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Shaikh Siddiqui Family Website
by siddiqui 8 years, 3 months ago
We have created this web site as a record for our family history and as register for our relatives around the world. We will keep record of all our family members and those who marry into our family. If you are member of our family and have not...
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David Connors and Mary Nelson
by carpell 8 years, 3 months ago
David Connors(1796-1879) and Mary Nelson(1805-1870) were married about 1824. They first lived at River John, Nova Scotia and in 1828 they were living in West River, Nova Scotia. Some of their children were born here. They then moved to...
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BOZEMAN FROM LIVEOAK FLORIDA
by bcagle 8 years, 3 months ago
Hello again, This line is the maternal line of my 2nd husband Theodore Brooks 1948-1986. His mother was Gwendolyn Bozeman 19??-1988 who married Claude Rowland Brooks, Jr. My son, Sean is the last surviving Brooks of this line and I wish to...
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Gueisendorff family in Florida from Germany
by bcagle 8 years, 3 months ago
I am trying to discover information on the family of my first husband, Richard Eugene Scott 1953 - 1978. His mother, Margaret L Gueisendorff (or Geisendorff) married Virgil Eugene Scott. Her parents, I met them once in 1972, Were Richard and...
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Gene Joke ... The 7 word Obituary
by allycat 8 years, 3 months ago
..7 Word Obituary.. A woman from the deepest, most southern part of Alabama goes into the local newspaper office to see that the obituary for her recently deceased husband is written. The obit editor informs her that the fee for the obituary...
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England and Wales BMD Indexes 1837--1983
by allycat 8 years, 3 months ago
Now there are two free ways to search the England and Wales Birth, Marriage and Death Indexes, 1837-1983 Ancestry
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Family Stories contain a wealth of information
by bcagle 8 years, 3 months ago
Does that box of unlabeled photos haunt you? Most genealogists learn very quickly to label their photos with names, dates and places, but what about your parents, or grandparents photos? Often, old letters and circulating family stories may...
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Old family Newsletters
by bcagle 8 years, 3 months ago
If you find, or inherit, a box full of old letters and snippits of papers, don't rush threw them. They may contain some interesting tidbits about family members that can lead you up a new limb or out to the tip of existing ones. Below is a jewel...
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Seeking family of MARGARET ADAMS ABT 1771-1866
by bcagle 8 years, 3 months ago
Hello all, I am researching my paternal line which contains references to Cythiana Lucus, daughter of JOSIAH LUCAS 1838 Ohio, and MARGARET ADAMS 1771 - 1866 (est dates). Old family letters tell of Cynthiana attending a dance at which a Peter...
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Searching for Elschner from Taura, Sitzenrode and more in Germany
by bcagle 8 years, 3 months ago
Seeking family connections for Hans Frederick Wilhelm Elschner and Hildegard Kloenne, of Ludwigsruh, Germany (before WWII, now Gorzow area Poland). Interested in discovering history of family crest. So far no luck. Have many document...
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Woods, Fields, Cooks, Taylors and Parmelees
by Barbara_T2 8 years, 3 months ago
These are the basic names I am researching. All were on Long Island in the 1700s and then branched out to New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Most were from Suffolk County on Long Island except the Parmelees-they went a little bit north. I am trying...
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Looking for info on Thomas Newton S. McClure
by Babs 8 years, 3 months ago
I am searching for info on my Great Grandfather Thomas Newton S. McClure born 1852. He lived in Highland County Ohio and married Nancy Jane (Jennie) White in Washington Court House, OHio. According to one of the Census' he was born in Kentucky....
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Wuschenny Relatives
by kepola 8 years, 3 months ago
Hello there. I am a fellow 'Wuschenny' and wondering if there are any long lost relatives out there. My name was Debbie Wuschenny but I am married now so have a different last name. (short) If you are a Wuschenny I would love to hear from...
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Looking for Hall Family of Ms.
by DAF 8 years, 3 months ago
Looking for information on William C. Hall of born in 1815 in Bledsoe, Co. Tn. moved to Tippah Co. Aso looking for information on the Hill Family od Ms.
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Moore DNA
by moorecourt 8 years, 3 months ago
Here is a little information about Moores getting their DNA tested. It really is a very easy process. You can just order the test kit from www.familytreedna.com. They mail you two little scrapers. You scrape the inside of you cheek. It...
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