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elizondo of texas
by pedromoon72 8 years, 4 months ago
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GERMANY: Did your ancestors come from the Port of Hamburg?
by allycat 8 years, 4 months ago
If in researching your German ancestors, you think they may have come from the Port of Hamburg, this website link is for you. Although it is user-pay service once you commit yourself...you can actually do as many searches as you like first...
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Emigrants from Germany to Australia
by allycat 8 years, 4 months ago
These sites do a lot to explain about the arrival of the Germans in Australia. German Australia - German Speakers in Australia (Click on Issues, Reasons for Emigrating, What effects did WWI have on German speakers in Australia...)...
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Looking for ancestors/descendants of Ernest JAHN & Elizabeth HANSFORD
by allycat 8 years, 4 months ago
Ernest (or Ernst) JAHN was my 2g grandfather born 1851 in the Harz Mountains (Kingdom of Hanover), Germany. It is not known when he emigrated to England but he married my 2g grandmother 16 May 1875 St.Lukes Church, St.James, Westminster,...
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Meaning of the surname CHRISP
by ucantsayno 8 years, 4 months ago
CHRISP - The English surname Chrisp is of nickname origin, deriving from a personal characteristic of one particular individual, thus affording him a suitable means on identity in his local community. In this instance we have a variant form of...
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1849 to 1865, through several states to Minnesota
by colojoe 8 years, 4 months ago
The earliest record I have of Patrick O'Callahan (b ~ 1815, parents Denis and Ellen per death certificate) and Margaret Sweeney O'Callahan (b ~ 1830) is the birth of a daughter, Johanna, in 1849 in New York (inferred from later census). I don't...
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The name of ALLARDYCE and early mention of those who bore it
by allycat 8 years, 4 months ago
THE NAME OF ALLARDYCE AND EARLY MENTION OF THOSE WHO BORE IT. (BY WILLIAM H. ALLARDYCE, 1923) ... extract below:- It has been proven that the Allardyce family is of Norman descent by Nisbit, "System of Heraldy." Allardyce of Allardyce...
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Looking for Davenport of Kentucky
by marilyn05 8 years, 4 months ago
William or Will Davenport/Dovenport b.1891 KY. married Lillian Hayes/Hays b/.1892 Ashland, KY in Ky. They had 5 children William, Viola May, Charles, Idabelle, Luella, and Richard in 1934. They lived in Ashland for awhile were some of their...
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The silent voices of women in history
by allycat 8 years, 4 months ago
I'm quite proud of all the farmers, convicts, agricultural labourers, yeomen, etc. that I have in my tree. But more importantly, I feel for all the silent voices of women of whom you usually can't find anything about. More often than not...
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Would you like a treasured photograph restored or dated for FREE?
by allycat 8 years, 4 months ago
Dear FamilyTreeCirclers, If you would like a treasured photograph restored, with no catches, no fine print , etc., register as a rootschatter for free, then you can use the site's services. The link below is to the photograph...
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Prussian descendants - use of Johann (and others) as the first name
by allycat 8 years, 4 months ago
I never realised till I got stuck into my tree before that I had a great deal of Prussian ancestry, and also that the name Johannes and Johanna would appear in every generation until emmigrant arrival in Australia, not to mention all the other...
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Hubert J Bivins Family Roots
by simplybarb 8 years, 4 months ago
My name is Barbara Joyce Bivins Nunn. I had a wonderful father. His name was Hubert Jefferson Bivins. People called him Bert. He was married to Mary Emma LeSieur. Dad died in 1973 and Mom in 2005. I have a brother , James Lee Bivins and a...
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Pence
by paula Fowlkes 8 years, 4 months ago
All i have found out about Mrs Jenny Pence is that she was my great grandmother 4x's back and she built and building bramwell wv.
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Looking for Sinclairs and Buswells in Maine
by jtibbetts 8 years, 4 months ago
Looking for descendents of my Great Grandmother Daisy Buswell and a Sinclair she married.....One sons name was Lewis Allen Sinclair...My Grandfather..........I'm missing a whole lot in this Famliy tree. Any relatives out there that I don't know??!!
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moms family
by aeggleton 8 years, 4 months ago
am looking for my mothers family history.her name was Alta Brodrick of Wyndotte Oklahoma, I have some info.But not all that I want.I am also looking for fathers familyhis name was Clarence Chafin from same area. Cannot get passed grandfather name...
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Marriage of Napolean Boneparte Tippens & Landora Stewart
by Sunshine 13 8 years, 4 months ago
Napolean Boneparte Tippens married Landora Stewart. These 2 people had 4 children. They were Melvin, Mary Elizabeth, Louisa Jane,Clara May. They were from West Virginia & Ohio.
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Merlene Earnest
by OSU_BULLET 8 years, 4 months ago
My Uncle, Harry Fleener was married briefly to, a Ms. Merlene Earnest. They were married in Texas, on June 28, 1944, during WWII. I have been told that, she was only 15, at the time that they were married. This putting her birth year, around...
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Thomas De Sart
by OSU_BULLET 8 years, 4 months ago
My Great Uncle was, Thomas De Sart. I understand that, he was from Illinois. Both he and his wife Jewel Lee- De Sart, passed away in MW City Oklahoma, in the late 1990's. Also, Thomas retired from, Tinker Air Force Base. Does anyone know who,...
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Fannie M. Suddarth- Smallwood
by OSU_BULLET 8 years, 4 months ago
My Aunt's Mother was born, Fannie/Fanny Mai/May Suddarth. Fannie, was born in 1904 in Kentucky. She married, William J. "Bill" Smallwood of Tennessee. Bill, was about fourty years older then Fannie. His year of birth, was in about 1864. Bill...
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Margaret White- Carter
by OSU_BULLET 8 years, 4 months ago
My Step-Great Grandmother was, Margaret White- Carter, of Mt Rest, South Carolina. She was married to John Shelton Carter Sr. She and John both, died in the early 1970's, in South Carolina. In know this to be true becasue, I met them as a very...
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