Looking for any information on McIlroy who came from Millport, Rothesay and before moving to Millport Glasgow and I think Ireland. Michael Mcilroy was born in Ireland. Other names in this search are Sherry,
Searching for any relation to the Fredericks born Greenock. Charles Frederick who married Janet France 26th February 1836 in Greenock. He came orginally from Berln amd Janet France maiden name was Taylor who I think originated from Denny?
CHARLES RICHARD HARDLESS Married LILLIAN ISABELLA ? [D.O.M ?] Had Children:
1] CHARLES RICHARD HARDLESS [Jr] [D.O.B ?]
2] GRACE ? HARDLESS [D.O.B ?]
3] BERTHA MURIEL LILIAN HARDLESS [D.O.B 18/02/1897 ?]Need to confirm.
4] LILIAN MAY...
Looking for information on John Author Corbin -- born around 1834 in Virginia. His son, Timothy Sheffield Corbin (born around 1858 in Ohio) was my great-grandfather.
I'm actually looking for information on his first wife and parents...
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members ... Kia Ora
Below is a list of some main (though not all) websites for researching NZ genealogy:-
GeneoNZ - NZ & Maori Genealogy
Archives New Zealand...Te Rua Mahara o te Kawanatanga...
Looking for ancestors/descendants of the following:-
Thomas DOWDSWELL born abt 1778 probably Gloucestershire England
married 24th November 1803 at St Mary De Lode Gloucestershire England to Ann HEWLETT. The couple had three known...
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members,
Ok, so you've found your lot on Census records, but you can't make out what they did for an occupation or understand the meaning in modern times.
Click on 'Census Occupations...
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members,
Below is a link to National Geographic which is a well-known and trusted source of information worldwide. But what has this got to do with genealogy I hear you ask? Well, go grab a cuppa and sit back and have...
A delightful read, author was previously unknown but now has been found.
Julie's Genealogy - The Story Teller
NETTIE DAGNER is my husbands great grandmother. CRYIL DAGNER is his grandfather.BOBBIE LEE DAGNER is his father.
All the information I have is packed away as we are in the middle of a transfer.
This is just a starting point for those interested in Texan Genealogy....
Texas Genealogy Forum
Genealogy - Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Cyndi's List - US - Texas
Texas Genealogy -...
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...
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...)...
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,...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...