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" SMITH ANCESTRY "

Journal by edmondsallan

Hello to all members . I was looking thro the Journals to see what was happening . I see the new " smith project " has a lot of merit and is leaping forward . I thought I would see how many " Smiths " were in the world at a certain dates at different places . I also had a glance at cemeteries world wide . To many their for me to count .
" old faithfull " gave me the signal - Guess what - I have
" Smiths " in my ancestry - more than one in fact . Then " old faithful " says .
Questions ( a ) " When did the name " Smith " name start .and how
did it come to be part of the world's Languages- ??

( b ) " was it before BC " ????

( c ) Is their an official answer to the above questions .??

Of course that made me want to know the following

Question ( d ) How many members at this website -have a " Smith "
in their family ancestry ?????


Other info found - USA - ( 2yrs ) ago - 50,508

Tribalpages.com Family trees related to "Smith " = 277,011

Is any body else interested In seeing how many at this website ???

Till we meet again -Regards - edmondsallan

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on 2011-04-02 16:55:59

edmondsallan , from auckland .nz , has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: CLAYTON, EDMONDS.

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by 1bobbylee on 2011-04-02 18:25:05

Mr. EdmondSallan, Who or what is "Old Faithful? How can I go into this site? Is it new? "Old Faithful" sounds like a souorce that will always come through. Especially when researching. I have been looking for my great great great great Grandfather John Waters, born: 1775, Spartanburg County SC. I have looked at the sources that I am familiar with (I know there are very many that I don't even know about) When I greet people at the Mall or whereever, my mind is telling me to ask if they may possibly know John Waters, born: 1775 - from Spartanburg County, Spartanburg, SC? Just being fecetious on the last statement. But, I really want to know who or what is "Old Faithful? I am so curious over this... Thanks Edmond

by 1bobbylee on 2011-04-02 18:25:14

Mr. EdmondSallan, Who or what is "Old Faithful? How can I go into this site? Is it new? "Old Faithful" sounds like a souorce that will always come through. Especially when researching. I have been looking for my great great great great Grandfather John Waters, born: 1775, Spartanburg County SC. I have looked at the sources that I am familiar with (I know there are very many that I don't even know about) When I greet people at the Mall or whereever, my mind is telling me to ask if they may possibly know John Waters, born: 1775 - from Spartanburg County, Spartanburg, SC? Just being fecetious on the last statement. But, I really want to know who or what is "Old Faithful? I am so curious over this... Thanks Edmond

by 1bobbylee on 2011-04-02 18:28:09

Sorry Edmond. I hit the response twice by mistake. I'm eagar to know but not so eagar that I had to send the same response twice. Sory again. Regards.

by 1bobbylee on 2011-04-02 18:57:29

Edmond, Please forgive me. I was informed that "Old Faithful" is a working mate of yours. This was identified by a previou journal you had written. Sorry Edmond, I am now embarassed and feel stupid. Your journals are educational. Please keep them coming!

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