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"Free" geneology sites?

Nothing frustrates me more than going to a research website that advertises "free" searches, then won't let you access it without joining and wanting your credit card number. I don't want to use credit cards online. Does anyone have a TRULY free websearch site they can suggest, especially for naturalization/passenger lists? Really need help!

2 comment(s), latest 3 years, 9 months ago

1860 Census listing for SNODGRASS

Here's an partial list:

n 1860 the US Census found in Walnut Grove, McDonough County, Illinois, this Snodgrass family
Josiah, 48, m, farmer, Virginia
Margaret, 42, f, Indiana
Madison, 19, m, Indiana
Esther, 16, f, Indiana
Phebe, 14, f, Indiana
Sarah, 12, f, Indiana
Munroe, 8, m, Illinois
Julia, 5, f, Illinois
Andrew J, 5, m, Illinois,
Stephen, A D, 4/ 12
Margaret's maiden name is HOLSAPPLE. Josiah and Margaret are Jonathon Monroe SNODGRASS'S parents, and Andrew Sherman's grandparents.

1880 Census SNODGRASS

Part of an 1880 census record:

The 1880 Census has a SNODGRASS family in Blue Ridge Twp, Pratt County, Illinois
Monroe, head, 29, widowed, Illinois, Virginia, Indiana, farmer
Annie M, daughter, 6, Illinois, Illinois, Missouri
Sherman, son, 4, Illinois, Illinois, Missouri
Ann Waltman, sister-in-law, 21, single, Missouri, Missouri, Missouri, keeping house
The Monroe referred to is Jonathon Monroe SNODGRASS. Margaret SNODGRASS (DAVIS) must have died not long after Sherman was born.

Ancestry.com lookup please...

Does anyone subscribe to Ancestry.com? If so, could you look up something for me? If you could look up passenger and immigration lists, 1820 to 1957, Michael GUINTY, I would really appreciate it. Apparently there is more info (unless this is a come on!) and I really need the date they arrived, the ship's name, and what part of Ireland they are from. Please help!

3 comment(s), latest 3 years, 8 months ago

Andrews

Parmelia Andrews Married John Cole in 1827, Tuscaloosa , Alabama. Their daughter, Elizabeth Cole, grew up to marry BCS McAlister. Their daughter was Martha Eliza McAlister (Mattie). She was my ggrandmother.

Ann Ruthven

Ann Ruthven was born 27 Aug 1820 in Edinburgh, Scotland. She came to America in 1839, and married Charles Beere (b. 5 Mar 1817) in 1839. Their daughter, Margaret Beere, married William Manning. Ann's parents were Sime Ruthven and Margaret Connell.

Another Guinty-Manning marriage

I just found a curious fact:
Edith Manning was my ggrandmother, she married Irvin Guinty.
Jessie Manning was Edith's sister, she married Charles Guinty-Irvin's brother-in 1898. I wonder how many cousins I have from this marriage?

Anson Co Census 1790

Subject: 1790 NC Anson Cty, Fayette dis pg 35a start

1790 Census North Carolina
Anson County Fayette district

1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
` 5th # slaves

Lampden, Robert...............................1-0-2-0-0
Arthur, John......................................1-3-3-0-0
Searcy, William.................................2-0-2-0-0
Wood, William...................................1-3-2-0-0
Denson, Shadrack..............................1-0-0-0-0
Denson, Jesse...................................1-0-0-0-0
Nayes, & Porter, Mess'rs....................6-0-0-0-2
Ponsey, Godfrey................................1-0-1-0-0
Barnwell, Joseph...............................1-0-0-0-0
Gilbert, Jesse....................................2-2-5-0-6
Yarborough, Humphrey.......................1-1-1-0-0
Yarborough, William...........................1-0-0-0-0
Allman, James...................................3-3-6-0-0
Williams, John...................................2-2-5-0-0
Treddiway, Daniel..............................1-3-4-0-0
Bloodworth, John...............................4-2-3-0-0
Bass, Frederick.................................3-2-3-0-0
Lee, William......................................1-2-2-0-0
Dudney, John....................................1-2-4-0-0
Bylue, Henry.....................................1-3-5-0-0
Soward, Nancy..................................0-1-4-0-0
Stinson, Mary....................................1-2-4-0-0
Proctor, Linney..................................0-2-6-0-0
Jones, Honor.....................................0-2-2-0-0
Odom, Richard..................................1-0-2-0-9
Ricketts, John...................................2-3-3-0-0
Scott, Drury......................................0-0-0-4-0
Scott, Francis...................................0-0-0-1-0
Newton, John....................................2-1-2-0-0
Bailey, Jacob....................................1-0-1-0-0
Murphy, John....................................3-2-3-0-0
Benton, James..................................1-1-5-0-0
Johnston, John..................................1-6-4-0-0
Wade, Thomas..................................5-1-2-0-17
Wright, John jr...................................1-1-1-0-8
Bailey, Mathew.................................1-3-3-0-0
Bailey, Thomas.................................1-2-5-0-0
Arrington, James...............................2-5-2-0-0
Johnston, John jr...............................1-3-1-0-0
Ingram, John.....................................1-5-5-0-0
McRae, Daniel..................................1-3-4-0-0
Bylue, Abraham................................1-0-2-0-0
Duglas, James..................................1-1-1-0-8
German, Robert.................................2-2-2-0-0
Hall, Robert.......................................1-0-0-0-0
Stanfill, Ssampson............................1-1-3-0-0
Dabbs, Josiah...................................1-0-3-0-0
May, William.....................................2-4-5-0-7
Threadgill, Randal..............................1-3-1-0-0
Sasser, Joseph.................................2-2-5-0-0
Childs, Elizabeth...............................1-0-2-0-5
Rogers, Job......................................3-1-3-0-0
Hilldreath, David................................1-3-3-0-0
Gould, Daniel....................................1-2-3-0-4
Dejarnet, Mumford(minors).................0-2-0-0-5
Kirby, William...................................1-2-3-0-7
Hinson, John....................................3-3-5-0-3
Boggan, Patrick................................1-2-8-0-7
Lanler, William..................................1-1-2-0-10
Covington, Simon...............................1-1-1-0-0
Johnston, William..............................3-6-6-0-0
Duncan, John....................................2-2-3-0-0
Gordon, Frederick..............................2-2-2-0-1
May, Lewis.......................................1-1-1-0-3
Taylor, Charles..................................2-1-4-0-0
Lindsey, George................................2-2-4-0-1
Candell, Elizabeth..............................1-0-1-0-0
Clinton, Thomas................................1-0-1-0-5
Tarlton, Thomas.................................1-2-2-0-0
Pace, Stephen..................................2-3-5-0-8
Threadgill, John.................................1-5-4-0-0
Lanier, Isaac.....................................1-0-1-0-7
Gathings, Philip................................3-3-3-0-1
Farr, Richard jr..................................1-0-1-0-0
Rushing, William...............................1-4-1-0-0
Hammonds, George..........................1-4-2-0-9
Crawford, Michael..............................2-4-4-0-12
May, William [carpenter]....................1-3-2-0-8
John Ricketts was head of household, with 1 male child over 16, three male children under 16, and 3 females (one was his wife)

Ballykilcline

Has anyone heard of the Children of Ballykilcline? They are descendants of Irish immigrants from Ballykilcline that were evicted from their lands and came to the US in 1847. Any info or links?

Ballykilcline Website-HANLEY

There are three HANLEY families on the list of families evicted from Ballykilcline, Roscommon, Ireland. Of those families, there were several Marys, but none of them matched mine. Maybe she was a relative? This is a great website, loads of info.