Description: I am searching the New Scotland, Albany, New York area for the John MaGee who married Fanny Luke, Feb. 15, 1845. I am trying to find the proof of his parentage. This family was associated with the Dutch Reformed Church in the mid 1800's. They were farmers and are buried in the Jerusalem Cemetery, Feura Bush, New York.
Surnames: Dalton or Daulton
Goca or Goakey
Kerby or Kirby
Kreider or Krieder
Luke or Laux
McGee or MaGee
Peavey or Peavy
Schwarz or Schwartz
Tezon or Tesson
Description: I don't know the surnames of half the people in my family !!
Surnames: anderson, andrews, aspin, bibby, blakey, briggs, byrne, christmas, coleman, coubrand, crowther, davey, dawdry, dewhurst, farrer, firth, foster, gibson, halsal, harrison, hollings, jenkins, jones, kelly, looney, martin, pete, quilliams, renshaw, ripley, shimman, stott, sutcliffe, walker, williams, yewdall.
Edgar or Percy Blakey
My name is Lee-Anne Blakey of the USA. I am researching my father's family (he is now deceased).
My grandfather, Edgar Blakey (dob - 09/15/1894) came from Yorks Keighley. He has a brother Percy Blakey (dob around 1892). I checked the UK 1901 census and found these two names along with other family members - Elizabeth (dob around 1886), Charles (dob around 1888) - all born in Yorks Keighley, and another sibling, Ellen A., (dob around 1882) born in USA as a "british subject). It states in the census that names of the mother and father are John and Mary A.
If this correlates to your Blakey research please contact me. If not, do you have any tips or suggestions on how to get more information?
Massachusetts - USA