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McKemie One Name Study
This site is devoted to the research and preservation of the genealogical history of the surname McKEMIE. It is dedicated to supporting anyone interested in their McKEMIE (and all spelling variants) family history and acts as a bridge between the various families, both stateside and worldwide. It is intended to be a central repository for research data, providing access to researchers of this fascinating surname.
Greenland Clendennen
Information on other major lines of Greenland in the US. All Census readings from PA and OHIO for the name Greenland.
The Amason Family
Our website is dedicated to helping all AMASON researchers and descendents discover their AMASON/AMERSON ancestors! Most present day descendents use the spelling AMASON or AMERSON. Our site provides links to databases and web pages where individuals with tAmason, Amerson, Amison, Amoson, Amosson
The David Beamer Family Descendants
InterneTree: Dale A Beamer User Home Page Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of John Sheer User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Peter Gearhart Book: Joanniis Petri Scher Descendants & connections
The Descendents of Reuben Bayless and more!
The Descendents of Reuben Bayless and more!: Surname List
The Findings of My Barber Genealogy
InterneTree: Ancestor Fan Tree of Edwin Mae Barber, Sr. The Findings of My Barber Genealogy: Surname List
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Mamichka Lou N Bath surname list
The William E. Bill Bammel, Jr. Home Page
Wm. Henry Bammel b. April 3, 1841 near Hanover, Germany came to Galveston, Texas on the ship FORTUMA in the 4th quarter 1860 from Bremen, Thulan (Germany) and his wife Elizabeth Freter born Nov. 12, 1854 in Cypress Settlement, Tx. Her parents were Henry and Elizabetha Freter.or Froeter. Wm. H. Bammel's Brother Christoph (Christopher) Bammel came to Texas in 1866 and his wife Dorothea. Jonathon J. Taylor b. September 17, 1857 in Musket Point, Jefferson County., Texas (he had sisters Margaret Maggie and Mary Mollie born in Taylor County, Texas) and died February 25, 1917 in Houston, Texas and his wife Mary Mathilda Tinnan (Butler) and his second wife Anna Pauline Woynofsky. Wm. Henry Fischer b. July 4, 1871 in Zurach Canton Aragon, Switzerland and died Sept. 15, 1915 in Houston, Texas & his wife Emilie Cugande Schumacher b. April 14, 1872 in Sedalia, Missouri and died August 24, 1962 in Houston, Texas. Jacob Hill Jamison born February 11, 1847 in Pennsylvania and who resided in and died in 1899 in Blairsville, Pennsylvania and his wife Margaret Jane Clawson born September 3, 1863 in Indiana County, Pennsylvania and who died January 6, 1906 in Blairsville, Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Jacob Baker born Dec. 1822 and his wife Leah Fink born Nov. 16, 1826. Thomas Joseph Donahoo and his wife Nancy Jane Hanks who died in 1907. Matthew McClain b. May 20, 1822 in Lewis County, Tenn and on August 7, 1851 married Elsie Alice (Alsey) Hufstedler b. Nov. 27, 1832 in Perry County, Tenn. Alfredo Freeland born Nov. 28, 1848 in Carroll County, Buena Vista, Tennessee, and died Feb. 12, 1958 in Lamar County, Texas buried in Paris, Texas.
Descendants of William McAmis of Greeneville, Tennessee
This William descended from the Auld Brother William from Scotland. My direct line from this William to John and Dialtha Crawford McAmis to William Montgomery and Rachel Catherine Hendry McAmis to their son George Roy McAmis and his wife Bertha Lydia Lane McAmis, to my father Roy Edris McAmis and Agnes Iva Hensley McAmis. Children of Roy McAmis and Iva Hensley McAmis: Donald Lee McAmis Avis Claudette McAmis Mildred Evelyn McAmis Kenneth Wayne McAmis Nancy Anne McAmis
Chris Balston's Family Home Page
feudal Dorset and its yeoman farmers (the Balstons), to maritime Fifeshire at the time of King James 111 (the Woods, who number among their ilk the celebrated sea Admiral Sir Andrew Wood of Largo and the renowned Victorian explorer Captain John Wood), to the Tower of London in the early eighteenth century and its tipple loving Master Armourer John Grimer, and to rural Gloucestershire where my earliest traced Trinder ancestor is found farming in Bishops Cleeve, Nr. Cirencester. Later travels in time brought me to the Pinwills of Ermington, Devonshire, including The Reverend Edmund Pinwill and his seven highly talented daughters who set up their own carving business. Their ancesters included the Rashleighs of Menabilly, Cornwall including Jonathan Rashleigh of Civil War fame, made famous by Daphne Du Maurier's novel The King's General. Chris Balston's Family Home Page: Surname List
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Descendants of Fred A Johnson
The Bruce Baker Family Home Page
Bruce A Baker - InterneTree
Our Families Branches Home Page
Thomas Benton BAILEY was born in 1850 in Clay County Missouri. He married Rebecca CRAMMER. Edward George VANDER ZYL was born 04-15-1908. He married Mary Louise BLACKFORD. Ruben JOHNSON born August 13 married Ruth Florence NORDGREN on November 12, 1919 in Chicago, IL. The NORDGREN side of the family came from Sweeden
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Else Andersen
Dorie's Family Tree Page
Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Johann Sr Remer (View PDF) Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Fredrick Tuckenhagen (View PDF)
The Attrell Family
InterneTree: Doris Adams The Attrell Family: Surname List
The Return of Jones/Jamison Decendents to Oklahoma
Decendents of Wesley B Jones who was in Company B of the 15th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He had a son that was named Alfred Bud Jones who had a son by the name of Charley Jones that married Rhoda Jamison and the child that came to be was my grandmother Ora Mae who has since pasted away.
The Atkinson McKinnon Home Page
InterneTree: Frederick Stuart Atkinson On the McKinnon, Stuart and Scottish Clans sides, the heritage of Mary Queen of Scott's and the Battle of Culloden Moor and have deeply affected our Scotch family history. Because of religious persecution, battles and wars, our Scotch ancestors ended up hastily leaving Scotland, from The Isle Of Skye, on the Ark and Dove and immigrated to Prince Edward Island. The Atkinson Family Tree ancestors emigrated from Europe (England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Holland, France and Germany, Italy, Switzerland). Others came from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York and Pennsylvania in particular. This is not unusual because the Maritime Provinces were a haven for those loyal to the British Crown and setters were promised substantial land grants from the British government to move to the Maritimes after the expulsion of the Acadians. It is interesting to note that our family also includes Iroquois and/or Micmac Native American women marrying at least two separate ancestors in the US and Nova Scotia. Another ancestor came to Duxbury MA area in the 1621, on the ship that came after the Mayflower called the Fortune. On the Atkinson side, my grandfathers 5th great grandfather Benjamin Allen left New England and fought in the French and Indian War on the British side in Nova Scotia. He was badly wounded losing a leg, was discharged and sent back to New England, settling and starting a family in Kingston, MA. He later went back to Halifax, NS and joined in the ill-fated Eddy Rebellion, and after the Eddy Rebellion failed, he became a wanted man. He eventually joined the Tories in Nova Scotia during the American Revolutionary War. He would have been hung as a traitor if he returned to his home and family in Kingston, MA. We are also descended from Col. Hezekiah King and Col. Benoni Danks who were infamous participants in the Eddy Rebellion. On the Atkinson side we are related to Presidents John Adams, Samuel Adams and William Howard Taft, Poets Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Ralph Waldo Emerson, Betty Ford and singer Ann Murray to name a few. The Atkinson McKinnon Home Page: Surname List
The Arthur-Kelly-Cashen families of Baltimore Maryland
John Pierce Arthur immigrated to the United States with his wife and three children in 1849. In Matchett?s Baltimore Directory for 1853 it is noted that he was a woolen factor and lived at 71 Potter. He died in Baltimore, MD in 1853 at age 35 of typhoid pneumonia. He was buried on the 9th of March in St. Patrick?s Cemetery Yard, Fells Point. John P. Arthur was born in Castle Connell, County Limerick, Ireland; his wife Maria Maroney was born in County Clare; their parents were in the Wool business; they came to ?America? in 1849, first arriving in New Orleans and then to Baltimore in 1850 where they lived on Hawk Street; three children were born in County Clare (J. Thomas Arthur, Elizabeth Arthur Frederick, and Frank Arthur). Elizabeth Frist Gutman, (Bess Gutman) was the daughter of Margaret Ann Arthur Frist. Margaret Ann was born in Baltimore in 1850. The earliest documentation of the Arthur family is the passenger list of the ship Forfarshire that sailed from Liverpool, England and arrived in New Orleans on December 28, 1948. The ship?s register shows the names of John (30) and Mary Arthurs (30), Anne Arthurs (32), James Arthurs (20), Thomas (7), Bridget (5) and Francis (3). While the register shows that the ship arrived in New Orleans on Dec 28, 1848 a close examination indicates that the ship?s register was completed on that date at Liverpool. Arrival in New Orleans would probably have been four or five weeks later in February 1849. It is believed that Bridget Arthurs was Elizabeth Arthur Frederick. Although later accounts point to her birth in New Orleans our research concludes that she was born in Ireland. The conclusion is that many females received the name Bridget when they were born in Ireland and her name was also Elizabeth. The Kelly family emigrated from Ireland to Philadelphia PA. Anna Clark Kelly came from Newry, Co Down, where she was educated in a convent school. She came to this country with her sister who remained in Philadelphia. Thomas Kelly came from CO Louth in Ireland. Thomas and Anna met in this country and were married in Philadelphia. Three children were born in Philadelphia (Mary Jane-1857; Thomas J. -1859 and John-1862). Four more children were born after they moved to Baltimore. Thomas Kelly Sr. had a fashionable Shoe Shop on Centre Street near the present St. Ignatius. A Baltimore City Directory for 1896 shows ?Kelly Thos, shoemkr. 111 E. Centre, h 907 E Chase?. In 1871 and 1872 he was shown as living at 189 Chesnut St. The family also lived on Hillen Street near the Belair Market before they moved to Chase Street. The families of Lacey and Holden besides the Arthurs are direct descendants of this family. Richard Cashen came to this country in 1915 through Ellis Island. He was born in County Tipperary, Ireland in a town called Templederry. He was one of ten children. Seven children came to the US and three remained in Ireland. One went to New Orleans, two went to St. Louis and four came to Baltimore. The Arthur-Kelly-Cashen families of Baltimore Maryland: Surname List
InterneTree: Descendants of David Cox Arenson-Oboler-Obeler-Obler-Padnick-Padrushnick-Stein: Surname List
Apple, Cradock, Howard, Keys, Taylor, White Pa/Md/Va
Thomas L Apple - InterneTree
Russo Amison Family Tree
Genealogy Report: Descendants of Nunzio Russo Book: Barone Amison Family Tree Russo Amison Family Tree: Surname List
The Thomas A. Amis Home Page
Thomas McAmis was born about 1832 in Tennessee. He moved to Illinois and married a Meanerva J. Baldwin . He purchased land in Hardin Co. He died about 1883. His ancestors may have come from Virginia. robert b amis - InterneTree
The Rhonda Shelton Family Home Page
SHELTON, ADCOCK, SCAGGS, VANMETER of Arkansas, Mississippi, and North Carolina. Yell, Franklin and Perry are the main counties in Arkansas. McAMIS, OWENS, HOOKS, GRIFFIN, CARGILL of McCracken Co.,Kentucky. TRIPP, FOWLER, DREHMEL, HALBADEL in the Wisconson and New York (Broome Co) area.
The Larry Amis Family Home Page
Amis - VA, NC, TN, AR Cline (Klein)- IL Higdon - MO, IL, KY, OH, MD Rittgers - VA, OH, IA, IL Roberson - AR, MS, AL, TN, VA Valentine (Volentine) - MN, IA Tucker - AL, AR, LA Bean - MO Ratcliff - AR Pulliam - NC, TN, VA
AlKhamis Family in Kuwait
AlKhamis Family is a big family in Saudia arabia and some of them transfer to kuwait in the 19th centery. \r\n
The Agler Family Home Page
Agler{Cuba,Spain,France}, Kempton{Kansas,Ohio}, Jamison/jamerson{Kansas,Missouri}, Pierce{Texas,Oklahom,}, Musgrove{Oklahoma, Texas, Illionis}, coppenbarger,Blankenship{Kansas, Kentucky}\r\n
The Adamisen (or Adamisin) Family
Adamisin's from Hungary originally. Settled in New York early 1900's, then moved to Michigan.\r\n\r\nAlso searching for Radtke or Lohr family from Germany.\r\nSettled in Chicago and Montana in late 1800's. \r\n
CASH and Allied Families - from Scotland, Ireland and Sweden
The CASH surname originates in Scotland and many come from MacCamish, which is a variant spelling of MacTavish. Clan MacTavish (Clann MacTamhais is the Gaelic) is an ancient Scottish Highland Clan, and dates back to the 11th century, with chartered lands. The Chief (a three-eagle feathered Chief) currently lives in Florida and was matriculated by the Court of Lord Lyon, King of Arms, 23 July 1997. Clan MacTavish had a 206-year dormancy, following the Battle of Colloden and the beginning of the Highland Clearances. From Ireland, Scotland, and Sweden they came, as well as many other European countries. To Masachusetts and the southeastern seabord, migrating to Virginia, then KY>TN>NC>AR>IL>MO>KS and on to TX and UT, naming but a few of the states. From this CASH family comes shipbuilders and their families (who weathered the witchcraft trials of Salem), neighbors of the family of Abraham Lincoln, soldiers in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, plantation owners. They gave us country entertainer, Jonny CASH, and Rev. Warren CASH who built the Giliad Baptist Church in Hardin Co., KY. Lucy Tyler (of President Tyler's family) married into the CASH family. \r\n\r\nDescendants of MacCaishe/MacCash/MacCamish\r\n\r\nAncestors of Ann Caroline EnglunPatricia Ann Adams
My ancestors George, John & James Malson & their descendants. Site includes photos, census images & database of over 554 names with detailed notes.
gura humorului jewish community
The aim of these pages is to provide a photographic record and to provide the burial records of the Gura Humorului Jewish cemetery, and others records from the Jewish community of that town, for the benefit of those genealogists who
live some distance away and for the decedents of Gura
humorului Jewish community.
Cutlip Connection
Cutlip Family Association presents: Cutlips in America -- Ancestors and Descendants of George Cutlip who arrived in Charleston, SC on 17-Oct-1749. Cutlip.Org serves as a hub for Cutlip Family activities.
Welcome To ElliottNest
The on-line reunion for the descendants of Hugh Elliott and Jane Jamison. We have been gathering annually for a reunion since 1944. This Elliott Family has been centered in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina since 1750.
Four King's Photo Family Reunion
We have many genealogy pages which include the Family Tree chocked full of surnames like I have listed here. -- And that is just direct ancestors in the last 200 years! -- Overall the Family Tree includes 10,000 individuals. ------ You will also find 'The Best Genealogical Links'. - And you might find photographs of YOUR ancestors. I see family photos lost in antique stores and try to return them to their rightful families. All of the photos I buy have names and dates or places on them.
Myers Family Genealogical Pages
Our web site containing our genealogy from Europe, Bahamas and the United States.
The Stainless Banner
Honors ancestors military units, including the Stafford Light Artillery and the 46th Virginia Volunteer Infantry.

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