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|Sandra's Family Home Page
User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Cosimo Mazzie User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Charles Henry Sloan User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Valentine Ochs User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Henry Franklin BATTLES
|The Battles//Battleson of Indiana//Illinois
Jesse T Battleson - InterneTree
|Howard and Wanda Battles
Howard Battles surname list
|The Hon. Christopher Robinson of Hewick, in Virginia
In 1678, one of the most significant manors in Virginia was constructed by Christopher Robinson (1645-1692/3. This home was the gathering place for many of the important families of Virginia who helped shape the colony into the state it eventually became. Members of the Wormeley, Beverley, and Braxton families would often come to Hewick to discuss the affairs of the colony. Born in this house was the son of Christopher I, John Robinson (1683-1749), who was named acting Governor of Virginia in 1749 upon the departure of Governor Gooch to England. His son, Christopher Robinson II (1703-1738), upon inheriting the estate, renamed the plantation Hewick, for the ancestral home in England. His brother was the Honorable John Robinson (1704-1766), Treasurer of Virginia. Speaker of the House of Burgesses in Williamsburg for seven sessions (1738-1765). Carter Braxton (1736-1797), a signer of the Declaration of Independence, married Judith Robinson, granddaughter of the founder. Sir John Beverley Robinson (1791-1863), probably the most distinguished Canadian of the 19th century, was a descendant of Christopher Robinson of Middlesex Co., VA. Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Christopher Robinson I
|Darrell Joe Battles and Karla LeAnne McKerley
Book: Apples and Oranges Darrell Joe Battles and Karla LeAnne McKerley: Surname List
|Penny's Kickin' Kin
Penny Pratt Baker surname list
|The Jarcho-Yarcha-Turoff-Turow-Bermant families from Slutsk
The origins of this family start in Ancient Judea and stretch to Medieval Spain and Southern France and the town of Lunel where the Ha-Yarchi families lived until late 1300's- early 1400's. The family then moved North and East into the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in what became the province of Minsk Gubernia in present day Belarus. The tows of Baranovitch, Slutsk ,Turov and Kletsk and the surrounding towns were where they lived during the 1700's and 1800's. The earliest named ancestor was Zimel Yarcha(1750-1800). His descendents spread to other areas of Russia such as Pinsk, Minsk, Yekatrinoslav and Yousovka before leaving for Israel,England,Belgium,Argentina and most to the USA. The Jarcho-Yarcha-Turoff-Turow-Bermant families from Slutsk: Surname List
|My Genealogy Home Page
Randy L Alverson surname list
|Robert Allen of Jackson County, Alabama
My great-great grandfather was Robert L. Allen, born 1823 in Jackson County, Tennessee. Robert Allen was the son Celia Rash and an unknown Allen. Robert Allen's father apparently died when Robert was very young. As Celia Rash Allen, moved with her parents William Rash and Celia Laxton Rash to Jackson County, Alabama.
Agostinelli's 2000:\r\nSurname List\r\n
|The History of the Falor Family.
Contains an extensive look at the development of the Fehler/Falor family starting with Hans Adam Fehler, the original German immigrant in the early 1700's. Large clickable family trees. Includes birth, marriage, death records as well as history and photo?s of key family members.
|A concise look at the history of the Falor family
This site contains an extensive look at the development of the Fehler/Falor family starting with Hans Adam Fehler, the original German immigrant who came to Philadelphia via Amsterdam in October 1738. Large clickable family trees. Many images of birth, marriage, death records as well as scraps of history and photo?s of key family members.
|Coolbaugh & Related Families Database
A large database of research into the Coolbaugh surname and its crossing branches.
|Sullivan Burgess Family Tree
This page holds my family tree, which will be updated frequently. If you see someone you know, let me know. If you have information on someone, please share it with me. I have a lot of information on the Laughlin, Davy , Glendenning and Thomson lines, but the Sullivan, Burgess, Farrer, Harman, Trivett and Purchase lines need much more work. Please note that the Davy, Thomson and Glendenning pages are very large and takes time to load.
I am most interested in finding information on James Sullivan who immigrated to Canada in 1912 and left behind their families. I know it is too much to find my grandfather side of the family. (do you know how many James Sullivan's there are?) If you have any information on a James Sullivan born in England on Sept 25 in the 1870's, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!! I am offering a $100.00 US reward for the first person that can find him. Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is the back up I have on James as to date. Sullivan, James Attestation Sullivan, James Attestation 2 Sullivan, Harman, Marriage Record Statement of Death
Enjoy your travel into my past, and maybe you will find some of yours. I am starting to think we are all related :} Please Sign My Guest Book and let me know if you found something or have more to add. I keep all updates and contacts on file and one day someone your looking for may just email me.
|Our Little Patch of Light
Lots of information and pictures regarding our families
|Woodby and Sons Research Center
Genealogy and family history of the Woodby/Widby family surname. Genealogical research assistance for Woodby and related surnames
|The Battles Family Genealogy
The descendants of William Noel Battles, our Revolutionary Soldier.