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Edmond & Catherine Smothers
This file contains descendants and collateral family lines of Edmond and Catherine Smothers. Both were born in North Carolina in the 1780's and lived their adult lives in Tennessee and Illinois, circa 1800-1865. Cousins/Comments contact: smothers@dca.net
Creacall Web Pages
262 surnames with many photographs and images.
The Descendants of John Hinchliffe
John Hinchliffe was born at Longwood, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, UK.
Ancestors of Jack Morris & Carla Whiteman
Morris family from Crawford and Warren Co, PA. Rogers family from Warren Co, TN. Whiteman's and Wilson's from Indiana.
Staal and Worldwide Connected Families - Website
ITS purpose is to display, gather information and extend the family tree for the benefit of people with the Staal family name and their connected families.
THE Staal & Worldwide Connected Families ? Website, is a unique site with not only lists of names & dates, but origins, priceless family stories, histories, detailed historical facts about our ancestors, lifestyles, the Holocaust, family trees, genealogical reports, kinships, links & family photos all exclusive and not found elsewhere.
THE family trees cover eleven generations of the Staal & their closely connected families.
Charles Davis 1824-1914, founder of Charles Davis Ltd
Thomas Davis was born in St.Pancras, Middlesex in 1802 and married Ann Young born in St.Martins, Middlesex in 1803. They had eight children; Emma b1821, Thomas b1821, Charles b1824, Ann b1826, William b1828, Martha b1830, Sarah b1833 and Eliza b1836. They were living in 1841 and 1851 at 7 Hart Street, St.George Hanover Square and Thomas Snr. was listed as a Carriage lamp maker. At the age of about seventeen, Charles Davis was caught robbing a till; as a first offender he was dealt with reasonably leniantly, and served three months in gaol. After his release he was caught stealing a silk handkerchief. In the eyes of the authorities he was now a habitual petty thief, and on the 5th of April 1841, he was sentenced to transportation for ten years. While waiting for his sentence to be carried out, Charles spent ten months in a hulk, a ship moored offshore and used as a gaol. Then, on the 2nd of April 1842 the Candahar set sail from Spithead and arrived in Hobart on the 20th July 1842 with 249 male convicts. This is where the story of Charles Davis really begins. It is the story of a man who in 1847, on his release, set up a small tinsmithing workshop. By hard work and astute management, this grew into the hardware empire, Charles Davis Ltd, selling many items made in the greatly expanded workshops, and importing goods from all round the world. Charles Davis remained in charge until 1911, and only then, at the age of eighty-seven, passed control to his sons; Charles Jnr and Alfred Thomas. Marrying five times, he fathered twelve children, had thirty-two grandchildren, sixty-two great-grandchildren and founded a business which was to become 'one of Australia's oldest and most successful companies'. The Davis Family Tree
BEARDSLEY and WIGGINS - Why We Are ...Who We Are
BEARDSLEY/ENGELS Family LineMy husband's paternal family line decends from WILLIAM BEARDSLEY, Immigrant who arrived in 1620 from England with his wife Mary HARVEY, and their first three children, Mary, John and Joseph. They settled first in MA. and then helped establish the town of Stratford, CT. His mother's family are all of German descent. His grandfather was Walter Maximillian ENGELS who was born in 1880 in Elizabeth, New Jersey. He was married to Wilhelmina DRESING, born in New York City, NY in 1879. Walter's father was Frederick W. ENGELS born in Germany location unknown. He arrived on the ship Breman from Hamburg in 1873. His wife's name was Ernestine. He was a Baker by trade and he had a sister named Renate who was a seamstress. This is all we know about the ENGELS line. Wilhelmina was the daughter of Frederick G.W. DRESING who was also born in Germany. He operated a grocery store in N.Y.C. He and his wife Elizabeth F. Jaegle had 11 children and they celebrated their 50th anniversary in 1917. Elizabeth Jaegle was born in New York City and had a brother named William. We believe her father was a farmer. WIGGINS/SMITH Family Line My PATERNAL ancestor was Rev. War Soldier, WILLIAM WIGGINS, born in NC circa 1755. He was married to Elizabeth COOPER, daughter of Fleet Cooper, Sr. and Margaret COOR. It is thought that his father may have been George Wiggins, born c. 1725 in Duplin, N.C. Any assistance to verify this information would be appreciated. My MATERNAL line is the greatest challenge. My grandfather was Geoge Wilson SMITH and my grandmother was adopted. Her adopted name was Grace Emma MARSHALL and we believe her natural name was Elizabeth PRESUITA or PRESEITA. She may have been born in Italy. She was adopted through the Fairmount Childrens Home in Alliance Ohio in 1905. She had a younger sister named Mary born in 1904. It is very possible that the parents gave false information when they left the children as foundlings. Also, the sketchy infomation from the records says that the father was in the Canton WorkHouse. I have never been able to find out any information about such a place. Grandfather's papa was Martin Gring SMITH, son on LeFerry SMITH (1824-1906 PA & Iowa) and Frances Fanny GRING, (1827-1906) dau. of Isreal GRING of PA. Martin was married to Samantha (Manta) WILSON (1867-1935) She was the daughter of Joshua Henry WILSON bn 1824 in Indiana and Frances TEMPLETON born in Ohio.Joshua Henry's father was Grinner WILSION born 1793 in NC. He married in Wayne County Indiana Eleanor Blair WALKER said to be the daughter of James WALKER of Ireland. Who was Griner's father? Was it Milton or Israel?
Gerrit Aalbers Family Tree Home Page
InterneTree: All-in-One Tree of Gerrit Aalbers Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Gerrit Aalbers Gerrit Aalbers Family Tree Home Page: Surname List
The Beasley , Pitre, Jofar, Davis Family
InterneTree: Glenn S Beasley Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Perk Beasley Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Reuben Williams (View PDF) Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of James Cherry Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Richard Dick Mcnack Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Leonce Joseph Pitre Mary L.Davis my Great Grand Mother She was born in Lynchburg, Virginia December 10,1840 She Married Richard Davis the Son of a Plantation Owner He was a carpenter by trade Born 1829,in Richmond, Virginia. He also had a Sister Bassie Davis She is my Great Grand Aunt Richard & Mary - they called her Bambi had only one child my Grand Father Samuel Davis aka (Samuel Jofar) Born 1883,in Richmond, Virginia. He ran away from home and was able to pass as white; He joined the Merchant Marine and lived in Brazil with a Family named Jofar. After he returned to America and rejoined his family he told them that Davis was a Slave name and his free name was Jofar. He would never use that name again he was not a slave to any Man, His father did not like this and there were many family arguments about it. Samuel Jofar married Ella Pierman my Grandmother she was Born 1884 in Lynchburg, Virginia the Jofar & Davis family arrived in Phoenix, Arizona about 1915 Just before the Birth of my Mother Wyona Jofar-Beasley. Samuel Jofar Became one of the 1st Black Doctor's in the state of Arizona He was a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine His Office was located near 11th Street & Washington in Phoenix, Arizona He was also a Barber And I still can remember my 1st hair cut as a child. Richard & Mary Davis are buried at Forrest Lawn Cemetery in Phoenix, Arizona Samuel & Ella Jofar are buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Phoenix, Arizona The Children of Samuel & Ella Jofar are: Wyona L. Jofar Beasley Martha Jofar Belcher Joseph K. Jofar The Beasley , Pitre, Jofar, Davis Family: Surname List
Bateman - Hall Family Tree of Saskatchewan, Canada
Valerie S Bayer surname list
THE DIOBILDA'S OF COATESVILLE, PA
InterneTree: Judi A Baxter THE DIOBILDA'S OF COATESVILLE, PA: Surname List
Baumans in Stark County, Ohio
Marian Hungerman Bauman surname list
The Charles Otis Baughman Family
User Home Page Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Charles Otis BAUGHMAN User Home Page Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Suzanne (Susan) Cope FINLEY
The Home Page of Amy Anne Bauer
Amy Anne Bauer surname list
My Genealogy Home Page
Book: Billy Long Family Tree
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Mamichka Lou N Bath surname list
Darrell Joe Battles and Karla LeAnne McKerley
Book: Apples and Oranges Darrell Joe Battles and Karla LeAnne McKerley: Surname List
The Never Ending Tree
Book: Colleen's Family The Never Ending Tree: Surname List
Liz (Dobie) Bate: Our Family History
Decentant tree of Thomas Dobie. Thomas Dobie (b. 1796) married Jane Haliday - some reports I have seen spell her name as Holiday - (b. 1805). Andrew W Bate - InterneTree User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Thomas Dobie User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Henry Duce User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Maurice Clifford Leonard Bate User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Duncan Macintyre User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Philippe Moniot
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William G Barnes SURNAME LIST
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InterneTree: Eric L Bankes
THE BALL FAMILY OF SIERRA VALLEY
William Valentine Ball. He was born Oct.4,1834 in Rock Island Canada. He moved from Sherbrooke Canada to Sierra County California in 1856. The family of Marshall Bronson. He was born May 12,1811 in Susquehanna County Penn. He came to Sierra Valley in the 1850's. The family of Joseph Dyson. He was born Oct.12,1843 in Toronto Canada and came to Sierra Valley in the 1860's. Roscoe Lausen Atkins born 1872 in Ill. and came to California. robert b ball - InterneTree THE BALL FAMILY OF SIERRA VALLEY: Surname List
My Genealogy Home Page
Kim H Baker surname list
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: James R Baker
Herman Lee Baker Sr Suffolk, Va
InterneTree: Herman L Baker sr Herman Lee Baker Sr Suffolk, Va: Surname List
Bob and Debbie's Family Tree
Martin Mellinger returned to Liditz, PA in 1863 after his medical discharge from the Army in Ohio. By 1865 Martin is in Stephenson Co, Illinois and marries Anna Sellers, also of PA. They have three daughter together, Mary, Sarah, and Emma Elizabeth. Emma and Sarah list Princeton Indiana as their place of birth. Sometime after Emma's birth in 1873, Martin and Anna divorced. In 1879 she is remarried in a Vigo Co. Census for 1880 to Chas. Calvin and living in Vigo Co. Emma Elizabeth Mellinger was my grandmother. Bob and Debbie's Family Tree: Surname List
The Bain Family Of East Tenn
InterneTree: All-in-One Tree of William Bain The Bain Family Of East Tenn.: Surname List
The Pugh's North Carolina and the Backensto's of Michigan
InterneTree: Terrell L Backensto The Pugh's North Carolina and the Backensto's of Michigan: Surname List
The Harry C. Babbs of Pensacola, FL
Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Phillip Babb The Harry C. Babbs of Pensacola, FL: Surname List
Bruce Murray Babcock, Oakland, CA FAMILY HOMEPAGE
Babcock (Sherman, b1762, RI, m. Delecta Rich, b1774, NY) Babcock (James, b1665, England, m. Sarah Unknown,b abt 1667) Heniken (George W, b1831, m. Margaret J. Frair, b1834) Lucas (Virginia, b1857, VA, m. Clinton Murray, b1854, KY) Martin (Jacob, b1822, Darmstadt, Germany, m. Mary Unknown, b 1825, Germany) Murray (Charles, b1748, Ireland m., Jenny Rodman, b1760, Ireland) Murray (Donald Allen, b1898, Moray, Scotland) Rimstidt (Rihmenstedt)(John Gerhardt, b 1800, Germany, m. Adeline Seveus, b1804, Germany) Searles (William A., b abt 1860, NY, m. Frances Elizabeth Martin, b1863, IA), Sergeant (Victoria, b 1860, IL (mother Mahala Unknown), m. William F. Babcock, b1853) Book: The Babcock's Bruce Murray Babcock, Oakland, CA FAMILY HOMEPAGE: Surname List
Tucker, Azzam, Wright, Parr, Merritt, Wilson Home Page
InterneTree: Sandra K Azzam Tucker, Azzam, Wright, Parr, Merritt, Wilson Home Page: Surname List
Avey/Grekul Home Page
Joan Avey surname list
Rosefire's Study in Colorado
InterneTree: Donna L Averill Genealogy Report: Descendants of Nels Peter Andersen
Ddorothy Kay Avenell
Ddorothy K Avenell - InterneTree
Adams,Cole and others in Georgia
InterneTree: Linda D Austin
Qui Habet Aures Audienti, AUDIAT! Matthews 11-12
All-in-One Tree of Ole Pedersen Qui Habet Aures Audienti, AUDIAT! Matthews 11-12: Surname List
The Mitchell Atkinson Family of Texas
My GGGGrand-father was William Neale Atkinson born 1813 Liverpool, Lancaster, England. Married Catharine Boscow 1838 Braddan Parish, Isle of Man, England. Immigrated Buffalo NY 1839. Then to Quincy IL in 1840-1850. Died Quincy IL 1855. Catharine's family was also from Liverpool, England. My Great Grand-father Keaton James Wright and wife Dilla Dito Shaw Wright. They married and lived in Haskell county Texas and had 12 children. My GGGGGGGGrand-father was Thomas Brown from the William Penn Colony to my grandfather William Mitchell Brown Jr. Patrick Marion Munn my grandmothers father. Patrick Munn's GGGGGrandfather was Alexander McAlpine Munn of Scotland B1720 D1776. InterneTree: All-in-One Tree of Mitchell Ray Atkinson Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Thomas Brown Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of K.J. Wright Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of William Neale Atkinson Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Alexander McAlpine Munn The Mitchell Atkinson Family of Texas: Surname List
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
PASQUALE J. ASSALONE,LAKEWOOD,N.J.
FROM EAST HARLEM,N.Y.C.(113TH ST BET.2ND & 3RD AVE.) FATHER, VENANZIO (VINCENT) ASSALONE FROM GALLO MATESE,CASERTA,CAMPANIA,ITALY GRANDFATHER, PASQUALE (PATSY) ASSALONE FROM GALLO MATESE,CASERTA,CAMPANIA,ITALY MOTHER, JENNIE (PALIOTTA) ASSALONE FROM BRONX, N.Y. InterneTree: Angelo Assalone #1 PASQUALE J. ASSALONE,LAKEWOOD,N.J.: Surname List

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