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Graham Thomas
Description: Kingham family in the UK

Surnames: Kingham

ron
Description: researched the above name and have info to 1300. bits of info in 1229.plus origination of name 849 AD, 1229 two brothers Sir Galfred and Henry de Wingham bishop of London and much more. two coats of arms (I have)

Surnames: wingham

Beck Sams
Description: Researching all SAMs from late 1600's to present.

Surnames: Updated: 1 Nov 2003
Surnames of those who married into Sams families since 1686.

Alexander, Alford, Allred, Ammons, Anders, Armstrong, Arrant, Arrington, Bailey, Baker, Balch, Ball, Barlett, Barton, Bassett, Bates, Beard, Bertin, Blackstock, Blackwell, Boling, Booher, Boulton, Bowman, Boyd, Bradley, Bradford, Briggs, Brilhart, Bradshaw, Bratton, Brenan, Brilhart, Brock, Brown, Buckner, Bullock, Burch, Burton, Butler, Campbell, Carl, Caplinger, Carden, Carrmichael (Carmichel), Carpenter, Carroll, Carter, Cate, Catherman, Caudill, Chandler, Clark, Clayborn, Clouse, Comer, Cook, Conner, Coons, Cornelison, Cornett, Couch, Council, Crawford, Crisp, Cross, Crowder, Cruzan, Curry, Curtis, Dauberman, Deem, Dellinger, Delph, DeWeese, Dillard, Dillingham, Dowers, Durham, Edgington, Edmonds, Edmunds, Edwards, Erhardt, Erwin, Fisher, Flasher, Fleak, Folsom, Fortner, Foster, Franklin, Freeman, Fulk, Fuller, Geddie, Gentry, Gibson, Gideon, Gobel, Goldsberry, Goldsmith, Gosnell, Gottbehuet, Green, Gregory, Grove(s), Hacker, Halscomb, Harper, Harrison, Hasty, Hatcher, Hayes, Haynes, Helton, Henderson, Hensler, Henson, Herron, Hickam, Hickman, Hicks, Hill, Hoenes, Holcombe, Hollifield, Hood, Hopkins, Horbeck, Hoskins, Hunt, Hunter, Irwin, Jameson, Jarrett, Jarvis, Jasper, Johnson, Jolly, Jones, Katherman, Katterman, Ketterman, Keever, Kelly, King, Kirkendall, Knowles, Krebs, Lamb, Lansford, Lawson, Laycock, Ledbetter, Ledford, Lewis, Lillard, Massey, Mayfield, Mays, McCall, McKinnon, Merrell, Miller, Mills, Mink, Moon, Moore, Morton, Murray, Orr, Osborne, Osteen, Parham, Payne, Pendergrass, Pitzer, Ponder, Porter, Potts, Preble, Presnell, Price, Proffitt, Prugh, Pugh, Radcliff, Radford, Ramsey, Ranck, Ransom, Rector, Redmon, Reed, Reeder, Reynolds, Rice, Ridenour, Roberts, Rodden, Rowe, Run(n)ion, Runyoun, Rutherford, Sample, Sams, Saunders, Siner, Smith, Sondin, Sowder, Sprinkle, Stanley, Stout, Tackett, Talbot, Tallant, Tate, Templeton, TenBroeck, Terry, Thacker, Thomas, Tillinghast, Tolbut, Tracy, Tre(a)dway, Trent, Tweed, Veatch, Wade, Waldrep, Waldrip, Waldrop, Waldroup, Wallen, Warburton, Ward, Ware, Warren, Webb, Wells, Whit(t)aker, Whittington, Wild(s), Wigel and Young.

Helen Wagner
Description: nee KINGHAM. Researching KINGHAM name in Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire, especially Little Gaddesden, Hemel Hempstead, Watford.

Surnames: KINGHAM, JANES, HOPKYNS, GRIFFITH, HALL, HALLIDAY

Dovie
Description: Looking for John J A Pitman and siblings, Monroe, and more. Father M mother S MO, TX, OR, TX, OK 1840-1910 approx

Surnames: Pitman, Cunningham, Lanford, Butler, Sharp

David Hallam
Description: http://www.hallamfamily.co.uk - Hallam Family Genealogy - This site is dedicated to the research of the HALLAM surname. If you have a HALLAM relative, you may well find a link through my Family Tree database, gathered through many years of research - a labour of love, or other information collected over the years and added to, all the time by HALLAM's from around the world. Forum/Photo Gallery/Gen Tree/News/Royalty/Statistics/Family Places. Come and join us!

Surnames: All Hallam's, especially Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire.HALLAM,TOONE,CRISP,WILSON,CROWDER,MOON,ROBINSON,SMITH,LANE,SIMPSON,WILDE,HARRIS,HALLAM?,DARTON,JONES,BAINBRIDGE,DONNELLY,STEWART,KNIGHTON,REED,WEBSTER,FEARN,BRADLEY,WOOLLEY

Staff
Description: Cutlip Family Association
http://Cutlip.Org

Surnames: Adams, Alkire, Allison, Anderson, Arthur, Ashley, Bailey, Baker, Ball, Barnett, Bellar, Bennett, Bleigh, Boggs, Boone, Branham, Bright, Brown, Browning, Burkhammer, Carr, Clark, Cochran, Cogar, Cool, Cox, Cunningham, Cutlip, Davis, Dennison, Dodrill, Eblin, Fisher, Fowler, Fox, Frame, Gray, Green, Gregory, Hall, Hamrick, Hinkle, Hughes, Jackson, James, Jenkins, Johnson, Jones, Kinnison, Knight, Lewis, Long, Martin, McCoy, Miller, Mollohan, Moore, Morgan, Neff, Perkins, Perrine, Perry, Pritt, Riffle, Robinson, Rollyson, Rose, Russell, Scott, Singleton, Skidmore, Smith, Spencer, Stiltner, Tanner, Taylor, Utt, Walkup, Ward, White, Williams, Wilson

batch
Description: cunningham/bryson family

Surnames: cunningham and bryson family from Virginia

Cindy Caraffi
Description: Looking for information about Bridget Noonan, b. Ireland, who married Michael Cunningham b. Ireland. They had 5 daughters in Pittsburg, PA, Katie b. 1880 d. 1927, Nellie b. 1883 d. 1971, Margaret b.1885 d. 1946, Julia b.1888, and Annie b.1891.

Surnames: Noonan, Cunningham

Mrs Gene McGhee
Description: I live in Glasgow Scotland. My McGhees in the main are from Galloway. Some went over to Ireland (probably during or after the Plantation Era...One came back to Galloway Hugh McGhee born 1889(circa)...Hugh McGhee was born Ireland his parents are James McGhee and Ann Jackson...James McGhee was a soldier...presumable in Ireland....I have nothing on the Scotch Irish McGhee except the names of Hugh's parents and his father's occupation...(lifted from Hugh's death certificate) Hugh McGhee married Agnes (Ann) Fulton 1809 in Kirkcolm Galloway... I have plenty of info from then to present day (although never enough)

Surnames: McGhie, McGhee, Jackson Fulton Carnochan Galloway Lyburn Barr Low Loch Montgomery Jess McDowall Mckie Patterson McTavish hunter Bain
Comer Munroe McFarlane Johnstone Cunningham McLean Stanfield Darroch Smith Litterick Muir

Rosie Couture
Description: I am genealogist for my immediate family and I have listed the various surnames in my family tree. My primary surnames are: COUTURE, CLOUTIER, KAIPONEN, MOILANEN. Please write to me if you have info relating to any of names listed. 11/14/2004

Surnames: French surnames
(primary names in all CAPS)

Archambeault, Arunt, Aubin, Aymard, Barbier, Beaudoin, Bechard, Begin, Belanger, Beliveau, Bergeron, Bilodeau, Bisson, Bizier, Blouin, Boaz, Bolduc, Boucher, Bouffard, Boulanger, Boulet, Bourassa, Bourget, Bragge, Breton, Brochu, Bureau, Caron, Carrier, Chabot, Chateaunef, Cieliesz, Cilluffo, CLOUITIER, Collet, Confer, Cot?, Cote, Couillard, COUTURE, Crete, Cunningham, Demers, Denise, DePetro, Desilets, Destroismaisons, , Doyon, Drouin, Dubois, Duplessis, Dusault, Ellison, Emelander, Fontaine, Forgues, Fortier, Fournier, Fredette, Gabe, Gabriel, GAGNE, Gagn?, Gagnon, Gaudreau, Gauthier, Geurink, Gibbons, Gilbert, Gingras, Gobillon, Gosselin, Goudreau, Grenet, GRENIER, Griffith, Grondin, Guay, Guay/Gastonguay, Guiheen, Hebert, Hedouin, Hesselink, Hobart, , Houbert, Huard, Janne, Jourdain, Kulie, La Durantaye, Labb?, Labbe, Lacasse, Ladriere, Lagueux, Lamontagne, Laplante, Larocque, Laurendeau, Lauzier, Lechasseur, Lecours, Lefebvre, Lemelin, Lemieux, Lepin, Lesage, LESSARD, Levasseur, Longchamps, Loudon, Lozen, Maarit, Maheu, Malet, Marcoux, Marette, Marsolet, Martin, Methot, Nadeau, Nolet, Paquet, Paradis, Par?, Pasquier, Pelchat, Pelletier, Perreault, Pilotte, Poliquin, Pomerleau, Poulin, Pouliot, Prall, Richard, Roberge, Robert, Rousseau, Routhier, Roy, Roy/Leroy, Ruel, Sedicot, Simonds, SIMONEAU, Sionnott, Sivadier, Soini, Srour, Stevens, St-Hilaire, Stiles, Thibault, Thielen, Tondreau, Turcotte, Turgeon, Turmel, Vachon, Verdon, Vermette, Vezier

Finnish Surnames
(primary names in all CAPS)

?hk?nen, Fraki, Hautanen, Heikkinen, Henttunen, Hesselink, Hiltunen, Holappa, Huovinen, Juntunen, KAIPONEN, Kemppainen, Kemppanen, Keranen, Ker?nen, Ketola, Kipin?, Kopas, Korhonen, Kortema, Koskela, Koski, Laihiainen, Lukinmaa, M?kel?, Manninen, Mattila, MOILANEN, Pieniniemi, Pyykk?nen, Rajala, Rantakangas, Romppainen, Rybka, Sepp?nen, Skytten, Soini, Sulkanen, Sutinen, Torvinen

Doris M. Brostrom
Description: Arthur McCloskey (McClusky) b.1829 in Dungiven, County Derry, NI, came to US 1841 on Brig Johns with Mary, Elizabeth and Michael McCloskey. In Philadelphia with Fritzgeralds until 1850, operated a grocery store in Wilmington,DE and married Ellen Ash in 1853. Nine children.

Surnames: McCloskey (McClusky), Ash, Cunningham, Mote,Mills,Hammond, Barber, and Benge.

Anngie
Description: Most of my reasearch is based arond Birmingham and the Black Country

Surnames: Worton, Bloomer, Batham, Berrick, Bate, Harris, Allen, Gale, Hinch, Biddle, Billingham, Cleal, Dyas, Hopkins

Wendy Roberts Craft
Description: My family tree covers many states, with basic origins that date back to pre-Revolutionary era; visit my homepage at http://www.geocities.com/cobesmom/index.html

Surnames: Direct Lines - ROBERTS, MOORE, KIRKLAND, WILLIS, MARCUS, WILLINGHAM...ENTROP (EULENTROP), GIERE,DEITERMAN, HATKE...SHULAR, WALKER, MARTIN, WALLS, PRICE...WELBORN, MILWEE, MARTIN, YOUNGER, CRABTREE, DUCKWORTH...CRAFT, WHITEMAN, NANCE, McLARRY, DOWELL, WRIGHT...

Wright
Description: I'm looking for anyone or anything that can help me find info on this James W. Wright's parents
Descendants of James W. Wright

1 [3] James W. Wright d: 12 Jun 1893 b: 1824 in Indiana
. +Elizabeth Cunningham d: Bet. 1849 - 1850
...... 2 George W. Wright d: 05 Apr 1876 b: 04 May 1843
.......... +Indiana Leathers b: 1845 in Gibson County , IN
............... 3 Sallie Wright b: Abt. 1867
............... 3 [2] James Wright d: 12 Nov 1945 b: 22 Aug 1869 in Gibson County , IN
.................. +Dacy Ann Wilson d: 24 Feb 1923 b: 04 Aug 1882
....................... 4 George Wright d: 16 May 1974 b: 01 Mar 1902 in Vincennes,Indiana Knox County
....................... 4 Noble R. Wright d: 10 Dec 1992 b: 08 Jul 1905 in Vincennes,Indiana Knox County
........................... +Dorothy
....................... 4 Anna Indian Wright d: 25 Aug 2000 b: 04 Oct 1907 in Vincennes,Indiana Knox County
........................... +Harold Alvin Glunt d: Jan 1945 b: Dec
....................... 4 James Virgil Wright d: 07 Jun 2001 b: 31 Aug 1910 in Allendale,Illinois Wabash county
........................... +Ardella Margaret Eisenhut d: 05 Jan 1998 b: 07 Oct 1911 in Otwell , Indiana
....................... 4 [1] Beulah Bell Wright d: 17 Dec 1979 b: 31 Oct 1913 in Allendale, Illinois Wabash county
........................... +Felix Garcia
....................... *2nd Husband of [1] Beulah Bell Wright:
........................... +David Phillips
............... *2nd Wife of [2] James Wright:
.................. +Purl Carnahan d: Abt. 1932
............... 3 Willis Wright b: Abt. 1871
............... 3 Noble Wright b: Abt. 1874
............... 3 George Wright d: Mar 1963 b: 19 Aug 1875
............... 3 Mary Wright b: 23 Dec 1893
...... 2 John Wright b: 1849
*2nd Wife of [3] James W. Wright:
. +Eliza Jane Phillips d: 01 Feb 1912 b: 24 Jul 1828 in Indiana
...... 2 Elizabeth Wright
...... 2 William Wright
...... 2 Matilda Wright
...... 2 Sarah M Wright
...... 2 Lucinda Wright
...... 2 Laura Alice Wright d: 26 Apr 1946 b: 08 May 1861 in Gibson County , Indiana

Surnames: Wright's , Leathers' , Cunningham, Phillips, Eisenhut's.

Patricia Oliver Holloway
Description: Descendants of Samuel Barron I
Generation No. 1
1. SAMUEL1 BARRON I was born Abt. 1700 in Bristol, England, and died Abt. 1750 in Mill Point, Hampton, Elizabeth City, Virginia. He married UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1712.

Notes for SAMUEL BARRON I:
He came to America like some many others to make his fortune. He was a merchant in Petersburg, Virginia, when he was called to be Commanding Officer of Fort George in Hampton, Virginia.

Samuel Barron was commander of Fort George. Fort George was destroyed by the great hurricane of 1749.
An account of this tremendous storm was given in the biography of Commodore James Barron, An Affair of Honor, by William Oliver Stevens.
Barron's grandfather (Samuel Barron) witnessed the hurricane first hand while stationed at Fort George. The account is as follows:
A threatening sky was observed to the southeast over the Chesapeake Bay. The wind increased which soon brought the rain. As the hours wore on the wind and rain increased in fury. Sometimes the downpour slackened. One could hear the sand picked up by the wind from the beach outside and blasted against every object that still withstood the gale. All the while the rising tide was rapidly being piled up to a height never seen before in that area. The waves were pounding on the shore, finally to the very foot of the outside wall at Fort George. A large tree crashed over on its side with its roots in the air and was driven against the land side of the Fort. With the impact the wall yawned and broke. Shortly afterwards the seawall lurched and sank at the point where it was exposed to the wave fury of the storm. Finally the outside wall of the fort gave way, and the filling of sand poured out, leaving the inner wall exposed to the blast without support. When this too fell apart and collapsed, the barracks took the full force of the wind. About sundown, the storm slackened and in another hour the rain and wind had diminished to such a degree that it was clearly spent.
The next morning Commodore Barron swept the distant waters with his spy glass. He was astonished to see across Hampton Roads a wide, sand promontory which had not existed there before. A sand spit had been thrown up during the fury of the storm, which was the beginning of Willoughby Spit.
After this, Samuel Barron moved to Mill Creek, Elizabeth City County, Virginia.
He had the following children: James, Samuel, Mary, Richard, William, Robert, David, and Ann.

Samuel Barron Jr., moved to North Caroline.

Richard married three times. By his first wife he had two children; Elizabeth and Mary. By his second marriage, one son, Thomas, lost at sea as captain of a schooner out of Norfolk.

William Barron was a zealous patriot from the very commencement of the Revolu-tion. He was killed by the bursting of a gun on board the Boston Frigate on it's way to France.

James died on a return voyage of the ship, from Holland.

Robert married a Miss Loyall of Norfolk Virginia and had issue; Mary, Elizabeth, Robert, Susan, David, and Ann. The sons died young, and one of the daughters married a Mr. Locke.
David, the only one of the brothers who did not go to sea, settled in Newbern, North Carolina. Married and had issue; Samuel and Ann.

Mary Barron married twice; first, a Mr. Servant, by whom she had issue: Captain Samuel Servant, lost at sea during the Revolution, and Lieutenant Richard Servant, killed in action off Cape Henry. This Lieutenant Servant had one son, Richard, born about three months after his death. Second husband was a Cunningham (see Ann Barron).

Ann Barron married three times; first, a Mr. Cunningham, brother of her sister's husband, and had issue: William Cunningham, lost at sea in 1795 on a pilot boat schooner on which he served as pilot; Samuel, who died in Newbern, North Carolina, in 1795, and James Cunningham, lost at sea during the Revolution while he was serving as a mate. Mrs. Cunningham married, secondly, a Capt. Johnston, and had issue: James and Mary Johnston. She married, thirdly, a Mr. Noden, and had two sons, both of whom died young, one lost at sea at the age of 16.
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Patricia Oliver Holloway's notes: I think the two Barron sisters (Ann and Mary) married two younger Cunningham brothers of our William Cunningham that married Susanna Roe. If James and Richard Barron sisters (Ann and Mary) had married brothers of William Cunningham, then (James and Richard Barron) would be William Roe Cunningham Uncles.

But in some of Lummie Cunningham's notes she writes that 'He (William Roe Cunningham) was nephew of Captain Samuel Barrron, commander of Fort George and cousin of Captains James and Richard Barron'. In order for William Roe Cunningham to be Samuel Barron nephew - If she is correct our William Roe Cunningham's father, William Cunningham had a sister and she married Captain Samuel Barron.
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Children of SAMUEL BARRON and UNKNOWN are:
i. SAMUEL2 BARRON II, b. Abt. 1730, England.

Notes for SAMUEL BARRON II:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
SAMUEL BARONS
Male
Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 25 JAN 1729 South Molton, Devon, England
Death:
Burial:
Parents:
Father: SAMLL BARONS Family
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Samuel, Jr., moved to North Caroline.

ii. MARY BARRON, b. 1732, England; m. (1) BARTAIN SERVANT; b. Abt. 1720; m. (2) JOHN CUNNINGHAM; b. Abt. 1716, York County, Virginia.

Notes for MARY BARRON:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
MARY BARONS
Female
Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 12 NOV 1727 South Molton, Devon, England
Death:
Burial:
Parents:
Father: SAMLL BARONS
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Mary Barron married twice; first, a Mr. Servant, by whom she had issue:
Captain Samuel Servant, lost at sea during the Revolution, and
Lieutenant Richard Servant, killed in action off Cape Henry. This Lieutenant Servant had one son, Richard, born about three months after his death.

Second husband was a Cunningham, brother of her sisters husband (see Ann Barron).

iii. RICHARD BARRON, b. Abt. 1734, Virginia; m. RECECCA; b. Abt. 1725.

Notes for RICHARD BARRON:
Richard married three times.
By his first wife he had two children; Elizabeth and Mary.
By his second marriage, one son, Thomas, lost at sea as captain of a schooner out of Norfolk.

iv. JAMES BARRON I, b. Abt. 1736, Virginia; d. 14 May 1787, on a return voyage of the ship, from Holland; m. JANE COWPER, Abt. 1760; b. Abt. 1740.

Notes for JAMES BARRON I:
Virginia Soldiers of 1776-Affidavits.
Norfolk Borough, 27 Oct., 1830. Certified that Commodore James Barron of the Va. State Navy died many years ago, leaving two sons:--Commodore James Barron of the United States Navy and Samuel Barron, decd. as his only heirs at law. That Samuel Barron, son of Commodore Barron, died leaving a son and a granddaughter, Elizabeth B. Armistead (the only heir of his deceased daughter). Copy teste, Swepson Whitehead, Clerk.

James died on a return voyage of the ship, from Holland.


v. ANN BARRON, b. Abt. 1738, Virginia; m. (1) THOMAS WOOTEN; b. Abt. 1727; m. (2) JAMES CUNNINGHAM, Abt. 1760; b. Abt. 1720, York, Virginia; m. (3) JAMES JOHNSON, Abt. 1770; b. Abt. 1727.

Notes for ANN BARRON:
Ann Barron married three times; first, a Mr. Cunningham, brother of her sister's husband, and had issue:
William Cunningham, lost at sea in 1795 on a pilot boat schooner on which he served as pilot;
Samuel, who died in Newbern, North Carolina, in 1795,
James Cunningham, lost at sea during the Revolution while he was serving as a mate

Mrs. Cunningham married, secondly, a Capt. Johnston, and had issue:
James and Mary Johnston.

She married, thirdly, a Mr. Noden, and had two sons, both of whom died young, one lost at sea at the age of 16.


vi. WILLIAM BARRON, b. Abt. 1744, Old Point Comfort, Virginia; d. 1796, At Sea; m. UNKNOWN, New England; b. Abt. 1740.

Notes for WILLIAM BARRON:

William Barron was a zealous patriot from the very commencement of the Revolution. He was killed by the bursting of a gun on board the Boston Frigate on it's way to France.

vii. ROBERT BARRON, b. Abt. 1746, Hampton, Virginia; m. LOYALL, Abt. 1768; b. Abt. 1750.

Notes for ROBERT BARRON:

Robert married a Miss Loyall of Norfolk Virginia and had issue; Mary, Elizabeth, Robert, Susan, David, and Ann. The sons died young, and one of the daughters married a Mr. Locke.

viii. DAVID BARRON, b. Abt. 1748, Hampton, Virginia; m. UNKNOWN; b. Abt. 1740.

Notes for DAVID BARRON:

David, the only one of the brothers who did not go to sea, settled in Newbern, North Carolina. Married and had issue; Samuel and Ann.

Surnames: BARRON and CUNNINGHAM

Becky
Description: Doing this for my children...

Surnames: Heckenlively, VanLandingham, Williams

bingham copeland
Description: I'm looking for and info on my family my father jame copeland and my grandfather was goerge copeland he married mrytle mae wood and his father was moses copeland and he married mattie bingham

Surnames: bingham and copeland

Glenda Chandler
Description: I am looking for William Harrison Mitchell was born 26 Feb 1811 in Kentucky, and died 25 Aug 1880 in Tuscaloosa Alabama. He married Nancy Griffin on 1835 in date unknown, daughter of Dempsey Griffin and Sarah Mitchell.
web address is http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/a/Glenda-Chandler-MI/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0001.html

Surnames: Acquard, Armstrong, Avaery, Barfield, Barham, Barnett, Bell, Bilbo, Bloomer, Bobbitt, Bolton, Booth, Brau, Brode, Brooks, Brown, Browne, Bruton, Burton, Calderon, Campbell, Carrell, Carter, Chandler, Clary, Claxton, Colwell, Combs, Cooper, Cox, Crowell, Davis, Dawn, Deborde, Denman, Derden, Drake, Duke, Edwards, Elam, Ellis, Evons, Fletcher, Freel, Galloway, Griffin, Hammett, Harris, Hatcher, Heath, Hodges, Hohweiler, Houchins, Hughes, Ingram, Johnson, Jones, Joseph, Jowers, Jr., Kenney, Key, Leahy, Loftees, Love, Lupo, Mason, Mayes, McDonough, Mcdowell, McTeer, Mercer, Michelle, Milligan, Mills, Mitchell, Moore, Nance, Neal, New, Newman, Oden, Palmer, Parker, Parshall, Pence, Pendelton, Pierce, Pollard, Ponish, Prewitt, Ramos, Ratliff, Reams, Reynolds, Richardson, Risi, Rogers, Roycroft, Sapp, Schumann, Selman, Shepherd, Sherrell, Sims, Smith, Sr., Stepp, Stevens, Swanson, Tammie, Tatum, Taylor, Tidwell, Tiller, Van Elam, Wall, Waters, Webb, Wells, West, Wheeler, Williams, Williford, Willingham, Wilson, Woods, Wyatt, Yearly

Liles
Description: James A Liles from Ireland married Mallisa A Cunningham-Mobile, AL - James never returned from the USA Civil Warm Mallisa moved to Texas with 4 children in late 1860's or early 1870's.

Surnames: Liles, Cunningham

Voshall
Description: Have info on Benjamin Voshall and descendants. He was my gr-gr grandad. Info mainly from Wash. Co. OH Ancestors from Beaver Co., PA,Summit,Stark,Athens,Ashtabula Cos. Also from Mass. and England

Surnames: Voshall, Johnson, Parsons, Weaver, Paulk, Cooley, Welch, Gross, French, Boyd, Cunningham, Cole, Dye or Dyer, Kaler, Slemmer, Henkli, McCally, Clear/Claar

Alastair Honeybun
Description: The Honeybun's of Africa.

Origins are out of Africa from such diverse places as; St Helena Island, England, Ireland, Scotland, and Germany

Surnames: ALLCHIN, BOWYER, BURDEN, CLINCH, CROW, DEAN, EMERY, FORSTER, HALL, HEDDING, HONEY, HONEYBUN, JENKINS, KARG, KIDD, KING, KUMM, LARRIBAL, MILLS, MITTENS, NASS, PRIME, RICHARDSON, SPICER, STUART, THREADINGHAM, WEBB, WEBSTER, WHITING, WILL, YATES

Delphine D (nee Farrer)
Description: I am researching the Farrer family--from Cumberland--areas(Burthwaite.Dalston.Carlisle,and Sleagill in Westmorland),and would be pleased to hear from anyone with info. Surnames associated with this family as follows.

Surnames: Farrer/ar/Russell/Cunningham/Law/Sowerby/Ulyart/Scott/Kidd/Herrington/Sagar/Green/Cassidy.

Taynaz
Description: Looking for a Benjamin J. Beckingham who arrived in New York from England 09.10.08 intended address 143 5th.Ave. N.York

Surnames: Beckingham

Margaret B. Connor
Description: I'm attempting to complete the pedigree of my mother, Margaret Johnson Biggs Murphy, first of 5 children of Benjamin Franklin Biggs and Mary Elizabeth Lowry Biggs, last of Wilmington, NC. MJBM was born in Wadesboro, NC on 12/28/1907 and died in Sarasota, FL on 7/19/94. BFB was born in Washington, NC on 8/6/1886 and died in Wilmington on 12/30/1974. I have no records for MELB. My mother was named for her ancestor, President Andrew Johnson, 17th U.S. President. Thank you!

Surnames: Biggs, Lowry, Colt, Crump, Bachman, Willingham, Patterson, Stover, Johnson, McCardle, Henckel, Pharez or Farris, Eschmann or Ashman, Walker, Dentzer

Nola Davies
Description: I am researching for a friend the Nevill Family in England. I have a marriage between John Nevill & Martha Bayley in St Martin in the fields on the 23 April 1812. I also know they had a son Barnard Bayley Nevill born in England, he arrived in South Australia in 1849. I have all of the Australian family but can not get any further back than the marriage in England. Where can I get some help. I have done my own family tree back to 1600 & another friends back to early 1700 so am not exactly a newcomer at this, but this time I am really stuck!!

Surnames: Nevill, Bayley,Kingham. Barrass, Cain,Patterson

Karl H. Kleen
Description: retired cartographer, RAOGK contribitor & user "have digital camera & GPS--will travel around St. Louis, MO area"

Surnames: Fogle, Vogel, Bogle, Parsons, Myers, Galloway, Kretzer, Kleen, Canira, Themer, Wolf, Rockwell, Bridge, Harkness, Warbel, Yates, Jury, Laselle, Bingham, Ripley, Bradford, Morton

M. Turner
Description: Joseph Frank Tarpley son of Linzie Green Tarpley from Virginia, North Carolina and Fannin county, Georgia.

Surnames: Tarpley, Dillingham

April
Description: John Clark Cunningham, born about 1838, in Glasgow, Scotland. Immigrated to US about 1853 with his parents David Cunningham, JR and Mary Clark. They eventually settled in Tioga County, PA. John Clark Cunningham was a Civil War veteran. He married Julia Crum* in PA. John Clark Cunningham died 6/5/1936, at the age of 98!

Surnames: Clark, Cunningham

Shona Fotheringham
Description: I am Shona Lyn Fotheringham. I can only go back as far as my grandparents and beyond that I know nothing. What I do know is my father is Alexander Petrie Fotheringham, born in Bridge of Allan, Clack Mananshire, Scotland (1947). He is the son of Alexander Petrie Fotheringham (deceased around 1973) and Isabella Fisher (deceased approx.1954) My father came to Canada in 1966 with my mother Heather Jean Nesbitt of Tillicoultry.
Any information you might have would be nice!

Surnames: Fotheringham

Greta Blevins King
Description: I am looking for history and photos of my grandparents James Monroe Blevins and his wife from Willard, Kentucky. and also pictures of my father Estill Blevins also from Willard, Ky.

Surnames: Blevins, Pennington, Leadingham

alan jennings
Description: researching family history -- very interested in the William MBF Yandell and Catherine (McAdams) Yandell of Fayette County, Alabama circa 1840-1860s. would like to hear from anyone with information regarding these people.

Surnames: Yandell; Jennings; Cobb; Cunningham; McAdams; Pollard

Pearlene Corn Tatum
Description: Looking for John Richard"Dick" Corn Married Beulah Willingham 1899,James Monroe Davis married Thomas Cornelia"Nealy"Slough are anything about Thomas Slough born in Al who married Nancy?

Surnames: Corn,Corne,Davis,Slough,Willingham

Sonja Harding
Description: A collaborative effort by many of the descendants of Johnston McWILLIAM. Extensive research completed on the descendants of John and Rebecca (nee MOSS) McWILLIAM, who died in Christchurch New Zealand in 1881 and 1901 respectively. John was the son of Alexander and Anne (nee HOWARD or BOYLE) believed to have been from Nairnshire Scotland. The family has roots in Scotland, Co. Roscommon Ireland, Northern Ireland, Canada, the United States of America, Australia and New Zealand.

Our research goes back seven generations and includes cited sources for births, deaths and marriages. We have followed the women in our lineage as faithfully as we have our direct ancestors.

Surnames: McWILLIAM, MOSS, JOHNSTON, JONES, DOWLER, THOMPSON, GLOVER, MORRIS, FANTHAM, BAYLY, CUNNINGHAM, KENNARD, MOORE, CLINTON, SKEHEN, CONWAY, GALLAHER, BENISON (variants as well), KANE, McKINLEY, BEAUMONT

Christina
Description: Most of my family descend from Dublin Ireland. Many remain there the rest are here in the UK (Coventry).

Surnames: Hinch, Cunningham, Bishop, Finlay, Darcy, Warner, Mahon, Brian.

Darlene Poppe
Description: Buckingham's in Missouri and Texas

I just received a 1970 census from Osage, Missouri. Eugene Buckingham would have been about 5 then and we know he had a twin sister Mary Fannie so,

1870 census from Osage Township, Missouri

1. Buckingham, George, age 68, male, a shoemaker, born in Massachusetts
2. Mary A., age 37, female, keeping house, born in Georgia
3. George W., age 11, male, born in Texas
4. Alexander, age 9. male, born in Texas
5. EUGENE, age 5, male, born in Texas
6. MARY F., age 5, female, born in Texas
7. Pereia L., age 3, male, born in Illinois
8. James B., age 5/12, male, born in Missouri

darlene.poppe@adelphia.net

Surnames: Buckingham, Bratcher, Bell

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