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Ward Family from Ohio
WARDs from Pennsylvania and Highland and Adams counties, Ohio. Some families from Pennsylvania, Virginia, Delaware, England, and Switzerland. Includes history, photos, and online family tree.
The Dennis Wayne Bears' Family Home Page
Dennis W. Bears surname list
My Genealogy Home Page
Mary Joyce Bates surname list
Baranoff's from California
Baranoff's from California: Surname List Baranoff's from the town of Khabarovsk, Siberia. Kelly's and Mathews's from Texas.
Peggie's Knoblauchs of B?hmenkirch Ancestral History
Great-grandfather, Johannes Baptist Knoblauch (b:1825) B?hmenkirsch, W?rttemberg, DEU, s/o schlosser, Josef (1797-1849) & Genovefa (Gunzenhauser) [Schmid] (1798-1865) Knoblauch, Sr. He wed Josepha M?lar (b:1828) d/o Bernard & Katharina (Binder) M?lar on April 11, 1853 in Germany. Johannes' Sibling include: C?melia b: 1824 Imm: Abt. 1852-1890 NordAmerika Franz 'Xaver' b: 1827 Imm: June 1852 NordAmerika Joseph, Jr b: 1829 Imm: 1854 NordAmerika Karl Friedrich b: 1832 Imm: 1854 NordAmerika Bernard b: 1834 Maria b: 1836 Imm: 1854 NordAmerika Theresia b: 1838 Imm: 1866 to England Maria Anna b: 1840 Imm: NordAmerika Ignatius b: 1842 d: 1842 (2 mos.) Genovefa b: 1843 Imm: 1867 NordAmerika
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
The Axley / Hollestelle Home Page
AXLEY (from England ending up in Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana), HOLLESTELLE (from the Netherlands ending up in South Dakota), REIF (from Germany ending up in South Dakota and Nebraska), HOENSCHEID (from Germany ending up in South Dakota), HOLLOMAN (from ??? ending up in Kentucky and Indiana), DRIVER(from England ending up in Isle of Wight County in Virginia and migrating to Kentucky), LUTTRULL (??? ending up in Indiana), MERKLE (Indiana),MILLER (from Germany ending up in South Dakota), Breidenbach (Germany to South Dakota), and DAVES (from ??? ending up in Wyoming). Other names that show up frequently in the tree are ALEKSA (Oregon), POTTGEISSER (Germany to Indiana), and BAUER (??? to South Dakota--ancestors of Rolland Bauer).
Atwood Branan Couch Mahan Sapp Stringfield Family Genealogy
InterneTree: All-in-One Tree of Loren James Floyd Atwood Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Loderick Hudson Stringfield Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Uriah Hamilton Brannan Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Thomas Attwood Atwood Branan Couch Mahan Sapp Stringfield Family Genealogy: Surname List
Aris Family, Ottawa, Ontario/ Dalton family, Catalina, NFLD
InterneTree: Danah K Aris ON Aris family of Ottawa/ Dalton family of Catalina: Surname List
The George R. & Joyce E. Arentz Family Home Page
These families came from around Philadelphia, PA and South Jersey areas.
Researching Welschhans & Variant Spellings. Apker/Apgar
Johann Jacob Welschans immigrated in 1741 on board the ship Lydia. On list 3 he signed his own name. The spelling was Welschantz.
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Eileen Anderson arlington Report: Documented Events Report
The Wayne Alton Family Home Page
wayne douglas alton surname list
Mortimer family from 16th Cent. Sussex to Australia 1880s
Diana Elizabeth Allen - InterneTree\r\n\r\nJohn Hamilton Mortimer ARA 1740-1799 painter, whose family entertained George 111 at one time. Perhaps due to a friendship with the Duke of Lennox (grandson of Charles 11) the family tradition was that they had family connections to the Mortimers, Earls of March. \r\n\r\nMary Eliza Mortimer b 1873-her mother was Mary E RING- who married Walter Brown a physician of Gloucestershire. Their children b circa 1900 were Margaret Stella, Ruth and Walter M.\r\n\r\nConnecting lines, of people who emigrated to Australia,1860-1880,are\r\nHALL, of Renfrewshire, Scotland C1820\r\nDIGBY, of Gestingthorpe, Essex C 1820\r\nSTREIFF, of Hanover, Germany C 1820\r\nWITT, of Hamburg, Germany C 1820 \r\n
The Marty/Marti Family of Engi and Mott, Glarus, Switzerland
Most of the MARTY family emigrated from Switzerland in the 1850's. They homesteaded in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and South Dakota. \r\n
The Herbert King Family Home Page
This is the family tree Genealogy for Herber King born August 1909,in the state of Mississippi. He was married to Essie L King. \r\n\r\nKing Family Treemaker \r\n
Adams/Reifschneiders of Englewood,CO
Started 20 years ago with the Reifschneider family after receiving immigration papers. The family was orginally from Kutter,Russia. In KS in 1900. Have not been able to go much past this. I proceeded to follow female lines (Patton,Montgomery,Prose and Grandy etc). Much better luck.\r\nAdams is my husband's line and have not done a great deal of research there. All coming from Ohio,Indiana area.\r\n\r\n
Happel-Rundschau / Happel-Genealogy
Happel-Genealogy is a magazine on CD-Rom and internet, which is principally involved in researching this special family name. For subscribers there is a database of 25.000 individuals.
Genealogy the family ENDE and HEIDEN
family research in Mecklenburg, Western Pomerania, Saxonia and Saxonia-Anhalt
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.
Breunig Genealogie / Genealogy
Genealogy information for the surnames Breunig Preuniger Breuniger Hessemer Esch Weinmann Gellert Wenzel Hofmann Henrich Eiermann Ungerer Minola Dietz Kn?ffel Sinsel Neithardt in Germany
Hinnershitz Family Page
A Genealogy Home Page that contains a brief synopsis of the Hinnershitz Family Emmigration to America. Links to favorite research sites, including some Cemetery and local settlement area links. Check out my listing of associated surnames to date. I am alwBabb, Faust, Fies, Hartman, Hinnershitz, Hinterscheid, Lutz, Maurer, Noll, Reiff
Dolby Days
Dolby Days is for all the Dolby Familys. Lots of Information on the Lancaster Co PA Dolby Line
John Gerrath's Geraths Family Report Page
The Giant Geraths family that came to America from just west of Cologne, Germany. There are several pages of folks from Wisconsin, South Dakota, Oregon, California and Canada
Family informations, pictures and many links to other sites.
Legner/Woock geneology
A detailed account of the Legner & Woock Family geneology, going back to the 1700's

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