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Adams County Illinois Biographies
The short family histories here have been gathered from a variety of sources. Many are from county histories and vanity books of the late 1800s. Click on a name below to see a family history.
The Grant & Gillis Family Home Page
InterneTree: Laura A Beauregard Genealogy Report: Descendants of K(C)arl Gubbe User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Patrick Leaky User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of James Dorsey Genealogy Report: Descendants of Duncan Grant Genealogy Report: Descendants of Angus Gillis
D * N * A ~ Beachboard and Timblin Trees
InterneTree: All-in-One Tree of William Beachboard D * N * A ~ Beachboard and Timblin Trees: Surname List
My Branch of the Seaton Family Tree
Pearl Barker born 1897 died 1971 in Aspen Co. Married Nelson Smith in Carthridge Mo in 1915. Genealogy Report: Descendants of James Seaton My Branch of the Seaton Family Tree: Surname List
Descendants of Nathaniel Harriman (Herriman) Ontario, Canada
Nathaniel Harriman was either born in Hadley, MA or Norwich, CT in 1758. He married Bethania Snow in Hardwick, MA in 1781 and they had 9 children. We believe him to be the son of Nathaniel Harriman b. Oct 9, 1723,the brother of Jonathan b. 1753, the grandson of Matthew Harriman born August 16, 1652 and the great grandson of Leonard Harriman. Nathaniel received a land grant of 200 acres near the town of Cobourg, Hamilton Township, Northumberland County, Ontario (then called Hamilton in Upper Canada) on September 1, 1797. He may have been referred to as a Simcoe Loyalist. We have recently added information on his brother, Jonathan who moved from Vermont to Sandy Creek, NY. Diadamia was the youngest daughter of Nathaniel and Bethania. She was reported to be stolen from the lake shore near Cobourg, Ontario by Mississauga Indians on June 7, 1797 just 4 weeks after the family arrived from Rupert, Vermont. A poem written by Bethania entitled The Lost Child was meant to tell her parents, Jesse and Mary Snow,(nee Eaton)in Hardwick, MA, about the loss of Diadamia. Nathaniel, his second son, is the direct line ascendant to the author. He was a well respected person and served in the Provincial Dragoons during the war of 1812 -1815. His younger brother, Luther, was also in the Canadian Militia during that war. Luther then became a physician and was married twice; the first to Sarah White (5 children) (Sarah may have died as a result of childbirth complications) and the second to Abigail Dean. That marriage produced 7 children. Two sons, Weston Leroy and Elbridge also became physicians. After serving on the Union side during the Civil War, as surgeons, they both returned to establish practices in Lindsay, Ontario. Elbridge then moved to Grand Forks, North Dakota some time after 1879. The Harriman History (Feudalism to Freedom)by Lois Ware Thurston,comments on the Harriman Name. The name Harriman was not uncommon in England, suggesting there was no one Harriman family, but several unrelated families with the same name. Some of the earliest Harriman records were found in Uldale and it was only in these records that another Harriman with the Christian name Leonard was found. Uldale is in Cumberland County (the Lake District) in Northern England near the Scottish border (and recent center of the outbreak of foot and mouth disease) There are variant spellings of Harriman, Herriman, Harryman, Herryman, as in those days people often spelt a name the way it sounded. Charles W. Bardsley, author of ?A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames?, claims the name Harryman is an occupational name meaning servant of Henry which when spoken sounds like Harry?. When the Harriman?s left Uldale it was likely to find a better way of life, rather than religious freedom. Leonard and John Harriman found themselves caught up in the Great Migration of the 1630's. and arrived with Reverend E Rogers in New England in 1638. They set out from Rawley, Yorkshire, England. Descendants of Nathaniel Harriman (Herriman) Ontario, Canada: Surname List
The Carmichaels of Minnesota
The Carmichaels of Minnesota: Surname List Our David is the second youngest son of David CARMICHAEL and Margaret [McLEAN] CARMICHAEL of Elmsville (aka: St. Patrick's Parrish, Digdeguash) of Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada. David's grandparents are: Parental - Dugald CARMICHAEL and Jannet [CRAIG] CARMICHAEL Maternal - Murdoch McLEAN and Susannah [DODWELL] McLEAN. David left New Brunswick to emigrate to the St. Croix Valley area of Minnesota, USA sometime during the early 1850s - just following the death of his father. His mother would soon remarry and move from New Brunswick to the state of Maine and many of his siblings were married and starting families. The Minnesota Territory had become well known as place to be for greater opportunity and prosperity then any of the other territories. Minnesota had built a tremendous excitement to those who want the American Dream. David's travels to Minnesota are still speculation, but we believe his younger brother, Daniel, followed him. David's Minnesota venture may have been initailized through plans of his Minnesota bound McLEAN cousins who have been identified through various Minnesota census records having settled in Anoka and Washington Counties. Following David's arrival in Minnesota, he soon became a major contributor to the growing lumber industry in the Washington and St. Croix County areas around the communities of Bayport and Stillwater, Minnesota and also that of St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin. David married Rebecca Harmon COX, daughter of Melinda [HADLEY] COX and Joseph COX of Indiana. Rebecca's mother was widowed very young and had been very well provided for, as a widow. At this time, we do not know what had motivated Melinda [HADLEY] COX to leave Indiana with her two small children which brought her to the Stillwater area, but once she arrived she became the owner of a thriving mill located in nearby Bayport. Melinda [HADLEY] COX re-married to a man named A. ? SECREST who was widowed as well and had two daughters of his own. Melinda died 12 years later, leaving Rebecca to care for her step-father, two half sisters and brother; and left her wealth to her husband. It is believed that SECREST made arrangements with one of his largest and loyal logging customer's, (you guessed it! - David CARMICHAEL), for Rebecca's hand in marriage, who was then 15 years of age. But! The Civil War would soon erupt and David would be one of the very first enlisting volunteers and was soon off to defend liberty and freedom as he understood it to be. David's grandfather, Dugald CARMICHAEL had been a Revolutionary War British soldier nearly 70 years prior, so with that memory, David went to battle fearlessly; proud to be the first of his lineage to fight and defend freedom. Yes, David's grandfather fought as a Loyalist for His Majesty's Umpirical Army during the American Revolutionary War, but only by persuasion not by intent; as his grandfather's only intent upon arriving in the New World, was to find wealth (for his family at home in Scotland) but soon after his arrival he was taunted (as many were) to join the British cause. Many recruits were told of only a short duration being involved and were promised land in the New World in exchange for their loyalties - of course, the land could only be given IF the Brits won the War and we all know how that turned out!
Nogues,Chavez,Stephenson,Votaw,Kiens,Fricker of U.S. & ???
KATHY Nogues Baldwin Family Tree NOGUES of Southern France,and the United States. CHAVEZ/CHAVES, of Mexico to New Mexico,to California to Idaho back to California. STEPHENSON/STEVENSON of West Virginia, Indiana, Oregon, Washington and California VOTAW of Indiana, Oregon,Washington, California KEINS/KIENS of Ohio, Illinois,Kansas, California FRICKER/FRAKER of Indiana, California
Ancestors and Family of the Northwest Connecticut Baldwins
Report: Kinship of Howard William Baldwin, Jr Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of John Baldwin Genealogy Report: Descendants of James Latimer Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Howard William Baldwin, Jr Genealogy Report: Descendants of John Baldwin James Latimer, b. Nov. 1842, & Margaret Rowland, b. Sep. 1850, my great great grandparents who came to Connecticut from Ireland in 1871. George and Angeline (Sandoz) Penley who were married in 1896. George Penley (my great grandfather) was born in CT, and so were his parents. Angeline's father was born in France and her mother was born in New Jersy. Ancestors and Family of the Northwest Connecticut Baldwins: Surname List
Balko Family Ancestors
Diane Balko surname list
B.Ballew's Ancestry Home Page
Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Leonard Ballew, b. abt. 1802 Genealogy Report: Known Ancestors of B.Ballew (1730-1998) THE BALLEW's may have been religious (protestant) refugees from Flanders, relocating to France, and later to America. LILLY MARSHALL's lineage, through her maternal grandmother, appears to link to Simon de Montfort usurper of the English throne in 1265; the Plantagenet kings of England; their Norman forebear Henry I of England; Louis VI of France; Russian Grand Dukes of Kiev back to 877; Charlemagne; kings of Sweden, Norway and Finland back to the 200's; King Coel of Britain born 125 A.D.; Clodius II King of the West Franks died 20 A.D.; and other historic figures. THE MINTON's are said to be related to the famous Minton pottery/china founders in the United Kingdom. THE STRICKER's were German farmers living near the Volga River in Russia, who emigrated to Canada then to the United States.
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/a/i/Dorothy-Lee-Bailey/index.html
InterneTree: Rachel Baxter (Beixter)
The Valentine Backes/Barbara Lich Family Tree Home Page
InterneTree: All-in-One Tree of Valentine Backes
The Jim Bachleda FTM Page
Report: Kinship of James Villela Hernandez
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 Ashley, Hatmaker and Maystead Family Home Page
the George Lee Ashley Family, Adam Hatmaker Family and Henry William Maystead Family. These families have branches in Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania. The Ashley Family reaches to England. The Hatmaker and Maystead Families reach to Germany.
Jane Barnes and Family Research
All from the Southeast region of US. Mostly Tennessee and Texas.
The Arneal-Olmstead Family Tree
InterneTree: Nathan J Arneal Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Thomas Johnston Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of John Arneal Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Hans Funk Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Richard Olmsted Thomas and Jane (b. 1802) Johnson were born in Ireland. The John Arneal chart starts in the 1700's and traces the Arneals (or Arneels) from northern Ireland to Ohio and eventually to Iowa, Wisconsin and Nebraska. The Hans Funk tree starts in 1656 in Germany. This leads to the Hauber line. The Haubers changed their name to Hoover once they came to the U.S. The Richard Olmsted (later Olmstead) goes back to 1430 in England. The Arneal-Olmstead Family Tree: Surname List
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Charles S Armentrout
Bill and Mary Stuart's Homeplace
photo's, lineage, ancestory
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Ancestors of Myrtle Mae Sollars Report: Address Report Genealogy Report: Descendants of Fredrick Palmer Adkins Genealogy Report: Descendants of Myrtle Mae Sollars my grandmother Grace L Sollars . She was from Clinton , Indiana. My fathers side. My grandparents on my mothers side . Fredrick Palmer Adkins , he was Born in the Charleston Illinois , and died in Terre Haute , Indiana.
My Genealogy Home Page
Timothy Ray Allman surname list
Wallace Family History Home Page
Includes Decendant reports for Robert Cooke and Robert Alexandar Wallace
The LaBelle (Lebel) Family Page
User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of George Ricker; Descendants of Richard Kimball; Descendants of Thomas Hartman; Descendants of Marie LEBEL; Descendants of Nicolas LEBEL.
The Carol Gower Halverson Web Page
Researching the Joshua Gower Branch
ALLISON< MATHEWS< COBB< WINN< LEA
InterneTree: Ancestors of Albert Arthur Allison III
The Algiere & Drees Family Page
The Algiere side are from the Missouri area. The Drees side are mostly from the Ohio area, and originally from Germany.\r\n\r\nOutline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Tobias Elsen\r\n\r\nOutline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Alfred J Stricker, Sr.\r\n\r\nOutline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Anthony Algiere\r\n
My Genealogy Home Page
ferris d aldridge surname list
The Albers Family
My father was born in Zwartemeer , NL .\r\nI have found living family members in Holland & Germany . \r\nMy branch of the Albers family was mainly Catholic . \r\n\r\nJennifer Albers Family Tree
Richard Lewis Ahrens
Henry Ahrens was a tailor by trade, came to America in 1847 (w/brother or son?), returning to Prussia (Rothenfel or Bad Rothenfelde a small town near Minden, Germany.),in 1848, and the following year brought his family to this country, settling in Pike County, PA., January, 1850. Thence he removed to Big Flats, New York later to Elmira, the same state, and from there to Pennsylvania. In 1864 he came to Washington County IL., where he and his wife both died. They had seven children. Two sons served in the civil war: William, who was a member of Company M, Sixth Penna. Cavalry; and Frederick, a soldier in the third PA. Heavy Artillery, who died at Frotress Monroe, VA. in dec. 1864\r\n\r\nGenealogy Report: Ancestors of Henry Ahrens\r\n
Angela Addie's Family Home Page
Angela D Addie - InterneTree\r\n\r\nThe Addie family came over from Scotland and settled in Wisconsin near Milton. The Ricker family is from Tennessee. The Moon family came over from England during the colonial period and my line of the family migrated down to Georgia.
Lawrence Ackerman Decendants
This site contains the decendants of David Ackerman's son Lawrence \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
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.
The Johann Georg Kleinhans Family Home Page
Johann Georg KLEINHANS arrived in Philadelphia in 1732 from the Palatinate in Germany. He and his family settled in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Descendants of Johann Georg KLEINHANS
Earwaker, Earwicker, Erricker Surname Resource
Earwaker, Earwicker, Erricker Surname Resource
A Canadian Terhune Family
information about Terhunes in Nova Scotia, Canada
Snead-Ville
I also have old pictures that are unidentified...please take a look
Richardson Family Home Page
Has over 5,000 individuals listed.

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