Total Records: 35
Description: Looking for info on George Stanley. He lived in Honolulu around 1935 to ? Worked for the Bus line.
Description: It originated from the early Mexicans. It means water of Mexico.
Description: Stanage family from Co.Cavan.Ireland.
Description: I am currently researching Patrick Hacket/Hackit/Hackett married to Mary Stanton County Leitrim approximately 1828. Both emigrated to Orange Township, Ionia County, MI, USA approximately 1840 to join brother Peter Hackett who emigrated at an earlier date.
Surnames: Hacket/Hackit/ Hackett/ Stanton/Price /Butler/ Snyder/Palmer
John T. Stanley
Description: born in 1831. I think he is my grandfather's father.
my granfather was George Washington Stanley B-1864. in Alabama.Married Rosanna C.Hollis.
George and Rosanna came to Arkansas in a covered wagon from Alabama.
Description: Although my families are widespread in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the U.S. most people come back to their homeland so can pick me up in England and then we can explore any possible lines of connection. Alternatively I can suggest someone else I've met on the Internet who may be able to help.
Surnames: CHANT (Somerset, England)
STANTON (Dorset, England)
HANSFORD (Dorset, England)
LONGLEY (Kent, England)
LINN (Norfolk, England)
Description: Searching all Constantineau in the world,
Family site : www.geocities.com/coutancineau,
Large database available on family site.
Description: Searching for parents of William Stanton, b 16 Nov 1782, Dinwiddie Co VA, m 3 Jul 1823 to Rebecca Miller in Clinton Co OH. Also looking for parents & ancestors of Rebecca Miller.
Surnames: Stanton, Miller, Self, Mobb, Ary, Stowers, Railton, Stauffer, Schneidecker, Marshall, Bernard, Bock, Durham, Gramm, Halbert, Hieb, Jayne, Johnson, Kost, Van Campen, Van Zile, Wheeler, Mary Frances.
Description: We are looking to trace the ancestry in the line of the Colver family from Michael Colver b 1791? or 1784 - d 1879. We believe he came from a line of the Colver family who migrated to Simcoe, Ontario in Canada. Michael appears to have returned to the United States subsequently.
Surnames: Colver, Collver and Culver. Our researches have recorded Michael but we are unable to find out about him or his offspring although we believe he had a son called Lewis Michael we would appreciate your assistance in this matter.
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.
Description: Need help --- need to find the passenger list for the years 1912 1913
Surnames: stenger ---stanger--stinger
Description: Resource Book - Linder surname
Surnames: The Linder Sourcebook: Origins, Distribution and Immigrants by Harold Linder.
(hard cover, 333 pages, available early May 2004.)
Special pre-publication price for orders received before 1 April 2004: $60 plus $10 shipping and handling. (Arizona residents add 8.1% sales tax.)
Send orders and checks to: Castle Mt. Books
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From the Introduction:
??This book is a first attempt to establish a framework for answers to the most fundamental questions about the Linder surname. Where did it originate? What does it mean? Where and how did it spread? How many Linders are there today? Where do they live?
I hope the incomplete answers and vague clues given here will both inspire and help direct further research. Most Linder genealogists and family historians are properly concerned with the limbs, branches and twigs of their individual family trees. This book attempts to establish an overall Linder framework and context for their efforts. This is a first description of the Linder forest, large, mysterious, difficult of access and shrouded in the mists of history, but offering great rewards for its explorers.??
Table of Contents
?? The Earliest Linders (1267?X1600)
?? Origin of the Linder Surname
?? Linder Numbers and Distribution
?? Linder and Lindner
?? Linders in the Register of Swiss Surnames
?? Saanen, Switzerland Linder Line
A. Some Historical Background for the Saanen Area
B. The Black Death Plague in the Saanen District
C. Early Surnames in the Saanen Area
D. Evidence that the Linder Surname Originated in the Saanen Area
E. Peter Linder Helps Negotiate Freedom for the People of Saanen in 1448
F. Cristan Linder from Saanen Serves as a Mercenary for the Pope in 1512
G. Glimpses of Everyday Life (and Linders) in the Old Saanen District
H. Emigration History of the Saanen District
?? Bern, Switzerland Linder Line
?? Basel, Switzerland Linder Line
A. Linders in the Historical-Biographical Dictionary of Switzerland
B. Linders in the Swiss Genealogical Almanac 1943
C. Some Historical Background on the Silk Ribbon Industry
D. Alfred Linder 1961 Memorandum on the Textile Linders
E. Other Linder References
?? Walenstadt, Switzerland Linder Line
?? Calw, Germany Linder Line
?? Linder Anabaptists
?? The First Linder in North America
?? Chronological List of Linder Immigrants to North America
?? Chronological List of Ship Crew Linders Arriving at Ellis Island
?? Jewish Linders
?? Black Linders
?? Canadian Linders
?? Linder Coats of Arms and Nobility
?? Linder Place Names
?? Future Research
This book will provide a wonderful resource for information for Linders seeking the meat to go on the bones of their Linder Family Tree. It will be of particular benefit to the genealogy buff who already has learned the basic structure of their family tree, but long to give it some historical perspective or to bring alive some of the real Linders who lived before our time. It feels like you??re reading about your own 15th and 16th century ancestors, how they lived, their marriage customs, their occupations, how frequently the plagues of Europe claimed their children before they reached adulthood.
One of the most exciting portions of the book for me was reading the details of how the Linders of Saanen participated in the purchase of the land from the local feudal lord, the Count of Gruyeres. That vignette brings to life the actual conversion of the European fiefdoms of Switzerland from the feudal system to one of small private land ownership.
Of interest to those descendants of Simon Linder b. 1680 are several articles on the history of the Linders in the Saanen area of Switzerland, including articles on associated early surnames, the effect of the black death plague on everyday life between 1600 and 1850, on emigration to the Pfalz (Palatine) and North America. An extensive collection of local church records are also cited.
The year by year listing of all of the immigrants listed in the various reference books is a real boon to anyone doing genealogical research. I??ve been working on my family genealogy for 14 years and this book is unique in its attention to detail. Harold says he??s been gathering material for this book for over 25 years, but says that he??s only captured the highlights of Linder history in this book. The time and devotion he has spent in analyzing the data and making sense out of it where there were only individual fragments before, is the beauty of this work. Although the author makes no claim to have uncovered all of the information on one surname, I??ve rarely seen as scrupulous attention to detail. It must have been a labor of love. the way it has been presented allows the reader a breadth of information that will allow him easily to delve deeper for more. And the writer has provided accurate references as well as the library he located them in in order to assist the serious genealogist in his work. Travel to Switzerland and Salt Lake City may be cost prohibitive to some seeking more information, but most libraries will mail a few pages from a book for a nominal cost if you know the exact location of your reference.
This book spans a time of 737 years of recorded history.
The Linder Sourcebook includes over 300 references to Linders in Europe before 1600, the present distribution of Linders throughout the world before 1600, information on 13 Linder lines and their origins, a chronological list of all Linder immigrant to America (over 1200), illustrations of 19 Linder coats of arms and a list of almost 200 Linder place names.
The Linder Sourcebook will be a standard reference for anyone interested in Linders for many years. It will probably change forever the way you think about he Linder surname. It includes translations of several German documents that give the English-only reader a solid introduction to early Linders in Europe.
Description: I am searching for the family name of Jankowski
in Michigan. Looking for immigrant Andrew Jankowski who came from Poland and was married to Agnes Maskowiack in Poland. All I know is that they settled in the Beaver, MI area
Surnames: Andrew Jankowski
Children: Stephen, Anthony, Stanley, Frank, Mike, Roman, Frances, George
Description: I'm looking for Theodore Kamberg who married Dora Sademan aboard ship somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean between Prussia and here.
Surnames: Kamberg, Sademan, Baldwin, Cooley, Stanton, Hardy, Ramsey.
Eileen L. Poulin
Description: Gostanian Family from Armenia to Massachuetts and New Hampshire
Surnames: Gostanian, Kachadorian, Bandoian, Minasian, Matorian, Yegegalian
Description: Delaine family from Kent area UK
Surnames: Delaine, Jury,Standen, Baskett
Description: I am researchingthe following:
Francis H. Reynolds b. 1822 NC married Catherine (Caroline) Jones b. 1826
John Annis Burton & Elizabeth Roberts
Sarah Haseltine Reynolds b. 1848 married William Samuel Burton, Kanawha or Putnam county, Va/WV
Charles Alexander Beckett b.1851 married unknown
Evermont Reynolds Burton b. 1879 married Florence Beckett, lived Hurricane, Putnam county WV
Hattie (Harry) Stanley b. circa 1880's married Rose Alford, lived in Point Pleasant, Mason county, WV both died late 1940-early 1950's.
Ruby Opal Burton b. 05-25-1903 d. 03-31-1981 married Gerald Musgrave Stanley b. 1904 d. 1959
Surnames: Stanley, Burton, Beckett, Reynolds, Roberts, Alford
Description: Owens-Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania-Mid-Late 1800's. Searching for the father of Henry Owens b. ca. 1843 and married Sarah Dunstan Aug. 12, 1866. Henry served with 69th PA volunteers in Civil War
Surnames: Owens, Dunstan, Davis
Description: Natalina Stephania Baroni
who married Vittorio Stanga
interested in ancestors of both families in Tenno
Surnames: Baroni; Tarolli; Stanga; Menatti
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
Description: Looking for my ancestors. My father came from Baltimore, MD.
Surnames: Hamilton, Martin, Stansbury
Description: I am an American amateur genealogist working on my 16th-17th century
STANLEY ancestral line. I need some help with the Suffolk line of Vicar
Leonard Staneley/Staveley, known to have married Margery Brown(e),
widow of Henry Brown, about 1581 in Aldringham-cum-Thorpe. She,
according to her will of 1621 had at least two children by Mr. Brown,
Reginald and Margery. She bore two children to Vicar Leonard Stanley in
Aldringham, John, b. 1582 and Charity, b. 1583 (who died in 1608).
Vicar Leonard was known to have become the vicar of Pettistree and
Ufford, Suffolk around 1590 and remained there until his death in 1620.
He produced there a beautifully inscribed parish register book,
contains notes of his won ancestry, apparently of the line of STAVELEY
in Ripon Park, Yorkshire.
Margery Staneley's will of 1621 (Suffolk Probate Records), does not
mention her son John Staneley, but does mention her grandson, Matthew
Stanley, who is to receive some inheritance "when 17, if he live." I
believe that this may be the Matthew Stanley who came to America in the
1630's or 1640's. possibly on the ship ARBELLA from Leyden, Holland in
1634. (This was the John Winthrop flagship in 1630.)
My website on my American Stanley ancestry can be found at:
Description: Grgrgrandparents were Thomas and Jane Kennedy Anderson, Abbeville,SC, then Greene County, AL. Looking for information on family prior to their generation. (Several of us looking jointly.) Contact me if you think you have a connection.
C. A. Jones
Description: Searching for info re William Wadsworth born 28 February about 1593 Norhmptonshire, England, died Hartford, CT about 1674; and first wife born and married in England, died Hartford about 1653. Our family researcher thought her name was Sarah Talcott, born 4 October 1582, daughter of Anne Skinner and John Talcott, but no info found re that combination on web. Son John Wadsworth also born England, Grandson Nathaniel Wadsworth, Gt. Grandson Hezekiah Wadsworth who had daughter Lois born CT 1744.
Surnames: Wadsworth, Talcott and Skinner
John Wadsworth and Sarah Stanley
Nathaniel Wadsworth and Dorothy Ball
Hezekiah Wadsworth and Lois Judd
Lois Wadsworth and Colonel Israel Jones
Description: I look for the following names their original descent from Croatia, Bosnia or Serbia.
Surnames: Raic, Rajic, Stanic, Livaja, Andric
Samantha or Samanthy Self
Description: This may be my husband's ggm. Her daughter Haley Stansell was my husband's grand mother. Haley's son Reford was my husband's Father
Surnames: Self and Stansell
Description: looking for relatives from william futch,martha stanaland,mary elizabeth futch and william parker in fl and ga.
Description: I am lookimg for more information on my gggg grandmother America Clark born in hardin Co, KY 1814. She married Archibald Stanley in Brekinridge, KY in 1837. She died in Jasper , Il on 10 March 1871 Any information is appreciated.
Surnames: Clark, Stanley
Don Evan Appleby
Description: Researching Appleby surname originating in Essex, England. See website at www.deappleby.com/myapplebyrelatedfamilies/index.htm
Surnames: ABRAMS (10), ACKERMAN (1), ADAMS (1), ALCOCK (1), ALLBAUGH (14), ALLEN (5), ANDERSON (2), ANDREWS (6), ANDROVETTE (1), APPELBY (4), APPLEBY (20), AQUILLA (1), ARNASSON (8), ASMUNDSSON (1), AUKES (1), AUSTIN (1), AVERY (1), AYERS (1)
BABCOCK (13), BADEN (1), BAILEY (1), BAKER (1), BALDRIDGE (2), BANCROFT (1), BARDING (1), BARLOW (1), BARNES (2), BARNS (1), BAURIK (2), BEATTY (1), BEIL\BEARDSLEY (1), BELCHER (9), BELCHUM (1), BELL (1), BENNETT (1), BERDING\BARDING (1), BERGNER (1), BERRYE (1), BEVERLIN (1), BISCOE (1), BLAKE (1), BLANCHARD (1), BLISS (1), BOGARDUS (9), BOWERS (1), BRADLEY (2), BRADSTREET (BROADSTREET) (1), BRANDOW (14), BRANON (8), BRISTOW (1), BRITANICK (1), BRITTEN (1), BROCKMAN (1), BRODIE (1), BROKAW (1), BROOKMAN (1), BROOKS (1), BROWN (1), BRYNJOLFSSON (1), BUCKNER (2), BUMP (1), BUNKER (10), BURBRIDGE (5), BUSH (2), BUSHBY (1), BUTLER (1)
CAMM (3), CAPEN (1), CARDELLA (1), CARLSON (1), CARRINGTON (1), CARWITHE (1), CASEY (12), CATLETT (1), CAULT (1), CAVNESS (1), CHAMBERLAIN (1), CHANNING (2), CHENEY (4), CHISTENSEN (1), CHRISTOPHER (2), CHYBA (1), CLAP (1), CLARK (9), CLARK(E) (2), CLARKE (1), CLAY (1), CLEMONS (1), CLOUGH (7), CLOW (1), COALTER (2), COATES (1), COATS (1), COE (3), COFFIN (1), COLE (4), COLLIER (2), COLLINS (1), COLLNS (1), CONE (2), COOK (1), COOKE (5), COOPER (2), COPPAGE (4), CRAFT (1), CULE (1), CURL (1), CURTIS (2), CUSHING (1), CUSHMAN (1)
DADASSON (1), DAHLE (1), DALE (2), DANA (1), DANFORTH (4), DAVIS (3), DE_WITT (1), DEBAR (1), DECKER (2), DECOO (1), DECOU (13), DECOUX (8), DECOW (6), DEPREZ (1), DEPUY (22), DEVIN (3), DIBBLE (3), DICKIE (1), DIXON (2), DOANE (1), DRAGNA (2), DRAPER (5), DU_BOIS (1), DUDLEY (3), DUNCAN (2), DUPUY (1), DUTCH (13), DWYER (4)
EIDE (2), EINARSSON (16), ELDER (2), ELLERY (3), ELLIOTT (1), ELWELL (2), EMERSON (1), ERASMUSSON (1), EVERLY (2), EYJOLFSSON (1), EYSNOGLE (2)
FALDRIDGE (1), FARREN (1), FERGUSEN (1), FERRIS (1), FINARSSON (1), FINCANNON (3), FINNBOGASSON (1), FIRMAN (1), FLAGG (1), FLETCHER (1), FLICK (1), FLORINDA (1), FLORY (1), FLOYD (15), FOOTE (1), FORD (1), FOWLER (2), FRANKLIN (1), FREURE OR FLEUR (1), FROMAN (2), FULLER (3)
GAGE (1), GALE (1), GARDINER (1), GARDNER (1), GARRETT (8), GAUGHAN (1), GAUTIER (1), GEAMIN (1), GEE (6), GENTRY (2), GERARD (1), GERHARDT (1), GIBBS (3), GILBERT (1), GILLIES (12), GILLIES\GILLIS (1), GILLIS (3), GISLASSON (4), GNEHM (12), GODFREY (2), GOETSCH (1), GOFF (1), GOLDSTEIN (4), GOODELL (1), GOODY (1), GOOGINS (1), GORE (1), GORTON (1), GRANT (1), GRAUN (1), GRIFFIN (17), GRIFFITH (46), GROVES (72), GROVES (OR GROSE) (1), GUDMUNDSSON (13), GUTHRIE (11), GUY (4)
HADLEY (1), HAFLIDASSON (1), HALE (2), HALL (3), HALLDORSSON (6), HALLENBECK (22), HAMMERSCHMIDT (1), HAMOR (4), HAMPSON (23), HANCHETT (2), HANCOCK (1), HANKEL (1), HANSEN (1), HARMON (2), HARPER (1), HARRINGTON (1), HARRIS (1), HARVEY (3), HASTINGS (21), HATFIELD (1), HATHWELL (1), HAWLEY (1), HAYNES (1), HAYWARD (1), HAYWELL (1), HEAD (1), HELGASSON (2), HEMMANN (1), HEMPSTEAD (1), HENTHORN (43), HENTHORNE (1), HEPDEN (1), HERRERA (1), HERRICK (3), HERRICK (MRS.) (1), HIBLER (1), HIGGENS (4), HIGGINBOTHAM (2), HILLIER (2), HITCHCOCK (1), HJORT (1), HODGES (8), HODGKINS (164), HOFFMAN (7), HOLBROOKE (1), HOLDEN (2), HOLLY (1), HOLTON(?) (1), HOOKER (1), HOVEY (6), HOWARD (2), HOYSAETER (1), HREINSON (4), HREINSSON (9), HUCKINS (7), HUFF (2), HUNTER (1), HUNWICK (3), HUSTED (1), HUTSON (1), HUTTON (2), HUXLEY (3)
IRWIN (1), ISLEIFSSON (1)
JACOBS (1), JAMES (20), JEBSEN (1), JEROME (1), JOHN (1), JOHNSON (1), JONSSON (29), JORGENSEN (1), JUNGKLAUS (1)
KANE (OR KAIN) (1), KEISER (2), KEIZER (1), KELLEY (1), KENDALL (2), KENNEDY (2), KIDD (2), KIENINGER (7), KILBOURNE (1), KIMBALL (1), KIMES (10), KING (2), KIRKLAND (1), KIRWIN (1), KLEIN (1), KNOX (1), KOEB (1), KOLEGE (1), KRAFFT (2), KRAUSE (2), KUTSCHER (10)
LANGELAND\DALE (1), LARSON (1), LASHER (3), LEAR (14), LEE (8), LEEDS (4), LEHNER (1), LEINE (1), LELAND (1), LEMLEY (2), LEONARD (2), LIDDELL (1), LIETZOW (1), LINDSAY (23), LITTLE (1), LONG (2), LORIMER (1), LOVINGFOSS (1), LOWERY (1), LUNDBERG (1), LUTT (1), LYDDELL (1), LYDON (4), LYONS (1)
MAGNUSSON (23), MANDEL (7), MARKS (1), MARSHALL (2), MARTIN (5), MASON (1), MATHER (1), MATHIAS (1), MAULDIN (1), MAUN (MAWN) (1), MAYNARD (1), MC_CARTNEY (3), MC_DONALD (1), MCCARTNEY (2), MCCLUSKEY (1), MCDERMITT (1), MCINDOE (2), MCKENZIE (1), MCLAUGHLIN\MCLAFLIN (1), MEAKINS (1), MEEKINS (2), MERRILL (4), MERSEREAU (1), MILLER (4), MILLS (3), MINOT (1), MITCHELL (1), MOHR (5), MONDAY (1), MONESMITH (2), MONTANEZ (1), MOORE (1), MORRIS (1), MORROW (2), MOWAT (1), MOYER (1), MUELLER (9), MULLER (2), MURPHY (1), MUSTAIN (4), MUSTARD (1), MUTRIE (1), MYRE (2)
NEILSON (1), NELSON (1), NEWMAN (4), NICHOLSON (1), NIELSON (2), NIKULASSON (1), NILSSON (1), NOBLE (2), NOWLIN (3), NOYES (1)
OBERIST (1), OIEN (1), OLAFSSON (14), OLIVER (3), ORMSSON (1), OSBORNE (1), OSWELL (1), OWEN (3), OWENS (1), OWSLEY (3)
PADDOCK (1), PAINE (1), PALSSON (1), PARLEE (1), PARSONS (11), PAUL (1), PAYNE (1), PAYSON (2), PEARY (1), PEDERSEN (3), PEERY (1), PELT (1), PELTON (1), PERRY (1), PERSONS (5), PETERSEN\PEDERSEN (1), PETTY (1), PHELPS (1), PICKERING (1), PIERCE (3), PILKINGTON (1), POLK (8), POLLOCK (2), POMEROY (17), POOLE (1), PORTER (1), PRATT (3), PREYER (1), PRICE (1), PRIMROSE (1)
RADNOR (1), REBENSDORF (2), REMINGTON (185), RHINEHART (2), RICHARDSON (2), RICHAUD (1), RICHTER (1), RIDGEWAY (2), RIVENBURG (6), ROBERTS (2), ROBINSON (4), ROCK (2), ROCKETT (1), RODGERS (1), RODICK (2), ROE (1), ROGERS (2), ROSENBUSH (1), ROWES (1), ROWLEY (1), RUSCOE (1), RUSSELL (2), RUTHERFORD (2)
SACKRIDER (1), SAEMUNDSSON (1), SANFORD (3), SAUPE (1), SCARKINO (2), SCHAFFER (6), SCHATTAUER (1), SCHMIDT (5), SCHOELZEL (1), SCHUPPAN (14), SCHWEIGER (16), SCOTT (1), SEYMOUR (3), SHAW (1), SHEARER (2), SHELTON (1), SHEPARD (1), SHOOK (7), SHORT (14), SHOULER (1), SIGMUNDSSON (2), SIGURDSSON (12), SINGLETON (1), SLACATH (1), SLYE (2), SMALL (1), SMALLIDGE (MRS) (1), SMITH (8), SNELL (1), SNORRASSON (1), SNYDER (14), SOLLY (2), SPEER (2), SPENCER (16), SPOOR (2), SPRINGER (5), STANWOOD (1), STECKLEMAN (1), STEVENS (3), STEWART (3), STINE (1), STOCKBRIDGE (2), STORER (1), STOVER (1), SUMNER (27), SVEINSSON (1), SWARTZ (1), SWIFT (1)
TALMADGE (1), TASKER (2), TEFFT (1), TEITSSON (1), TESCHLER (5), THOMAS (1), THOMPSON (3), THORARINSSON (1), THORDARSON (6), THORDURSSON (1), THORKELSSON (1), THORNTON (1), THORSTEINSSON (8), THURM (1), TISDALE (1), TORFASSON (1), TUFFT (1)
VAN SCHAYCK (1), VAN SCHAYCK (VAN SCHOICK) (1), VAN WOGGELUM (1), VAN WOGGELUM (WOGLOM) (1), VAN_HOESEN (3), VAN_SCHAYCK (6), VAN_WOGGELUM (7), VIGFUSSON (1), VOGEL (26), VON KENNEN (1), VON ROHR (1), VONROHR (1), VROOM (1)
WADE (2), WALDRON (1), WALKER (6), WARDLAW (6), WARMBIER (2), WARNER (1), WARTH (1), WATT (1), WEBBER (1), WEEKS (1), WELLS (1), WEST (1), WESTWOOD (1), WHEELER\?\ (1), WHITBECK (2), WHITEBREAD (2), WILDMAN (1), WILLEY (1), WILLIAMS (8), WILLIX (2), WILLIX OR WILLECH (1), WILSON (2), WINANT (75), WINANT (WINANTS) (1), WINANTS (32), WINCHEL (2), WINSLOW (2), WINTER (1), WOGELUM (1), WOGLUM (36), WOOD (1), WOODARD (1), WOODRUFF (2), WOODS (1), WOODWARD (1), WOODWARD (WOODARD) (1), WRIGHT (1), WRIGHT?? (1)
Description: Father David John Chorlton
Grandfather - James Edger Chorlton/Evelyn Chadwick
GGFather - James Burton Chorlton/Jane E Clarke
GGG Father - Edmund Chorlton/ Rachel Rawlings Oakham Rutland England - Siblings Elizabeth, Mary A., William Henry, Ann M.
Surnames: Chorlton, Chadwick, Clarke, Rawlings, Stanton, Yates, Ward.
Description: researching family of Henry Makins born 1832 in England, emigrated to Canada; married 1st Sarah Troyer, 2nd Juliett Smith, lived in Huron Co Ontario
Surnames: Makins, Troyer, Muir, Stanyer, Lawrence, Postlethwaite, Rouatt
Philip T. Stanley, Jr./Richmond, Va.
Description: Any info or family origins...please email me..
Description: Looking for information on Fate James Carroll. He married Trissie Ida Lee date unknown. He was born about 1841. My grandfather Thomas B. Carroll was born February 27, 1891. He has several siblings. Grandpa was born in Texas.
Unable to locate info on his parents.
Surnames: Searching Carroll, Pryor, Johnston, Pratt, Reynolds, Spaulding, Fleming. Stanley
Jerri Butler (stodghill)
Description: Trying to locate relatives,learn more about ancestry& origin
Description: Researching my family and my husband's to write family books for our daughter and grandchildren.
Surnames: WHEELER, Plymouth, Devon, England, UK
REED " " "
FRAYS, England, UK. STANHOPE, UK
GREENE, Dublin, Ireland
U'REN, Cornwall/Devon, UK
COLEMAN, London, UK
OWEN " "
SHEEHY " "
SHEEHY, co Kerry, Ireland
FOSTER, co Fermanagh, Ireland
CORRIGAN " "
GLOVER, Wiltshire, UK
PEACHEY, Oxfordshire, UK
PETTIS, New York, USA