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My Gillespie/Gaines Family
John B. Gaines married Sidney Ann Patterson,, their oldest son, Samuel Patterson Gaines married Sarah Catherine Gillipsie. See Gaines family below. This an accounting of her ancestry sent to me by John Eisenberg. This starts with Robert, as generation one, born circa 1735 in Scotland, died 1799 Botetourt County, Virgina. John uses the Gillespie spelling which is interchangeable.
Ancestral Lines of Victor Hawk of Georgia
Lines go back deeply into late 1700's and early 1800's Georgia, probably back to Virginia prior to the Revolution.
Wayland, Terrill, Terrell, Fowler, Chittenden Surname Genealogy(and many others)
Largest Wayland page, largest Terrill/Terrell pages (VA origin). Largest Chittenden page, with inclusion of every name from Talcott's 1882 Chittenden book (New England origin). Old photos of people and documents (some before Rev. War) are on site also.
Gillespies of Lanarkshire Scotland
Descendants of James Gillespie and Isobel Paterson. Main burial plot in Wiston, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Birney and Gillespie Families
I am looking for the descendants and ancestors of John Birney and Mary Campbell. They had 4 children John, Hugh, William, Robert, and 1 daughter Isabella (Margaret), who stayed in Ireland. I am desended from Hugh Birney.
The Lochabay's and Beasley's of Texas
My search starts with the marriage of Wyatt Parker Lochabay from Georgia and Delilah Caroline Davidson of Alabama, in Perry, county Alabama on September 19, 1847 and Robert Elijah Beasley born on April 14,1863, and Mary Elizabeth O'Rear born April 9,1866, she died before 1917,also Emerson Cooper Austin, born August 19,1853, in Kentucky and Lucinda Marillo Thompson, November 1, 1856 in Flatonia,Texas.They were married there on May 27,1875, also Eddie A. Williams and Willie Ethyl Walker, married in about 1890 in Ellis,Navarro Or maybe Tarrant county Texas. The Lochabay's and Beasley's of Texas: Surname List
BERG/BEARS-GRANDMONT/ RUMISER CONNECTION
InterneTree: Mary A Bears BERG/BEARS-GRANDMONT/ RUMISER CONNECTION: Surname List
Descendents of Barton Guest and Elizabeth Porter
Barton Guest and Elizabeth Porter came to Texas about 1858, first to Palo Pinto County, then to Bexar County. Their children: 1. John J. Guest, born about 1849 in MS 2. Josephine A. Guest, born about 1850 in MS, married 11 Mar 1869 to Thomas Langley in Bexar County, TX. Died after 1880. 3. Rachall Guest, born about 1853 in MS, married Joe Fuller, died after May 1924. 4. William C. Guest, born 20 Apr 1854 in MS, married Annie Montgomery 24 Feb 1882 in Bexar County, TX. Died 10 May 1924 in San Antonio, Bexar, TX. Buried in Anchor Masonic Cemetery. 5. James Frank Guest, born 1858 in MS, married Frances Ann Marshall 12 Feb 1880 in Travis County, TX. Died 1889 in Bexar County, TX. Everett Beard Family Tree Loretta Guest Family Tree
The Phillip C. Bayless Home Page
JOSEPH BAYLESS (BAYLES) family who came to Adams county, Ohio in 1810-1815. JOSEPH was born in New York in 1773 and married ELIZABETH OSMAN. CHARLES WESLEY BELL who was probably born in Sumpter, South Carolina in 1834.
Baxter Genealogy
Charles E Baxter - InterneTree
The Batten, Rose & Broadwell Families of Johnston County, NC
Batten - Daniel Batten (1638) with a possible link to Ashael Batten (1607), from Bristol, England to Isle of Wight County, Virginia to Johnston County, North Carolina. His spouse is unknown at this time. Ashael had four wives. Rose - Theophilus Rose, Sr. (1765) who died in Wayne County, North Carolina. He was married to Christiana Unknown. Broadwell - Edward Broadwell (1625) of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England to Morristown, Essex County, New Jersey to Johnston County, North Carolina. He was married to Unknown. Genealogy Report: Descendants of Edward Broadwell Genealogy Report: Descendants of Theophilus Rose, Sr. Genealogy Report: Descendants of Ashael Batten The Batten, Rose & Broadwell Families of Johnston County, NC: Surname List
Ohio Swiss Alsace Basinger,B?siger,Boesiger Family
InterneTree: Descendants of Johannes B?siger (0 of 35) Genealogy Report: Descendants of UlrichStrubbelig B?siger Genealogy Report: Descendants of Johannes B?siger Genealogy Report: Descendants of Simon B?siger Genealogy Report: Descendants of Christian (Black) B?siger Genealogy Report: Descendants of Christian Columbiana B?siger Ohio Swiss Alsace Basinger,B?siger,Boesiger Family: Surname List
Delaneys and relative families in MO, NE, IA, SD, CT & IL
We know that my father John Frances Jack Delaney was born in January 18, 1930 in Sioux City, Iowa. We know that Charles Leo Delaney (b. Sept 1891 in Iowa d. 1950 in KCMO) and Elizabeth Tuttle Delaney (b. 1888 in South Dakota d. 1944 in KCMO) adopted him. We know that Charles Leo Delaney's father was Thomas F. Delaney b. April 1859 in Connecticut and that his parents were both born in Ireland. We know that Charles Leo Delaney's mother was Mary J. Delaney b. May 1856 in New York and that both her parents were born in Ireland. We know Charles' siblings were: Thomas W. Delaney b. Oct. 1877 in Illinois Elizabeth Delaney Beacom b. May 1878 in Illinois Edward Delaney b. Nov 1881 in Illinois Joseph J. Delaney b. Oct 1885 in Iowa Catherine Delaney b. Oct 1887 in Iowa John F. Delaney b. Sept 1888 in Iowa Julia Delaney Irwin b. April 1895 in Iowa Rosella Delaney Letellier b. Nov 1896 in Iowa
The Lineage of Richard Bryan Ballard
The Lineage of Richard Bryan Ballard: Surname List
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: All-in-One Tree of James Randle Descendant Tree of Roger Cunningham (PDF Format) All-in-One Tree of James Randle (PDF Format) Report: Kinship of Roger Cunningham (View PDF)
Bakers, Bakers & more Bakers!
David Baker, a German immigrant arrived in America around 1750. he was about three years old. Harold L Baker - InterneTree Genealogy Report: Descendants of Robert Dew Genealogy Report: Descendants of Frederick Schwander Genealogy Report: Descendants of Frederich Schrader
The Cindy Thompson-Baker Family Home Page
Cindy (Cynthia) Diane Baker surname list
The Bar Family Forest
Johannes Bar Family of Eastern Pennsylvania came to the New World on September 30th 1743 on the Ship Phoenix from Zweibrucken, Germany with Christofel and Melchoir Bar. The Giles, Gillespies of Eastern Pennsylvania and the Dugans of Western Pennsylvania and also the Novakowskis of Michigan and Toledo, Ohio area.
The Janna Martin Babcock Family Home Page
Janna L Babcock - InterneTree my father's family, the Martins were from Lewiston, Maine. His mother's maiden name was Dulac. Her mother's maiden name was Arnoldy. Their families came from France to Quebec and Acadia in the 1600's and 1700's. my mother's family, surname Kvernvik. They came from Norway in 1906. Her mother came from Norway around that time also, my grandmother's surname was Mathisen. My husband's family is also from Maine. The Babcock's settled in Bangor. His paternal great grandmother was a decendent of Abraham Somes who settled in Somesville on Mt. Desert Island, Maine, in the late 1700's. My husband's mother's family, the Ernst's came from Brooklyn, New York, and Switzerland. His maternal grandmother's family, the Skiff's and Beadle's, came form Greenwich, New York, and Easton, New York. The Janna Martin Babcock Family Home Page: Surname List
Eleanor Lankford Ayers Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Eleanor L Ayers GA Eleanor Lankford Ayers Genealogy Home Page: Surname List
BOYD/LATHAM FAMILY HOME PAGE
LATHAMS IN THE NEW MEXICO AREA AND BOYDS IN THE OKLAHOMA AREA. InterneTree: Shelia G Austin BOYD/LATHAM FAMILY HOME PAGE: Surname List
The Harold Durant Atkins Family Homepage & Hugh Porter 1700
Harold Atkins Born 1945 Son of Luther Atkins born 1915 Son of Smiley Durant Born about 1885 Son of Oliver Rice born about 1837 and Frances Fannie Davis Atkins in Spartanburg SC. Frances Fannie Davis was listed in Holly Springs Church Records About 1864 The entry reads Frances Davis, Now Atkins in members list in the 1864 records. O.R. And Frances were listed in census Northern Greenville County SC in 1900 Highland Section. Married 34 Years.Oliver Rice Atkins was listed as a charter member in Motlow Creek Baptist Church Campobello, SC records Dated June 26, 1868. Served in the Civil War. O.R. was the son of James Atkins born in Spartanburg SC about 1795 Wife Elizabeth Underwood born between 1800 and 1806. Found them as late as 1860 in 1860 census James Atkins Age 65 Real Property $400 Pers Prop $670 Wife Eizabeth 45 Born in SC. James was also listed as born in SC.Their children listed as Thip, could be Thos 27 M, Rice My Great Grandfather 22 M,, Moper ? 19 M, Mary 20 F, Miles 16 M, Cark 10 M. James was the son of William and Millie Connell Atkins. William is Listed in census 1810. William Atkins was the son of Joseph Akins and they both fought in the American Revolution Re Atkins Family History by K. Masters. HUGH PORTER OF Ireland My Mother Side of the family HUGH PORTER AND VIOLET MACKEY Husband: Hugh Porter Born 2-17-1715 in Londenderry Ireland Married May 1736 in Ireland. Died September 5, 1798 in SC. Hugh and Violet came to America about 1740. Wife Violet Mackey born 1717 Northern Ireland Died in SC Jan 23, 1791. and burried near present day Belton, SC USA.Birth and death dates for Hug Porter nd Violet Mackey are taken from the AmericanCompendium of Geneaology. They lived in Pa. some 17 years, then moved to Granville District/ Orange County, NC. Hugh Porter was commissioned as Justice of te peace 1757. Hugh Porter moved to the Abbeville SC district1774. Hugh's son Phillip porter born 1763 Lived 86 years Fought in the Revolutionary War.Phillip's Wife Mary Smith Phillip's son B. Smith Porter Born 9-2-1801 in SC, Died 8-1-1901 Lived to be almost 100 yrs B. Smith's wife: Vastie Cooper Born 8-30-1813 B. Smith's two sons that fought in th cvil war, James Harrion Porter Born 12-20-1841 and Phillip A Porter Born 4-15-1838, another son, my Great Grandfather Warren Joab Porter was too young for the military in the Civil War. Warren Joab Porter Born July 29, 1848 Died Feb 29, 1918 Wife Sara Caroline Holde Born 10-15-1848 Died 1-3-1920 Warren Joab's son, My Grandfather James W. Porter Born 8-10-1882 died May 1947 Burried at Camp Creek Baptist Church near Norris, SC. Wife: Alice Gillespie Born 8-13-1880 Died April 13, 1955 Burried at Camp Creek Batist Church, Near Norris SC. Parents of Grace Stone, Ailene Cook, Ethel Hines, Nettie Burdette, J Ray Porter, Ruth Porter died in infancy. and Dennis Porter died at the age of about 14. Burried and Camp Creek Bap Ch. And my mother, Carrie Louise Porter Atkins Born August 27, 1915 in Central, SC of Pickens County. Died 1-6-2000 in Cannon Memorial Hospital, Pickens SC USA. She and her husband, my father Luther Durat Atkins born Sept 28, 1915 in Pickens, SC Died Jan 5, 1988 in Cannon Memorial Hospital Pickens, SC also They are burried at Hilcrest Memorial Park, Pickens, SC. They were married June 26, 1938 at Pickens County Courthouse by Probate Judge E.A. Lewis. Witnesses were Ethel Porter Her sister and Furman Riggins, Ethel's boyfiend.Luther and Louise parents of Dola Mae Chappell Born July 21, 1940 Husband Allen J. Chappell,Harold Durant Atkins Born March 25, 1945 Wife Linda Dianne Barnes,Linda Lee Masters B. February 14, 1947 Hus.John Wayne Masters, Dan C Atkins WifeJudy Barnes, Martha.
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 Saltiel Family as found by Florence(Saltiel)Atherley
The Saltiel Family as found by Florence(Saltiel)Atherley: Surname List
The John W. Ashcrafts of Pueblo West, CO.
Julie Ashcrafts family tree
Marvin Luther Arnold of Odessa, Texas
InterneTree: Descendant Fan Tree of Anthony Gholson Sr. Ancestor Tree of James Arnold Sr. Descendant Tree of James Sr. Arnold Descendant Fan Tree of Anthony Gholson Sr. Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of James Sr. Arnold Genealogy Report: Ancestors of James Sr. Arnold Marvin Luther Arnold of Odessa, Texas : Surname List
Armstrong/Abercrombie/Whitaker/Harper/Gillespie/Putnam
InterneTree: Mark V Armstrong
Dorothea Irene Armstrong-Gray ~ Family Website
Dorothea Dottie Irene Armstrong-Gray surname list
Antrim Families Of America
InterneTree: Clyde V Antrim Genealogy Report: Descendants of Godfrey Antrim Genealogy Report: Descendants of John Antram Genealogy Report: Descendants of James Antram Genealogy Report: Descendants of Mahlon Francis Lightfoot Lee Antrim Genealogy Report: Descendants of Thomas Antram Antrim Families of America: Surname List
Werna's Family Tree
descendants of Hans Rudi b.circa 1577 in Switzerland m. Anna Frey in 1603.This family emigrated to Germany and their descendants arrived in America in 1727. Werna R Anderson - InterneTree Report: Report
Robert-Wright Family Reunion Homepage Via Tamera Anderson
Tamera Anderson Family Tree
The Knight's Of West Virgnia
Ellis's of West Virgnia. Anderson's of Ohio and New York as well as the Clark's. The Knight's of West Virgnia: Surname List
Wolcott, Campbell, Gillespie Home Page
Matthew Campbell came from Scotland with his father in approx. 1750, fought in the Revolutionary War. DAR papers list his father as Colin and as Archibald, saying that he was the 2nd son of the Duke of Argyll. Matthew was my 5th great grandfather. My great-great grandfather, James T. Gillespie came over from County Down, Ireland in 1824. He helped found Metamora, Ind. His son James F. Gillespie was the minister there, and along with his wife and children are buried in Rushville Indiana.
My Genealogy Home Page
Denise Lynn Anderson surname list
Eckel Family History
Valentine Eckel who originated from Neider-wiessen, Germany around 1660. Most of the Eckels that I have found were born in or around Wendelsheim, Hessen, Germany. This branch of my family lived in Germany until sometime in the late 1700's or early 1800's. Andreas Eckel Jr. and his wife Elizabeth Nagel moved to Philadelphia, PA. My Great^6 Uncle was William Eckel was rhe Superintendent of the State House Steeple, Independece Hall, Philadelphia, PA. It is said that he gave the final decision to drill the hole in the Liberty Bell so that they could ring the bell, which in turn cause the famous crack.
James Gillespie and Isobel Paterson of Scotland
Large listing of Gillespies descended from this family starting in Lanarkshire, Scotland
Kansas Field/Allen
InterneTree: Jan-Peter Jansson (Roos)\r\n\r\nKansas Field/Allen:\r\nSurname List\r\n
Eleanor Georgene Smith Hohimer Allred
InterneTree: Jodie K Allred\r\n\r\nEleanor Georgene Smith Hohimer Allred:\r\nSurname List\r\n
Jerimiah Alexander and His Ancestors
Jerimiah was born about July 4, 1763 in MD and died about January 26, 1847 in Walker County, AL. He was a Revolutionary War Vet. I think he had a son named John and daughters named Luticia, Esther, Martha and Abigail. \r\n\r\nReport: Report\r\n

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