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The Wilson family Webpages
Genealogy of Europe and Canada
Jones Genealogy
Information on the Jones, Boone & Bradley families
Don Smith - Ancestry Index
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Davis/Stanley/Ansley/Sayre
Researching several families, especially would appreciate any information on Elizabeth Davis b. 1808 Wilkinson Co. Georgia or her husband "Jim" Davis. Also would appreciate any info on Missouri May, born about 1888 married to John Calvin Ansley in either Texas or Louisiana.
My Genealogy Home Page
Michael D Beamer surname list
Melinda Beard Family Home Page
Melinda D Beard surname list
The Beatys and Littles of Ireland and India
BEATY I am researching the BEATY family, originally from Ireland. From family folklore Francis BEATY was born in Tullamore, Ireland in 1757 . Francis and his wife Catherine gave birth to three sons, John, Francis and Henry, probably in Stoke Damerel, Devon, while he served in the Royal Navy. In 1820 Francis and 1821 Henry, joined the Honourable East India Company Army as Cadets in Bengal, India. The elder son of Francis, named Francis Henry BEATY, and his wife Caroline Ophelia (n?e Sheels), had fifteen children all born in India. Five of the sons served in the Indian Police. The Beaty family finally left India in 1948. The cities in India and Pakistan that feature in the family history are Lahore, Jhansie, Karachi, Landour, Mussoorie, Quetta, Rawlpindi and Simla. LITTLE/LYTTLE I am also researching the LITTLE/LYTTLE family from Northern Ireland. In 1839 Andrew LITTLE was born in the Parish of Montiaghs, Lurgan, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, to Thomas and Mary (n?e Wilson) LITTLE. In 1858 he joined the 27th Inniskilling Regiment and sailed to India. He remained in India and retired from the army in 1894. He died in Dehra Dun, India in 1926. He had five children Mary Anne, Thomas Wilson, William John (my grandfather) Edward and Andrew. The surname spelling changed to LYTTLE with the children. The cities in India/Pakistan that feature in the family history are Dehra Dun, Jhansie, Karachi,Lahore, Meerut, North West Province,Peshawar and Simla. The Beatys and Littles of Ireland and India: Surname List
The Beatty's
The Beatty's: Surname List
The Beattie/Selbiger Family Home Page
Ancestor Tree of Carol Blanche Beattie Ancestor Tree of Evan Phillip Selbiger BEATTIE from Greenock, Scotland, LEA's from England (St. Johns parrish near Harbourne),DeVISSER's from Arendskerke, Holland, COMBEE's from Spykenisse, Holland, SELBIGER's from Germany(Berlin), MERLIS from Russia, BOYARSKY's from Russia, and the STEIN's from Hungry.
Angela M Beaner of Billings, MT
InterneTree: Descendant Tree of George Pautler Family Group Sheet Report: Report Angela M Beaner of Billings, MT: Surname List
The Gordon Family in FTM
The Gordon Family in FTM: Surname List
The Descendents of Reuben Bayless and more!
The Descendents of Reuben Bayless and more!: Surname List
Specht-Rumble-Baylor-Kanouse
Rumble-Specht Family Tree Baylor-Kanouse Family Tree
The Lyerson and Pointer Family Tree
The Cobbs ae from North Carolina,and Halifax County, VA. The Lyerson's are from Nashville, Tenn. My father Benjamin Lyerson and his siblings were born on the Hermitage, the home of President Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the United States.Our Uncle Alfred was his faithful servant, and slave. Alfred is buried in the presidents graveyard. He is the only black there. Uncle Alfred was my grandmother Nelly Lyerson's grandfather.His daughter Sarah Bradley was my great grandmother. Lewis and Nelly Lyerson were married on January 09,1883 in Davidson Co.Tennessee,daughter of Sam Matthews and Sarah Bradley. She was born April 1864 in Hermitage, Tennessee.and died in Covington,Kentucky 1928.Lewis was born Feb. 4,1858,he died Sept.27,1928 inNashville,Tenn.He was the son of John Liason, and Julia.
Hairtater's Genealogy
Sharon Lisman Baxter surname list
John J. Baxter of Baxter Springs, Ka
Robert Lewis Baxter surname list
My Genealogy Home Page
David Baxter surname list
My Genealogy Home Page
David Baxter surname list
My Genealogy Home Page
David Baxter surname list
The Dan Michael Baxley Home Page
User Home Page Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of John Wise User Home Page Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of John Dyess User Home Page Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Jordan Reddin Baxley Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Tobias Hurst (View PDF) User Home Page Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Parham Lindsey *** BAXLEY (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley b. 1-21-1910 Gillham, AR,Jack Walter Coleman Baxley b. 6-20-1886 Lockesburg, AR, George W. Baxley, Sr. b. 12-15- 1844 Santee River, Charleston Dist., SC, Reddin Baxley, b. 1822 Robeson County, NC, or b. 1816, Darlington District, SC. Children were J.C.Baxley (possibly last name Coleman), b. abt. 1847, R.M.Baxley (possibly last name Coleman), b. abt. 1850, E.C. Doc Coleman (changed name to Coleman), b. abt. 1852); *** BRADLEY (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley, Sara Priscilla Teague b. 11-19-1886 Lockesburg, AR, Rhuia Amelia Bradley b. 1854 NC, Calvin Bradley, b. 2-15-1813 King Creek, NC); *** Coleman (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley, Walter Coleman Baxley, George W. Baxley, Sr., Mary Jane Coleman b. 1822 Charleston District, SC, William Benjamin Coleman b. 1778, Robert Coleman b. 1755 Halifax County, NC); *** DYESS (via Mary Merle Holland b. 2-22-1909 Merkel, TX, Roxye Ann Dyess b. 9-20- 1886 Ellis County, TX, Benjamin James Barclay Dyess b. 11-2- 1847 Sumter County, GA, Thomas Dyess, Jr. b. 6-15-1810 Winkinson County, GA, Thomas Dyess, Sr., d. 1841, Monroe County, GA); *** FERGUSON (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley, Sara Priscilla Teague, Rhuia Amelia Bradley, Keturah Ferguson, b. 1823 NC); *** FERRIER (via Mary Merle Holland, James Garfield Holland b. 12-17-1881 Yellville, AR, Sarah Matilda Ferrier, circa 1860-no other information); *** HOLLAND (via Mary Merle Holland, James Garfield Holland, possible father F.G. Holland); *** HURST (via Mary Merle Holland, Roxye Ann Dyess, Harriet Lewis b. 9-4-1850 Barbour County, AL, Elizabeth Hurst b. 4-1-1826 Effingham County, GA, William B. Hurst b. 1798 Effingham County, GA/Thomas Hurst b. 1-17-1776 Duplin County, NC, William Hurst, Jr. b. 1748 New Hanover County, NC. William Hurst, Sr. b. 1710 Duplin County, NC, John Hurst, Sr. b. 1672); *** JOHNSON (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley/Walter Coleman Baxley/Annie Virginia Linsey b. 1-17-1847 Okmulgee Dist. Butts County, GA, Johathan D. Lindsey b. 1821 SC, Mary Polly Wise b. 1795 GA, Sarah Johnson b. 1770, John Johnson, b. 1740); *** LEWIS (via Mary Merle Holland, Roxye Ann Dyess, Harriet Lewis, Francis Musgrove Lewis, b. 1810 North Carolina); *** LINDSEY (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley, Walter Coleman Baxley, Annie Virginia Lindsey, Johathan D. Lindsey, Parham Lindsey, b. 1788 North Carolina); *** MOORE (via Mary Merle Holland, Roxye Ann Dyess, Harriet Lewis, Elizabeth Hurst, William B. Hurst, Thomas Hurst, William Hurst, Jr., William Hurst, Sr., Judith Moore, b. 1669); *** OLIVER (via Mary Merle Holland, Roxye Ann Dyess, Harriet Lewis, Elizabeth Hurst, William B. Hurst, Thomas Hurst, William Hurst, Sarah Oliver b. abt 1710, John Oliver); *** ROUSE (via Mary Merle Holland, Roxye Ann Dyess, Benjamin James Barclay Dyess, Nancy Emily Rouse, b. 1821 Georgia); *** TEAGUE (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley, Sara Priscilla Teague, Nuten Nathan Teague b. 8-27-1852 Elijay, Gilmer County, GA, Moses Teague, b. 1807 Tennesee); *** UPTON (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley, Walter Coleman Baxley, Annie Virginia Lindsey, Johathan D. Lindsey, Mary Polly Wise, Sarah Johnson, Sarah Upton b. 1742); *** WALDROP (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley, Walter Coleman Baxley, Annie Virginia Lindsey, Rebecca Waldrop b. 1822 SC, Abraham Waldrop, circa 1780-no information); *** WISE (via Dempsey Wayne Baxley, Walter Coleman Baxley, Annie Virginia Lindsey, Johathan D. Lindsey, Mary Polly Wise, Patton Wise b. 1765/ John Wise, b. 12/12/1733 Accomack County, Virginia); *** WILDER (via Mary Merle Holland, Roxye Ann Dyess, Harriet Lewis, Elizabeth Hurst, Sarah Elizabeth Wilder, b. 1797 Effingham County, Georgia); *** WYLEY (via Mary Merle Holland, Roxye Ann Dyess, Harriet Lewis, Elizabeth Hurst, William B. Hurst, Serena Wyley.
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
Batey Family Tree
InterneTree: James M Batey Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Samuel Reuben Ard Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Ashley Micheala Batey Batey Family Tree: Surname List
THE FAMILY OF HENRY T. BATTLE & HOPE SMITHSON
THOMAS ALFRED SMITHSON, born Aug. 8, 1882, in Sullivan Cnty Tenn. His parents were SAMUEL SMITHSON and MARGARET SHIPPLEY. He was married to FLORENCE VIRGINIA TURNER, born Nov. 28, 1883, in Butler Cnty Mo. Her parents were BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TURNER and SARAH LEONA FITZGERALD. They had eight children, Addie Ellen, Dallas Norwine, John Willis, Harriet Eliza Jane, Thomas Abraham, Virgie Bell, Violet Evelyn, Ray Moreland and a baby boy that died very young. F. J. Dunn, his wife Mary Cowan, and their daughter, Mahala A. Dunn, born Oct. 4,1868-died Sept. 26, 1915 in London, Pope Cnty, Ark. She was married to a Martin. There was a Mathus Warren, married to Mary Jane Bradley. They were the parents of William David Warren, born July 6, 1886-died 1968.
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
The Rochlitz and Ulrich Home Page
Frederick ROCHLITZ (1816-1890) was from Pomerania, Germany and died in Pulaski, Iowa. He was married to Caroline Wilhelmine KAEDING (1820-1897). They lived in the Bloomfield, Iowa area. They had 7 children: Wilhelmine, Augusta, Frederick, Ernestine,Mary, William and August. Charles Gotlieb ULRICH (1839-1913) was born in Hammermuchle,Germany and died in Dewitt, Nebraska. He was married to Johannah GRAFF (1844-1879/81). They lived in Illinois where Johannah is buried. They had 6 children: Anna, Wilhemina, Albert, Mary, Charles, and Edward. Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Frederick Rochlitz Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Charles Gotlieb Ulrich The Rochlitz and Ulrich Home Page: Surname List
Tom and Mavis Bassett Family of Provo, Utah
9 generation gedcom of Tom & Mavis
Kenneth Aaron Bass' Family Of Tampa Florida,
The Buchanan branch migrated from Smyth Co. Virginia into Kentucky. Donna's HAWKINS family is among the pioneering families settling in the panhandle of Florida at the time it was a territory of Spain.
Our Woody Roots
Hugh Miller/Myler/Milner Was born in North Carolina in 1831 the travels with his family to Pittsboro In. He then marries a woman from Rush County In. on Sept 8, 1858. Her name was Maragret Lacy.
The Basil(Boesl), Donahue, Leid, McCann Family Tree Page.
Report: George Leid - Living Descendants as of 04-10-03 (View PDF) Report: Michael J Donahue - Living Descendants as of 04-10-03 (View PDF) Report: John Boesl II - Living Descendants as of 04-10-03 (View PDF) Report: George McCann - Living Descendants as of 04-10-03 (View PDF) The Basil(Boesl), Donahue, Leid, McCann Family Tree Page.: 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!
THE BALL FAMILY OF SIERRA VALLEY
William Valentine Ball. He was born Oct.4,1834 in Rock Island Canada. He moved from Sherbrooke Canada to Sierra County California in 1856. The family of Marshall Bronson. He was born May 12,1811 in Susquehanna County Penn. He came to Sierra Valley in the 1850's. The family of Joseph Dyson. He was born Oct.12,1843 in Toronto Canada and came to Sierra Valley in the 1860's. Roscoe Lausen Atkins born 1872 in Ill. and came to California. robert b ball - InterneTree THE BALL FAMILY OF SIERRA VALLEY: Surname List
The Jackie Lee Baldwins and James W. Maxwells of St. Louis
The Baldwins: Jackie L. Baldwin, Jr. was born in Springfield, Mo in 1951. Parents: Jackie L. Baldwin, Sr. and JoAnna Baldwin(Fritz) Moved to Cape Girardeau, Mo and to St. Louis around 1970. Fritz's family is from Germany. The Maxwells: Janis A. Baldwin born St. Louis in 1950 Parents: James W. maxwell(served in WWII in Asia) and hortence hadley Grandparents: james A. Maxwell born in Cincinnati worked for R.R. Terminal and Margarite Dashwood Ernest Hadley born in England, coal miner, his grandfather was english nobility who married a commoner and was disowned. This caused them to move to America. Worked in soap manufacturing business. Other relatives: Gladys Maxwell: born 10/22/1915? died 8/1984 margarite Dashwood born in limerich, England and married in publisher's church st. Bridles.
The Baldrey Family Informational Home Page
William the Conqueror and Earl Aethelred (est DOB 791-830).
My Heritage-Ballard, Campbell, Johnson, and various families
My Heritage-Ballard, Campbell, Johnson, and various families: Surname List
The John Ball Family Home Page
Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of John Kett Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of William James Ball maternal side includes the arrival of John Dunham to Plymouth Colony in about 1628. By the Revolutionary War, both Dunham and Shulters family members were in Massachusetts and New York. By the Civil War the family included Brady, Kett, Shulters, Ocoboc, Hadley, and Dunham. My father's family history has been far less detailed, and so far has only been traced as far back as 1832, when Joseph (actually Jacob!) Briles was born in North Carolina. His daughter Sarah Catherine Briles married William James Ball, born in 1848/49 in Indiana. William James Ball was born in June of 1849 in Adams County, Indiana, the son of Moses Trader Ball, born in Hamilton, Ohio in 1820. Moses' father, James Hinton Ball, came from Montgomery County, Maryland.
Jack Balfour and Family of Edmonton, Alberta
Jack Balfour and Family of Edmonton, Alberta: 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.
The Baker's and Shaw's of Tucson, AZ
BAKER (from MI to AZ) Thomas Edwin Baker, Sr. (b.12/27/1936 MI-8/1/1997 AZ)was Sec. Treasure of GCIU, father: Howard Sparling Baker (b.NY-12/1969) mother: Ruth Sturlay (b.MI) LENZINI (NY to MI to AZ)Joan Marie Lenzini (b. 5/30/1936 MI-9/4/1976 AZ) had 5 childred. As a child was adopted by step-father(Anthony Michael Lenzini(d. 3/1993), no known name for biological father, mother: Rita Geraldine O'Brien (d.10/1987) I AM REALLY LOST ON THIS FAMILY!! SHAW (MO to CO,AZ) I have to George Arthur Shaw, Sr.(b.4/5/1825;Eng-6/1845;Eng) JORDAN (WA), I have info up to Leroy M. Jordan (b. 1780 VA) g-g-g-g-g granddaughter Fern Dorothy Jordan; b. 12/12/1913 CO-12/22/1999 AZ) WOOD (MO to KY,AZ,Canada-Henry Wise WOOD.) James Wood, Sr. (b.10/15/1777 VA-4/09/1866 MO) married Susannah Burnett-1799 (b. 12/21/1872 PATTISON (from FL to TX(1838)-AZ)Down through James Tarrant (town Pattison, TX is named after)father; Jacob Pattison (b.1770;SC-2/1846;TX) married Kate Biddle 1799 (b.1778-1850 TX) MILLER From Red Creek,NY to Apache,AZ and Rodeo,NM KAISER (from MI and AZ)David Charles WARD (from NY-AZ, FL)Stanley WARD, Baptist minister in the 1970 or 80,s. The Baker's and Shaw's of Tucson, AZ: Surname List

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