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Chambers, Rich, Barnes & Mills Genealogy
These families are from Missouri, Vermont, and Massachusetts. Genealogy data, family pictures, cemetery pictures and some town maps. More than 100 different surnames from various U.S. states in the Midwest and East Coast. The CHAMBERS, CHALMERS, CHAMBERLIN, CAMERON, CHAMBERLAIN, and MILLS families are conducting worldwide Y-DNA testing for genealogy purposes and all interested men of those surnames are welcome to join. MILLS women can participate in the maternal match DNA testing. The DNA participant data of earliest ancestor information is being gathered and placed here.
BERG/BEARS-GRANDMONT/ RUMISER CONNECTION
InterneTree: Mary A Bears BERG/BEARS-GRANDMONT/ RUMISER CONNECTION: Surname List
The Maguires & Camerons of Atlantic Canada
janice maguire Family Tree
Baumbach of Arlington & Fairfax Virginia
InterneTree: William Baumbach Baumbach of Arlington & Fairfax Virginia: Surname List
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InterneTree: Ancestors of Vincent Peter Paradee Esther E Bauer surname list
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InterneTree: Sarah Abraham Eric Bath surname list
BASKIN FAMILY WORLD TREE
Genealogy Report: Descendants of JOHN BASKIN BASKIN FAMILY WORLD 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
McCallister Family Family of Indiana
This about the McCallister Family starting with, William and Naomi. William and Naomi were from Ohio as far as I can figure,then they came to Indiana where my father J.William was born in 1882. William's children are,Hannah R.,Jonas M.,Peter C.Maragarety M.,Sylvester S.,Susanna H., Sarah S. McCallister Family Family of Indiana: 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!
Shari Laraine Shreve the Shreve and Brown Families
InterneTree: Shari L Balog Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Shari Laraine Shreve Book: Shreve / Brown Family Ties Shari Laraine Shreve the Shreve and Brown Families: Surname List
L. Rae Ball of Surrey, B.C. Canada
Samuel TRUSCOTT - b.1606 Samuel RAIL - b. 1782 Robert BALL - b. 1771 George Lewis Truscott and his wife Hannah Hendy Rail and their family came to Canada as Barr Colonists in 1903. my grandfather William Ball b.July 15, 1835 in Paris, Ont. He married Mary Ann Midgley b.July 6, 1846 in Paris. Both lived in or near Paris, Ontario. She died March 24, 1882. He died December 25, 1912 in Chatham, Ont. His father was Henry Ball - wife Elizabeth Small. I have traced them to Lambourne Berkshire England. His father was Robert, mother Sarah. Henry had other children that musr have come to Canada with him. L. Rae Ball of Surrey, B.C. Canada: Surname List
Wrigglesworth/Hall England to Connecticut USA
Anthony and Ann (Benson) Wrigglesworth's line which I have traced to about 1780 in Kirkby Overblow and Thorner, Yorkshire, England. In 1889 Anthony's great grandson Aaron Wrigglesworth came to the United States and settled in Connecticut. Over the period from 1893-1896, Aaron brought his parents and siblings to Connecticut from England. My family first settled in Bristol,Connecticut and then into Kensington and New Britain, Connecticut. Shortly after arriving in 1889 Aaron changed his last name from Wrigglesworth to Hall. Register Report of Wrigglesworth/Hall Family
Balko Family Ancestors
Diane Balko surname list
Chris Balston's Family Home Page
feudal Dorset and its yeoman farmers (the Balstons), to maritime Fifeshire at the time of King James 111 (the Woods, who number among their ilk the celebrated sea Admiral Sir Andrew Wood of Largo and the renowned Victorian explorer Captain John Wood), to the Tower of London in the early eighteenth century and its tipple loving Master Armourer John Grimer, and to rural Gloucestershire where my earliest traced Trinder ancestor is found farming in Bishops Cleeve, Nr. Cirencester. Later travels in time brought me to the Pinwills of Ermington, Devonshire, including The Reverend Edmund Pinwill and his seven highly talented daughters who set up their own carving business. Their ancesters included the Rashleighs of Menabilly, Cornwall including Jonathan Rashleigh of Civil War fame, made famous by Daphne Du Maurier's novel The King's General. Chris Balston's Family Home Page: Surname List
The Bradleys of Manvers
William Bradley & Elizabeth McKelvey married in Drum, Cavan, Ireland in 1826, then emigrated to Canada around 1830-31. The farm they purchased in March 1831 is still in the family. William McMaster/Jane Alexander from Fermanaugh, Ireland to Manvers Township, Ontario, Canada, around 1845; Peter Belfrey/Catharine Lachioness-Young from France? 1770's to Ontario Canada; George Baker/Elizabeth Jordan from Kent, England, to Pickering Ontario Canada, around 1903. The Bradleys of Manvers: Surname List
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The Bagby's of Randolph,CO.MO.
descendants of the 1793 John Bagby & Mildred Ward from VA/Ky to MO. The line starts in Jamestown Va. in about 1628 with #1John & his son 2James, 3John, 4John, 5George, 6Robert, 7Robert, 8William. THEN 1793 #9John & his 1813 brother William.10-Owen Henry Bagby. My line continues with 11Walter Horsley Bagby 12 Maurice Rhoades Bagby. (New is the Walter Rhoades & Kube FTM Report) #8 Wm is the 1810 Bourbon CO Census Bagbey/Bagby & Mary Fearn. Mary (Fern)Bagbey is the sister who is listed in the 1799 John Fearn 111(3rd's) Will.They have 8 children Then #8Wm Bagby marries another Mary Fearn in 1824.& has 3 more. #9 the 1793 John Bagby & Mildred Ward & family came to Howard/Randolph,CO. MO. in 1827/28. 1813 William Bagby, brother of John. Genealogy Report: Descendants of William Bagby Genealogy Report: Descendants of Walter G. Rhoades Genealogy Report: Descendants of Wiliam Bagbey Genealogy Report: Descendants of John M. Milnes Genealogy Report: Descendants of Owen Henry Bagby The Bagby's of Randolph,CO.MO.: Surname List
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InterneTree: Gavin William Badland
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InterneTree: Ancestors of Ivan Baca Genealogy Report: Descendants of Juan Baca Genealogy Report: Descendants of Juan Dominguez
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InterneTree: Taylor Anne Hurray (Baber)
Minckler, Lunt, Baldwin, Royce, Mott, Fortune, & Lee Lines
InterneTree: Kiflin Ayers Genealogy Report: Descendants of Kilian Minckler Genealogy Report: Descendants of George Mott Minckler, Lunt, Baldwin, Royce, Mott, Fortune, & Lee Lines: Surname List
A.M. Austin's Genealogy Home Page
A.M. Austin's Genealogy Home Page: Surname List
Aults of Indiana
Ault's of Indiana, in the Brown and Bartholomew Counties. My ggrandfather was Clarence Oliver Ault married Dora Percifield. my other ggrandfather Oliver Sylvester Waite married Thersia Kemper lived in the Indianapolis, Acton area. InterneTree: Robert H Ault Aults of Indiana: Surname List
Aulsebrook's of Paris, Ontario, Canada
John Aulsebrook born 1808 at Elston, Nottinghamshire, England. He married Catherine Oliver who was born in 1818 in Scotland. my Grandmother Mabel Florence Seabrook was born in 1897 in the Fulham District of London England. Her parents were George Seabrook and Alice Slade. InterneTree: Patrick G Aulsebrook
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AuCoin and Chaisson families of Cape Breton and Nova Scotia, Canada. my mother Sylvia Joyce AuCoin. Her father was Albert Edward Jr. Millard for Foxboro, Ontario and her mother was Mary Alice Paquin, from Kingston/Toronto, Ontario.
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 Family of Atchley, Brittain, Allen, and Others
InterneTree: Anna Atchley The Family of Atchley, Brittain, Allen, and Others: Surname List
Familia Midence
InterneTree: Laura M Asturias Familia Midence: Surname List
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William W Ascol surname list
The Ascol/Eiland & Dunshie/Poole Family Tree
InterneTree: Ancestors of William Charles Dunshie Report: Birthday Report The Ascol/Eiland & Dunshie/Poole Family Tree: Surname List
Jerry R Arnsberger Home Page
InterneTree: Jerry R Arnsberger Oh Genealogy Report: Descendants of Robert Burgess Genealogy Report: Descendants of George Henry Arnsberger Genealogy Report: Descendants of Thomas Mercer
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Donald A. Armstrong of Rochester Hills, Michigan
Donald Armstrong surname list
The Archer Family
ARCHER - predominantly in England (Buckinghamshire and London) BELSHAM - predominantly in England (Buckinghamshire and London) BENNING - predominantly in England (Buckinghamshire) HOWE - predominantly in England (Buckinghamshire) InterneTree: Norman K Archer British Columbia Genealogy Report: Descendants of William Belsham Genealogy Report: Descendants of William Benning Genealogy Report: Descendants of William Howe Genealogy Report: Descendants of John Hawkes Genealogy Report: Descendants of John Archer
The Archibald Family Tree
the Archibalds of Canada. the 4 sons of John Archibald that came to Canada in 1762. InterneTree: Karen E Archibald The Archibald Family Tree: Surname List
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InterneTree: Eleanor Ellen Harris
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