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A Kiwi Adams finding his Roots!
Dedicated in memory of my Ancestors from England,Ireland and Denmark who emigrated to an unknown land, New Zealand, and settled mainly in the Marlborough, Nelson, Otago, Taranaki, Wairarapa & Wellington Provinces
Dave Ravie's Genealogy Page
RAVIE/REVIE and derivatives. Also includes BOWIE (in Scotland 1731; U.S.A. from 1867 WELSH (in Scotland, U.S.A., and Australia), plus WILSON, ANDERSON, RENNIE, GARVIE, ROBB, CONLEY, WATT, ALLEN, PARK, and KERR. Full surname list can be found at the website.
Staal and Worldwide Connected Families - Website
ITS purpose is to display, gather information and extend the family tree for the benefit of people with the Staal family name and their connected families.
THE Staal & Worldwide Connected Families ? Website, is a unique site with not only lists of names & dates, but origins, priceless family stories, histories, detailed historical facts about our ancestors, lifestyles, the Holocaust, family trees, genealogical reports, kinships, links & family photos all exclusive and not found elsewhere.
THE family trees cover eleven generations of the Staal & their closely connected families.
The Beale Family
My parents were Charles Ambrose Beale Born 16th October 1910 & Norah Noone born 31st May 1915.Ihave a brother RUSSELL Beale born 3rd June 1948.I married Janet Jones born 5th June 1944 on 21st March 1964. We have three children John Christopher Beale born 14th February 1965. Mark Andrew Beale born 17/01/67 and Suzanne Beale born 13/04/69. John Beale Cumbria - InterneTree
The Beacham's and Marlow's of North Carolina
The Beacham's and Marlow's of North Carolina: Surname List
My Genealogy Home Page
Gordon K Beach surname list
Ancestors & Relatives of Tim Bateson
Ancestors & Relatives of Tim Bateson: Surname List Gangwer/Gangewehr/Gangewere/Gongaware: Originating in Germany my Gangewehr ancestors settled in the Lehigh Co, Pa. area then a few including I believe a Samuel M. Gangwer moved to Seneca Co, Ohio. It seems the last name may have been changed on or about the same time as the move to Ohio. Bateson: Origination in England. Sturdevant: Originating in the Scandinavian countries, the Sturdevant/Sturdivant/Sturdavant surname is huge. Settling mostly in the south. John Sturdevant born in Connecticut about 1773. Genealogy Report: Descendants of Samuel M Gangwer Genealogy Report: Descendants of John Sturdevant Genealogy Report: Descendants of James Bateson
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Mary Joyce Bates surname list
The Bateman and Adams Family
ERNEST FRDERICK WILLIAM BATEMAN born in Fishpond Stapleton, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND. Born on June 26, 1880 and died: June 17, 1969 in Calgary, Alberta, CANADA. His wife was LOUISA ELLIS DYER born in Ashcombe, Weston Super-Mare, Somerset, ENGLAND on Sept. 2, 1882. And died in Trochu, Alberta, CANADA on Oct. 30, 1918. Book: Complete Family Tree Book Jennifer jen C Bateman - InterneTree User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Ernest Frederick William Bateman User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of David Arthur Adams
Charlie Batilo of Brentwood, CA
Charlie Batilo Family Tree
My Genealogy Home Page
Book: Ancestors and Descendants
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
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Sue Ball surname list
Janet Baldwin Family Home Page
Janet Baldwin surname list
Andy & Liz Balchin, Camberley, Surrey, UK.
InterneTree: Andy Balchin
Bushell Family Page
InterneTree: Alan Baldwin Genealogy Report: Descendants of Richard Bushell Genealogy Report: Descendants of Hillarie Douty Genealogy Report: Descendants of Michael Hogben Genealogy Report: Descendants of Thomas Bushell Genealogy Report: Descendants of John Cobus Bushell Family Page: Surname List
My Genealogy Home Page
InterneTree: Descendants of Isac Rosenberg
The Haag/Baird Family Page
Haag family of Daviess County, IN and the Baird family of Campbell County, TN.
My Family - Barth, Gelston, Titterson, Smith
Ancestors of Alexander Jefferies Barth My Family - Barth, Gelston, Titterson, Smith: Surname List
Alice Baggett Family from Wilkes-Barrie, Pa. =Lewis Davies
Burton Davies Family Tree
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
Baggett Family Home Page
Baggett North Carolina & Maryland Becker Germany & Pennsylvannia Davies Whales & Pennsylvania Lewis Whales & Pennsylvania Umlah Germany & Pensylvannia English My maiden name is Davies parents from Wilkes-Barrie Pa Mother Elizabeth Lewis ^ Father Burton Tallieson Davies ^ Grandparents also from Wilkes-Barrie Pa. Dad Mother Aurora English F=William English M=Sarah Mason Father Tallieson Davies = born June 1882 Mom Mother Helen Marie Umlah F=Frank Umlah M=Elizabeth Becker Father John Henry Lewis F=Lewis Lewis M=Elizabeth Vivian Great-Grandparents England Wales and Germany William English = born in England Sarah Mason = born in England (I was told she was born on the ship in route to America) Frank Umlah = Born just outside Mannhiem Germany Elizbeth Becker = F=Gottfried Becker M=Catherine Lewis Lewis = born November 1856 Glamorganshire Wales F=John Lewis 1826 M=Elizabeth Minelt 1827 Elizabeth Vivian = born April 1857
The Baeckelandts of Gent, Belgium
Hugo's Tree
The DAVIES/COX Home Page!
Thomas Horace COX married Mary June (Jane?)EVANS Child of marriage Charles COX born in Derby,England 1902. I am told that they had 23 children in total. George Oliver HIGGINS married Alice May EVANS Children of marriage Doris Annie HIGGINS born in South Manchester, England 1904. Leslie. Leslie was a dancer at the Ohio Theatre in approx 1910-1940? Her name was advertised as Leslie 'Buddy' Dainton, I have no idea whether she had changed her name for stage or whether she married. Charles COX married Doris HIGGINS in Derby 1922. Only child of marriage is Ivy Doreen COX, born in Derby, England 1923. Walter DAVIES married Maria CONETTA. Children of marriage Albert Walter DAVIES Born in London 1917(East Battersea?) Antoinette DAVIES Albert Walter DAVIES married Ivy Doreen COX in Derby,England 1944. Children of marriage Gary Charles DAVIES Lee Elaine DAVIES Gai Maria DAVIES Allan Walter DAVIES InterneTree: Rachel Backway Genealogy Report: Descendants of Dominik Conetta
Audibert, Audibert-Lajeunesse Home Page
Descendants of Etienne Audibert dit Lajeunesse (1675-1750) and Catherine Rocheron (1673/74-1749/50), Married August 19, 1699 in Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec. Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Etienne Audibert-Lajeunesse Audibert, Audibert-Lajeunesse Home Page: Surname List
Peter Aubrey-Smith's Family Genealogy Page
my great-grandparents, GEORGE HENRY HUNTER and JANE LEWIS. Their daughter and my grandmother, MARGARET GRACE HUNTER was born in Swansea, Wales, Dec 23, 1879. George Hunter and Jane Lewis died in 1912 and 1927 respectively. They had 3 daughters, Ada, Florence and Bessie, and 1 son, Hayden, all of whom I believe were older than their sister Margaret Hunter. I believe they spent most, if not all of their lives in Swansea in Wales. EILEEN AGNES ELEASE DAVIES was born in 1910 in Newport, County of Gwent, Wales. she had at least 3 children, one of whom died at an early age. She moved away from Newport possibly to Slough in England. Peter R Aubreysmith - InterneTree
THOMAS ACRES m ANN GUY CHILDREN: 1.MARY b. 25/5/1792. m DUDLEY HARTIGAN 5/5/1806 (4 DAUGHTERS) 2.SOPHIA b.15/5/1795. m JEREMIAH SMITH 23/9/1811(11 CHILDREN) 3. THOMAS b. 1798. m LUCY DAY 4/1/1819. (8 children) 4. CATHERINE b. 1801. m 1. JOHN RICHARD PATRICK16/2/1818.(5 CHILDREN),2.WILLIAM BRADBURY 9/4/1836,3.MR GREENHILL 1845. 5. HENRY. ************************ HARTIGAN: 1. MARGARET b.2/3/1807 2. ELIZA b.30/6/1810 3. MARYANN b. 5/3/1818 4. CATHERINE. ************************** SMITH: 1.SOPHIA B.12.7.1812 2.THOMAS B.24/6/1814 m SALLY FINNAMORE 3/6/1841 (10 CHILDREN) 3.ANN B. 11/9/1815 m. THOMAS RIXON 28/4/1834 (12 CHILDREN) 4. ELIZA JANE B. 1816 m.WILLIAM BLYTON (13 CHILDREN) 5.jOHN B. 15/4/1817 m MARYANN WHOLAHAN(HOOLAHAN) 4/7/1846 (6 CHILDREN) 6.JEREMIAH B.14/10/1821 m1.DOROTHY TOWNSEND (NO ISSUE)2. KATHRYN GRADY 1851 (11 CHILDREN) 7.MARYANNE B.31/5/1824 m JOHN GOWEN 8/2/1844 (10 CHILDREN) 8. JOSEPH B. 4/1/1827* m ELIZABETH NETTLETON 13/9/1852 (7 CHILDREN) 9.MARGARET B.26/5/1827* m PATRICK DAY 15/2/1846 (7 CHILDREN) 10. WILLIAM B. 30/5/1832 m ANN NORRIS 7/5/1856 (7 CHILDREN) 11. HENRY B. 21/5/1835 m ELIZABETH SMITH 30/9/1864 (4 CHILDREN) **************************** ACRES: 1.THOMAS B.9/8/1820 m BRIDGET QUINLAN 26/1/1856 (13 CHILDREN) 2.MARYANN B. 2/1/1824 m JAMES MURPHY 25/8/1847 (8 CHILDREN) 3.HENRY B. 18/2/1827 m ELIZABETH QUINLAN 18/2/1849 (13 CHILDREN) 4.CATHERINE:B, 30/11/1828 m HENRY METCALF 1/6/1848 (12 children) 5.CHARLOTTE B 1831 m CHRISTOPHER DILLON 1/9/1849 (6 CHILDREN) 6. SOPHIA MARY B 23/5/1834 m WILLIAM HIGGINS RYAN 1856 11 CHILDREN) 7. LUCY B 22/8/1837 m CHARLES AUGUSTUS ROBERTSON 3/1/1863 (8 CHILDREN) 8. WILLIAM B 31/7/1840. **************************** PATRICK: 1.ELIZABETH B 7/12/1818 2,CHARLOTTE B.6/11/1820 3.JOHN RICHARD B.31/3/1823 4.MARY ANN B. 14/8/1826 5.EMMA B 10/9/1827 **************************** Joy Atkin - InterneTree
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 Atkinson Family Home Page
Thurston Atkinson, from Fleetwood in Lancashire.
Janet Asprey of Manchester Lancashire UK
PETER(1) Asprey Family Tree
Richard Ashlock's Descendents
Richard Ashlock (William, William, John) his immediate ancestors and his decendents. His Great-Grandfather, John Ashlock(e), was born in New Market, Saint Mary, Suffolk, England in 1657. He moved to London, England and was in the Fishmongers'Guild along with Archilbald Archer. He was in an indentured servant to Archibald Archer, and emigrated to the United States headed for Virginia in 1683. Our family has ties to the Pyte House in Tisbury, Wiltshire, England, by Mary Ashlocke who married Thomas Bennett in the 15th Century, and which are related to Sir John Davies, the notable writer and politician. John had a son named William (b. 1695) who married Anne Mauk/Munk and his son William was born in 1721 in Philadephia, Pennyslvania's and married Suzanne in VA . The family lived primarily in Halifax County, VA with a couple members located in New Kent and Pittylvania counties. William had 5 sons, Jesse, James, William, Richard, & Josiah, which fought in the Revolutionary War except for Josiah as he was too young. Around 1800 most of the family emigrated to Kentucky, Richard and William came to Lincoln County, VA which was later turned into Lincoln County, Kentucky; and the other brothers lived in the surrounding counties.
Norma Ashworth of Chislehurst, Kent
Family links in Utah (Jenkins), Florida (Hopkins), Jersey, Channel Islands (La Niece), Cardiganshire, Wales (Davies & Thomas, Glamorgan, Wales (Hopkins), Radnorshire (Robinson & Llewellyn), Tredegar Mon Wales (Lewis, Jones), Wiltshire (Northeast). Earliest ancestors traced so far - 1666 in Frome Somerset.
Nolan/Connor/Wagner/Bowie/Christie/Stonier-New Jersey & PA
Martin Nolan and his wife, Ann Connor, in Ireland. All of their children were born in New Jersey between 1850 and 1860. Louis Wagner (Johan and Catharina) and Anna Beal of Trier, Germany, Robert Bowie (Scotland/Singapore) and his wife Sarah VanSant (PA), William Christie (Handley, England) and his wife Eliza Stonier (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. England). InterneTree: Linda M Ashman Genealogy Report: Descendants of Weaver Van Sant Genealogy Report: Descendants of James Connor Genealogy Report: Descendants of Martin Nolan Genealogy Report: Descendants of William Bowie Genealogy Report: Descendants of Johan Wagner
My Genealogy Home Page
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The Wisham & Ashworth Families ~ New Jersey & Great Britain
The WISHAM family was founded by Simon Wisham who emigrated to Philadelphia from England in 1750 aboard the German vessel the Brotherhood. A common misconception is, that because Simon Wisham sailed on a ship which started its voyage in Germany, he was of German descent. In fact, Simon boarded the ship from an English port. Wisham is an English surname, and early Wishams can be traced to Lancashire, England although there are now Wishams located in Gloucestershire, Hartfordshire, Worcestershire and Hampshire - all in England. The ASHWORTH family branch here is descended from Richard and Alice (Crosthwaite) Ashworth who emigrated to America in the twenties. They are traced back to Richard Ashworth from Rawthenstall, England. The descent is from Richard (Rawthenstall), Richard Irwin (Blackpool), William (Kearny, NJ). The Wisham/Ashworth Family Tree
The ARTHUR,S of ABERGWESSIN, Breconshire
My grandfather was David Arthur born 23rd July 1850 he married twice, my grandmother was his second wife Jane Edwards born in 1864. They died in Beulah and were buried in Pantycelin. His first wife was Pheobe Williams born in 1851, from Mathry, in Pembrokeshire InterneTree: Descendant Tree of David Arthur Descendant Tree of David Arthur The ARTHUR,S of ABERGWESSIN, Breconshire: Surname List
The Arnison Registry
The Arnison Registry: Surname List
Jan Arnaut Family History Home Page
the DeMicco/Errico family as well as the Arnaut family. Both of these families originated in Italy and Southern France. InterneTree: Descendants of Camillo Arnaud

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