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Brick Walls we all have them

who has pulled down a brick wall and how was this done/ Who has hit a brick wall?

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My brick in the wall, Cordella? Peck abt 1818 1 Reply

Started by Renee Hansen. Last reply by Gerald Randall Clayton Dec 6, 2020.

Info on 5xgreat grandparents 2 Replies

Started by Gerald Randall Clayton. Last reply by sharon emery Mar 19, 2013.

Help to find correct birth year 3 Replies

Started by Gerald Randall Clayton. Last reply by Gerald Randall Clayton Mar 15, 2013.

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Comment by Sandra L. Baird on July 19, 2009 at 10:09pm
I have been doing my family tree and I'm stuck at my great grandfather. He came over from Italy. I do have his death certificate and on it says parents unknown. Don't know how to find out when he came here or other information. Also his last name was changed when he got here.
Comment by Carole Sarvis on July 18, 2009 at 12:10am
No, sadly, I don't have his parents or their address. The address was his at the time of marriage. I have his father's name and occupation, I don't know where they were born and so far I have failed to find his father, his birth/baptism or where they came from. I have been searching since the early 1970s. As I said, I will be grateful for ideas.
Comment by Carmel M Reynen on July 17, 2009 at 8:00am
Carol what exactly is the problem and what are you looking for. You have his parents and an address so where are you wanting to go from here.
Comment by Sherry L Marshall on July 16, 2009 at 2:24pm
I have a brick wall, my great great great great grandmother married Cornelius Vanderbeck in Monroe Co, NY. Her name was Susan Carter, she died in 1858, Cornelius remarried and named one of his childred Susan. I am looking for any information on Susan Carter and her mother and father.
Comment by Carole Sarvis on July 15, 2009 at 10:51pm
My main brick wall is James Heyes, bc 1824, England, died 1904, Launceston, Tasmania. Father's name Charles Heyes, father's occupation Tile Maker. James was married 1854, Gordon Square, St Pancras, London, to Mary Gould Appleby, his occupation was given as Mechanic on marriage certificate. James and Mary emigrated to Tasmania and their first child, Charles William Heyes, was born 5 Sept 1855 at Exton, Tasmania.
James' address on his marriage certificate is given as Grafton Street East.
I will be grateful for any ideas.
 

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