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Searching for Sankey, Gilliland, Adams, Cowden and possibly Graham

Sankeys are from York County and Mifflin county PA.  Some sources say they are Scots Irish and other sources suggest they are English.  I g…

Started by Gwynn Socolich

0 May 6, 2010

Samuel Harris Laird and Lincoln and Douglas

Samuel Laird was a prominent citizen in Illinois. He has had military training and volunteered for service in the war with Mexico, becoming…

Started by Kathryn Brannigan Walizer

0 Mar 7, 2010

Davis and McNeil Families

SARAH MCNEIL:In the 1850 census of Liberty Twp, Mountour Co., PA, there is household 108, Anna McNeal head of household, 77, b. PA, with Sa…

Started by Kathryn Brannigan Walizer

0 Mar 7, 2010

William Laird sister Martha Laird Harris

Source: Genealogy.com, 11/08/2003, posted by Susan Holman:Martha Laird came to America with her brothers and sisters in the early 1730's on…

Started by Kathryn Brannigan Walizer

0 Mar 7, 2010

Laird Family of Pennsylvania

William Laird, who was born in Ireland, Oct 27, 1727, and was brought toAmerica at the age of six years, and died April 11, 1820. In early…

Started by Kathryn Brannigan Walizer

0 Mar 7, 2010

The Scotch Irish

Who were the Scotch-Irish Kathryn Brannigan Walizer The term "Scotch-Irish" is an American term adopted by descendants of this group in t…

Started by Kathryn Brannigan Walizer

0 Nov 14, 2009

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