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Melissa Sampson Harley's Groups (15)

  • Virginia Genealogy

    334 members Latest Activity: Oct 14, 2019 A group for people with roots in Virginia.

  • Steele

    15 members Latest Activity: Mar 6, 2017

  • South Carolina Genealogy

    39 members Latest Activity: Sep 25, 2015 This group is for all those interested in South Carolina genealogy.

  • South Carolina Research

    154 members Latest Activity: Feb 3, 2019 For anyone researching in South Carolina....

  • Maryland Genealogy

    149 members Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2019 Discuss all of your Maryland ancestors in this forum.

  • Huguenots and Walloons

    98 members Latest Activity: Feb 3, 2019 French, German and Flemish Protestants who were members of the Reformed Church and emigrated to the USA in the 17th and 18th Centuries.

  • German Descendants

    41 members Latest Activity: May 31, 2019 This group is open to anyone. Those of German ancestry are encouraged to join us.

  • DAR

    170 members Latest Activity: Mar 3, 2019 This group is for individuals who are members of the Daughters of the American Revolution or plan to become a member.

  • Cunningham

    2 members Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2014

    My Great Great Grandfather is Mark Cunningham born around 1845.  He lived on the family farm at Lissavalley Glen near Tuam, Galway. …


    4 members Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2014 COPELAND/COUPLAND Families

  • Cool / Coole Surname

    3 members Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2014 Cool/Coole family

  • American Revolutionary War Ancestors

    446 members Latest Activity: Sep 30 Find out about your ancestor in the American Revolution. Members will assist each other with researching American Revolutionary War ancestors.

  • Germany and German Ancestry

    1137 members Latest Activity: Aug 12 This group was created for anyone interested in researching German Ancestry.




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