"Hi Barbara Holz Sullivan,
If the lad was and orphan, one could look for death records for his parents, which would give a time frame. If he was young enough, there might be orphanage records or if he was between say 10 and 16yrs…"
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I own the following books and am willing to do look ups. Just send me a note with the title of the book and who you want looked up.CanadaAlbertaEvergreen & Gold - 1944 (University of Alberta year book for 1944) (Alberta, Canada 1944)By River And Trail - The History of Waskatenau and Districts (Alberta, Canada)Oxen Tales to Jet Trails - Vermillion River / Paradise Valley (Alberta, Canada)Hills of…See More
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Thank you ever so much, Al. I couldn't find any mention of Wellingore in my World Altas. I am so grateful for your imput. The internet and I are usually at odds with each other, for it knows what to do and I don't know. I get single minded so I never gave it a thought to check in Google Map. I will remember next time I have a wonderment. You people who have been in the business of Genealogy for yrs. are a real Godsend to Newbies, like me. Thank You, Al.
Thank you so much. My only Forbes lineage is Pitt County, North Carolina, Rev. War Lt. Arthur Forbes, Sr., on the Pitt Co. Committee of Secrecy, Intelligence, and Observation. Jim Wooten, former head of FBI counter-intelligence, is also a descendant. Forbes seems to be one of only about twenty Dobbs County (defunct), N.C., men allowed to vote on the acceptence of the U.S. Constitution--he voted against it. Jim The late Joseph M. Law, JOCM, US Navy, my once wonderful boss, was from out West. The Rowan Co., N.C., Clerk of Court office has a classic original 1750's Old German will of Mr. Kline who mentions his six sons: Messrs. Kline, Cline, Klein, Short, Little, and Small.