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Doreen Pennell left a comment for Betty Dona Crawford
"Hi Betty Dona, your post was interesting, as my Thomas Plunkett married a Susanna Crawford, in 1800 in Monaghan. a brother Edward went to the  USA he died NY about 1835 and an Uncle James died Philadelphia about 1834. Of even more interest is…"
Jun 20, 2012
Chris Torrence replied to Betty Dona Crawford's discussion Canadian - Scots Irish in the group Scotch-Irish
"Hi, I also have Scotch-Irish ancestors. They came primarily from Ballymoney (Antrim or Derry). The surnames I'm researching are Torrence (or Torrens), Hood, Plunkett, and Sterrett (or Sterrit).   I just ordered a book from Amazon,…"
May 2, 2011
Betty Dona Crawford left a comment for Ken McKinlay
"Have you come across a Elizabeth Mckinally  alias Mcaully  (various spellings) who married a James Baxter probally in the mid 1800's.  They had at least one child. Margaret (Maggie) Baxter.  2 of Margaret…"
Apr 14, 2011
Jeanne Petersen replied to Betty Dona Crawford's discussion Canadian - Scots Irish in the group Scotch-Irish
"Hello, I never knew exactly what Scotch-Irish truly meant until yesterday. My Great Grand parents family's came from County Monaghan (Logan family) and took their family to Ontario Canada. I'm trying to find out more on the Hart and…"
Feb 11, 2011
Gena Philibert Ortega left a comment for Betty Dona Crawford
"Welcome to GenealogyWise! GenealogyWise is the social network for genealogists. This is the place to network with other researchers and make discoveries about your family history. As you begin to explore and get to know GenealogyWise we would like…"
Mar 8, 2010
Betty Dona Crawford added a discussion to the group Most Wanted! Ancestors Lost and Found
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Maggie Baxter Aitchison McNay - Born May 27, 1910 Lost

Born to James McNay and Maggie Baxter in Beith , Ayrshire, ScotlandShe is the youngest sister to Robert, Elizabeth, John and James.Her siblings Robert, Elizabeth and John were signed over to Quarriers - Orphan Homes of Scotland in July of 1911. Robert and Elizabeth came to Canada in 1914 John came to Canada in 1916Brother James became a ward of Quarriers in 1916 after is Aunt and Uncle were no longer able to care for him.. Quarriers have no record of Maggie B.A. McNayMaggie B.A. McNay was taken…See More
Mar 7, 2010
Betty Dona Crawford joined GeneJ's group
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Most Wanted! Ancestors Lost and Found

A place to post the information you know about that special, elusive ancestor. Let's deconstruct a few brick walls and repair a broken link or two.
Mar 7, 2010
Betty Dona Crawford joined Miriam Robbins Midkiff's group
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RootsMagic Fans

For those who use--or are interested in using--any version of RootsMagic genealogy software
Mar 7, 2010
Betty Dona Crawford joined Kirsty F Wilkinson's group
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Scotland and Scottish Ancestry

A group for anyone with Scottish ancestry to exchange tips and post their research interests.
Mar 7, 2010
Betty Dona Crawford added a discussion to the group Birch
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Birch/Birtch From Ireland to Canada - 1819

My Birtch family arrived in Canada from the Roscrea area of Tipperary Ireland, aboard the Swiftsure in 1819 and intially settled in the Ottawa area.  George Birtch and his wife Sara eventually settled in  St Marys, Ontario, having land on the Thames River. The Fullers, Munroes are connected to them.Would love to hear from people who are connected to this familyDona CSee More
Mar 7, 2010
Betty Dona Crawford joined Jennifer Miller's group
Mar 7, 2010
Betty Dona Crawford added a discussion to the group Scotch-Irish
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Canadian - Scots Irish

I suspect that  a couple of my family branches ended up in,North Carolina, and Kentucky.  McNay and Young,  Jamieson and Paterson (MYJP).  My Branches are from the Ballywalter area of County Down, Northern Ireland. They had slipped back across the Irish Sea to spend a few years  in and around Ayrshire and Glasgow Scotland. It appears they were weavers. My Canadian Branch  McNay, didn't arrive here in Canada until the late 1800's. My own Father (Bob McNay)who was born in Scotland didn't arrive…See More
Mar 7, 2010
Betty Dona Crawford is now a member of Genealogy Wise
Mar 7, 2010

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
McNay, Baxter, Paterson, McGimpsey, Jamieson, Hunter, Young, Rumford, Birch, Birtch, Mckee, Mcknight, Crosson, Doron, Crawford, Church, Bennett, Foden, Cope, Brittain
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Eire
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I believe that my ancestors have a direct bearing on who I am.

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At 5:03pm on June 20, 2012, Doreen Pennell said…

Hi Betty Dona, your post was interesting, as my Thomas Plunkett married a Susanna Crawford, in 1800 in Monaghan. a brother Edward went to the  USA he died NY about 1835 and an Uncle James died Philadelphia about 1834. Of even more interest is that the family were also weavers, and two of  James sons went to belfast about 1838 where they were involved in the weaving business. cheers penne in New Zealand

At 10:11am on March 8, 2010, Gena Philibert Ortega said…
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