"(Hi, Caren) Hey, All
I am truly stuck on one Peck. This may be longish and rambling. Desperation does that....
The only hints I have to his original location are mentions in the census that he was born in New Jersey. Big…"
"My grandmother (maternal) was a Purcell. Her father was James Purcell b. 9-2-1866 Mich. d. 12-15-1960 (Mich) m. Anna Metzger b.5-4-1880 Mich. d. 4-10-1957 Mich. James Purcell's father I believe was from Kilkenny, Ireland. His fathers name…"
"I am descended from Joseph Peck (b.1623, England d. 1701, Mass.) I have a copy of Peck Family 1868 by IRA B Peck. The list continues with Jathaniel, Ebenezer, Phillip, Ebenezer and James Madison Peck who went to Western Kentucky (the…"
My own line of clayton's is from Leeds and surrounding areas but also in my tree are Clayton's from Birmingham Warwickshire. Is there a direct connection? or not?To me each family history is a beautiful tapestry woven through time and the threads that join each together are truly golden threads. Finding the golden threads is my aim. let's do it together.See More
"Run across a couple more bios of Eleanore:
ELEANORE OF AQUITAINE, THE MOTHER QUEEN, by Desmond Seward.
ELEANORE OF AQUITAINE, LORD AND LADY, ed. by Bonnie Wheeler & John Carmi Parsons.
Where are the other people who are suppose to be interested…"
My grandmother (maternal) was a Purcell. Her father was James Purcell b. 9-2-1866 Mich. d. 12-15-1960 (Mich) m. Anna Metzger b.5-4-1880 Mich. d. 4-10-1957 Mich. James Purcell's father I believe was from Kilkenny, Ireland. His fathers name was Antony Metzger (Anthony Metzger) born in Germany. I had my husband & brother both do tests on Family Tree & it is believed that my mother's Irish line & my husband's Irish line are way back cousins but I'll probably never be able to make the connection.