"Hi Cathy, Our Moultons came from England- 3 brothers,John, Thomas and William. John stayed in Massachusetts- some of his children were granted land in New Hampshire and then went to Vermont and then some moved to northern NY which…"
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"Hi! I am working on the Hunter family from Jackson County. My great great granfather Richard V. Hunter married a Melvina C-possibly Copeland. I am in need of a marriage record for these two to get her maiden name for my genealogy. Any help will be…"
"My Jones family comes from Vermilion County, Illinois via Wales. My gg grandfather married into another Welsh family-the Thomases. John and Thomas Thomas sailed over here to the states from Glamorganshire/Machen Wales in 1852 and the wives came with…"
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"I am researching Vermilion County, specifically the areas of Danville and Catlin., because my ancestors lived there working the coal mines. The family names I am researching are Jones and Thomas and the various in-laws of those families. I live in…"
Hi Cathy, Our Moultons came from England- 3 brothers,John, Thomas and William. John stayed in Massachusetts- some of his children were granted land in New Hampshire and then went to Vermont and then some moved to northern NY which is where my husbands family settled. His mother's maiden name is Hunter. They originated from Scotland. John H immigrated to Massachusetts-then Vermont- then to Malone & surrounding area in Northern NY. Hope this helps you. Joan Moulton
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