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I took the Challenge to find A family of SMITH'S in Kentucky
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Sherry Gum Jul 17, 2009.

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Walsh Family Genealogy

Anyone searching the Walsh name is invited. Spelling variations of this family name include: Walsh, Welsh, Welch, Brannagh and others.First found in Counties Kilkenny, Leix, and Waterford, in Ireland, where they were seated from 1170.
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Karen Lynn Jaszewski commented on Cindy Johnston Sorley's group Needlework Family Trees Patterns Supplies
"Hello. Are you still on this forum? Interested in blackwork family tree patterns."
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Needlework Family Trees Patterns Supplies

This is for anyone who wants to stitch a family tree design in Counted Cross Stitch, Needlepoint, Embroidery etc. We can help with resources to get the supplies to you.
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Mary Beth Raycroft commented on Cindy Johnston Sorley's group Walsh Family Genealogy
"Looking for info on James WALSH m. Mary REILLY, from Mong, Thomastown, Kilkenny. and Children:  Patrick (1803-1875, Ontario); John (1805-ca. 1905, Mong); Peter (1807-?) Edward (1810-?);Anastasia (1814-1899, Australia); William (1816-?); Judith…"
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Walsh Family Genealogy

Anyone searching the Walsh name is invited. Spelling variations of this family name include: Walsh, Welsh, Welch, Brannagh and others.First found in Counties Kilkenny, Leix, and Waterford, in Ireland, where they were seated from 1170.
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Johnston, Richins, Bunot, Mullens, Laughlin, Clark, Walsh,
Broaddus, Smith (Clay County Kentucky), Smith (evier and Little River Arkansas and McCurtain Oklahoma), Portwood, Estep, Willoughby, Sorley, Merrow, Stone, Lewis, Meriweather, Dillard, Jackson, Pings, Pingst, Keen, Whitmore, Egerton, Varnum
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Ireland, Germany, Scotland, Kentucky, Indiana, Utah, Arkansas, Missouri,
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
Kentucky, Arkansas, Utah
I have done on site research in Germany 12 times
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I started doing genealogy to find out about my ancestry. I have done numerous professional jobs when I can devote the time.

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How exciting to See GenealogyWise grow in just a few days

I was one of the very early members of GenealogyWise and have seen the membership grow so much in the last three days. I would look at each member to see what names they were searching and see if I could connect. People started signing up so fast, I could not keep up.. This is exciting and I really hope this is successful.



I love the Profile Photos of everyone and especially get tickled at the ones with a pet or when the person was about three... so fun...



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Posted on July 9, 2009 at 9:00pm — 4 Comments

Ask Questions of Family Before It Is To Late!

I started on my quest for genealogy when I was a little girl after getting my assignment to fill out my family tree when I was a member of the LDS Church. I asked my grandmother to help me and when she got to her husband's parents she told me that grandpa had been born out of wedlock and that he was adopted and suggested I add his adoptive father's name as the father. I, being the stubborn little thing I was, didn't want to. I wanted answers. Well, 40 years later, I still don't know my… Continue

Posted on July 8, 2009 at 1:23am — 2 Comments

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At 12:41pm on October 19, 2011, Deanna Decena Jackson Freeze said…

Cindy, i am Deanna Jackson Freeze, i am sooo excited, that you have information on my GGgrandfather Issac Newton Jackson. I live in Ashdown Arkansas, i have information on the Smiths they are also related to this group or Jacksons.I, would like to know how im related too you!

 

At 5:28pm on July 17, 2009, John A. "JACK" Andresen said…
Cindy, Welcome aboard. I do not bloog as i am always busy do ing research for family and friends and have a bunch of honney do's to do.
MY Youngest daughter went to the W. and graduate in 2006, and now working in Memphis at a clinic there.
At 6:40pm on July 16, 2009, Deason Hunt said…
Cindy, there was a text box in which you could add text or photo or other things. I clicked the camera icon and it took me through the steps to add a picture. Then I edited that box again and added the text naming the people below the picture.
At 12:25pm on July 16, 2009, Mary Hester said…
Thank Cindy must say it took me quite a while to find it but when I saw it I thought it was most appropriate. I always describe my Hobby as like doing a Jigsaw Puzzle. I was actually looking for a comic figure of a femail.
Mary
At 8:03pm on July 15, 2009, Deason Hunt said…
Actually, they are also at the top of my blog at talkingroots.wordpress.com. I got the size for that picture from Wordpress and then opened Paint.net and cut each individual picture to size and made a single picture with each placed side by side in it.
At 3:08am on July 13, 2009, David Jordan said…
Thanks Cindy - trust me to use a rectangular instead of a square photo! All fixed now.

All the best

Dave
At 9:03pm on July 12, 2009, Katrina Haney said…
Oh Cindy, we would never want you to be left out. I only had the Lockes for a short time in Ameria myself, but please do post what information you have. I would love to see it.
At 6:31pm on July 12, 2009, Kenneth Kwame Welsh said…
I'm descended from and related to the Welsh/Welch families that came in Jamaica, I believe in the early 1700s, after the British conquered Jamaica from the Spaniards in 1655.
At 2:24am on July 12, 2009, David Hamm said…
Hi Cindy,
Thanks for the comment on the photo, looks like an interesting site here.
- Dave
At 4:46pm on July 11, 2009, Ron said…
That could have been Grandma Johnston who wrote that because she would mix up Ronnnie and Jimmy ! I will look for some photos etc and get them on here i have the old book somewhere that aunt Mabel put together and it has some old pioneer photos
 
 
 

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