"hi my name is robyn and i think i have found a link for you on on isaac underwood . there is a page on ancestry stating that he was born in knox ohio . so i would start there and see what comes of it . willing to help more . have a nice day"
"I have hit a brick wall on my husbands family. I am looking for the place of death for Isaac Underwood b aprox 1851 in Ohio. Married Elizabeth Ingrham b aprox 1860 IL. This children were born in Grizwald Iowa so I am going to…"
My mother and I are interested in applying to join DAR under or ancestor William Gauge Bloodgood Pvt NJ Milita. Do you suggest that we do this together or her first followed by me. We live in different sides of the…"
I am looking for information on the Hans (John) Hollander family. John was born in 1860 he came to America with his father Hans. Do not know where in Denmark they were from however. Thanks in advance for any info…"
"Hello I am helping a friend with her family lines. The names I am looking for are
STERLING, SANDFORD, QUIRK, DOWNING, SMITH, HARRINGTON, KELLY, FREEMAN, CURRIE. Area's are Libby, Greatfalls, and Eurika. If you can help…"
I am trying to find out where Francis Hilley came from, we know he came to VA in 1700's from Larne Ireland but also shows Donagel. There are some thoughts that he was actually a Scot. Anyone run across…"
"Looking for others with lines to John Miller born abt 1580 in Ireland married Agnes Campbell dau of Sir Duncan Campbell Scotland, and Lady Janet Steward Lady of Atoll. Son's on down the line were all John's with one being born…"
"Thank you so much Micheal. Gottlieb b 1865 is my gg grandfather. I have a lot of info on the family from when they came to America and setteled in Colorado, but nothing in Russia and Germany. If you have a tip to get me…"
I am looking for the Fritchell or Fritchele name and where abouts. They went to Odessa Russia prior to 1870. But I have no idea of where in Germany they came from. Any tips would be great thanks
I am looking for info on my Great Granfather and up who were Germans from Russia. I know they were in the Odessa region, and I think the town was called Rohbach. They would of been there in 1895 and on back…"
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Iowa, Nebraska, Scotland, Ireland, England, Denmark, Odessa Ukrain,Germany
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I am adopted so when I was reunited with my birhtmother and found that my birthdad had passed away, I really was starting from Scratch. My adoptive family had done and known their heritage, so I was very interested in learning about mine.
hi my name is robyn and i think i have found a link for you on on isaac underwood . there is a page on ancestry stating that he was born in knox ohio . so i would start there and see what comes of it . willing to help more . have a nice day
Hallo Connie, My apologies for the long delay in replying!! I haven't even had the chance to go to another Genealogywise Chat!! Just let me know how I can help you and I will do what I can. Your visit to the UK sounded wonderful. Trooping of the Colour is quite a thing here for the Queen's official birthday. And yes, Windsor and it's Castle are very pretty. My other half and I got engaged in the Queen's garden there - the long long expanse of park/garden that leads from the Castle, so it has some good memories for me! I believe the Royals ride their horses there too. I have some ancestors that worked at the Castle but so far haven't looked further into it - I should do as it would be so interesting.
I just hope when you visit London again that the weather is better than it has been here lately. Doesn't seem very summery at all!! Kind regards, Christine
Hallo Connie, It was good to "meet" you last night in the Chatroom. As I said to you, I am happy to help you with your UK research, so let me know who, what, when and where and we'll see what I can come up with. ;-)
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