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Debra Dee Munn
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Abel Ady Aldborough Aldrich Anderson Andrews Arnold Bailey Baldwin Barcroft Barnes Barnett Barrick Beaty Blair Blakeman Bliss Boggess Bowen Brainerd Bray Browning Butler Butterfield Butterworth Cadwell Carter Church Clemmons Clifford Cooper Cornwell Coss Courson Cox Colver Culver Daly Damourvell Damouvill Dart Deming Dickinson Dodson
Dormer Dudley DuPre Dupree Eames Eccles Echyngham Ellerbee Evens Eyers
Eyre Falkenborough Flowers Foll Ford Fordham Fox Gay Granberry Griggs
Grose Gross Hambley Hand Hardeman Harrison Hazelwood Helms Herrin
Hilliard Hines Holley Hollister Howell Kane Keyes Kindred Knapp Lee Lewes Lewis Little Marron Mathis McCoy McCrea McIntyre McLarty Medcalfe Metcalf Monk Moore Morris Morrison Munn Murray Neaps Owens
Palmater Parrish Paxton Peacock Peel Philbrook Phillips Polk Pollock Pray Pryor Reeves Register Reilly Remington Rentz Richardson Roach Roe Rowe Rowell Rowland Russell Rust Salisbury Saville Seald Seawell
Selby Selden Semple Sharp Sharparowe Shaw Shelby Shelley Shepherd
Sheppard Sherling Shierling Shiver Shotbolt Simpson Skinner Slane Smith
SoRelle Sorrell Spratt Stalvey Stanford Stebbins Steele Sutton Swiers Swires Talbert Tasker Taylor Thayer Thimblethorpe Thornberry Thornbury
Thornton Thurber Tidd Tomlinson Tough Treat Turner Vines Waddington
Ward Wards Warriner Watts Way Webster Weddington Welles Wells West Wheaton Wheeler Williams Willis Woodham Woolfolk Worden Wyborowe Wyche

These surnames are from my birth and adoptive family trees. My birth family tree is at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1166852/family/pedigree?fpid=-198297...

My adoptive family tree is at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1166786/family/pedigree
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
United States (TX, MI, GA, IA, MT, NC, SC, FL, VA, AL, OH, NY, MA, CT, CA), Canada (Ontario & Nova Scotia), Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, France, Germany
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
At the age of 17, back in 1970, I wanted to learn more about my ancestors, as far back as I could go. I was inspired by my adoptive mother's mother, Maude Mae Coss Abel, who often talked about family members from an earlier time. The fact that I was adopted as a baby and discovered my birth family in my forties also inspired me to learn more about my own genetic roots.

My Family Photos & Documents Organized by Surname

Please look at my family photos and documents organized by surname:
http://www.debramunn.fotki.com/genealogy__old_fami/debras_family/debras-family-photo/

Each photo is labelled & organized according to the surnames of all the family members appearing in it. Therefore, a photo showing family members with different surnames should appear in each of those surname files. Women are identified by their maiden names regardless of marital status, and photos in which women appear will be filed under their maiden names only. Feel free to download copies of any photos that you may want. And please, if you have family photos of these or related branches, I would love to have copies to add to this collection. Likewise, if you have comments, corrections, or additions of any kind, I would like to know about those, too.

Also, please have a look at this section of photos with unidentified people in them. Do you know who these people are? If so, please let me know!

http://www.debramunn.fotki.com/genealogy__old_fami/unidentified-family/debrasunidentifiedg/

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At 11:08am on January 8, 2010, Pamela Leja said…
Hi,
Sorry it has taken me ages to respond. But I have looked into your questions about the COSS connection. I cannot find any link between the two. There is no records of any of my branch of COSS coming to the USA. But the records are very spotty at best when I get to the english/british end of things.
My only firm connection is William Coss who went (deported as a convict) to Australia.
It is also reported that he was of dark skin, with black hair and eyes. It was rumoured in my family that he was black or half black. And had an occupation in England as a coachman.
At 4:44pm on August 19, 2009, Shannon Wearing said…
Hi Debra,
Mine are also from Luxulyan....I'll have to dig out my documents, but I think it was William Sturtridge Grose and his wife that came to Canada in the early 1800's. I'll get back to you with more info- it's quite possible that we do have a connection somewhere
Shannon
At 8:48am on August 15, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…

At 6:15pm on August 6, 2009, Beverly Harrison said…
Hi There:
I was able to find it on Amazon, what a wonderful place that is, don't you think? Here it is 8:00 and I still haven't had dinner yet. It been a busy day today. Well, can't wait to get the book. Let me know what you will start next,
Luv,
Bev
At 8:36pm on August 5, 2009, Beverly Harrison said…
Well, you can certainly say that. I think I read somewhere that you had written a book on ghost places in England. What is the name of it?
Love,
Bev
At 9:57am on August 3, 2009, Beverly Harrison said…
There is a lot to learn. You watch, I will probably run into my sisters. Ha Ha
As soon as I get a minute I will go through this more thoroughly
Luv,
Bev
At 7:45am on August 2, 2009, Beverly Harrison said…
Hi Debra:
I signed on to this last night and was amazed at all the stuff. It is going to take me a month to go thru all this. Truly, looks like fun.
Love,
Bev
At 10:26am on July 16, 2009, Diane Bowen said…
I've only been able to trace back to Philetus Pollock, born 1826 in CT, fought in the Civil War. I've been unable to find any siblings or parents. Very early in my research, I found something somewhere that said his father was William Pollock - but being new, I didn't document where I found it and have never been able to find it again! Philetus' wife was Susan Brewster, also born in CT.
At 9:06pm on July 15, 2009, Diane Bowen said…
How do the Pollocks fit into your family? Ours are from the Boston, Rhode Island and Connecticut areas. I've hit a brick wall, though!
At 11:58am on July 14, 2009, Robin Whitney said…
We have common Polk ancestors on your adoptive tree. I would love to connect
 
 
 

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