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Dixie Jack Halber
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  • Evansville, IN
  • United States
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Jack, Drumheller, Hardbarger, Halber, Rechter, Widro, Swearingen, Ailstock
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Galicia, Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Germany, Scotland, Ireland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
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Dixie Jack Halber's Blog

The Missing Generation – Clementius Swearingen Jack

Posted on August 12, 2009 at 1:37pm 0 Comments

One of the large errors from Matohe is a missing generation. This is really unfortunate, because it directly impacts the author’s line. It is however an easy mistake to make, because Clem Jack was really the missing son and it took a lot of piecing things together to figure out that he existed.

Clementius Swearingen Jack was the eldest son of John Jack and Lucy Smith, his exact birth date is unknown. He married a woman named Mary Elizabeth and had two children, John and George… Continue

And so we begin

Posted on August 4, 2009 at 2:50pm 0 Comments

What will follow will be a series of articles that I've been writing on my main web page, The Halberium. I decided to reproduce them here so as to get a wider audience (I hope). Some will just be my rantings, some will be family discussion. Hopefully I can find some connections out there!

Setting the Record Straight: "Matohe – A Labour of Love" and Jack genealogy

Posted on August 4, 2009 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

A book was published in 1988 chronicling the genealogy of several Bath County Virginia families including the Jack line. This was the first and thus far only record the Bath county Jacks published and is used by Jack researchers around the country and the trees from it are published on various genealogy websites for researchers. Unfortunately, with all apologies to Cathy Smoot Carson, it is also wrong.

Matohe - A Labour of Love traces the Bath County Jacks back to a German… Continue

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At 4:16pm on September 10, 2009, Dae Powell said…
Thanks for the birthdae wishes.

And particular thanks for clearing up the nomenclature puzzles. LOL. I'm not Jewish, either, but I've studied Hebrew and visited Israel. Intriguing.
At 7:42pm on July 25, 2009, John Newmark said…
Philip Wylie, Edwin Balmer, and George Pal were truly correct. Worlds do collide.


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