"Hi all, I have Cuban ancestors. Ramon Piña came to US in 1870s. His mother was Rose Lamy. He had 2 daughters with his first wife, Anita Multra; named Anna Rosa Piña & Amelia Piña. His second marriage is to Margaret Gunther,…"
"These are the Surnames that I am researching and the primary geographical locations:
Starting in Galicia, Spain, and/or possible other cities in Spain and Portugal. and migrating to Cuba.
Migration pattern was:
1. Spain <…"
"Hi, In addition to my Valiente and Lemus lines. I am also looking for any information for a Rosalia Evangelina Fernandez who married Jose Valiente in the late 1800's. They were from the Santiago de las Vegas area."
"I've been researching this line for quite a few years, but I've come to a lot of dead ends. This particular portrait is of Bernardino Palacios and it was done in 1870. I've sent you a message on ancestry with my e-mail address and…"
"I sent you a message through Ancestry tonight I saw this. I believe the Juan Berardino you have is the son of Bernadino Palacios. Juan (john) was a son born to Bernardino and Mary in 1875,just before he went back to Cuba to bring…"
From reading over your shoulder on the Mississippi group, I believe I have your John W. Partridge, b. abt 1856 in Mississippi as the son of a William D. and Sarah Partridge. :-) I can get you back to 1700 on your line... and would love to find out about John's descendants. Not certain about his wife as I didn't have even a name until I read your post, but I know of several Native American genealogist specialists that may be able to assist us in either proving or debunking the family story. Right now you get to be part of the Wannabe Tribe.... :-)
Mucklehone can be part of a related spelling group of Irish names, such as McIlhone, or MacIlhaney, McIlhoney, etc... from Ireland, at least thats what I have seen while compiling the Irish Families Project. -Mike