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Research your White families, no matter the spelling variant. Post your questions or findings in teh group discussion forum. See the group topic that lists the known variants of the White Surname.See More
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Al Dawson replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Dear Joe, Welcome!  We may be cousins, as my EASTERDAY line, and allied lines, comes from that part of Germany. Al"
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Joseph Dougherty replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Good Afternoon All, My name is Joe and I have been doing family history research since 1978. The surnames in my paternal research are: Wolf, Berger, Pyffer. The Wolf and Berger names are from Wurttemberg, Germany, New York City and Philadelphia,…"
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Patricia Canty replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Thank you Al ... Very nice to meet you.   I am familiar with Lubbock and Texas Tech both.   If you need Texas research, I will be happy to help as I am able. Will check out your tribal page shortly. Regards, Pat. "
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Al Dawson replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Dear Patricia, Happy New Year and Welcome! Thank you for your work on Find-A-Grave! My son lives in Lubbock, over on the western side of the state. He teaches at Texas Tech. --Al Al Dawson, Iowa City, Iowa - MA, Victorian History, UNC-Chapel Hill,…"
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Patricia Canty replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Happy New Year, everyone!    I am a new member of Genealogy Wise but have been an active family historian for many years.   I am also a contributing member of FindAGrave.   I live in the pinewoods of east Texas (Angelina County)…"
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April Lee Payne replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"You're quite welcome, glad I could help. :)"
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Janice Day Amenta replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"I'm using Explorer. I'll try to reach Ancestry and see if they can help. Glad to know I'm not the only one that had this problem.  Thanks, April. ~Jan"
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April Lee Payne replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"What browser are you using? I recently changed from Chrome to Firefox to what apparently is a more outdated Opera. Opera works better for me, however, I found I couldn't access my DNA Circles to the fullest extent. So, I called Ancestry.com for…"
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Janice Day Amenta replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Hi April, My main reason for doing the DNA test is to find trees that would further my search for  my great-great grandfather. That's where I'm stuck in my searches! I did the same test. I'm 85% Irish, which I knew would be the…"
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April Lee Payne replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"I've also taken a DNA test. Autosomal is limited to about three generations, at best. It's confusing. Hopefully both of us will manage to muddle through our test results. Nice to know I'm 45% Irish. A bit more than anticipated. I did…"
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Janice Day Amenta replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Hi all, I'm Jan. Been working on my family tree since 1992. Then, I had to drive places to find information. Now, I sit at my computer and search.  The main family I'm working on is the Day's. Did my DNA test and am still working…"
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Al Dawson replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"LOWDER in Missouri rings a bell, in connection with my POUNDS family!"
Dec 28, 2016
J'Anette Vidunas Scott replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Hello.  I research Scott from French Canada, NH VT;  Vidunas from Lithuania, PA;   Wenkel from Germany, IL, WI;  Tapp from New England and IL;   and a bunch others.  Currently, I focus my search on the Vidunas surname,…"
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"I joined after an invite from my aunt (Gaile). I also live in Canada and have personal interest in Genealogy and family history and started casual research when I was 17. Due to resources most of my research has been online, and at the city…"
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At 3:58pm on February 02, 2011, rottenralf gave Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies a gift
At 6:51pm on September 15, 2010, amyjowilson said…
I'm looking for descendants of my great grandparents Rachel and Nathan Abrams, born in Poland in the 1840s who settled in Texas, Wayne County, Penn. The 1880 census lists five children. Appreciate any help to find further information about this family.
Sincerely,
Amy Amyjowilson37@verizon.net
At 7:54pm on August 1, 2010, Victor Carmona said…
I'm looking for people with the Lanauze surname
At 5:08pm on November 7, 2009, Diane said…
I had a bad experience last night with adware invading my computer when I opened your site, through Facebook. I requested having my tree removed but received no reply. I am concerned about the safety of this site.
At 4:18am on August 9, 2009, Denise Ann Drury said…
Hi I am new to this so any help will be greatly appreciated.
At 4:18am on July 21, 2009, Stephen Hill said…
As I have already uploaded a photograph I assume that it will be used in any other forum etc that I sign up to.
At 5:28pm on July 16, 2009, David E. Dyke said…
Hi...(I'm on the right)
My name is Dave and I live on Vancouver Island, British Columbia Canada.
Have been doing genealogy for the past 12 years and I still have brick walls.
At 10:29am on July 16, 2009, diann marilyn rodger[onclin] said…
hello to all my cousin kees onclin didi the geneology for the Onclin-vanTuil family . kees is a professional geneologist. i am doing the Rodger study. My father was from Amsterdam holland & the rest of the relatives are living there. The Rodger side is Glasgow Scotland.i do have the birth cert. of both Robert Rodger jr. & of Minnie Rodger[murphy] also the wedding cert.Am trying to get the geneology of this family tree diann rodger
At 5:53pm on July 15, 2009, Laura Flanders Davis said…
Hi
I am looking for Flanders who lived in Saratoga Cty. some family member may have come from N.H or Mass. in the 1700's
I have allot of names but always looking for more they have wed. Harris, ryther,dingman etc. all of Saratoga cty New York state.
At 12:24am on July 15, 2009, Nancy Hickman said…
I'm fairly new at this Genestuff and it sure does bring back childhood memories...one in particuliar is a song that my Great Uncle use to sing me as I sat on his knee. It's the Burl Ives little jingle about "There was a Tree and the Green Grass Grew All Around, All Around. I must say, "This is Gonna Be the Biggest Tree I Ever Did See!"
And on this tree...there was a unknown cousin...who has become a great geneaddict partner...and the green grass grew all around, all around and the green grass grew all around.
 
 
 

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