"Cool. I live in Washington State, nowhere near my Ancestral places of Virginia, North Carlina, Pennsylvania, Germany and Lithuania. I will be able to send you an invitation to view my family tree, and you can sign up for a free something or other. I…"
Thank you for your message. Yes, William Reynolds was my grandfather. He and his wife Matilda, had three children: Ruth who died as an infant, Florence and my dad Ernest William Reynolds. All my geneology information is in Fort…"
A kind of 'digital library' and 'strategy center' for those tracing ancestries in and from present-day Lithuania. I've created Discussion forums based on geographies, as this is the only part of GW where you can reply to each other! Here's a quick jump to all the discussion forums, otherwise, scroll through all the resources until you get to them.See More
"I has been an incredibly long time since I got onto this website. I am from both Tapp and Essex. Bushrod Tapp married Mary Jane Essex, daughter of Joseph and Eleanore Ware Essex. Bushrod was the son of George Washington and Judith…"
"I have a high YDNA match with a Scott from Canada time around 1740 or so.
MY Scott at this time was in Pittsylvania Co VA in 1760-70 etc.
So who has SCOTT in Way north that may have moved rather south.
Thomas Scott died around 1770 in Pittsylvania…"
"Hello, I saw your posting about Bushrod Tapp. My father, Ernest Williams Reynolds, is a descendant of Bushrod Tapp. My dad was born to William Reynolds and Matilda Lindblom October 7, 1906 in Joy, Illinois. I have some letters and documents…"
You didn't give the first names of your Vidunases, but here are the first things that I would do/consider:
1. Check the Lithuanian online phone directories to find out what the proper spellings of Lithuanian surnames would…"
"John Worley, married Julia Johnson, is buried Worley Cemetery, Johnston County NC. Son George Barns Worley Sr.
George Barns Worley Sr, married Appie Howell, daughter of Jethro and Lorenda Batten Howell. Children: Lenora Worley, George Barns worley…"
"Vincent Tapp is my ancestor who fought in the RevWar.
I have some Howell's who extend back that far, but haven't made any connection to the war. They came to North Carolina from Virginia, and before that, from England 1600s."
Thank you for your message. Yes, William Reynolds was my grandfather. He and his wife Matilda, had three children: Ruth who died as an infant, Florence and my dad Ernest William Reynolds. All my geneology information is in Fort Collins, Colorado and I am in Colorado Springs. When I get back to Fort Collins, I will send you an email with the additional information that I have.
I am not a member of ancestry.com. When I retire, which I hope will be in 3 years, I plan to spend time on finding my family. But, now that you have surfaced, I may want to get into this sooner than later.
Hello, I saw your posting about Bushrod Tapp. My father, Ernest Williams Reynolds, is a descendant of Bushrod Tapp. My dad was born to William Reynolds and Matilda Lindblom October 7, 1906 in Joy, Illinois. I have some letters and documents pertaining to the Tapp family and Bushrod Tapp's separation from the military. Are you a member of the Tapp or Essex families? Thank you. Teri Reynolds Switzer, firstname.lastname@example.org