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if you want to see if any of yours are listed"
trying to find out more about ggrandmother "Kate"'s parents and siblings. I found them in Boston from 1860-1880 but so far only have those censuses and daughter Catherine/Katherine "Kate" 's marriage to Edward Wyman LORD in 1902 in Boston (I have info on them after that) and her birth information.. Here's what I have thus far and questions I'm looking for answers to also. Does anyone have any good Boston/ Suffolk county research links?Name: William FlemingEvent Type: CensusEvent Date: 1880Event…See More
MANY!! Taft, Lord, Fleming/Flemming, Norris, Flavin/Flaven/Flavan, Ekes/Ekas/Ekiss, Ferguson, Thamm/Tham, Spegal, Chopot, Cleversay/Cleversey/Clevercy/Cleversy, Nicholson, Aitken/Aitkin/Aikin..... and lots more that I'll have to look up and add.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
USA, Germany, Prussia, England, Ireland, Canada and more
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Adoption got me started on my family quest, the desire to know my roots. In doing this, I got started on researching both my adoptive and birth families. That was back in the late 1970's and I'm still at it today, I LOVE IT! As well as researching my own family lines I have helped many others work on theirs as well.
Lisa you ask how they could have your ggg whatever-grandmother's birth date and no parents. There are several ways including a family bible, grave, letters written etc. In the earliest census you find her-check the folks under and over her- I usually do 5 or 8. After you give up there, research the sibings. I have foud more in my over 30 years in the lines of the sibings, than in mine.