I am researching my roots in Iowa.My maternal grandmother was a Rampton. Her family came to the United States in mid-1800s from Hampshire, England. She was born and raised just outside the town of Dysert, Iowa - right on the border of Tama and Benton Counties.For some reason they first went to Michigan (would love to know why) and then to Iowa (railroad, homesteads, etc).Sue Daws has done a wonderful One Name Family Study on the Ramptons ofHampshire. I also have my great-grandfather's farm…See More
"Although I go further back than this, this is my primary Switzer family
John SWITZER (1806-1860) married Elizabeth WOLFE (1812-1901) in 1836 in Frederick County, Maryland
John is the son of Jacob SWITZER (1770-1854) and Susanna RHEINHART…"
"I would really appreciate some help reading and translating a marriage index entry for Thomas Roy and Mary Anne Bisson. Found the entry online, but my high school French is failing me...
It is on the right side of the page. Thank you!
"I am just getting started with my French Canadian roots. Veilleux family in St. Francois, Beauce, Quebec, Canada.
My branch moved to Bangor, Penobscot, Maine, USA before 1865. GG-Grandfather Joseph Veilleux (1865-1941) was born 28 July 1865 in…"
"I am just getting started with my French Canadian roots. Veilleux family in St. Francois, Beauce, Quebec, Canada. My branch moved to Bangor, Penobscot, Maine, USA before 1865. GG-Grandfather Joseph Veilleux (1865-1941) was born 28 July 1865 in…"
"Tracing my father's paternal line and am in Daviees County with WHITE, DANT, EDWARDS, KIDWELL and more!
Currently looking for marriage certificate or other proof of marriage of Bernard Mitchell WHITE and Olivia "Ollie" Matilda DANT.…"
"Lovely pages - you have a great style. Really like what you did for Florence, the mention of the influenza epidemic. I lost some family and now you have inspired me to scrap about them. Thank you for sharing!"
"Thank you Mary! As my gg-aunt was only 9 years old, don't think she qualified as a 'wayward girl'. In the 1910 US Census - it appears you were either listed as a "Sister" or an "Inmate". Interesting choice of…"