"Specific to Marie Jennings - I am 99.99% certain I also descend from David Walker, his daughter Hope Walker (Mrs. Nathaniel Lancaster), etc. I saw some info on "Who's Your Daddy!" that I would like to discuss with you. …"
"My name is Charlene and I've been researching my family tree for about two years now. I'm trying to track back to my 4th paternal G.G. who was possibly born in Europe (England or Scotland) or may be an American Indian? I don't…"
"I am searching for the parents of Patrick Joseph Holland, born Oct 1833 in County Cork, Ireland and died Sept 23, 1901 in Iowa. He married Catherine Purcell in 1857 and with her, had 9 children. Ella, James, Anna Gertrude, Catherine, Patrick,…"
"Im looking for information on my great grandmothers family....her name was Susan Estaline Walker married name Reed. The only information I have on her parents are they were both born in WV their names were George W. Walker and Susan Flint have…"
"David: Have you registered you DNA with Family Tree DNA and or Clan Donnachaidh Society? Lots of Robertson families are trying to sort out the ancestry lines from the early days in the US. The more concrete facts the easier it gets…"
"Im looking for descendants of William ROBERTSON and Julliette BALDWIN of Nashville, Tn area. Possible sons of them are Christmas Walter ROBERTSON and Abner Baldwin ROBERTSON... and also a woman who married a SNELL and is buried in Nashville,…"
My name is George W. Robertson in Louisville, Ky. and I just joined Genealogy Wise and am curious about the setup. Why was I assigned to your group.? Do you have a Robertson connection? What iis the deal on the gift pitch? I signed up for the Robertson surname group to hopefully find info on my first Robertson ancestor, Samuel, (ca 1744-1815) and who died in Washington County (Springfield), Ky. I am looking for Robertsons with a Kentucky background. Thanks
I have come across a few on Ancestry.com, mostly African-American and researching the Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee region. A couple seem to have done pretty extensive work on the Bunkley surname, but so far no brick walls have come smashing down for me. You might want to do a search of the Ancestry.com discussion boards if you haven't checked there already. I also have found quite a bit of information on the white Bunkley family/families, including some slave listings. One African-American researcher knows of a large Bunkley family reunion that occurs in Georgia (apparently not your 'typical' family reunion--this one is attended by genealogy buffs and there are documents, artifacts, etc. on display). Let me know if you're interested and I will dig up that information for you.