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Qtym Best-Hall
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Hall, Staples, Babcock, Conklin, Jones, Fletcher, Score, Odell, Mercer, Samson, Burden, Best, Huston, Harroun, Travis, Cook
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Wiltshire, England; Newburgh, NY; Idaho
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Curiosity, pure and simple.
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At 3:48am on September 2, 2009, Dorothy Gurd said…
Firstly,I should explain that I share the Gurd part of the tree with another Gurd descendant, Joy Lewis, although I generally organise the Gurds. The GURD tree is the mutual 'core' and then Joy and I also work on our other separate relatives.So, Alfred Gurd (1870) married Emma Kate Hull in 1903. Emma Kate's father was Edwin Hull (1849). Edwin's mother was Selina Burden (1815). Selina Burden's father was Jonah Burden (1787). Jonah's father was Jonah Burden 1742. Phew!!
There is also a link to the FOOT family (Joy's main family name), which is why she has added several generations of direct line Burdens. The mother of Eunice James,( who was the wife of Jonah Burden (1787)), was Mary FOOT. At present Joy can't confirm a link between Mary Foot and the main Foot tree, but is getting closer.
You can work your way from either end of the list of names to see the connection on the website. Merely run a search for their name and go through the generations.
At 9:57am on September 1, 2009, Dorothy Gurd said…
Have a look at the index on our GURD tree. You may find a stray family member there. We are adding to it constantly, so it's a good idea to check back occasionally.
At 11:56pm on August 31, 2009, Dorothy Gurd said…
Hello Qtym
I don't recognise any of the names on your list as being connected to my Gurd clan, but as the Donheads and Semley are such small villages, we may well link up in the DNA 'soup' of south Wiltshire.
At 12:51pm on August 31, 2009, Andrew Young for Margaret Young said…
Come and join the Wiltshire Ancestors Group on Genealogy Wise




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