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What surnames are you interested in researching?
MOTHER'S SIDE:
TAYLOR, HUEY, MOORE, CROUCH, MAYO, BALDWIN, SCOTT, DAWSON, PUTNAM (PUTTENHAM), PORTER, HA(W)THORNE, DOYNE, WHARTON, STONE, WINSTON, GAINES, WATTS, GOUGE, GRAVES, WILLIAMS, HUNT (HARP), JEWETT/JUETT, MASON, PENDLETON, GAMEWELL, SWAINE, PARSONS, BOOTH, WOODBURY, DWIGHT, WALTON, MAVERICK, HARRISON, LYTTLETON, VALLETTE, MARMADUKE, GYE, HEDGES (DE LACY), KENDRICK, NOBLE, BATTAILLE, BOWEN, FLEMING, DAVIS, DEVOTION, SHEPHERD, POND, LOWE, RICE, COTTON, MAINWARING, CURTIS, GREGORY, ELYOT, SMITH, CRUTTENDEN, PARSONS, STRONG, HINKSON, GREGSON, CHURCH, MARSH, POMEROY, MATHER, ABRAM(S), ROCKETT, BARBEE, WOODWARD, STEBBENS, WHITING, CROWE, REEDS, GODWIN, PARTRIDGE. LYMAN, DELAMARE, BREWER, THROCKMORTON, SCUDDER, DAWKINS, FRANKLIN, VAUGHN, JOHNSON, MORRILL, CRAIG, TALIAFERRO, HAWKINS, FAULCONER (FALKONER), JENKIN, GARLAND, COLLINS, WATSON, MEDFORD (MITFORD), HEPBOURNE, MACKALL, DOLAND (DOWLAND), BROWNE, POWELSON, MUNN,
COOKE, WHITE, COEBOURNE, STALCOP

FATHER'S SIDE:
COOK, FARMER, DORLAND, GOODE, FLOOD, BONDURANT, JONES, KEINADT (KAINADT, KOINER, KOYNER, COINERT AND COINER), DILLER, DORRIS, IRELAND, FELLOWS, SLAGLE, GRADELESS (GRAYLESS GRAYLEY), VAN ARSDALEN, MOORE, COTTON, CHENEY, CARMEAN (CREMEEN), CHEATHAM, HAWKINS, CROCKETT (CROSKETAGNE), DE SAIX, VAN METER (VAN METEREN), BODINE, DUBOIS, RENTFRO, RANDOLPH, BAILLET, PAYNE, AKIN, GRIFFIN, ROPER, BLACKBORNE, HALEY, RICKETTS, NICHOLSON, POWELL, TRIPPET, MACE,
CURTIS, BEAUCHAMP, ADAMS, DILLON, BROWN,
PEARSON, CROCHERON, STOFF, AISTER, ROBERTSON, DAVIS
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
US, Britain, France, Germany, Holland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
I have written a two-volume book of family history & genealogy, covering the above mentioned surnames. The books are
ALL OF THE ABOVE I & II - available at amazon.com, searchable at googelbooks
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I come from a long line of keepers and savers; my mother - Elizabeth Huey Taylor Cook (1918-2000) was a grand compiler of passed down material. When I received it from her, It was time to write it down.

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At 10:17am on March 3, 2013, Richard Cremeans said…

:) So nice to finally meet you!

At 8:11pm on March 2, 2013, Richard Cremeans said…

Andrew Jackson 2nd my 4th Great grandfather then John G,John E my third great

At 8:09pm on March 2, 2013, Richard Cremeans said…

ANDREW JACKSON6
C
REMEANS, SR.
(
H
IGGINS5,
J
OSEPH4
C
REMEEN,
J
OSIAS3,
J
OHN2,
D
ENIS1
C
RIMMINS) was born
November 1810 in Mason County, Virginia (now West Virginia), and died 1902 in
Bennett, Greenup County, Kentucky. He married M
ARTHA ANN POWERS. She was born Abt.
1820 in Kanawha County, Virginia (now West Virginia), and died Unknown.

At 7:46pm on March 2, 2013, Richard Cremeans said…

I have tested YDNA thru FTDNA to 67 markers and also in various YDNA Surname studyies and projects so far we are Identified as Halo-group M-269 South Irish r1b1a2 I have recently as of Febuary 15 taken the National Geographic GENO 2.0 Deep clad test I am currently waiting for the results, I am the adminster of the Cremeen sept surname project for and by FTDNA as Our own study . pretty neet huh!

At 7:40pm on March 2, 2013, Richard Cremeans said…

Oh I ment my dad ALSO Richard then me in linage

At 7:37pm on March 2, 2013, Richard Cremeans said…

It would be interesting to see if Our YDNA also matched to at least a GD of probably 6/7

At 7:36pm on March 2, 2013, Richard Cremeans said…

Yes, this is carman /carmean from the Grayless line and yes if that is so that is of my lineage also ! This Jacob was the brother of my Josias Cremeans which was my 7th Great Grandfather, my lineage is Denis,John,John 2/jr,Josias,Higgens,Andrew Jackson,John G,John E, My Grandpa Roy then Me. so yes Mary would be like my 6th or 7th Great aunt by marriage. So I would be inclined to say we are related. Nice to meet you too. 

At 8:04am on December 9, 2009, Richard Baldwin Cook said…
Re my ADAMS & JONES ancestry:

Mary Adams (?-?) was the wife of John Cremeen (1720-1754). John was raised in Dorchester Co Maryland. But I do not know anything more about Mary, except their fourth child was Jacob Cremeen, my ancestor.

My JONES line is found in Virginia Colony in the 1700s. Robert Jones (?-?) arrived from Montgomeryshire Wales in 1698, probably into Philadelphia. Robert Jones (son of immigrant Robert Jones) married Mary (Maria) Van Meter (1709-1796), daughter of Sarah Bodine (1687-1709) and John Van Meter (1683-1745).
At 1:07am on December 9, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…


I noticed you have "Adams" and "Jones" ancestry. Are these from GA and/or AL?
At 9:30am on December 8, 2009, Annemarie said…
The netherlands and Belgium were 1 at that time and ruled by the Spanish royals.
Then the netherlands took over Belgium and later gave it back to them again, well half of it anyway.
belgium is now split in half, half french speaking half dutch speaking but its own kingdom of Belgium
 
 
 

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