"Myles STANDISH m Barbara [9th ggrandparents]
Alexander STANDISH m Sarah ALDEN
Ebenezer STANDISH m Hannah STURTEVANT
Zachariah STANDISH m Abigail WHITMAN
Zachariah STANDISH m Olive POOLE
Peleg STANDISH m Sarah HAMLEN/HAMLIN
Lucy STANDISH m Robert D…"
"Thanks for that Sally. Unfortunately it seems your husband's ancestry may be differernet from mine in that case. From information given by my father all I know is that his Pavia's came from southern Italy, Bari, I believe. They emigrated…"
"My husband's Pavia's came from Sicily ca 1910, settling in St Louis, Missouri. All of his family still lives there. I met him in CA while he was in the Navy and we decided to stay there. Do have some info on the Pavia family I could send…"
"Thought some of you might find this fun and interesting. Our ancestors weren't always the 'good' guys we thought they were.
FRANDLEY MONTHLY MEETING, MEN'S MINUTES 1678—1702
Abel was my 8th ggrandfather
6 5th 1697
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"Got a copy of a newspaper clipping from the Monroe, WI 1858 newspaper. It gives info about my 3rd ggrandfather's estate, land having to be sold to pay for the mortgaged land. Had never known when he died before .. had 1885 but it was actually…"
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"My ROLLS line, paternal, moved to Lone Jack, Jackson Co,, MO, right after the Civil War.
My STUBBS, George Bush, maternal line, moved to Chillicothe, Livingston Co, MO, right after the Civil War
George Walter STUBBS moved to Kansas City, MO in the…"
Thanks for that Sally. Unfortunately it seems your husband's ancestry may be differernet from mine in that case. From information given by my father all I know is that his Pavia's came from southern Italy, Bari, I believe. They emigrated to America at some point (not sure when exactly) and mainly settled in New York and Pittsburgh. There do appear to be Pavia's all over the world and from many and varied origins. Perhaps it is a fairly common name, like smith or Jones, lol. Thank you again for the info though. Much appreciated.