I really don't have a lot of information on the Lamb line. Only that my Great-great grandmother was Hester Lamb, born in NY about 1814-1815, according to all the U.S. Census I have read that contained her and my great-great…"
"I recently located this site. It isn't really a research tool but is a great way to keep track of your ancestors migrations.
You select a State then click on the counties where you or your ancestors live/lived. It offers the ability to color…"
USG once was hosted on Rootsweb but eventually moved to their own site when Ancestry and Rootsweb joined forces. The USGenWeb Project consists of a group of volunteers working together to provide Internet websites for…"
"I would guess some time in the late 1800's. This is an artist's drawing/rendering so there could have been some embellishments. I did do a google search on dating old photographs and came across this link which suggests (in one of the 1880…"
My name is Kayellen (K-L-N) Stakes. I was born, raised and still live in Texas and have been ancestor hunting for the past 20 years. I initially began my family research in order to learn about my fathers family and possibly…"
"Hello Mr. Chandler,
All I have is the abstract from Will's and Administrations Accomack County VS 1663-1800 by Stratton Nottingham and the information from Virginia Navy in the American Revolution. Sorry for the Typo in the first paragraph…"
The Weaver surname is from my mothers side of the family. Her mother was a Weaver.Daniel WEAVER; born 27 Nov 1733 in Augusta County, Virginia; died about 1801 in Pendleton County, South Carolina. Married Anna STOUT , born about 1735 in Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey; died about 1781 in Pendleton District, South Carolina. Daniel WEAVER and Anna STOUT had the following child:Daniel WEAVER, born 10 May 1781, Virginia; married Sarah A GANT, about 1801, Tennessee; died about 1864,…See More
I am trying to find the Chandler connection to my family tree. All I know is Edmund Chandler married Mary Ann Parker. Mary Ann is listed in her fathers will (1811) as; daughter Mary Ann, Wife of Edmund Parker.
Thats it..my one and only…"
"My first brick wall: I have searched to no avail to locate the family of the "Chandler" in my tree. He was, Edmund Chandler who married Mary Ann Parker; daughter of 1st Lt. Richard Parker, who served on the “Diligence Galley”…"