April 17, 2014 – Austin, TX. The …
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my mum was Florence lavinia younglove who married a Canadian soldier - Leslie George Greenway in 1945 & came with me to Winnipeg. Manitoba ,Canada until we moved to England in 1959. 3 of us daughters married & stayed in England but mum and youngest sister returned to Canada.
Have found grandfather William George Younglove she married and he was born in U.S.A. so says 1911 census. Married Ellen Young in London ,England about 1915-had 3 children-my mum was the middle one.;…Continue
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" Listen, my children, and you shall hear
Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere,
On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-Five:
Hardly a man is now alive
Who remembers that famous day and year"
Those lines are from the first stanza of a very famous poem by Longfellow…
Added by Doug Kretzer on April 9, 2014 at 2:25pm — No Comments
Created a settlement in Murry county, Minnosota. And brought Irish immigrants to settle there. The family was also very prominent in county Wexford Ireland.
Park, County, Colorado, USA is one of my researching stomping grounds and where I am most active among local archives, and fellow researchers. If you need help there, I might be able to point you in the right direction.
Added by Sally Jeffryes on April 5, 2014 at 6:38pm — No Comments
I am researching the Cuffe clan from Clohamon, Ferns, Wexford, Ireland. If you have this family surname please contact me I would like to share with family.
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I asked my friend, Vicki Samuels Levy to write me a brief perspective on her experience as a video honoree in one of my Legacy Multimedia productions. After all, I write a lot from my perspective; what I’m trying to do with the video, the feelings that I want my audience to experience. I usually get a nice note from my clients and they often agree to allow me to use it as a website testimonial. So I was thrilled when a few hours later, Vicki sent me two pages of writing from her experience.…Continue
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TEL AVIV, Israel & LEHI, Utah & LONDON, England – March 30, 2014: MyHeritage, the popular family history network, announced today that it has added The Jewish Chronicle newspaper archive to its digital collection of historical records. The archive contains over 200,000 pages and millions of names, and dates back to 1841.
The Jewish Chronicle is the world's oldest continuously published Jewish newspaper. Based in London with reporters…
Added by Gena Philibert Ortega on March 31, 2014 at 9:24am — No Comments
He was born 1868/lived,I believe, in Kaiserslauten/Wilhelmshaven,his father Henry was a blacksmith.He had a brother Peter who emigrated to the USA.
He came to South Shields,England in 188? was a musician playing saxaphone in the local theater.He married Louisa Stubley in1888 & had seven children.
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NYQVIST, Gustaf Adolf Severin was born June 14, 1886 (parents Carl Oscar Johansson Nyqvist and Augusta Charlotta Fahlström) in Örgryte parish. Carl died 19 February 1894 and Augusta 24 December 1895. Gustaf was first put in a poor house in Örgryte parish, then in a foster home in Forshälla from Feb 2 1898 to 13 Dec 1901 when he returned to Örgryte. On 4 December 1909 he was listed in the Household Record of Örgryte BII:3 (1908-1913) Bild 141 as being moved to the Book of Missing…Continue
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I am researching information on John Hackett b. abt 1772 in Wales and d. abt 1820 in Irish Town, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland and his wife, Mary Christopher also b. abt 1772 Wales and d. abt 1820 also in Irish Town, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. Their son, Pierce Peter Hackett was born 2 Sep 1795 in Irish Town, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. Apparently, local records were burned in a Parish fire so we have been unable to pursue the line further. We are hoping there is a…Continue
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Frank L. Smith Sr., 79, of Enfield, died peacefully at home on Tuesday, June 10, 2008, after a brief illness.
Frank was born in Biddeford, Maine, the son of Willis and Ida (Harmon) Smith. Frank lived in the Enfield area most of his life, working as a finish carpenter before retiring.
Frank is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Sally and Alphonse Carbone; a son, David Smith; a…
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After signing in at https://new.familysearch.org , I find the new conditions of use . Rather informative , to say the least !Continue
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Genealogy glossary – fra ENGELSK til NORSK (the most commonly used words)Continue
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This is a picture of Henry Huffman later HOFFMAN and wife Elizabeth HIGGINS.
You can read about the HIGGINS line on this blog…Continue
Groundbreaking multilingual mobile app will power international crowdsourcing initiative…Continue
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