I saw you have Hortons. I have Hortons in SC--Old Ninety-six District. The first one, William, came down to SC from Long Island before the Revolution. Have just started hunting his parents. Where are your Hortons from?
Hey Caren! I haven't started on my grandfather's side yet. The only information I have thus far is my great great grandfather John Albert Horton, Sr b Mar 21, 1889 in Central Falls, RI d Nov 11, 1941. He married Edith A. Wood and had two boys: John Albert Horton, Jr. and Everett Wood Horton. Where are the Horton's on your tree from?? :)
Hi Caren. My great grandmother was a Jackman, born in Franklin county, Indiana in 1867. The earliest Jackman I have is Edward b. abt. 1735 in Ireland. Edward is not documented...still looking. I have more if you think we might connect somewhere!
Thanks for answering, I think I will give the problem over to my grandson he's pretty good with these kinds of problems, You did however mention a book that would help explain my linage but I can't seem to find it, any chance you know where I can get it.
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Caren - I checked real fast before heading to bed. The Teague we have who had the name Loving was Chapman Loving Teague, born September 1878 in Titus County, TX, and died 1884 in Moody, McLennan County, TX. His father was William Swaim Teague and his mother was Amanda Melvina Mitchell.
We know that both of his names of Chapman and Loving came from relatives to the Teague family - this was how we found our first connection to the Loving family. Don't know if that helps you or not, but that's the information we have on the name. Patty
This is amazing, Caren...I don't have near this much info on the Howell's...I suppose I should not claim kin to these people because my Mother was adopted...but she researched this family pretty thoroughly because it's the family she was raised by...she never knew her biological parents and I have just recently found information on them...she traced all the way back to my 9th G Grandfather Thomas Warner of England...I'm not exactly sure how to deal with adoptive families...I also found out over the summer that on my father's side I am a distant cousin to Wyatt Earp...thanks for the info.
You brought up the name Secord recently. I was wondering what you might be able to share. I have the name in a couple places in the tree and reference at least once as a neighbour. I've also been curious if they had a connection to Laura Ingersoll Secord. Might all be the same family
Have you seen the marriage record of Robert Lehto and Anna Lindstrom here? It says that Anna was the daughter of Edward and Rosa Lindstrom. The 1920 and 1930 censuses say she came in 1911. I found a 19-year-old Anna Lindström, born in Kangasniemi, Finland, arriving in Boston on 6 Apr. 1911 aboard the Cymric. She was bound for Amesbury, Mass., where her uncle Otto Lindström lived, and her closest relative in Finland was her mother, Rosa Lindström. This is the only Anna Lindstrom I can find in immigration records who matched the age and arrival date of your Anna.