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THE BERNARD / BARNETT FAMILY OF ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES BY JACK E. MAC DONALD POWELL, WYOMING. ii provided at the end of this genealogy. INTRODUCTION England, was the daughter of John Haselwood and

UPDATED OCTOBER 30, 2009 . THE CLAYTON FAMILY . The Branch from England to America . The Clayton line is a very interesting one. One branch goes all the way back to Charlemagne and

BUSHNELL FAMILY GENEALOGY Ancestry and Posterity of FRANCIS BUSHNELL (1580 – 1646) of Horsham, England And Guilford, Connecticut Including Genealogical Notes of other

The Harwood Family in England From “Burke’s Commoners of Great Britain.” "The name of Harwood is of Saxon origin and was anciently spelt Herward,

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The Childs Family 5 John Le Childe had the following children: *32 i. Thomas10 Childe was born about 1386. 33 ii. William Le Childe was born in Northwick, Worcester, England about

The Great Years – Page – 19 CHAPTER THREE The Rogers’ Family Genealogy When I was about five years of age, we moved to the Town of Orrington, Maine.

Descendants of Rev. Ralph Wheelock Wheelock Family Genealogy website at This website has drawn readers and contributors from all over the world, including the United States, Canada, England, Africa, Germany, and Uzbekistan. It has

The Mystery of Thomas Dudley's Paternal Ancestors By H. Allen Curtis The maternal ancestry of Thomas Dudley, the first Deputy Governor and several

History of the Surname Waite From The Encyclopedia of Biography, Vol. 29 "It is interesting to note that the name Waite, which in ancient times was spelled Wayghte or Of the four primary progenitors of the Waite family in New England, only the paternity of Samuel

THE COFFIN FAMILY . England to Nantucket . The Coffin, or Coffyn as it was originally spelled, family comes from England. The line was probably originally Norman and came to England from France in the 1100s. They are probably

Descendants of Thomas Cocke Generation No. 1 1. THOMAS1 COCKE1 died 04 Aug 1587 in Stottesden, Shropshire England. He married AGNES ???. Child of THOMAS COCKE and AGNES ??? is: 2. i. JOHN2 COCKE, b. 09 Oct 1569, Stottesden, Shropshire England.

2 RC 27 – Bryant Family Collection Austin, Cyrus, Arthur, Louisa, John Howard, Sarah Snell and the matriarch of the family emigrated to Illinois in the early 1830’s, with the Hamshire colony from Cummington.

Land Indenture . Derbyshire, England . 1636 . Box 26 Folder 1 Y21 . Transcription [1] © 2013 Center for Family History and Genealogy at Brigham Young University. late king sames of famous no more to Sir Edward Howard

Descendants of Fleet Cooper, Sr. Generation No. 1 1. Fleet1 Cooper, Encyclopedia of American Genealogy—Philadelphia Monthly Meeting; (f) Record of Marriages in Christ Church, Philadelphia; (g) Cooper: The Cooper Family p. 74; (h) Sampson Deed Book 1 p. 103; (j)

Chapter Three. The Henry Webb Family of Grayson County, Virginia. The Early Generation. James1 Webb, the earliest known ancestor of many of the Webbs whose roots are in

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What genetic secrets hide beneath a "white bread" appearance?

Did your ancestor serve in the war where the United States invaded Canada? Seriously, that really happened — several times in 1813.

This 120-year-old building was once home to a London-born Civil War vet.