Hello, I need information on James Dowd - born 1799. I am trying to locate his mother or father. James lived in North and South Carolina, eventually moving down to the Greenville, Butler County area of Alabama. He died December 1868 in Greenville, Alabama. Any help or information would be appreciated. Thank You! Wren
I am looking for any information on parents or siblings of Hugh BLACK born 17 Oct 1821 in Antrim County, Ireland.He died26 Feb 1853 when he was shipwrecked in the English Channel. He was married in 1849 to Alice WILSON (1825-1904). They were the parents of two children, Eliza Ann (1850-1851) and James Robert (1851-1933).
I am looking for information reguarding the parents of Elisabeth Maurer. She is also known as Elisabetha Mauer. She was born 1804 in Bern Switzerland. I have read that she was born 16 Dec 1804 Breitwyl, Bern, Swiitzerland. I have also heard she born in Worb, Bern. She Married Johannes Lehmann about 1825. Children are Christian, Rudolf, Johannes, Elisabeth, Christoph, Anna, Friedrich, and Rosina. She is my great, great grandmother.
I am looking for my aunt who left for Zimbabwe in the early 70s. she was born Margaret Gabaraane and the she got married anchanged her surname to Koloi. i understand that in Zim she went by the name Dolly Ngwenya. she left behind a daughter, her mother, 3 brothers and a sister. her mother and siblings have all passed away.
Searching for gggrandfather born in Virginia, lived in Enfield, Illinois in 1854. His son George Ephriam Washington Wood was born in 1854 and was buried in Enfield Illinois in 1932. George E W was married to Margaret McLain in 1877 and they had 4 children. Have heard that gggrandparent may have lived in Missouri at some point. I have no names but am curious if all the names of G E W offer a clue. Appreciate any help.
Researching my fathers line ( BEAN ) particularly looking for a Valentine Bean brn. 1873 in kent UK but sailed for Canada in 1910, I have the ships records but can find no furter trace of this man or his possible family , can anyone help?
received a message that the middle name for Jane Armstrong Collins had been found in the 1940 Census. After reviewing the actual census what was transcribed as a J is acturall this-(X). Meaning that she is the one who gave the census taker the information for that household.