Kate Warrington is my Grandmother, Her parents were Benjamin and Catherine. She was born Wariington, it is not a married name. Her children were Avery, Myrltl(Helen) Hilda, Holten, Terrance, Leona and Cleo(the youngest and my mother). the most well known of the children is Terrance "tiger" Warrington he was a professional boxer and you can find numerous postings of information on google re is boxing recored. I hope this helps.
Look at hre Main Family web site, Alanson is there. And look at the Ancestry.com forum for Jonathan Roberts. Alanson may be the brother of Jonathan Roberts. There are several children all connected as being born in New York and moving to Meadville, Crawford County Pennsylvania. All us cousins need to connect up all these loose ends and break down the "Brick Wall" of who is the fathar of Jonathan, Alanson and any of the other siblings.
does anyone know anything about a GEORGE GRAHAM WHO MARRIED ELIZABETH MAIN AND HAD SONS WILLIAM, GEORGE, DAVID, AND DAUGHTERS SARAH AND MARAGRET.Ithink they moved from Scotland to Northern Ireland, and then down to KILDARE around 1915. thank you NIALL GRAHAM.
I am Joan Bricknell Born De Vos and adopted Borraz Andres - I have been looking for information on my mothers family Dorothy Hope Doubell. My grandfather was Joaseph Doubell - Grandmother Ann Elizabeth Doubell - Their children were (
1. Joan Doubell (nick name Toetsie) (De Villiers) - George (I think) Doubell nickname was Baby - Edward Doubell - Tommy Doubell - Joseph(Joey) Doubell died very young in a mining accident - Dorothy Hope Doubell - I have not been able to connect my grandparents and their children and dont have any relatives that are alive to be able to get any information from them - I hope someone can help
I am looking for information on August and Henryka Chryzanowski. They were living in Kenmore, Summit County, Ohio in 1920. They had a son name Frank Vincent Chryzanowski (went by the new spelling of Chanowski). They were born in Poland. I have bits and pieces of family info but struggling to put a frame around them. Any information would be greatly appreciated.