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red mail Thomas and Hannah Collinson (nee Codling) from UK Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Found that Thomas and Hannah Collinson from Thornholme, East Yorkshire, UK, emigrated in 1830 with their two sons, Charles (b.1826) and Simeon (b.1828) accompanied by Thomas' younger brother, Simeon Collinson (b.1806 Thornholme). They first settled in Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne, Pennsylvania until Hannah's death there in 1839. Thomas then remarried the same year in Luzerne County to Louisa Ursula Mathias and the family moved to Lynn Township, Knox County, Illinois. Interested to hear from anyone connected with these Collinson descendants, and have details of their parents and other siblings in the UK.
green mail Smith nee Fowler Shavertown, Pennsylvania
In the 1980's there used to be a family of Smiths in Shavertown .Their grandmother Mary-Jane , maiden name Fowler came from England in 1925 .Are there any of this Smith family still in this area ? If there are please get in touch , need more information for my family tree.
green mail Fowler Smith Dallas, Pennsylvania
Does anyone reading this have a John (Jack) Richard Fowler born1892 in North Yorkshire England on their family tree ? My great uncle Jack with wife Elizabeth and daughter Mary-Jane and son John(Jack) left England in 1925 for Dallas area P/A . I'm looking for any information on this family . It's possible Mary-Jane married a Mr Smith .Can you help? Thank you , Patricia .
red mail Phillip Laffey & Jennie Burke Plymouth, Pennsylvania
Phillip Joseph Laffey (b. Renvyle, Co. Galway, Ireland, 1873) was a boarder in the house of John M. & Mary A. Burke in Plymouth in 1900, and married the daughter of the house, Jennie Burke, in 1901. They had 5 children that I know of (Mary Anna, Ellen, Martha Virginia, Phillip, and Jack) and came to Detroit before 1920. I'd be interested to get more info about Laffeys and Burkes in Plymouth from about 1880 to about 1900.
green mail Milo Ford (Moses) Lloyd Luzerne, Pennsylvania
Is Milo Lloyd is in your family tree? According to the ‘Ancestral File’ listed on IGI “Milo Ford (Moses) Lloyd was born in Apr 1840 in , , , Whales. He was buried in Jul 1918 in Trucksville, Cedar Crest Cem, Pennsylvania, Luzerne County. He died on 10 Jul 1918 in , , Pennsylvania, Luzerne. Slept on his hands and knees! Knew the bible from front to back. Was able to read music (played violin) and must have been literate to read music.” also a reference to his wife Elizabeth “Possibly a lady in waiting to the Queen of England - was fired for marrying a Whelsch commoner”. He had seven children born between 1871 - 1895 Allegedly his wife was Elizabeth Bottoms born 1853 to Thomas and Mary in Co. Durham, UK (they were my 3x Great Grandparents). (Apologies to any Welsh nationals but that is the spelling I was given..!!) Judith
green mail Pennsylvania, Pittston mining West Pittston, Pennsylvania
Hello, researching Alexander Martin emigrated from Scotland after 1867and died Pittston 1871. He was a lead miner - was his death result of an accident or just illness? He was in his late 60s when he left Scotland.
green mail THOMAS PHILLIPS Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Interested in THOMAS PHILLIPS, b.1858 in Pembroke, Wales, who emigrated to USA some time after 1881. He went with his wife's two brothers. Not sure of their christian names but their surname was JONES. The three men were miners. We think they ended up in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. However at some point soon after they arrived THOMAS PHILLIPS died - perhaps in an accident. Would like information on his burial if possible.

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