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red mail JAMES Family
"Does anyone remember anything about the Richard Payne James Family from Butler and Pittsburgh ?". They were Cornish immigrants who took a jump across the pond in 1903. They are my distant Cousins. According to records they lived in Ward 25 in Pittsburgh in 1940s. Rich James Snr had a hardware store and was Married to Elizabeth Ellen James with Rich Jnr , Marcella , Gladys , Holland , Philip , Eliz and Anne . Thank you. wendy
red mail The James Family
Looking for my distant Cousin Walter Kenneth James born 1934 . Walt lived in Pennsylvania location . I am in the UK and researching my Family Tree on the James's who originated from Newlyn in Cornwall UK. Walter's Father used to drive the School Bus and one of his Brother's worked at the Steel Mill in Penn. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Richard Payne James Snr.
Any Ancestors of Richard James out there?. Richard was my 3x Great Uncle. He was born in Paul Cornwall UK in 1857 . He married Elizabeth Ellen Hichens in 1886 in Cornwall. Richard and his family emigrated to Pennsylvania from Uk in 1900. It would be good to hear from anyone connected. Thanks.
green mail James Wilson and Margaret Harper
Hi, I have a super huge brick wall. James Wilson, originally from Scotland, either went to USA then to Nova Scotia or vice versa,maybe as a child (parents unknown) or adult around 1700,s to 1812. He married a Margaret Harper somewhere along the line and had a son (my gt,gt Grandpa) Alexander John Wilson b/bapt.abt 1812-1813 Halifax, Nova Scotia. No one can find any birth record for Alexander anywhere. All I know is that Alexander turned up in Scotland, ?when, and married Jane Taylor 11th Oct.1843 Inverurie,Aberdeenshire. On Alexander's DC (d.1886 Glasgow)his parents are stated as James Wilson, Dock Builder,Master and Margaret Harper. I don't know where to turn to try and find info on parents as there is absolutely nothing in Scotland or Canada.None of them are on any ship lists. They are not on the Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada by Donald Whyte. Does anyone in USA have these Wilson's in their ancestry? Thank you.
red mail Kinney family
McKinney emigrated to New England about 1620 from Donegal (at that time included in Ulster) Originally Scottish and on one of James 1st of England's Plantations. Looking for his first name, possibly Gilbert or Kilcollm. Originally fishermen - children born Cape Cod. Nathanial Kinney born 6/3/1684, died after 1720. Nothing to do with Kenny family which is English/Southern Irish. Anyone any ideas? Elizabeth.Kinney
red mail James Bernard CONNOLLY
Trying to make the jump across the pond! My paternal grandfather James Bernard [Francis Xavier?] Connolly was born 1896 in South Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He married my grandmother Marion Isobel White born 1901 and worked as a gilder at the Waltham Watch Company before heading off to WWI. Later, he became a lawyer who practiced in Boston. I seek information on my great grandparents born in the Irish Free State. I have no names or birth dates. Thanks for your help.
red mail CASTLE GIBSON COLBURN WILDER
Interested in any information on the above families who lived in Leominster, Massachusetts. Especially interested in John William Castle, born 1852 in London, who emigrated to Leominster about 1874, married Elizabeth Roxanna Wilder in 1875. His sister Emily Jane Castle married Frederick Clinton Colburn in 1877 at Leominster, and another sister Sophia Catherine Castle was married to Henry Gibson in England in 1873, emigrating to Leominster soon after the marriage; Sidney Castle Gibson, the vaudeville actor, born 1880 was their son.
green mail Brady
Looking for Diedre A Brady (nee' Channing) last known address - Douglas, MA 01516. Daughter of Walter Channing - both born in the UK. Diedre would be about 70 years old. Any info. would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Eliphas Perry - c1768 to 1847 in Dudley, Massacusetts
I would like to hear from any descendants of Eliphas Perry and Diadama or Deanna Bacon, who lived in Dudley, MA. They had at least seven children, one of whom being Richard Perry. Richard was born in Dudley in 1805. He married Bathsheba Gould in 1827. At this point he disappears from records. Bathsheba married Otis Wood in 1834. He is one my wife's ancestors. If anyone can tell me what became of Richard, please contact me.
red mail FINDLAY's FROM SCOTLAND/AUSTRALIA TO AMERICA
I am principally looking for a Mary Ann Smith Findlay (my Great Aunt)who was born in Forfar, Scotland on 31 August, 1859, (parents Alexander Finday & Mary Ann (nee Milne). We have been unable to find out what happened to her - maybe she immigrated like her younger brother Alexander Hamburg Findlay well known in Golf Circles in the U.S.A. My Great Grandfather, James Alexander Findlay, left Melbourne, Australia, in 1900 to join his brother Alexander H. Findlay. James lived in Boston. Mass. and worked for Wright & Ditson's the Golf Dept. of A.G. Spalding. Two other brothers David H.M. Findlay, and Frederick A.McP. Findlay also went to America and were well known in Golf Circles there. David a Golf Pro. and Fred, after leaving (The Metropolitan Golf Club in Melbourne) where he was the Pro. went on to design Golf Courses like his brother Alexander H. Findlay. I would be pleased to receive any information on the whereabouts of Mary Ann Smith Findlay (married name unkown) in U.S.A. or Canada. Thank you.


 
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