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Tag Archives: Davis
The First Name Tacy. 34+ Women named Tacy in my Family Tree! 52 Ancestors, Week 24: Popular Name.
This week’s 52 Ancestors writing theme is “Popular Name”. This could include ancestors that have a name that was popular or trendy at the time, or a name that keeps getting used in your family tree. I decided to write … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Famous Kin, Genealogy, Religious Tagged 52 Ancestors, Allen, Amy Adams, Babcock, Baptist, Barber, Billy Gilman, Burdick, Cash Warren, Christian, Clark, Cole, Congregational Church, Connecticut, Cooper, Crandall, Crumb, Davis, England, faith, family history, Family Names, Family Tree, Genealogy, Hall, Harry Chapin, History, Hubbard, Jeffrey, John Batterson Stetson, Kennedy, Kenyon, Larkin, Lewis, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Massachusetts, Maxson, New Jersey, Palmer, Price, Puritians, Rhode Island, Saretzki, Schullin, Scriven, Seventh-Day Baptist, Stillman, Tace, Tacie, Tacy, Tasy, Virginia, Washington County Rhode Island, West Virginia, Williams, Yeomans 4 Comments
52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks. Week 7: Landed. February Theme: Branching Out. My Contentious and Quarrelsome Mayflower Pilgrim Ancestor Edward Doty.
When I received the writing prompt for this week, Landed, I considered taking it in several various directions, I do have some British ancestors that were considered Landed Gentry, as well as owners of large amounts of land in early … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Famous Kin, Genealogy Tagged 52 Ancestors, Barrett, Bill Weld, British American Colonies, British Colonies, Calvin Coolidge, Christian, Clarke, Colonial America, Davis, Dick Van Dyke, Doty, Doughty, Dueling, Edward Doty, Edward Leister, Eliphalet Remington, England, Fahey, Fahy, faith, Family Tree, Fay, Fisher, Genealogy, Gooden, Harmon, Jordana Brewster, Lamb, Lavinia Warren, London, Massachusetts, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Mayflower, Mayflower Pilgrim, McGuire, Orsen Bean, Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, Raquel Welch, Schermerhorn, Snow, Stephen Hopkins, Tuesday Weld, United Kingdom, Warren Buffett, William Bradford 4 Comments
My Davis, Maxson, Crandall, Burdick, and related lines, in Wales, England, and Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Jersey.
William Davis, My Welsh immigrant of 1684. The progenitor of many Davis families in New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia was the ever-controversial Rev. William Davis of Glamorganshire [Glamorgan], Wales [research has shown that his father was William Davies of … Continue reading
Posted in Famous Kin, Genealogy Tagged ancestors, Ancestry, Baptist, Brisley, Burdick, Clarke, Cocke, Cooper, Crandall, Davies, Davis, Ellis, England, family, family history, family stories, Family Tree, Genealogy, Hubbard, Kennedy, Keridge, Kerrich, Kerridge, Maxson, Murray, New Jersey, Ohio, Oxford, Pennsylvania, Quakers, research, Rhode Island, Seventh-Day Baptist, Tacy, Turner, Wales, Westerly, Yeomans 3 Comments
My Kennedy, Graham, and Murray Ancestors from Ballintoy, Antrim, Northern Ireland
The furthest I can take my Kennedy family line back is to my 6th great-grandparents John Kennedy and Anne Graham. John Kennedy (I) was born about 1700 in Antrim, Northern Ireland. Anne Graham was born about 1702 in Antrim, Northern … Continue reading
Posted in Genealogy Tagged American Revolution, Antrim, Ayr, Ballintoy, Ballintoy Harbor, Ballycastle, Baptist, Burkhart, Bushmills, Butler County Pennsylvania, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Cary, Davis, Galloway, Game of Thrones, Giant's Causeway, Graham, HBO, Ireland, Irish, Irish Sea, Isle of Pyke, Kennedy, Knocksaughey Hill, LarryBane, Lordsport, Mateer, Maxville Perry County Ohio, Meteer, Mifflin County Pennsylvania, Miltia, Murray, Muskingum County, New Lexington Ohio, Northern Ireland, Old Bushmills Distillery, Outlaws, Palmer, Pennsylvania, Pike Township Perry County, Price, Protestant, Reivers, Scotland, Scots-Irish, Spatz, Spotts, Swartzlander, The Causeway Coast, The Outer Hebrides, White Park Bay, Williams, Wright, York County Pennsylvania 4 Comments