- My Price Ancestors, an Impenetrable, Impervious Brick Wall Line. 52 Ancestors, Week 21: Brick Wall
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- Walpurgisnacht (Saint Walpurgis Night), Saint Walpurga, My Ancestors Named Walpurgis from Tauber Franconia (Germany)
- My Ancestor, Royal Servant Edmund Moody Saved the Life of Henry VIII and Changed History! 52 Ancestors, Week 16 – Should Be a Movie.
- 52 Ancestors, Week 15: Solitude. Quaker Ancestors. Quakers and the Invention of Solitary Confinement.
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My Great-grandfather Abraham G. Kennedy, Well Respected and Lauded School Teacher and Principal. 52 Ancestors, Week 4: Education
The above information is from the book The History of Perry and Fairfield Counties, Ohio; Their past and present by A. A. Graham and Ephraim S. Colborn and published in 1883. Directly below the biographical sketch for Abraham G. Kennedy … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy Tagged 52 Ancestors, Athens County Ohio, Cleveland, Columbus Ohio, Coopersmith, Cuyahoga County, Dayton, Fairfield County Ohio, family history, Family Tree, Franklin County Ohio, Genealogy, Ireland, Kennedy, Montgomery County Ohio, Music Dealer, New Jersey, Northern Ireland, Ohio, Palmer, Pennsylvania, Perry County Ohio, Piano, Price, School, School Principal, Schoolteacher, Vinton County Ohio Leave a comment
52 Ancestors, Week 31: Help. How Chief Tuccamirgan of the Delaware Tribe Helped My Ancestor Johann Philip Kaes (John Philip Case).
This week’s writing prompt word is help. I decided to write the story of how Chief Tuccamirgan of the Delaware Tribe helped and befriended my ancestor Johann Philip Kaes (John Philip Case). First a little biographical information about him: Johann … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy Tagged 52 Ancestors, Anhausen, blue brother, Capner, Case, Delaware Tribe, Dvoor, faith, family history, Family Tree, Flemington, Genealogy, German, Germany, HCHS, Hunterdon County, Hunterdon County Historical Society, Jung, Kaes, Mine Brook, Neuwied, New Jersey, Rückeroth, Remer, Rhineland-Palatinate, Ruckerroth, St. Magdalen di Pazzi Roman Catholic Church, the pipe of peace, Tuccaminjah Creek, Tuccamirgan, Tuccamirgan's Pipe, Union Hotel 1 Comment
William G. Lyons, My 2nd Great Granduncle. 52 Ancestors, Week 27: Extended Family.
This week’s writing prompt for 52 Ancestors is Extended Family. We often focus on those people from whom we descend. But what about their siblings, aunts, uncles, and cousins? They played a role in our ancestors’ lives, just like those … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy Tagged 52 Ancestors, Addis, Armstrong, Barton, Bucks County Pennsylvania, California, Chainman Mine, Cooper, Cowger's Ranch, Dutch, Ely, English, Family Tree, Genealogy, German, Gold, Gold Rush, Hamilton County Ohio, Jewett Adams, Kansas, Lukens, Lyons, Lyons County Nevada, McGill, Miami County Ohio, Mineral City, Mining, Monitor Mine, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Placer County California, Silver, Stinsman, Virginia City Nevada, Ward Nevada, White Pine 3 Comments
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
My Greatsinger (Gretzinger) and Bonnett ancestors of Berlin, Germany
My Greatsinger (Gretzinger) and Bonnett ancestors are through my great x3 Grandmother Hannah Elizabeth Kritsinger/Greatsinger (she married David Prindle, Sr.). Her grandfather was Johann Christian Gretzinger (Greatsinger), he was the son of Johann Jacob Gretzinger and Loisa (Louisa) Antoneta Bonnett, … Continue reading
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My Ancestor Johann Philip Kaes (John Philip Case) of Anhausen, Germany, and New Jersey, and his Interesting Relationship with Chief Tuccamirgan of the Delaware Tribe.
Johann Philip Kaes was born about 1679 in Anhausen, Neuwied, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, the son of Hans Henrich Kaes and Anna Veronica ____. He is found near Rückeroth at Anhausen in church records. Anhausen is 5 miles northeast of Neuwied. He … Continue reading
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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