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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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Tag Archives: Virginia
52 Ancestors, Week 15: Solitude. Quaker Ancestors. Quakers and the Invention of Solitary Confinement.
I have quite a few Quaker ancestors that lived in several American Colonial states including Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina. Quakers were no stranger to punishment, torture, confinement, spending time in jails and prisons, and even being hung on … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy, Religious Tagged 52 Ancestors, Anglicans, Calvinist, Colonial America, Elizabeth Fry, faith, family history, Family Tree, Genealogy, John Howard, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Prison Reform, Puritians, Quakers, Restorative Justice, Society of Friends, Solitary, Solitary Confinement, Virginia Leave a comment
My German Doman Ancestors in Ohio, and Related Davison/Davidson Lines.
Pictured above is my great-grandmother Anna Cora Prindle Cole. She was the daughter of Daniel Prindle and Sarah Jane “Jennie” Doman. Daniel Prindle was the son of David M. Prindle, Sr. and Hannah Elizabeth Kritsinger/Greatsinger. I have written prior about … Continue reading
Posted in Genealogy Tagged Abbott, Ancestry, Beard, Bingham, Chamberlain, Cole, Connecticut, Crantzdorf, Davidon, Davison, DNA, Doman, Dutch, family history, Family Tree, Genealogy, German, German American, Germany, Goumond, Grabill, Grable, Grandstaff, Graybill, Greatsinger, Grindstaff, Hocking County, Hudson, Jackson County Ohio, Kranzdorf, Kritsinger, Norwegian, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Dutch, Pennsyvania, Perry, Pickaway County, Prothere, Ray, Stoneburner, Swan Township Vinton County, Tatman, Vinton County, Virginia, Walnut Township, Wayne Township Pickaway County, West Virginia, Wetzel Leave a comment
The Ancestry of my 4th great-grandfather Peleg Rogers. Too many men named Peleg and Shadrach Rogers/Rodgers!
Peleg is Biblical name, evidentially quite a popular name in the 1700’s and 1800’s in the United States! It is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible as one of the two sons of Eber, an ancestor of the Ishmaelites and the Israelites, according to the “Table of … Continue reading
Posted in Famous Kin, Genealogy Tagged 1 Chronicles, Abednego, Annesley, Beto O'Rourke, Book of Daniel, Cagle, Cartwright, CeCe Moore, Cissy Houston, Colonial Maryland, Colonial VIrginia, Danielle Panabaker, Dionne Warwick, England, Even Rachel Wood, family history, Family Tree, Famous COusins, Famous Kin, Fargeson, Fargisson, Ferguson, Genealogy, Genesis, Hastings, Henrico County, Illinois, Ingram, Isham, Jewill, Kay Panabaker, Maryland, Meshach, MIssissippi, North Carolina, Nottinghamshire, Ohio, Orchard, Peleg, Rappahannock, Rawson, Rodgers, Rogers, Scotland, Shadrach, SMith, South Carolina, Stafford, Steve Mongo McMichael, Stubbleson, Tanya Tucker, Tennessee, United Kingdom, Vanderpool, Virginia, Warriner, Whitney Houston, Worcestershire, Yancey Leave a comment
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 McGuire/Maguire Ancestors from Fermanagh, No. Ireland and McElliogott Parish – near Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland. In Virginia, Kentucky, and Indiana in USA.
The furthest I can take my McGuire ancestors back is to James McGuire born about 1620 in Fermanagh, Ulster, Northern Ireland and died about 1682 in McElligott Parish (near Tralee), Kerry, Ireland and Cecelia McNamara Reagh born about 1623 in … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Genealogy Tagged ancestors, Ancestry, Barnes, Barrett, Battle of Blue Licks, blog, Blue Licks Battlefield, Catholic, County Kerry, Daniel Boone, DNA, Doty, Doughty, family history, Family Tree, Fermanagh, Genealogist, Genealogy, Gooden, Goodin, Goodwin, History, Indiana, Ireland, Irish, Kentucky, Lamb, Maguire, Maxey, Mayflower Pilgrim, McElligott, McGuire, McNamara, Northern Ireland, O'Brien, Primitive Baptist, Quakers, Reagh, research, Tralee, Ulster, Urquhart, Virginia, Watts, Writing 5 Comments
My Quaker Lamb and Moore Ancestors in Virginia and North Carolina. Later Doty/Doughty Primitive Baptists in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois.
The furthest I can take my Lamb ancestry back with certainty is to my Quaker 8th great-grandparents Henry Lamb and Elizabeth Henely. Henry Lamb was born 1697 in Virginia and died 10 Feb 1761 in Rowan County, North Carolina. His … Continue reading
Posted in Genealogy Tagged Barnes, Chambers, Cold Mountain, Cumberland County Illinois, Doty, Doughty, Edgefield South Carolina, Edwards County Illinois, Featherstone, Gooden, Greensboro County North Carolina, Henly, I'm Going Home, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Jasper County Illinois, Kentucky, Lamb, Manwaring, Mayflower Pilgrim, McGuire, Missouri, Moore, Nansemond County, New Guildford North Carolina, North Carolina, Perquimans North Carolina, Primitive Baptist, Quaker, Randolph County North Carolina, Religious Society of Friends, Rogers, Rowan County North Carolina, Sacred Harp, Shape-Note, Singing, South Carolina, Spartanburg South Carolina, Stafford, Virginia 6 Comments
Urquhart – Some of my Scottish Ancestors. And Related English Watts and Goodwin/Gooden Lines
Aye, I have Scottish Urquhart ancestors❣️
My Watts, Gooden/Goodwin, and Urquhart lines.
Posted in Genealogy Tagged Ancestry, Australia, Barrett, Canada, Conisbrough, Crawford County Illinois, DNA, Doncaster, Doty, Doughty, England, Family Tree, Genealogy, Gooden, Goodin, Goodwin, Rogers, Scotland, South Yorkshire, Urquhart, USA, Virginia, Watts 4 Comments