I am trying to find out all I can about John/Johann Ferrenburg. It seems that when he moved to the U.S. he started going by John, but originally his name was Johann. I don't have very much information about him. All I know for (almost) certain is that he was in Soldiers Delight Hundred in 1810 (according to their census). Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!Read more >
Yes today was a GREAT day with out a doubt. Helped someone find their family and I dont know who was more excited about it, them or me. LOL But I always get excited when I can track down stuff for others. The last 5 days researching paid off!! But thats why were here!
Hope all of you have a GREAT weekend!!!Read more >
If you or someone you know or have contact with is researching the VOTAW surname feel free to send them my way. Have quite a bit collected on the line and adding more daily. Am hoping to have a site up by next summer for the VOTAW surname.Read more >
If anyone is near Lee County Iowa I would love to hear from you. No vol listed for that County. If anyone reads this and can help or knows someone that can here is the info.
I am looking for a death record, obit or head stone for
Iva Lucille Barney nee King born 26 June 1908 in Cedar, Lee County Iowa died btw 1949 - 1952 prob Fort Madison Lee Co Iowa
she was the daughter of Horace M King and Mary Julia Hampton
married 7 Oct 1924 Lee Co Iowa to Wesley A Barney (prob Wesley Allen Barney JR)
Iva is last found in the CIty Directory at 113 (or 1113) Ave H Fort Madison Lee County Iowa in 1949
In 1952 her husband is alone same location
In 1953 he is married to a Alice M nee unknown at the same location. Have not found a marriage rec for them
Her …Read more >
My watchlist sends me an e-mail every time there's an edit to a page I have edited. It's very pleasing to see that more and more people are joining in. Congratulations to Margie and the other active helpers! -- Robin Patterson (Talk) 00:17, March 4, 2013 (UTC)Read more >
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!? My turkey was not stuffed but I certainly am!? After baking the turkey, making homemade parsley dressing, mashed potatoes, and turkey gravy as well as green beans (not fresh but from a can) with fresh apple pie and ice cream or custard for desssert (whatever your heart desires) I am truly stuffed.? What I ate today is what I normal eat in three-day time frame!? LOL
Now it is time to knuckle down and really put the finishing touches on the shopping for Christmas...nope no Black Friday here!? Does not make sense to run out and get bumped and bustled to save a few pennies...nope not gonna happen!? :)
Lainee/Jaeljo (talk) 21:21, November 22, 2012 (UTC)Read more >
I have to say that on Windows XP the layout looks much prettier than it does on Windows 7...or maybe it is the way I have things set up on my computer. I also have a 27-inch television that doubles as my monitor so that could also be why...any ideas?
If I figure out why...then I will post the results!
Lainee/Jaeljo (talk) 14:44, November 21, 2012 (UTC)Read more >
I am Lainee but unfortunately Lainee as a user name was taken on here so I had to go with Jaeljo which is composite of my first, middle, and last names. I guess I did not create an account under Lainee as when I tried to have the password sent to me, it did not come to me so I apologize now to whoever is using Lainee! :)Read more >
Well, I think I might be getting the hang of this Wikia thing...I think. Every time I turn around I make a mistake but I also think I have figured out how to fix it also. LOLRead more >
Have hit a brick wall on Dill family. Can only get back to Leonard Dill born in 1758 in Northampton Pennsylvania and died in 1830 in Gettysburg. Who were his parents???? Help!Read more >
Just had another wonder WESCOTT FAMILY gathering with CHAPTER 5 VT. WESCOTT FAMILIES It seems to get smaller each yearso this is why we are "searching for family; passed or alive". this will be a great way for all of us communicate. hope you will join me.Read more >
I've been wandering since 1993. I've traveled through many generations. Some of their surnames are; Chandler, Jensen, Lempke, Hanks, Philpott, Mathis, Miller, Rikard, Snow, Brown, Emmons, Mingle, Booth, Hart, Freed, Wymer, and Stout. The majority of my ancestors settled in Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maine, Massachusetts.Read more >
I recently worked on the family of my son-in-law. It had been a while since working on a family I knew little about and more interestingly, either did he. The term 'getting blood from a stone' was what it was like. Going backwards and forwards requesting little pieces of information here and there and although he is excited seeing where he originated, there is such a long way to go. He believes the family is from Ireland and so far I only have links to the U.K.
The research will continue and I may even ask for assistance from the expert volunteers located in the U.K. One thing for sure it is refreshing working on something and asking the old grey matter 'how do I do this and find that'.
BrettRead more >
The 1940 census opened today, reveiling info on our ancestors who were living through the Depression years. As the 1940 census was taken, WWII had already begun in Europe with the invasion of Poland. Thus, our ancestors might well have wondered if and/or when the USA would get drawn into the war.
This concludes my "test blog."Read more >