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Very nice site.

My Carroll ancestors came to the US from Belfast in the 1880s. My 3rd GGF, Richard Carroll, weighmaster of grains in Belfast, was married to Martha Hobson (1794-1869). Most of the sons had Hobson as a middle name, and my 2nd GGF was Benjamin HOBSON Carroll - a church musician and composer (so, got that "Benjamin thing" going as well). Martha Hobson was, according to family lore, born a Quaker, but converted to Methodism as a girl. Her parents were, I believe, John Hobson and Mary Edwards. I know virtually nothing else about them. Best wishes. Elizabeth


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My great grandfather was Jonah Steen Baer, b. 11 Oct 1858 in Hespeler Ontario, son of John Baer and Margaret Steen. Margaret was the daughter of John Steen and Catharine Bretz who you have listed on your website. Thank you for the information on these families. Very well presented.

For more information on my family tree, you can visit: www.mychesneyroots.com


Added: September 1, 2014



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Just found this website. I am so excited. We recently visited Scotland. I am very interested in sharing the information that I have. I am even more interested to learn more about my family history. My grandfather was Jarvis Neilson. He was killed in WW1. After o0ur visit to Scotland, we visited the memorial site at Arras, France. It was very moving to find his name on the memorial. Does this strike a cord with anyone?

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I knew Dave back in the 1990's, not well, but I did. He was an interesting guy and when I heard the passed away, almost 10 years ago now, I was shocked.

I'm sorry for your loss as I am sure the feelings have not gone away.


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Ashley - I protest! I am not nearly that old. I did visit your father, Ian. While hitchhiking across Canada in a kilt. But it was in the summer of 1968 and Ian was living in a very swish apartment in Calgary. I then went on to stay with your cousin, Danice Macleod, in Banff and your grandfather, * * *, in Victoria. Cheers, Fergus.

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https://www.facebook.com/groups/50248014064/

The link for my Halliday Clan page one Facebook.


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Good evening. My name is Jane Halliday. My Halliday's from Kircudbright. I have a Facebook page called Halliday Clan. You are very welcome to join we have over 380 Halliday members from all over the world. I shared this site on the page and there has been great interest. Even a connection. So please come and join us and share some information. Elaine has also completed a Halliday census demographic map that may be of interest to you. There is also quite a few Canadian Halliday's with connection to Kirkcudbright and Dumfries.
Kind regards
Jane Halliday
Halliday Clan admin.


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I have just come across your website. I am a George born in St Teath in 1950. My father,Edward John George, was a miller and corn merchant who was born to a miller , also Edward, at Knights Mill St Teath. I notice a mention of Hambly George by one of your contributors, (I cannot find the reference on the site) he was my great grandfather. I know one of his sons Bert emigrated to Alberta.
It's good to know there are lots of Georges out there. :)


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