Barbara (Breece) Roesch

Barbara (Breece) Roesch

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Barbara J. Roesch formerly Breece aka Levan
Born 1940s.
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Ancestors of Early Carolinas Counties of Duplin; et al. Direct line married Breece
My father's line which was well done by my great grandparents extending back to the 1700s. I learned much more since the hard part had been done!
I was fortunate to travel across the 11 southeastern states and stop at numerous cemeteries taking photos in 2000. Most are on findagrave. I had some amazing occurrences during the trip! I brake for cemeteries :)
A third generation maternal line.
My first attempt a genealogical research aided by a mentor of 50 years experience. #1 in the bucket list!
One ancestor KIA, CSA; several served and Injured.
My great grandfather's line has become my biggest project. His wife is HOUGH.
John Hough of Wilmslow, Cheshire, England has been followed for over half a century by various thorough researchers, as mentioned above. More recently, after the decease of these experts, Billy Huff has continued to follow their research and that of Stanley Hough of England who was also a colleague. Billy is adding more English data to our lineage. The research is thorough with historical and family images carried down in their profiles.
I learned about my HOUGH lienage from Bucks Co., PA in 1993 and was helped along by mentors who had researched for over 30 years and taught me more about research. Since then have learned about the Society of Friends and found them to be an exemplary group of people whose aims were the foundation for America.
Paternal Grandmother's line from Florida mid 1850s.
A fourth generation maternal line.
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Hi Barbara,

You reached out last year but I wasn't in a position to do much ancestry research, that all changed in February this year!! I am not getting very far trying to research my ancestors and was just wondering if I can upload my DNA results somewhere so I can see what relations I have? My DNA results are from Thanks in advance. Lesley

posted by Lesley Mills

I changed it. Would you like to be on the Trusted list for Abel and his family? If so, scroll down on the right side to find "Request to be on Trusted List" and I will accept your request. So glad to meet someone from this line. Barb

Thank you Barbara for the changes you made for Abel Hough---Hough-2240, it seems as though the day of his birth has to be wrong. It is written as the 32nd day of the month.

Not know int the correct date, I can not correct it.

Marsha Baker

posted by Marsha (Cramer) Baker
Hi Barbara,

I noticed that you were currently following the CEMETERIES tag, but were not yet a member of the Cemeteries Global Cemeteries Project.If you are interested in more details about the project, or are just ready to sign up, please head on over to our G2G Welcome Post for more information.

I look forward to seeing you around the tree!

Steve ~Global Cemeteries Project Leader

posted by Steve Harris
Hi Barbara! Thanks for the request to be added to the trusted list for Abel Hough, it has been done!

Have fun!!!! Marsha Baker CRAMER-6

posted by Marsha (Cramer) Baker
Barbara, you are very welcome it was my pleasure. And a wonderful 2020 to you as well
posted by Nicole Duchesne
Hello Barbara and Happy Holidays, I have tried to add a source photo of census for "Mina Caroline Pake" and I have been reading help but am not getting it correct. The census shows as a photo and the source shows as .1 and I have to click edit to read the source. I thought I was using correct brackets and such and was trying to get the source and photo of source all together. My fathers family also came over with William Penn and were members of the Circle of Friends. regards Dale Worrall
posted by Dale Worrall
Hi Barbara, thanks for asking me how I'm going here and sorry for the late reply. I've only had time to get back to this now.

I'm not sure how I should source my parents who are still living? Should I source their birth certificates or is "personal recollection" enough for now?

posted by Mark Duval
Hi Barbara, thanks for your message, you never know we might be related through the McManus name. Cheers.
posted by Michael McManus
Hello Barbara, Thank you for your welcome. I have been amazed to see how much information and help is available on these pages.

Thanks, pearl

posted by Pearl (Fuller) Halabut
Thank you Barbara for reaching out to me. I am doing great on getting all of my family info in. Time consuming every once in awhile. Yes I have been able to look up any questions that I have had so far. Hope you have a great day.
Hi Barbara - Thank you for your comments concerning my Great Great Grandfather McManus-2967. There certainly does seem to be a similarity to your South Carolina McManues! We lost track of Mary McManus's father - Francis Joseph after he emigrated to the states. I'd love to find out what happened to him!
Hi Barbara, Thanks for reaching out to me as a new member. I haven't had much time to add to my family history yet, but I've been able to add a few family members with no issues so far. I look forward to finding the time to add to this great resource.
posted by Christine Dostou
Dear Barbara, thank you for enquiring how I am doing with the sight. I'm 75. I don't have a computer, I am trying to do this on my android phone. I don't understand alot of computer terminology. The very first thing is how to put a source for the person I added. I would never be able to do all that. I don't want to mess things up but I'd love to be able to help and see my own tree grow. My husband is 81 and his health is not very good. I have time at night to do this. Genealogy is wonder for me. My parents were both only children. Both sets of my grandparents had died before I was born. So I was born with no grandparents, aunts, uncles or first cousins. No pictures of family, no family bibles, and no one to ask questions to. So sorry I've used my maximum words. Thank you Kathy.
posted by Kathy (Kinney) Farley
Thank you Barbara I do have a couple of questions. If I want to link a family member to an existing profile but can't get a hold of the owner of that profile how do I link them? Also I want to get in touch with another Wikitree member to ask them a question but how do I search for them?

Kind regards


posted by William Duncan
Barbara what info do you have of Jacob Huff marrying Elizabeth Deas in Goose Creek S.C..

The Deas brothers owned land in Goose Creek/Wassamassaw S.C. late 1700s. Jacob & Sam Huff lived near Deas Swamp, Wassamassaw.


posted by Barry Huff
Dear Barbara Roesh,

Thank you very much for the nice check-up! I am getting used to the website, and all the people here so far have been very helpful and nice. I don't have any questions at the moment. I am doing my best to get more family archives, and add more information to each page I make.

Thanks again!

posted by Ben Greear
Hi Barbara, thanks for the message on my profile. Getting used to the site and i find it really helpful. Now im trying to revise all my sources to link or cite correctly, and also getting a lot of hints from other members. It seems i will be around here for a long time ;)

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