Frank Gill
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Frank Gill

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Signed 17 Dec 2012 | 5724 contributions | 1055 thank-yous
Frank P. Gill
Born 1940s.
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Hello Frank,

Many thanks for the search on my ancestor Timothy Desmond! I'm not surprised to read that he was in the liquor biz! (I'm drinking a gin&tonic right now in his honor) Your help was much appreciated!!


a big thank-you frank,,you have done so much for me and its much appreciated.WOW,,finding this update on who thomas/hopwood...married,,is absolutely fantastic,,i am so chuffed,,,big hug from me,,regards hfox.
posted by h Fox
Want to thank you for your help.
posted by Esther (Gorath) Arnold
Thank you for the records you searched w regards to Fred Perry

There may be some promise, I’ll have to look through them

posted by Anonymous Johnston
Thank you for your email, it was very good of you. As per my plea for help I have seen the Baptism record before, but I think I am having trouble taking the information on faith; without further corroboration from documentation like a birth record / certificate or something that shows Morgan was with his parents or parent after the baptism, but there appears to be none to be had.

Do other amateur genealogists have the same problem I wonder? Oh to be able to go back in time and have a conversation with him. Thanks again sincerely appreciated.

posted by Rhona Morgans
Frank Thanks so much for your recent assistance and information sent regarding Michael Romano. You have really helped me through this's so appreciated and Heartwarming!
posted by Judi Gee
Frank Gill is a wonderful Wikitree-er. While the proof is yet to be found in the pudding, he has, by the goodness of his soul and his intellect, given me a fresh new filed in which to seek my ancestors from a very long time ago. Rock on, sir. I thank you.
posted by Bernard Hunt
Thanks for making the great connection to Samuel Hinckley! What a fascinating family.


posted by Michael McGuigan
Thank you for your help on George Abbott Hall. I appreciate the assist.
posted by Karen (Guy) Browne
Hi Frank, I appreciate you trying to find the Unknown Butcher and unknown spouse. Unfortunately the ones you came up with are a different family entirely. Please try again when you have time to spare.

Thank you!

posted by Paul Kerbow
Thanks for the info on Daniel Huff.
posted by Rob (Unknown) Mueller
Many thanks for your email Frank. It was very helpful and interesting.
posted by Gill (Frinsdorf) Cox
Thank you very much for your answer Frank. He was indeed the person I was looking for. You have been very helpful in my ancestor search. Herb Fish
posted by Herb Fish
Thank you so much for your quick response. That promptness helps me to go back to that person and look at the additional information.
posted by Adrienne St John
Thanks so much for the answer. His ancestry has been my brick wall for 40 years.
posted by William Justice
Thank you, sir. I do appreciate it, truly
posted by Debra (Harris) Taylor
You went out of your way to help and I appreciate your kindness and time. I do have that info on Leonard Taylor’s death certificate.

Many thanks, Debra

posted by Debra (Harris) Taylor
I am glad to know we are cousins, 10th is really not very far away. As WikiTree grows, I imagine we will find closer ancestors. Best wishes for the holidays. Kristina
Thank you for quickly sending the information I needed. Greatly appreciated.
Thanks for your quick response for Frederick Olson, Frederick emigrate with his two sons Elmitt Henry and Edward to New Zealand, about 1855 arriving in Wellington aboard the “New Era” and in February 1856 he registered an ‘Intention to Marry‘ Mrs Eleanor Wallace, which I'm having trouble finding sources about her before she arrived in New Zealand. I will keep searching as one day I will find something somewhere.

Elsie Hagley/Olson

posted by Elsie (Olson) Hagley
Frank ,Thank you for all your help.

Sheila Clarke

posted by Sheila Gammel
Thank you for your QUICK response on Wilson Harrison Williams.
posted by Jim Strange Jr.

Thank you for the information on my Great Great Grandparents. While I've been able to trace back relatives on all the other branches of my family I had hit a dead end with Grover Cleveland Weathers, his wife Mary and their kids. I don't have a ton of time to research since I own my own business but every now and then I try to dig a little.


posted by Sharon Weathers
Hey Frank,

thanks cuz for the info on John Franklin Washburn IV. That would make him my 9th ggpa. Is all the info in Wikitree now? Bob Webb

posted by Robert Webb
Much thanks for the information you shared on the De Freytas family.
posted by Krista (Auyer) Cayea
Hi Frank,

Re: - "Thexton" Your message is gratefully received, but having difficulty finding your paragraph on my WikiTree page. Thank you, Gary Thexton

posted by Gary Thexton
Thank you, Gill-1291 for your help
posted by Daniel Garcia
Thanks Frank for your input on James A. Wicks.
posted by Ron Wicks
Thanks Frank for your help! I appreciate it immensely!
posted by James Little
Hello My name is Frances Davis My Fsther was Charles Inness Ellen his mother was Martha Catherine Ruth Emmerson from Waimate NZ His Fsther was Robert Henry Ellen I eould live to find out about my Grandparents
posted by Frances Davis
Hi Frank - I've opened the profile for Raymond Deitz if you want to add information.
posted by Carroll Woods
Thanks, Frank!


posted by Mags Gaulden
Thanks Frank of the info on Allen. I'm trying to see who his parents are. His ggg Grandson (I believe that's correct), James P. Seay married Anna Maxey, a cousin of mine (her grandmother was my Grandpa Brannon's sister). Also, my gg Grandmother was Judith Seay Brannon. I'm trying to see if She and Allen's lineage connect.
posted by Cal Brannon MA
Frank I loved the email!!!:) You made my day:)
posted by [Living Ogle]
Thx 4 look-up!:)
posted by [Living Ogle]
Thanks, Frank. I will keep the links for future reference. I hope to find some marriage records for [Acker-563|Catherine] to either prove or disprove what is already out there.
posted by L Sauls
thank you for the links, i have them bookmarked am looking forward to researching them a little more once i can navigate here a little better :)
posted by Sue Dawson
Thank you for your info about women's rights. I'm having trouble with my Emails and have only just found it.
posted by C. Mackinnon
Richard Talbot is my 23 and your great great father we're cousins
posted by Daniel Cox II

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