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Kirk Hess

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Kirk M. Hess
Born 1970s.
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ggf emigrated from Bohemia, his ancestors are hard to find!

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On 9 Jul 2017 at 02:59 GMT Dorothy Barry wrote:

Hi Kirk

I'd like to invite you to join in the "Weekend Chat" on G2G Today!

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On 19 Feb 2017 at 02:20 GMT Bob Johnson wrote:

The Ayscough Family seemed to have fallen on tough times after 1660. My Ayscough relatives were poor agricultural labourers 100 years later.

On 29 Jan 2017 at 22:36 GMT Sunny (Trimbee) Clark wrote:

Send me your email and I will add you to Elizabeth Sydenham's profile as a manager. Keep up the good work!

On 27 Jan 2017 at 20:46 GMT Andrew Lancaster wrote:

No rush to change anything as we are still working things out but the first webpage covers 5 generations only and got very big, so logically this one should cover maybe only 3? I am thinking further study of individual lines might need individual family pages. RJ already made one in a way, for the royals.

On 27 Jan 2017 at 12:30 GMT Andrew Lancaster wrote:

Hi Krik, on the Touchet table, not sure if we should try to put in very recent people yet (could explode); but also would these Touchets not descend from the other branch in the Edmund Beaufort table?

On 26 Jan 2017 at 11:23 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:

Hi Kirk !

Re - the Pfalz-Simmern family. I asked a G2G about what the correct LNAB should be. John Atkinson recommends Wittelsbach, which makes sense, and as this did not generate much interest, I'm going with Wittelsbach as a surname for new profiles of the branch. I've accepted your proposed merge between and Thanks for your help and input!

On 24 Jan 2017 at 19:56 GMT Monica Edmunds wrote:

Thanks for your quick reply. I don't have a sub to the bio. I wonder where that information comes from and who the "distant relative" might have been. I see that, as well as Le Neve's knights (he died in 1729, so would have been living at the same time as Edward Digby Gerrard Hungerford who died 1748) he is also shown as son of Edward and Jane Digby in Canon Jackson's book on Farleigh [1]. His middle names are very suggestive also. I haven't come across another Gerrard Digby connection with the Hungerfords. Considering that and that he was a contemporary of Neve, who was writing about 1702, I would recommend adding him but with caveats pointing out the 2 counter indications. Maybe wills, ipms, etc. will make the matter clearer and it can be firmed up later.

On 24 Jan 2017 at 16:44 GMT Monica Edmunds wrote:

Hi Kirk,

I want to fill in the line from Mary Hungerford Elers (Hungerford-882) to her grandfather Sir Edward Hungerford (Hungerford-826), but this would necessitate adding Jane Digby as her grandmother, mother of Edward Digby Gerrard Hungerford (see Harleian Soc. Le Neve's Knights p. 34) [1]. lmk if you are ok with this or would rather link them up yourself. best, Monica

On 21 Jan 2017 at 09:53 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:

Hi Kirk!

I was working on the family of "Liselotte", the Palatine princess who became duchess of Orleans ( Her LNAB being Wittelsbach, I could not find her father Karl I Ludwig, so I created a profile: By going up the tree (it was impossible that his mother the Winter Queen had no profile) I found that I had actually created a duplicate. They must now be merged. What do you think we should do: Keep the name Wittelsbach (like his daughter)? Or change it to Pfalz-Simmern and then merge? I suppose we both agree that has an incorrect LNAB and should be merged away. Thanks in advance for your input! -- Isabelle

On 20 Jan 2017 at 20:03 GMT Sunny (Trimbee) Clark wrote:

Sorry I was slow on the uptake... didn't see message... you're added.

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