Fred Remus III
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Fred Remus III

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Fred J. Remus III
Born 1950s.
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Fred Remus III is a Military Veteran.
Served in the United States Army 1973-1976 attaining Sergeant (E-5)
Served at Fort Polk, LA, Fort Riley, KS, Karlsruhe, Germany.

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  • Fred Remus, first-hand knowledge - Seriously! I see this guy in the mirror every time I shave.  :-)


The lion's share of the data on the Remus branch of the tree is gratefully acknowledged as the wonderful work of Emeritus Prof. William Remus, Univ. of Hawaii.

The Genealogy of the Remus Family of West Prussia. William Remus.

Thank you, Bill!


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Hi Fred,

Thanks for your interest in PGM. Unfortunately, it appears that Joshua Rawlins was born in Massachusetts Bay, so he does not come under the auspices of the Puritan Great Migration Project. We cover only the folks who emigrated to New England from other countries, between 1621-1640.

Jen

posted by Jen (Stevens) Hutton
Elizabeth macON was the daughter of Gideon Macon and martha Woodward - they found a long lost will where she is named by her mother and her mothers second husband Nathaniel west -
posted by Julie Kasnick
Hi Fred. Looks like we are 7th cousins once removed. Happy to do a cleanup on profile of Jacob Overman b 1652 if it is OK with the PMs.
posted by T Stanton
I've got 7th cousins (NOT once removed). We connect through the Bundy line, which I hadn't traced. Bundy was the birth name of the mother of my 3rd g-grandfather, Calvin Edgerton (1827-1917).
posted by Fred Remus III
Happy to meet you cousin Fred! Thank you for all of the research youÂ’ve done. Keep up the good work.

Cousin Martie

Thanks, Fred. Fortunately the Quakers were really good about keeping records (and putting them up online for the rest of us!). So I was able to find a lot of good information.
posted by Christina Jobe
Cheney-3 is VP Dick Cheney's father. Since Dick is living, that is why I gave Cheney-3 as the starting point to check the lineage. Cheney-3 as his father can be verified on Wikipedia or numerous places online that give his biography and name his parents.
posted by Deborah (Carder) Mayes
What you've done has been a tremendous help! I am currently working my way through "the offenders" contributions log fixing what I can. He seems to have done similar handy work every step of the way. ;8-O
posted by Phillip Rich
Thank You Fred, I was not looking forward to that Mathis clean-up! Coming along nicely, you do good work!
posted by Phillip Rich
My apology Fred I had the wrong Harrison.
posted by George Churchill
I just adopted Levi Newton Merrick's profile and was going to address your comment to move the alternative name to Other Names, but it looks like someone already did that. Just wanted to let you know.

-Bob

posted by Bob Wahl
Fred, changing Mary Bouth's birthplace to America means she is not John Duvall's mother.

John Duvall was born in France and immigrated separately from his father.

I have no factual data here. Other researchers named her as John's mother. My point is, if you are absolutely sure she was born here, then remove her as John's mother.

posted by Landy (Beery) Gobes

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