Jess Wallace

Jess Wallace

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Jess T. Wallace
Born 1930s.
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Seeking information on ancestry of Ira Gale Crawford, b. 11 Jun 1811, Putnam Co. NY. Died 5 Nov 1886 in Hampton, Rock Island Co., Illinois
Margaret Deakins father William was a captain of a merchant ship that was lost at sea after 1821. His ancestry also appears to be lost as I cannot find info on his parents. Margaret was born 9 May 1808 in Alexandria, VA
Roger McGuire, d. about 1812 in Pennsylvania; was the father of James Clark McGuire, b. 6 Jan 1812, in Westmoreland Co., PA. Roger married Nancy Clark, date unknown.
Frances McLane (McLain, McLayne) was born in Oswegatchie, NY on 18 Nov 1819. Her parents were reportedly Patrick McLane and Ann Tilley. Need info on the parents.
Charles Myers (1810-1881), was the son of Godfrey Myers and Augusta Campbell who were married at Williamstown, Glengarry Co., Upper Canada on 21 January 1799. They were United Empire Loyalists. Need information on the parents.
John Neville, a Revolutionary War general, was born on 26 July 1731 at Abingdon Parish, Gloucester Co., Virginia. He was the son of Joseph and Ann (Bohannon, or Buchanen) Neville. Need information on his ancestry.
Edy Newbury, son of John and Zurviah Burch, was born 16 August 1710 and served in the Revolutionary War. He was supposedly a descendant of Tryal Newbury, b. 1649 in Weymouth, Norfolk, Co., Mass. Need info on the connection.
Searching for the ancestors of Franz Peter Rink, born 3 Aug 1813 in Jockgrim, Germany, who came to America from Germany in 1850. He died between Sept. 1854 and April 1856, probably in Missouri.
Margaretha Schultz, born in Ottersheim, Germany in 1845; married Anton Rink in Illinois in 1865. She died 22 Oct 1922 in Jacksonville, Morgan Co., Illinois. Would like information on her ancestry, including when she immigrated to the US.
Col. Charles Simms was mayor of Alexandria, VA in 1812 and close confidant of George Washington. He died 30 August 1819 in Alexandria, VA. Need information on his parents.
Dr. Robert Taylor came from Lancashire, England to Poughkeepsie, NY in 1819. He was the son of Dr. John Taylor of Lancashire and Helen Smith. Seeking information on his parents and their ancestry.
Tryntje Van Buskirk m. William Douglass on 21 Dec 1759 in New Jersey (?). Need information on the ancestry of both Tryntje Van Buskirk and William Douglass.
John Wallace m. Anna Graham in 1791 in Ulster Co., NY. He was the son of William Wallace who died in 1832 in Scotchtown, Orange Co., NY. William and his wife, Marrion Wilson, came to NY from Scotland. Need any information on either couple and their children.

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On 7 Aug 2017 at 13:29 GMT Donna Freeman wrote:

Thanks for the email! I look forward to exploring wikitree.

Have a great day, Donna

On 2 Aug 2017 at 18:50 GMT Don Nash wrote:

Hi Thanks for the message, i am going to take it slowing as i have been on Geni for a while.

thanks for your interest



On 28 Jul 2017 at 13:05 GMT Joan Pfleger wrote:

I don't understand this.

Please delete me. Thanks

On 7 Jun 2017 at 12:24 GMT Maree Robertson wrote:

Thanks for the welcome email Jess, I will need to spend some time getting to know the site - bit overwhelming at the moment especially with limited time. I will get there!

Cheers Maree

On 5 Jun 2017 at 13:18 GMT Chris Carlson Senior wrote:

Thanks Jess for helping me get started! I see you have a Scottish surname (one of my primary interest areas). I don't have Wallace in my tree, but my wife does. Perhaps we can collaborate someday about Scottish clans!

On 2 Jun 2017 at 12:26 GMT Aaron Gullison wrote:

just so you know, having the 1776 template on your profile is causing an error (847), since you were not born within the timespan covered by that project.

On 9 May 2017 at 11:42 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:

The feed is all yours, Jess. Pretty quiet. Volunteer feed is caught up too.


On 3 May 2017 at 10:34 GMT Stanislav Počaji wrote:

Thank you, Jess for your question

My family tree origins in Hungaria, where they used the surname Pocsai After moving my father to Slovakia, they wrote this surname Počai in case my father and my older brother and Počaji in my case and my younger brother.. It was kind of "mistype" in my birthday certificat So this is , how and why i follow more shapes of the surname of my ancestors..

On 1 May 2017 at 16:19 GMT Norma (Yuille) Maloney wrote:

Thank you Jess, This site is very complicated, I am waiting to be confirmed so that I can add my relations, the ones that I know.

On 25 Apr 2017 at 23:22 GMT Jessica (Palmer) Patterson wrote:

Thank you, Jess! I have recently taken on updating our family history. Records have not been kept up since the late 1970's. But of course, it's easy to get caught up in chasing the past families and stories left behind. :) That being said, I am extremely new to all of this and it has left me a little overwhelmed. As far as my ties to the Wallace name; it is the oldest family name recorded in the information that I was given. When handed this info, I was boastfully told that we are related to Sir William Wallace, although I am having problems identifying that due to lack of records. So, to me, it is currently my family "myth". Ha! Thank you for the welcome, sir. :)

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