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:) Thank you for your work and information!

Added: June 16, 2017
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You have Charles E. (Edwin) Schneider listed on your web with an approximate DOB and location. He was my father and was born on February 11, 1930 near St Paul KS. I don't think his birth was registered at the time.

I'm the child listed as "living".

I'm not sure if there is other info that I could provide that would be helpful. If so, please let me know.

Admin reply: Hi, Patricia! Thanks for contacting me. We are somewhat distant cousins, but related nonetheless. I will contact you directly sometime in July (before then things are a bit too hectic with a recent move, among other things...).

cheers,
Kirsty
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Added: June 12, 2017
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Admin reply: Hi, Amy -- What you write is very interesting. I hope to contact you directly within a couple of weeks. A recent move has left me very little time for my favorite hobby, but once July arrives things should calm down a bit.

I'll write soon... ish!

Thanks,
Kirsty
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Added: June 10, 2017
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Kristy, what a marvelous job you have done creating this tree. You have Marjory Crawford 1902 on the Boyd branch. Marjorie ( her spelling) was my
mother. She was born on 15 Dec 1902 , arrived in New York on 24 Dec 1923
and married that day to Andrew Miller Whyte. Andrew had left Scotland in 1921 to try working in the USA. He was born on 19 March 1900 in Edinburgh,served in the RAF in WWI. Marjorie became a US citizen 1 May 1934. Marjorie and Andrew had two sons, Andrew and Malcolm (me) both still living. Marjorie
died on 19 Dec 1989.
Best regards,
Malcolm
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Admin reply: Hi, Malcolm -- How very nice to hear from you! We are distant cousins. I'd love to correspond more, but it may be several weeks before I have the opportunity -- a recent move that isn't fully finished has got all my free time completely tied up. I won't forget you, though! I'll write to your direct email as soon as I can.

cheers,
Kirsty
:o


Added: May 29, 2017
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Kristi,
Hope you are doing well. I was wondering about Wm. Peadody who married Eliz. Alden. You have the Joshua Bailey Richmond book titled "The Richmond Family," as a source. Do you know how they are related to the Richmond family. I am related to the Richmond's through Isaac Brock Winegarden 1812-1881 who married Elizabeth 'Betsey' Richmond 1819-1885. I have already proved my Mayflower descendant from John Howland and Thomas Rogers. So now I am wondering if I am also a Mayflower descendant from Wm. Peabody and Eliz. Alden.
Thanks and have a great Friday!

Admin reply: Hi, Patti --

It's very nice to hear from you again. Joshua Bailey Richmond is a descendant of William Peabody and Elizabeth Alden in a maternal line (a granddaughter married a Richmond descendant). Neither you nor I descend from that same lineage, so we don't trace back to the Peabodys and Aldens that way. Of course, as you know, we both do trace back to Thomas Rogers, since one of the earliest Richmonds in America did marry the granddaughter of Thomas Rogers.

I'll try to send you a direct email very soon. It's been hectic last few weeks... very little time for my favorite hobby.

cheers,
Kirsty
:D


Added: April 28, 2017
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I have found this fascinating. Helen Hanning Stewart (Aunt Helen) first of all married my great uncle Anthony Thomson Gowan. Anthony had an elder sister Euphemia (Effie), a younger brother Alastair and a further brother Ian Gowan. Ian was killed at the Battle Of Arras on 9th April 1917. I have just returned from the commemorative events there and also visited Vimy Ridge.

Admin reply: Hi, Alastair --

Thanks for stopping by my website. If your great-uncle Anthony Gowan and Helen Stewart had any children together, then we would share some relatives in common. Perhaps we can share information.

I will contact you by direct email later this weekend.

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:)


Added: April 15, 2017
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Wow, this stuff is amazing. I searched my grandfather David Boyd Haining (1901-1975) and you have traced the line back to 1730. I knew my grandfather was a postman and his father was a shoemaker.SO...How are WE related?

Admin reply: Hi, Jackie!

I'm so pleased to hear from you. We are 4th cousins -- which basically means that you go up 4 generations from your grandfather to get to our common ancestors. That's relatively close, genealogically speaking.

I'll send you a direct email soon. I'm eager to compare notes.

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:D


Added: March 28, 2017
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I was fascinated to see my grandparents Henry Marshall Crawford
And elizabeth hart on your site . Henry Marshall Crawford born 1901 was my father, their son. ?
Elizabeth hart lockey.

Admin reply: Hi, Elizabeth!

How very nice to hear from you. We are related through your grandmother's maternal line, the Vincents -- we are third cousins twice removed (to be exact). I'll send you a direct email shortly and we can get better acquainted.

Thanks for stopping by my website!

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:D


Added: March 14, 2017
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Admin reply: Thanks again! Kirsty :o


Added: March 13, 2017
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Re Robert Haining Hunter and Marion Denholm

Their marriage was recorded on 12 June 1857 at Brownlie, Carluke (information from Marriage Registration held at National Records of Scotland)

They had two children in addition to those you have listed:
Jane Hunter born about 1877 and James Hunter born about 1880 (both children are with their parents and most of their siblings in the 1881 census in Cambusnethan, Lanarkshire, Scotland and both are listed as born in Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland)

Admin reply: Hi, Robert --

Thanks for the additional details on Robert Haining Hunter and Marion Denholm. The question about the marriage date was because a usually reliable source made a transcription error and gave the wrong date for the marriage. It's a widely used source, so the incorrect date will show up again and again in trees all over the place. Since the last time I updated my website, I've obtained a copy of the marriage certificate (and also verified that it wasn't one of those extremely rare cases where there were two SR marriage entries). But I hadn't seen the 1881 census, so it's nice to know about the additional children. Are you related?

I should warn you that the connection further up the tree is still theoretical. At the time I tied the families together, I thought I had good reason to do so -- but I'm no longer sure they should be connected. So take Janet Haining's paternal grandparents with a very large grain of salt!

Thanks for visiting my website!

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
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Added: March 9, 2017
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