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Admin reply: Hi, Patti! Nice to hear from you again. I'll email you directly and we can discuss the best way to fix this. cheers, Kirsty :!thinking:


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Admin reply: Hi, Robert — Thanks for letting me know. I'll contact you directly soon. cheers, your cousin, Kirsty ;)


Added: April 25, 2016
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Hi again, Kirsty,

Did I ever get you some photos of Leo and Carrol White, Vesta Parker & Ira White's children? I hope so!

I was with my dad this morning, Don Kennedy, from Vesta's second marriage. He said that I looked like Vesta's sister, Lena! Interesting!

Hope you are well. This is such interesting work.

Liz

Admin reply: Hi, Liz —

You sent me one photo that will be posted the next time I do a website update (which I hope is going to be very soon!), but I'd love to have some more. It's nice to hear from you again. I'll contact you by direct email later today.

cheers,
Kirsty
:D


Added: April 11, 2016
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I have reason to believe that my grandfather is a brother to James G. Scott, father of Bruce Henderson Scott. James and his four sons all enlisted in the war. At least the three oldest were killed in action. My information says the youngest was missing.

My grandfather was Douglas Ewart Scott, son of David Scott and Margaret (Arthur) Scott.

Jean

Admin reply: Hi, Jean —

It's nice to hear from you. I'm not sure I can help much, since I connect on the "other" side of the tree from you, but I'll contact you directly very soon. Thanks for visiting my website!

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:)


Added: April 7, 2016
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Admin reply: Hi, Margaret —

I'm so sorry, but I'm not able to help you in this matter. I am not in touch with any of the living descendants in that particular branch.

Thank you for visiting my website, though.

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:)


Added: April 3, 2016
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I'm very glad I happened upon your webpage! I am from the Teague branch and it's pretty amazing to see the tree go all the way back to 1735
I would be happy to update you on the branch since 1941, as it stops there when Vernell Teague married Conrad Dyer

Thank you for all of your hard work on this!!

Paul

Admin reply: Hi, Paul —

So nice to hear from you. I'm guessing we're probably 6th or 7th cousins, although I can't say for sure until I know exactly how you fit into the family tree. And you're local, too!

I would definitely like to take you up on your offer to get updated details on your branch of the family. I will contact you by direct email within a few days.

Thanks for visiting my website!

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:)


Added: April 2, 2016
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Kirsty, does the death certificate for Catherine Caruthers (Roney) in 1894 confirm that she is the daughter of James Roney and Catherine Balmer? Or could she be Catherine, baptised 28/01/1833 in Mokton, the daughter of James' brother Arthur Roney and Ann McMurran? She's listed as niece on the 1851 census. My branch is the McMurrans, so I haven't investigate the Roneys in so much detail.

best wishes David Douglas

Admin reply: Hi, David —

Yes, the death certificate confirms that Catherine's parents were James Roney and Catherine Balmer (no guesswork involved)! Although considering she was nearly the same age as her cousin Catherine (daughter of Arthur Roney and Ann McMurran), I can understand why you wondered.

Thanks for visiting my website!

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:)


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Hi Kirsty
We've corresponded before through Genes Reunited but I haven't visited your site before. I see you've still no evidence that my ancestor (Robert Haining) and yours are related, which is a shame. I'm not sure how we could ever do that. But I'm very impressed with your website!
Best wishes
Colin :)

Admin reply: Hi, Colin!

It's nice to hear from you again. :o

As you know, it's extremely challenging trying to connect families when the records just aren't there. I've spent a lot of time tracing descendants, checking out the middle names for clues to see if they related to ancestor surnames, and I've just had no luck with my Haining branches. (I have successfully managed to identify a few other branches that way, however.)

I don't understand why we can't find ANYONE else from your Haining family, either. :!mad: I know that Mary died in 1858, but I can't find her in the censuses before that. And even though there's a higher mortality rate, it seems a bit incredible to think that the entire family could be wiped out before 1841 (except for your Janet and the single Mary).

On my side, I have a real scarcity of information as well. But I'll keep plugging away at it. I continue to connect non-related Haining family lines and that helps, too, if not immediately.

Thanks for visiting my website!

cheers,
Kirsty
:!cool:


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Admin reply: Hi, Robin! I'll send you a direct email to answer your query as soon as I finish this reply. Thanks for visiting my website!

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:D


Added: March 26, 2016
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Hi, found your entries on the Absolom family from Tasmania. I am presently researching this family for my brother in law, who is an Absolom.
His family starts with William and Eliza Murray married 1839 in Hobart.
He now lives in SA with his family, but all of his relatives have stayed in Tasmania. Any help you can give will be appreciated.
Thanks
Dianne :p

Admin reply: Hi, Dianne —

My Absolom connections don't go back as far as your brother-in-law's ancestry, but I'll send you what little I have. Expect to hear from me by direct email very soon!

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
;)


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