|Here are some of the family names I am working on :|
Pierce, Clara b. 1866in Michigan
Redmond, John b. 1817 - 1818 PA or Ireland
Albert,Caroline,Joseph,Alonzo and Samuel
Redmond, James b.April 08, 1842 in Canada,
wife Spraling,Rebecca b. March 18, 1844 in Canada
Redmond, William F. b.July 12, 1871 in Canada
wifeJackson,Mary C. b. October 13, 1873 in Canada
Redmond, Frank G. b.9/28/1867 in Seaforth, Canada
wife Pierce,Clara b.February 14, 1866 Near Port Huron, St Clair Co., MI.
Redmond, Gladys b. 1898 in Indiana
Redmond, James Russell b. August 11, 1891 in Michigan
wife Jean M. Ervin b. August 20, 1885 in CA.
Redmond, Myrtle Ireneb. May 10, 1895 in IL.
Jones, Sidneyb.January 26, 1922 in CA.
Jones, Peggy Jean b. in CA.
Jones, Gloria Jeanb.March 12, 1924 in CA.
Harrison, Igram b.December 25, 1832 in Kirburn, Yorshire, England
Branton, William b. 1812 natives to Hartland, Devonshire, England
Braun, Elizabeth b. 1836
Peeler, William M. b. 1852 in IL., wife Davis, Etta
Walker, George Benjamin b. July 05, 1828
Davis, Etta b. 1869 in IL.
Parker, Charles G. b. 1830-1845
Dwojacki, Jacobus b. 1841
Benigar(Binegar), Andrew Jackson b. 1829
Kleinman, Jacob b.1853 in Germany or France wife Bardens,Caroline
McAlexander,Mary Estey b. 1844
Balachowski,William Valentine b. 1885
Rzepecki, John b. 1871
Whitetower, Irene b. 1900-1919
Gearman, Christ b.1836
Sparling, Rebeccab. March 18,1844in Canada
Mohl,Franklin Benjamin b.1858-1862 in Pennsylivana
I have alot family information on the Walker side too.
I have Harrison of Canada Too. I will be adding more information later. Email me if any of this sounds like it might be part of your family tree.
I well be adding more later
- The Dvojack family (19 KB)
This was taken in ILL. They were the family that first came to the USA. Francisca & JacobusDwojacki are in the front. Here is when they came to the USA.Date of Arrival: Jun. 05, 1885Final Destination: USAShip's Name: WeserManifest ID Number: 38203Port of Embarkation: Bremen
- Ingram Harrison (14 KB)
Ingram Harrison is from Yorshire, England. He was in Canada for a time and then settled in Michigan. I found him on the 1870 census in Lake, Huron Co., MI.. I have been told that he died in Huron Co.,MI. He married Elizabeth Edwards.ngram Harrison, farmer and stockman, resident on section 24, in Lake Township, was born Dec 25th, 1832 in Yorkshire, Eng.His father John Harrison was also born in England and in 1857 transferred his family and business to Middlesex Co. Ont. His mother Mary (Wilson)Harrison was a native of England and died in her native country when she was 45 years oldMr Harrison was the fourth of seven children born to his parents.He obtained a faireducation by his own efforts, and when he was twelve years of age, he began to earn his own livelihood by farm labor.When he was 22 years of age, he came to this country and settled in Livingston Co. N.Y,A year later he went toMiddlesex Co. Ont. where he was a laborer until his marriage in that county June 29, 1859, when he became the husband of Elizabeth EdwardsThe following children have been born to them. Mary-(Mrs. JosephWilliams)Henry, Eliza,Alice, Robert, Edward, John, Ann ,James, Frances and William.The latter died in infancy.After his marriage Mr. Harrison was a farmer in the counties of Middlesex and Lambton in Ontario, where he remained nine years.In the fall of 1869 he came to Huron Co. and purchased 240 acres of land on section 24 and 25. Lake Township.The entire tract was in the original wild state.The farm now includes 90 acres of cleared and cultivated land, two acres of which is a well assortedorchard ad the place is fitted with suitable and necessary farm buildings.Mr. Harrison is a Republican and has discharged the duties of sevice local offices in the township.He owns and operates a flouring mill at Pinnebog.