Family Tree of Jack Raymond RedmanUpdated March 8, 2002
|I am researching my family: Redman, Six, Clagett, Wince, Burke, Marriott, Newcomer and the rest.|
My father, Jack Redman was an ordinary American. This is an ordinary American family. This tree is a small part of the 38,000 names we know. Not all the information on its more remote members has been documented; some of it is almost certainly inaccurate.
All its many founders were immigrants. One came on one of the Mayflower's companion ships. Some members were almost surely slave owners; some fought and died to save the Union; one was awarded the Iron Cross for his service in the German Army during World War I, immigrated to the U.S. and supported his new country during World War II; some came from France by way of Canada; some came from Italy in the great migration of the early 20th Century; World War II created a branch in Japan, Jack Redman was one of the liberators of Auschwitz.
I am convinced that this family contains members of all the world's races, from nearly all the world's nations.
Corrections and additions will be appreciated. I look forward to extending and sharing my family's history.
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- The Lineage of Jack Raymond Redman (61523 KB)
The known ancestors of Jack R. Redman. Spans 1200s to 2000s. Names include: DeBrent, Brent, Calvert, Claggett, Redman, Six, Wince, Graves, Greve, Arter, Nethers, and others.
- March 18, 1950, Jack & Loretta's Wedding Day (23 KB)
He was 24, she was 18. On his way to Alaska from Ohio, he stopped in Sacramento to earn a bit of money so he could go on. They met and he never went to Alaska.
- Jack at eighteen, in the Army (16 KB)
Jack out for some fun with his buddies.
- Louisa Wince, mother of 14, about 1935. (54 KB)
She pronounced her name "Loo-eye-za". She was married to Mr. John Burr Clagget and was the mother of fourteen known children. We know little more about her. She may have been born in Zanesville, Ohio on December 26, 1840.
- Lydia Six Redman with her children. About 1949 (111 KB)
Patricia, Wallace ("Wally"), Lydia, Joan ("Jo-ann"), Jack and down in front, Doris Jane ("Dotie")