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The Wallace Family Tree

Updated September 26, 2001

About Our Family Research


This genealogy spans the Wallace, Graham, Hardin, and Beemer families. Current research focuses on the Milne, Wells, Dodds, and McGuiness families in addition.

The Wallace family addressed here originates in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania in the early 19th century. The family migrated to Allen and Putnam Counties, Ohio in the 1840's. Three generations are buried in the Rockport Methodist Church cemetery, Rockport, Ohio. Shortly after the start of the 20th Century, Roy Wallace left Ohio for Alabama in his early teens. He later met and married a Scottish immigrant named Anna Milne in Birmingham, Alabama. Descendents of Roy and Anna currently reside in Alabama, Virginia, and California.

The Graham family in this genealogy is thought to have originated in Scotland where, among several family groups, they left the Isle of Lewis, Hebrides Islands just before the Revolutionary War. They settled in Butler County, Pennsylvania. Some are buried in the White Oak Springs Church cemetery, Butler County, PA. In the early years of the 20th Century George Graham left Cleveland, where his family resided at the time, for Birmingham, Alabama. There he met a young Eva Irene Hardin whom he later married. Descendents of George and Irene currently reside in Alabama, North Carolina, Virgina, and California.

 
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  • Wallace Family Tree (314 KB)
    Tree spans surnames Wallace, Graham, Hardin, Beemer, Bishop, Carter, Critchlow, Garvey, Johnson, Lippincott, McGinnis, Nichols, Pope, Poyer, Roe, Taylor, Wells, and Williams, among others.
 
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