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  1. aus-wa-gen-resources A mailing list for the discussion of the genealogical resources available in Western Australia and relevant resources held in other states of Australia and the United Kingdom
  2. shabino Antoine Charbonneau came from Quebec. He married Marie Robillard and they move to the United States. They had several children. Charbonneau's did not write english. Census takers and other Persons filling out forms for them had to sound out the name.
  3. aljackso This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Jackson Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Jackson County was established on December 13, 1819. It was settled chiefly by yeomen farmers, many of Scots-Irish descent. The county seat is Scottsboro. It was named for Andrew Jackson, general in the United States Army and afterward President of the United States of America.
  4. alaudc Welcome to this private e-mail list. If you have any questions please e-mail me directly at da4udc@gmail.com.
  5. ww1-uk For research into all facets of World War One concentrating on but not exclusive to the UK Please respect other subscribers and treat them as you would wish to be treated yourself Please reply to the list unless it refers to private data, this benefits all and all posts are archived To post to the list please use the address ww1-uk@rootsweb.com If you have any questions on this or any other list please email WW1-UK-owner@rootsweb.com and I will try my best to help
  6. young-usa The purpose of the YOUNG-USA Mailing List is to band together those who research the YOUNG surname with emphasis on the United States of America, so that we can share experiences, examine sources, give advice, make suggestions that others may find the information they are seeking. This is a discussion area for anyone who has an interest in the United States of America genealogy and YOUNG surname history including migration patterns, immigration, historical sketches, census data, wills, family Bibles, vital records, web sites, etc. Experienced genealogists as well as 'newbies' are encouraged to contribute to and participate in this list.
  7. polandbordersurnames A mailing list of surnames for anyone researching genealogy in the former historical borders of Poland including Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Moravia, Austria, Hungary, Russia, the Balkans, West Prussia and East Prussia. Submissions should include surnames in all caps and include any possible locations and dates known by you.
  8. fenians A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the fenians surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  9. howells-southern The url has been changed as a result of Rootsweb closing down the mailing lists. Please use this new address for any future messages to the list.
  10. anderson-uk A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the anderson-uk surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  11. howell-non-usa The url has been changed as a result of Rootsweb closing down the mailing lists. Please use this new address for any future messages to the list.
  12. irish-american A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the irish-american surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  13. smith-dna Smith DNA Project for ALL Smiths, Schmidts, Smythes,Smyths,Smithey, Smithhart and Smitts and any variation from every geographical location. We warmly welcome you to join our huge, one name study, project (also known as Smith DNA Project), with over 3475 total members and over 285 groups that match, comprised of all Smiths from all territories in the world. We keep one big tree and other research info at Smithsworldwide.org We welcome any Smith, Smyth, Smythe, Schmidt, Smiths, Smithey, Smithhart, Smithson, Smitt, Smidt or any other variation of the Smith surname for the Smith DNA Study. The project covers all of the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, South America, Asia and all points in between. Smith DNA Matched Groupings http://www.smithsworldwide.org/smgrouplist.asp Participating listed lines on Smithsworldwide http://www.smithsworldwide.org/smembers.asp We're on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/513953752143088/ We are primarily a YDNA project for
  14. iabuenav This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Buena Vista Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Buena Vista County was formed on January 15, 1851, from open land. It was named in memory of the Battle of Buena Vista in the Mexican-American War ending in 1848; the victorious United States annexed considerable territory as a result. Its county seat is Storm Lake.
  15. almacon This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Macon Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Macon County was established by European Americans on December 18, 1832, from land ceded by the Creek, following the US Congress' passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830. The Creek were removed to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi River. Its county seat is Tuskegee. Its name is in honor of Nathaniel Macon, a member of the United States Senate from North Carolina.
  16. almadiso This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Madison Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Madison County was established on December 13, 1808 by the governor of the Mississippi Territory. It is recognized as the "birthplace" of Alabama, which was founded there on December 14, 1819. Its county seat is Huntsville. The county is named in honor of James Madison, fourth President of the United States of America and the first President to visit the state of Alabama. Madison County covers parts of the former Decatur County.
  17. brethren The term “Brethren” as used here alludes to all persons and places that now, or in the past, have any type of connection to the church groups that descend from the movement started by the Alexander Mack group during 1708 at Schwarzenau, Germany. Among others, names associated with this group include Tunker; Dunkard; German Baptist; Church of the Brethren; Dunkard Brethren; Grace Brethren; Old Brethren; and Old German Baptist Brethren. This list does NOT include information and discussion of the United Brethren or Brethren in Christ groups. Questions and answers regarding past customs and practices among the numerous Brethren groups are welcome.
  18. alwashin This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Washington Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Washington County was organized on June 4, 1800 from the Tombigbee District of the Mississippi Territory by proclamation of territorial governor Winthrop Sargent. It was the first county organized in what would later become Alabama, as settlers moved westward after the American Revolutionary War. Washington County is the site of St. Stephens, the first territorial capital of Alabama. The county was named in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States.
  19. iaadams This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Adams Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Adams County was established by the state legislature in 1851 and named in honor of the second President of the United States, John Adams, or his son, the sixth President, John Quincy Adams (sources differ). The county was finally organized and separated from Pottawattamie County on March 12, 1853. Its original size was later reduced by the creation of Montgomery and Union counties. The first county seat was Quincy. In 1872, it was moved to Corning.
  20. aus-vic-architects Vic Architects Mailing List is for discussion on the works and lives of Architects operating in Victoria, Australia. It is not limited to architects who were born in Victoria or who only worked in Victoria, however they must have a connection with Victoria either in their lives and some of their work.