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This list is the friendly meeting place for family stories, anecdotes, outrageous lies (if funny) for the widespread 'Sterkel' clan. It is mosly in central Russia along the Volga, Kazakstan, Siberia, Argentina, Brazil, and central USA (Nebraska, Colorado, Washington, California.
Want to swap DNA? send the link to your DNA to this list. I anticipate a lively discussion about this.
A mailing list for the discussion of all aspects of the Indian and Nepali Princely States, both ancient and modern.
Hello and welcome to the Southampton Mailing list. This list is about Southampton and the surrounding area the ancestry and history and the people. No DNA as there are specialist lists for this. We look forward to your postings.
Linda and Tony Knight Listowners
The research of Cagle, and allied families beginning with our earliest ancestor Leonhart Kegel.
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Earl D. Cagle Sr.
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A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the devoe surname and variations in any place and at any time.
The Smith County TN, History and Genealogy list is also in support of the Smith County website
All McBee ancestry and family history research topics can be presented and discussed no matter the spelling or location. DNA findings are especially welcome since this is such a rare surname.
All Kasl ancestry and family history research topics can be presented and discussed no matter the spelling or location. DNA findings are especially welcome since this is such a rare surname.
Official list for the Bureau County, ILGenWeb website. All Bureau County IL researchers are encouraged and welcome to join!
Exchange of information on the surname and other variations having it's source in the area around Kelso, Roxburghshire in the Eastern Borders of Scotland and specifically a place Middlemestlands from which George F Black [The Surnames of Scotland] lists as Middlemas, Middlemass and Middlemiss and Reaney/Wilson [A dictionary of English Surnames] extends to Midlemas and Middlemist with further additions in registrars' records for Middlemast, Middlemess, Middlemoss, Middlemost and Middlemus
A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the nault surname and variations in any place and at any time.
A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the german-kingdoms surname and variations in any place and at any time.
The mailing list is mostly about Eichelberger but other variants are accepted.
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.
Since Roots Web is discontinuing their service, I encourage you to join this new Solomon genealogy sharing list. Thanks, Martha Wooten Solomon, List Manager
This list is for the sharing of information related to the Davenport family. Davenport is one of the earliest surnames to be used in Britain, recorded as early as the early 900's. Many early surnames were derived from the male head of the household's occupation or their place of living. In this case, the name derives from the location of the original Davenport family on the River Dane in Cheshire, England.
The Davenport family is an extremely old and large one, now spread extensively throughout the world. Bramall Hall in England was the ancestral home of the Davenport family for over 500 years.
The Davenports are descended from an unbroken line from the time of the Norman conquest of England. The line can be traced back to King Alfred the Great (reign 875-899) and through to Queen Elizabeth II.
A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the bradner surname and variations in any place and at any time.