Over the past 40+ years,
most of my spare time has been spent in genealogical research. It's
a passion, not a hobby.
family research so much and instilled that in me.
Ancestors and Family of Pam Wood Waugh & Randy
|Hans George BRUST||b. ?- d.bef 1698 GMY (12/30/02)|
|Samuel COVEY Sr.||c1755 -1822 (9/24/05)|
|James DEAN||c1818 -1862 (2/8/09)|
|Coonradt DERICK||c1720-? (12/8/02)|
|Moses HOLT||1749 -1799 (9/29/03)|
|Remie LONGEWAY||1741-1826 (2/8/09)|
|James MUNDAY||c1789-1862 (12/6/08)|
|John PATTERSON||c1698- ? (3/30/03)|
|Isaac SALLS||c1730 -c1800 (2/8/09)|
|Walter SCOTT||c1745 -1815 (10/4/05)|
|Humphrey TALLMAN||c1756 -aft 1842 (2/4/03)|
|Daniel TRYON||c1739 -c1800 (12/05/05)|
|Benjamin VAUGHAN||c1713 -1756 (2/3/03)|
|Enoch & Briggs WAIT||c1770's on (7/16/04)|
|Jacob YOUNG||1748 -1846 (5/26/03)|
Dad's lines were in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia after the Revolution - quite possibly earlier, as Planters. Some branches were old New England stock, several Mayflower passengers. There are Kings and Queens of England, France and Italy, Charlemagne and even Lady Godiva! Currently working on NESBITT, WOOD, WILLIAMS, HOWARD, KERR, BELDING, DARRAH, DALEY, HAMMOND, HEPBURN, and STANLEY.
of Dad's Ancestors.( Donald Judson Wood
Even though I love TMG for my genealogical software, I have done this in Legacy 4.0 - I like the pedigree output. There are no sources or notes included. Please contact me if more information is desired, or see if the particular line you are interested in is extended below. Mayflower Passengers include: Stephen Hopkins, Richard Warren, and Francis Cooke
|Daniel BELDING||c1760 -1849 NB (5/6/05)|
|David DALEY||c1735 -aft1785 NB (3/30/03)|
|John DARRAH||c1834 -1890 NB (3/30/03)|
|John HAMMOND||1753 -1802 NB (2/8/09)|
|Alexander HEPBURN||c1775 -1842 (9/30/03)|
|Capt John HOWARD||c1742 -1824 New Bruns (3/30/03)|
|Capt James KERR||b1754 -1830 Nova Scotia (3/30/03)|
|James NISBET||c1789 IRE>NB (3/30/03)|
|Job STANLEY||c1760 -1854 NB (3/30/03)|
|William WOOD||c1794 -1866 NS to NB (10/9/08)|
|Jacob BECK||1815-1872 GMY>NJ (10/5/03)|
|Roberson CLOER||c1812-1892 NC (1/6/06)|
|Paul A. KOCH||1835-1907 GMY>NY>MA (9/29/03)|
|Thomas SHARPE, Sr.||c1700-1749 IRE>MD>NC (10/4/03)|
|David A. WAUGH||sons from Ireland c1872 to MA (2/23/10)|
A walk through the beautiful historic town of Edam.
A "brief" look at the family trip to Sedona this year. We had great fun.
Our wonderful trip to Scotland with the boys. The Highlands were gorgeous.
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This was last updated 27 April 2014