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  • SJC0211
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    I am looking for records and facts of the family members including and before the person listed after the family name

    Menke born: Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany (John Henry. Menke born: 3 May 1821)

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  • SunHoney
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    Munsell - Iowa/Connecticut/Ohio/possibly England?

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  • fmartin650
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    I also have Martin's from Wittersham. George Martin (1837-1920) and wife Harriet (1835-1911) left for the greater Chicago area in the early 1870's.

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  • ScottM
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    MORLAND / McMORLAND from the Stranraer / Wigtownshire area of Scotland

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  • EssexCorinne
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    MARTIN in Wittersham in Kent 1800 - 1850

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  • Sheiky
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    MERRITT- West Sussex

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  • Debbie Munchin
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    Munchin: Dover, Kent : 1752 - 1818
    Munchin: Chatham, Rochester, Gillingham, Kent : 1800s to present day
    Munchin: South Africa
    Last edited by Debbie Munchin; 28-08-14, 22:20.

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  • richaj
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    Moore - Birmingham, (Aston) Leeds 1700s to date

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  • luddy
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    Munkittrick of Ardee Co Louth Ireland

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  • ziperrump
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    I have a little bit of information on some macleans of stornoway cherel1....my daughter's mil was from there.

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  • Janet
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    Martley/Markley Tipperary Ireland

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  • Jen~Ealogy
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    MORRIS: Manchester.

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  • Dump
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    McGinn: Ireland (prob. Co. Cork), then S. Wales, Co. Durham, Berkshire

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  • Dump
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    Molineux: St Helens, 1830-

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  • rjm
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    MELLOR - Manchester - 1850's to present

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  • BigOoms
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    Murdy,Murdie,Mordue,Mordy,Mordey and about 15 other variations.
    Traced back to North Northumberland and possibly just across the border into Scotland.
    Early 1700,s
    Last edited by BigOoms; 06-01-13, 17:29.

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  • cherel1
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    researching - macleans of stornoway/lochs and macleods of stornoway, and campbells and macdonalds and fergusons all from ross and cromarty.

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    Manning- Liverpool- Galway-Dublin

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  • dwedsmum
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    Originally posted by pejay View Post
    Mellor - Derbyshire
    My uncle was a Mellor but he came from Uttoxeter which is in Staffordshire.

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  • pejay
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    Mellor - Derbyshire

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