Its late, guess I will wait to maybe get at this tomm again...bb..
In a census for one of my ancestor families I found a child w/no name but listed only as 'B.B.Y.' Does anyone have any idea what this might stand for? This child later must have died young because all the other children listed in that census have been accounted for but not this one.
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Checked out Rootsweb and there are some John Arnolds there [Middlesex] married 1709 JOHN close to Coventry.
B.B.Y would be baby as they hadn't named the child yet i would assume
Here is one place where bby is used. They started with a B and then someone assumed it meant bby and I assume it means BABY.Scroll down to # 12. 1870 Clearfield, Juneau Co., WI Census Address:http://www.rootsweb.com/~wijuneau/1870Clearfield.htm
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted September 19, 2004 at 13:04:42 from 18.104.22.168 Remove Post? CDMom to leagen Would you have a COOK family ,from Hyde Park,Lamoille Co.,VT in the 1930's-40's? I know there was a Herbert Cook,born about 1934.Am trying to find that family and their Ansestors(Previous to 1934).Thank You...........CDMom
do you have any ZEHRUNG'S in your surnames?
My Coat of Arms ties in the back. Is that normal?
Good one Walt!
How do you know my good friend Windsong? She has not been in this room in years. I know how to reach her.
The Kilkenny ( Ireland) Independent..... Saturday, DEC. 9, 1826........... .....QUALITIES OF A GOOD WIFE......- TO THE LADIES.......- That a good wife should be like three things, which three things she should not be like- First, she should be like a snail, always keep within her own house but she should not be like a snail to carry all she has upon her back. Secondly, she should be like an echo, to speak when she is spoken to but she should not be like an echo, always to have the last word. Thirdly, she should be like a town-clock, always keep time and regularity but she should not be like a town-clock, to speak so loud that all the town may hear her. ........................We have come a long way baby:):)
Well, maybe that is not so bad.
The Limerick (Ireland) Chronicle, 12 March 1770....... Doctor Mathew O'BRIEN, cautions those who want servants, from hiring Ellen DWYER, and Michael CONWAY, who were turned out of his service about the 17th of last December without discharges, for being strongly suspected to be the persons who opened Mr. GLENVILL'S desk and taken therefrom 14l. in gold and there was a 40s piece in the money that was stolen. http://www.newspaperabstracts.com/ireland/limerick/1770/MAR.html(....................)The Limerick Chronicle, 27 April 1790 Saturday Michael CARROLL, Boatman, fell out of a turf boat, near Cahirron, and was unfortunately drowned. Thursday last Mr. Tim O'NEILL fell from his horse near Pallasgreen, and was killed on the spot. A respite until Saturday the 19th of Next May, was received of Friday from the Hon. Justice KELLY, for Patrick MURPHY who was to have been hanged on Saturday last. Married. Mr. QUINTON, of Briton-street, Sadlier, to Miss Jones of Drogheada Last night the wife of Timothy CUNNINGHAM, an industrious Labouring man, who lives in the Little Island, was safely delivered of three male children who are all living. http://www.newspaperabstracts.com/ireland/limerick/1790/APR.html Old News Papers from Ireland)
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Been a while so I will post some resources that I have. Genealogies on SPEAR(E), CONANT, WARDELL and some very early PERKINS. 2 sources for German and some English soldiers of the AR.
some names I am searching. In PA, DESSENBERG/ER, DRAYER, MOHR, NEU, HARMON, HERMAN,SHEETZ, WAGGONER, HOFFMAN and CROMWELL. Early MA, NH and NJ, PERKINS, WARDELL, MARSHALL, WOODRUFF, SLOCUM, BONNELL, ARNEY, DRUMMOND. In OH PARKER, SHERROW,
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