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  • David Still (1750 - 1814)
    David Steel,English decent was born about 1750. He and two brothers emigrated from England to Phila., Pa. circa 1770.Family legend has it that a young lady fell overboard as the ship entered the harbor...
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930)
    .findagrave... *" Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930) Football/athletics ", Game, Set and Lodge: Freemasons and Sport ed 4 ; Library and Museum of Freemasonry; January 2015; page 10
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    Jean Elizabeth Doyle (1874 - 1940)
    Jean Elizabeth Leckie (14 March 1874 - 27 June 1940), daughter of James Blythe Leckie and Selina Bousfield, was the second wife of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. They married on 18 september 1907, but Conan D...
  • Catherine Gold (1725 - 1742)
    Catee Gold BIRTH unknown DEATH 30 Sep 1742 BURIAL Old Congregational Burying Ground Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA MEMORIAL ID 20847717 · View SourceMEMORIAL PHOTOS 2 FLOWERS 1 Daughter...
  • Hon. Julius Waties Waring (1880 - 1968)
    Julius Waties Waring (July 27, 1880 – January 11, 1968) was a United States federal judge who played an important role in the early legal battles of the American Civil Rights Movement. ===Biographical ...

Real-life love stories


Have you run across touching stories of "love, lost and found" in your tree? If so, add the profiles to this project so we can all rejoice.

Not limited to couples -- families reclaimed, best friends, even amazing pet stories more than welcome. A good narrative in the profile overview however "is" requested.

Collaborators (and invite more collaborators), please add to the "notables" and "resources" sections to inspire us all, and upload photos and documents. Translations also more than welcome.


NEHGS (AmericanAncestors.org) did a weekly survey, here are results:

The Weekly Genealogist Survey:

  • Last week's survey asked about your ancestors' experiences with love and marriage. 3,630 people answered the survey. More than one answer could be selected. The results are:
    • 14%, At least one of my ancestors had an arranged marriage.
    • 21%, At least one of my ancestors had a broken engagement.
    • 36%, At least one of my ancestors had a fiancé or spouse who was killed in a war.
    • 15%, At least one of my ancestors had a spouse who died within six months of their wedding day.
    • 32%, At least one of my ancestors died within six months of a spouse's death.
    • 15%, At least one of my ancestors was involved in a bigamous marriage.
    • 45%, At least one of my ancestors was married more than three times.
    • 5%, At least one of my ancestors was reunited with a long-lost love.
    • 60%, At least one of my ancestors was married 60 years or more.

notables

resources

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