Genealogy Projects tagged with Islands on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Croatia - counties

    This project aims to organise genealogical data for places and families of Croatia by region. The project is subdivided further into sub-projects. If you need help please leave your questions on discussion board for this project. For sources and links please see - izvori i informacije If you need to edit the project (add links) , please make sure you edit default version, otherwise we will ...

  • Split's Immigrants by the Beginning of 19th Century and Their Surnames, Croatia

    From 1797 to 1828 they are mentioned in Split from the nearest surrounding the following surname: Sources: Split's Immigrants by the Beginning of 19th Century and Their Surnames, from Croatia , article online on croatioan (pdf) , Nevenka Bezić-Božanić: Čakavska rič : Polugodišnjak za proučavanje čakavske riječi, Vol.XVI No.1 July 1988. Split - city of immigrants , web article VRANJI...

  • United States with Counties, Areas, Communities Project

    This is a Umbrella Project. Please do not place profiles here. This project does not replace any other America Project.General Instructions. This group of projects is for people who wish to trace migration patterns of their families or for any other reason. (5/5/2016) 1 Select the State your Profile belongs . You may place Profile in the General if you do not know the County. 2 Place Profile in...

  • Martha's Vineyard

    Thomas Mayhew , an English merchant and a settler of Watertown, Massachusetts, not far from Boston, bought in October, 1641, from Lord Stirling and Sir Ferdinando Gorges, through their agent James Forcett, the islands of Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the Elizabeth Islands. Lord Stirling and Sir Gorges having received their right of ownership from the English Crown. Among the families that...

  • Nantucket Island

    Nantucket is an island 30 miles south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in the United States. The history of Nantucket's settlement by the English did not begin in earnest until 1659, when Thomas Mayhew sold his interest to a group of investors, led by Tristram Coffin, "for the sum of thirty Pounds...and also two beaver hats, one for myself, and one for my wife". The "nine original porchasers" were T...