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  • Jewish Families from Siegelsbach (Baden-Württemberg), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Siegelsbach (Baden-Württemberg), Germany. JewishGen-Siegelsbach (Baden-Württemberg)

  • Jewish Families from Siegburg (Nordrhein-Westfalen)

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Siegburg (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany. JewishGen-Siegburg (Nordrhein-Westfalen)

  • Jewish Families from Sickenhofen (Hessen), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Sickenhofen (Hessen), Germany JewishGen-Sickenhofen (Hessen)

  • Jewish Families from Sembach (Rheinland-Pfalz), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Sembach (Rheinland-Pfalz), Germany. JewishGen-Sembach (Rheinland-Pfalz)

  • Jewish Families from Selters/Westerwald (Rheinland-Pfalz), Germany

    This project seeks Selters/Westerwald (Rheinland-Pfalz), Germany. JewishGen-Selters/Westerwald (Rheinland-Pfalz)

  • Jewish Families from Selm (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Selm (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany. Please refer to Bork. JewishGen-Selm (Nordrhein-Westfalen)

  • Jewish Families from Seesen/Harz (Niedersachsen), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Seesen/Harz (Niedersachsen). JewishGen-Seesen/Harz (Niedersachsen) In 1801 Israel Jacobson founded a school in Seesen in which 40 Jewish children and 20 Christian children were to be educated together, receiving free room and board. The close association of children of different creeds was a favorite idea of his. The ...

  • Ridala uus kalmistu

    Ridala uue kalmistu hauaplatside register A-Y Ridala uue kalmistu hauaplatside register ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Projektiga liituda on võimalik nupu "Tegevused" alt valides "Liitu projektiga" Selle peale saadetakse projekti koostööpartneritele Teie taotlus, mille rahuldamisel liitute proj...

  • 1820 Settlers - Ingram's Party

    Ingram's Party 1820 Settlers Main Reference The Settler Handbook by MD Nash See also eGGSA - The 1820 Settler Correspondence Additional information 1820 Settlers.com The aim of this project is to link profiles on Geni to the names in the list, and to expand notes about individuals - mostly on the Profile page in the "About Me" field, or here if no profile exists. Getting Involve...

  • Os Barões do Charque

    O começo da história No século 18, enquanto ocorria o ciclo econômico da mineração no Brasil envolvendo os estados de Minas Gerais, Goiás e Mato Grosso, havia uma crescente valorização do rebanho de gado existente no Rio Grande do Sul, introduzido pelos jesuítas no século 17. Os bois serviam para a alimenta...

  • Kinzie-Biehn Cemetery - Kitchener, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada

    Kinzie-Biehn Cemetery Also Known as: Kinzie Biehn Pioneer Cemetery Community originally known as Doon, now part of Kitchener. In memory of the John Biehn and Dilman Kinzie families. Who, with a number of other families came to this tract of land from Montgomery County, Pa. In early April of the year 1800. There were nine covered wagon teams in this train. Erected 1974 Cemetery Address: Mill...

  • Boston Rustlers (1911) (MLB)

    After various name changes, the team eventually began operating as the Boston Braves , which lasted for most of the first half of the 20th century. Then, in 1953, the team moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and became the Milwaukee Braves , followed by the final move to Atlanta in 1966. Atlanta Braves (1966–present) Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965) Boston Braves (1941–1952) ...

  • Boston Doves (1907–1910) (MLB)

    After various name changes, the team eventually began operating as the Boston Braves , which lasted for most of the first half of the 20th century. Then, in 1953, the team moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and became the Milwaukee Braves , followed by the final move to Atlanta in 1966. Atlanta Braves (1966–present) Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965) Boston Braves (1941–1952) ...

  • Federal League (Baseball)

    The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs, known simply as the Federal League, was an American professional baseball league that played its first season in 1913 and operated as a "third major league", in competition with the established National and American Leagues, from 1914 to 1915.

  • Western League (original) (1885-1900)

    The Western League of Professional Baseball Clubs, simply called the Western League, was a minor league baseball league originally founded on February 11, 1885, and focused in the Midwest.After several failures and reorganizations, the most notable version of the league was organized by Ban Johnson on November 20, 1893. In 1900, the League was renamed the American League , and declared its majo...

  • Milwaukee Brewers (1894–1901) (Western League and AL)

    The Baltimore Orioles spent its first year as a major league club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin as the Milwaukee Brewers before moving to St. Louis, Missouri to become the St. Louis Browns . Baltimore Orioles (1954–present) St. Louis Browns (1902–1953) (AL and MLB) Milwaukee Brewers (1894–1901) (Western League and AL)

  • People who died from Whooping cough / Pertussis

    Whooping Cough / Pertussis From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pertussis , also known as whooping cough or 100 day cough, is a highly contagious bacterial disease.[1][2] Initially symptoms are usually similar to those of the common cold with a runny nose, fever, and mild cough. This is then followed by weeks of severe coughing fits. Following a fit of coughing a high-pitched whoop sound o...

  • Neely Clan - Master Project & Overview

    This project provides a place to connect projects related to the Neely families. Project Organization The Neelys from Scotland and Ireland from 1590 through to the emmigration of a number of the Neelys to North America in the late 1600's. Six generations of Neelys in the United States , starting with Thomas Neely, I (1695-1756), with primary focus through to Theophilus Monroe Neely (18...

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  • Neely Family - 1866 - William Henry 'Will' Neely

    WILLIAM HENRY 'Will' NEELY ; April 2, 1866 to November 7, 1949; 83 years old By Roy ”Buddy” Neely, Jr. Introduction This is the story of the William Henry Neely family as a whole during the entire period of his life, from 1866 until 1949. There are many sources for events related here from cousins as handed down to them from their fathers and mothers, Will and Ulah ’s...

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  • Brooklyn Tip-Tops (1914-15) (Federal League)

    The Brooklyn Tip-Tops were a team in the short-lived Federal League of professional baseball from 1914 to 1915. The team was named by owner Robert Ward, who owned the Tip Top Bakery. They were sometimes informally called the Brooklyn Feds or BrookFeds due to being the Brooklyn team of the Federal League. The Tip Tops played in old Washington Park, which the Brooklyn Dodgers had abandoned afte...

  • Linglebach's Evangelical United Brethren Cemetery - South Easthope Township, Perth County, Ontario, Canada

    Linglebach's Evangelical United Brethren Cemetery is located in Perth East. Also Known as: Lingelbach Cemetery Cemetery Address: 3995 Road 104 Concession 1, Lot 10, South Easthope Township GPS: 43.368768,-80.786344 Denomination: United Maintained by: Township of Perth East Links Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project Find A Grave

  • Minnesota Fighting Saints (WHA)

    The Minnesota Fighting Saints was the name of two professional ice hockey teams based in Saint Paul, Minnesota that played in the World Hockey Association. The first team was one of the WHA's original twelve franchises, playing from 1972–76. The second team was relocated from Cleveland, Ohio, and played for part of the 1976–77 season. Neither edition of the franchise completed its...

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  • Minnesota Fighting Saints (WHA) (original)

    The Minnesota Fighting Saints was the name of two professional ice hockey teams based in Saint Paul, Minnesota that played in the World Hockey Association. The first team was one of the WHA's original twelve franchises, playing from 1972–76. The second team was relocated from Cleveland, Ohio, and played for part of the 1976–77 season. Neither edition of the franchise completed its...

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  • Lincolnshire - Main Page

    This is the Umbrella Project Page for Lincolnshire, England. Related Projects People Connected to Lincolnshire Lincolnshire Famous People Lincolnshire Genealogical Resources Historical Lincolnshire Historic Buildings of Lincolnshire Lincolnshire Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries & Graveyards

  • Indianapolis Racers (WHA)

    The Indianapolis Racers was a major league hockey team in the World Hockey Association from 1974 to 1978. They competed in four full seasons before folding 25 games into the 1978–79 season. They played at Market Square Arena. They are often best known for being the first major league team to secure the services of Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier.The Racers were known in the WHA for their ...

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  • Los Angeles Sharks (WHA)

    The Los Angeles Sharks were an ice hockey team that played in the World Hockey Association from 1972 to 1974. Their primary home arena was the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena but they sometimes played at the Long Beach Sports Arena when the Sports Arena had other contractual obligations. After the 1973–74 season, the franchise moved to Detroit to become the Michigan Stags and again mid...

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  • Jersey Knights (WHA)

    The New York Raiders were an ice hockey team and founding member of the World Hockey Association based in New York City. Intended to be the WHA's flagship franchise, its short tenure was a result of being unable to compete with the National Hockey League's established New York Rangers, and the expansion New York Islanders. After its inaugural season, the team was known as the New York Golden Bl...

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  • Michigan Stags (WHA)

    The Michigan Stags were a professional ice hockey team based in Detroit, Michigan that played a portion of the 1974–75 season in the World Hockey Association. On January 18, 1975, the franchise was moved to Baltimore where it was known as the Baltimore Blades . The Stags originated as the Los Angeles Sharks , one of the WHA's original twelve teams. The Stags played at Cobo Arena, and the...

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  • Edmonton Oilers (WHA)

    The Edmonton Oilers are a professional ice hockey team based in Edmonton, Alberta. They are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL).The Oilers were founded on November 1, 1971, with the team playing its first season in 1972, as one of twelve founding franchises of the major professional World Hockey Association (WHA). They were originally in...

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  • Denver Spurs (WHA)

    The Denver Spurs were a professional ice hockey team based out of Denver, Colorado. The Spurs began play in the Western Hockey League in 1968, and played at the Denver Coliseum. The Spurs became the first professional sports team in Colorado to win a championship in 1971–72. After the WHL folded in 1974, the team transferred to the Central Hockey League for the 1974–75 season.==Sp...

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  • Cleveland Crusaders (WHA)

    The Cleveland Crusaders were a professional ice hockey team from Cleveland, Ohio. The Crusaders were owned by Nick Mileti, and played in the World Hockey Association from 1972 to 1976. Their home ice was the Cleveland Arena from 1972 to 1974, and the Richfield Coliseum from 1974 to 1976.The first coach for the Crusaders was Bill Needham, a long-time minor leaguer with the AHL's Cleveland Barons...

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  • Chicago Cougars (WHA)

    The Chicago Cougars were an original franchise in the World Hockey Association from 1972 to 1975. The Cougars played their home games in the dilapidated International Amphitheatre. During the 1974 Avco Cup Finals against Gordie Howe and the Houston Aeros, the team's two home games were played at the Randhurst Twin Ice Arena in suburban Mount Prospect. This was because a presentation of Peter Pa...

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  • Cincinnati Stingers (WHA)

    The Cincinnati Stingers were an ice hockey team based in Cincinnati, Ohio, that played in the World Hockey Association from 1975 to 1979 and in the Central Hockey League during the 1979–80 season. Their home arena was Riverfront Coliseum (now known as U.S. Bank Arena), and they were the only major-league hockey team ever to play in Cincinnati.

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  • Birmingham Bulls (WHA)

    The Birmingham Bulls were a professional ice hockey team based in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. They played in the World Hockey Association from 1976 to 1979 and the Central Hockey League from 1979 to 1981. The Bulls played their home games at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Center.Prior to being in Birmingham, the team was known as the Ottawa Nationals and the Toronto Toros. In 1992, another B...

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  • Calgary Cowboys (WHA)

    The Calgary Cowboys were an ice hockey team that played two seasons in the World Hockey Association (WHA) from 1975–1977. The Cowboys played at the Stampede Corral in Calgary. The franchise was founded in 1972 as the Miami Screaming Eagles , though it never played a game in Miami. The team was based in Philadelphia and Vancouver, known in both markets as the Blazers, before relocating to...

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  • Alberta Oilers (WHA)

    History of the Alberta Oilers==On November 1, 1971, the Edmonton Oilers became one of the 12 founding WHA franchises. The original team owner was Bill Hunter. Hunter owned the Edmonton Oil Kings, a junior hockey franchise. He also founded the Canadian Major Junior Hockey League (now known as the Western Hockey League (WHL)). Hunter's efforts to bring major professional hockey to Edmonton via an...

  • Baltimore Blades (WHA)

    The Michigan Stags folded on January 18, 1975. The Baltimore Blades were were created a week after the demise of the Stags and were operated by the league. The Blades played out of the Baltimore Civic Center, but attendance did not improve, and was not helped by the team finishing out the season with a 3-13-1 record. At season's end, the league contemplated moving the franchise to Seattle, but ...

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  • Laiusevälja kalmistu (Mõisaküla kalmistu)

    Olete teretulnud kõik need kes soovivad oma lähedased seoses selle rahupaigaga ära märkida ja projekti lisada. Projekt "Laiusevälja kalmistu (Mõisaküla kalmistu)" koondab neid, kes on aegade jooksul seal oma rahu leidnud. Mõisaküla kalmistu on kalmistu Jõgevamaal Jõgeva vallas Laiusevälja külas. Kalmi...

  • R-Z195 (Y-DNA) Project

    R-Z195 (Y-DNA) Project R-Z195 is a Subclade of R-DF27 R-P312 ZZ11 U152 DF27 Z195 L176 Z274 Please ask to be a Collaborator if you fall in this group and develop it.

  • Pittsburgh Rebels (1912-15) (Baseball)

    Pittsburgh Rebels were a professional baseball club based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The team was a member of the short-lived Federal League, which was a minor league in 1913 but a full-fledged outlaw major league the next two years. The team was originally called the Pittsburgh Filipinos after their manager, Deacon Phillippe, and began play in 1912 in the United States Baseball League. The t...

  • Kansas City Cowboys (Union Association) (1884) (Baseball)

    The Kansas City Cowboys (also Unions and Kaycees) were a baseball team in the Union Association during its only season, 1884. Referred to as the "Cowboys" mostly by historians, they had no official nickname during their short life and were most frequently referred to by local press of the day as the "Unions" and by the press of other cities as the "Kaycees". They were the first professional bas...

  • Buffalo Blues (1914-15) (Baseball)

    Buffalo Blues were a professional baseball club that played in the short-lived Federal League, which was a minor league in 1913 and a full-fledged outlaw major league the next two years. It was the last major league baseball team to be based in the city of Buffalo. In 1913 and 1914, as was the standard for Federal League teams, the franchise did not have an official name, instead going by the g...

  • Chicago Browns/Pittsburgh Stogies (1884) (Baseball)

    The Chicago Browns/Pittsburgh Stogies (also known as Chicago/Pittsburgh) were a short-lived professional baseball team in the Union Association of 1884. They were to battle the Chicago White Stockings, of the National League, for the Chicago baseball market, however the Browns lost that battle to the White Stockings. After a Baltimore mattress maker gave the club a degree of financial support, ...

  • Wilmington Quicksteps (1884) (Baseball)

    The Wilmington Quicksteps were an 1884 late-season replacement baseball team in the Union Association. They finished with a 2-16 record and were managed by Joe Simmons. The team played home games in Union Street Park in Wilmington, Delaware.

  • Negro League Baseball

    At one time, baseball in the United States was segregated. The Blacks played with the Negro Leagues! The Negro leagues were United States professional baseball leagues comprising teams predominantly made up of African Americans. The term may be used broadly to include professional black teams outside the leagues and it may be used narrowly for the seven relatively successful leagues beginni...

  • Philadelphia Keystones (1884) (Baseball)

    The Philadelphia Keystones (aka Keystones of Philadelphia) were a professional baseball franchise. In 1884, they were a member of the short-lived Union Association. The team was owned by former player Tom Pratt.

  • The Mystery of Oak Island

    This project dedicated to the people who have died and those that have a connection to this Island and the Folklore surrounding it.' Location: Oak Island,, Lunenburg County, (Southern shore) Nova Scotia, Canada 57- hectare (140- acre) Names inscribed on a memorial stone, who have died attempting to excavate the islands treasure: unknown - 1861 Maynard Kaiser - 3/26/1897 Robert Resta...

  • The genealogy of Oliver Cromwell, 1st Lord Protector

    Project for cleaning up the increasingly messy branches of the big tree surrounding Oliver Cromwell and his family. Hope people will be willing to help me out here. I have gathered my information from a GEDCOM file on this web site, which seems very reliable to me. I found the link to that site on the Oliver Cromwell Website managed by the the Cromwell Association. Main profiles: ...

  • KIEMĖNAI

    Apie Kiemėnų kaimo praeitį, dabartį ir gyventojus. [ ] Kiemėnų (Miškinių) kaimo dalyje gyveno Ūkininkai BRAZAUSKAI Jokūbas Brazauskas Jokūbas Brazauskas DANISEVIČIAI Jonas Danisevičius DVYLIAI Benigna Dvylienė Benigna Samaitė PALIULIAI Jurgio Paliulio sūnus Juozapas Paliulis Juozapas Paliulis GRIGELIONIAI Jurgio Paliulio žentas Juozapas Grigelionis Juozapas Gri...

  • 1820 Settlers - Hyman's Party

    Hyman's Party 1820 Settlers All Party members have been linked to Geni Profiles! Congratulations! Main reference The Settler Handbook by MD Nash See also eGGSA - The 1820 Settler Correspondence The aim of this project is to link profiles on Geni to the names in the list, and to expand notes about individuals - mostly on the Profile page in the "About Me" field, or here if no profi...

  • Jewish Families from Brtnice (Pirnitz), Moravia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the Moravian town of Brtnice (Pirnitz) in the Czech Republic. Earliest known Jewish community was in the 15th century. There were 33 Jews. Effecting the Jewish community: separation of Jewish quarter, 1727. Cemetery originated second half of 16th century. Last known Conservative Jewish burial was 1860.

  • 1820 Settlers - Howard's Party

    Howard's Party 1820 Settlers Main reference The Settler Handbook by MD Nash See also eGGSA - The 1820 Settler Correspondence Additional information from South African Settlers The aim of this project is to link profiles on Geni to the names in the list, and to expand notes about individuals - mostly on the Profile page in the "About Me" field, or here if no profile exists. Getti...

  • Founding Families of Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Scope of project This project identifies members of the founding families of Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1706. Overview On 23 April 1706 Francisco Cuervo y Valdés wrote to the king of Spain and to the viceroy of New Spain he had founded a new villa in New Mexico. Francisco Cuervo y Valdés named the community after the viceroy, Fernandez de la Cueva, Duque de Alburquerque. Th...

  • Rosie The Riveter

    The Story of Rosie The Riveter Women who worked during the war building the planes and amo...My best friend now 91 and her sister were two of the best..They worked at a factory in Ohio, and the tales she has told me are amasing. They evidently even made bomb parts, built planes, rivited parts into planes, and were told everything was top secret. They really need to be acknowledged. Rosie ...

  • Lingle & Tumey Family Tree

    A history of our family. The Journey and adventure they experienced before settling down.

  • Canadian Actors in United States

    This project focuses on Canadian actors that made it big in the United States. In most cases, people did not know or recognized them as Canadians. Canadian pioneers in early Hollywood Canadian expatriate actors in the United States List Jack Carson (1910–1963), actor Al Christie (1881–1951), co-founder of Christie Film Company, director/producer/screenwriter Charles ...

  • Jewish Families from Andrychów, Poland

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Andrychów in Poland. Andrychów [Pol], Yandrichov [Yid], Andrichau [Ger], Andrichov, Andrikhov, Yendrikhov Hebrew: אנדריכוב 30 miles WSW of Kraków, 6 miles W of Wadowice. Jewish Population: 635 (in 1880) 1900: Andrychów, Wadowice, ...

  • Virginia Germanna Colonies

    Official Web Site This project is to document all of the original Germanna settlers. Descendent profiles may be added to the project directly. All the original immigrants will be listed here in the text as well. The Germanna Colonies consist primarily of the First Colony of 42 persons from the Siegerland area in Germany brought to Virginia to work for Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood...

  • Jewish Families from Zagórz, Poland

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Zagórz, Poland. Gesher Galicia - Zagórz Translator name : Agnieszka Floriańczyk Shtetl Wikipedia Overview Alternate names: Zagórz [Pol], Zagorzh, זאגו [Yid], Zaguzh [Rus]. 49°31' N, 22°16' E, 30 miles SW of Przemyśl, 5 miles SE of S...

  • Touwslagers in de familie

    ---2015-feb-25-wo-00:30+GMT-winter~COFFEE-time-x---jMVu--- ambacht & beroep Touwslagers in de familie Lijnbanen of touwslagerijen waren bedrijven waar touw werd vervaardigd voor scheepstimmerwerven, zeilmakerijen, visserij en veehouders. Bij de touwslagerij in het Zuiderzee museum in Enkhuizen worden uit dunne strengen hennep verschillende soorten touwen geslagen: zoals waslijnen, scheeps...

  • Schloss Hartheim Euthanasia Center

    Schloss Hartheim Euthanasia Center (German: NS-Tötungsanstalt Hartheim) was a killing centre involved in the Nazi euthanasia programme, also referred to as Action T4. The killing centre was housed in Hartheim Castle in the municipality of Alkoven, near Linz, Austria.In June 1945, during investigations by US Forces into the former gassing facility at Hartheim, the American investigating o...

  • Université du Québec à Montréal

    The Université du Québec à Montréal ( UQÀM ) is a comprehensive public university based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is a French-language university and is the largest constituent element of the Université du Québec (UQ), a public university system.UQAM was founded on April 9, 1969 by the government of Quebec, through the merger of the É...

  • 1820 Settlers - Clark's Party (Including Brown's and Stubbs Divisions)

    Clark's Party 1820 Settlers Including Brown's and Stubbs Divisions Main reference The Settler Handbook by MD Nash See also eGGSA - The 1820 Settler Correspondence Additional information from South African Settlers The aim of this project is to link profiles on Geni to the names in the list, and to expand notes about individuals - mostly on the Profile page in the "About Me" fiel...

  • T2 (mtDNA)

    The purpose of this project is to document the maternal lineage of all people with the HVR mutations 11812, 14233, 16153, 16296, and 16304. These markers define the mtDNA haplogroup currently designated T2, a subgroup of Haplogroup T. Defining Mutations Coding mutations 11812, 14233 HVR mutation 16296 Origin Haplogroup T has an estimated age of about 10,000 to 12,000 years. In his...

  • Clan MacAlpine

    Clan MacAlpine MacAlpin the shortened version McAlpine ☀ Clan that the Lord Lyon Court has been told is in the process of applying for registration. Next part of this process to take place in September, 2016. Please join the project and expand information if you have more information. Crest/Badge No Official Crest Badge Sir Thomas Innes of Learney, Lord Lyon King ...

  • Imigrantes Portugueses do Concelho de Baião ao Brasil / Portuguese immigrants of Concelho of Baião to Brazil

    Este é um subprojeto relacionado ao Projeto Maior Brasil: Imigrantes Portugueses ao Brasil / Portuguese immigrants to Brazil Aqui estão relacionados os imigrantes portugueses que vieram ao Brasil do Concelho de BAIÃO .

  • Passengers of the ship “John and Sara”: Scots Prisoners of War, 1651

    Join us and add your "Scots Prisoner of War" ancestors to the project. Profiles must be set to "public." from The Ship “John and Sara” Prisoners of War, 1651 In 1650 the Scots sided with the monarchy in the English Civil War, and fought against the Puritans in the Battle of Worcester.  Thousands were captured as prisoners of war, and forced to march to London.�...

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  • Klompenmakers ‧ NL ‧ Gelderland

    Klompenmakers ‧ NL ‧ Gelderland alfabetisch P. BEEKHUIZEN ‧ 1920: Renkum->Dordrecht A.L. BROEKE ‧ 1917: Renkum->Wichmond fa. van de BUNT ‧ Nijkerk ‧ Harderwijk ‧ KvK&F1949-1963 A. LAMMERTINK ‧ 1918: Renkum->Arnhem B.J. LEENEMAN ‧ 1932: Renkum->Eemnes G. van de PEPPEL 1931: Renkum->Wageningen Derk van GORKUM ‧...

  • Law Enforcement : Officer Down

    On January 3, 1791, Albany County, New York, Constable Darius Quimby was shot and killed while attempting to arrest a man on a trespassing warrant. Constable Quimby was the first-known law enforcement officer to be killed in the line of duty in the United States.Since that date, over 21,900 law enforcement officers have been killed in the line of duty in this country. Each of their stories is t...

  • Napoleon's Great Army - La Grande Armée de Napoleon

    Officers and soldiers of Napoleon's Great Army With it's maximum size of almost 560.000 soldiers, there is a big chance that you've had a relative in La Grande Armée of Napoleon. Please add them to this project. Description The first Grande Armée consisted of six corps under the command of Napoleon's marshals and senior generals. The army grew in size as Napoleon's might s...

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  • Jewish Families of Kolmar aka Chodziez aka Chodziesen.

    This project seeks to collect information on the Jewish families of Kolmar, Prussia, also known as Chodziez or Chodziesen.

  • Jewish families from Rychnov nad Kněžnou (Reichenau), Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Rychnov nad Kněžnou (Reichenau) in Bohemia, Czech Republic.

  • pradip vasoya for sale of propery

    i am real estate broker in surat or near by location, so please send me contact detail for sale of your property. my contact- +917874229351 (whats app also) pradipvasoya12@yahoo.com everest.consultancy4@gmail.com

  • Full-figure or Big Beautiful Women in History

    Overview BBW Celebrities - Place to talk about Celebrity BBW's Plus Size: Some news is so big it needs its own page Big Beautiful Woman [ ) Venus (mythology)] Bathsheba Celebrity BBW: Famous Big Beautiful Women I’m not fat, I’m rubenesque! (Taba, taba, paano ka ginawa?) Dawn French on Big Women Mona Lisa at the Louvre in Paris Modern Times

  • HEKELAAR ❧ family ‧ genealogy

    HEKELAAR ❧ family ‧ genealogy ALIAS ~ pseudo-nymia ~ AKA ~ HEECKELAER HEEKELAAR HEEKELAARS HEEKELAER HEKELAAR HEKELAARS -van- HEKELAER etc.

  • 29th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment

    29th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.The 29th Iowa Infantry was organized at Council Bluffs, Iowa and mustered in for three years of Federal service on December 1, 1862.The regiment was mustered out on August 10, 1865. total of 1485 men served in the 29th Iowa at one time or another during its existence. It su...

  • Virreinato del Perú (Viceroyalty of Peru)

    The Viceroyalty of Peru (Spanish: Virreinato del Perú) was a Spanish colonial administrative district, created in 1542, that originally contained most of Spanish-ruled South America, governed from the capital of Lima. The Viceroyalty of Peru was one of the two Spanish Viceroyalties in the Americas from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries. However, the Spanish did not resist the P...

  • Gårdshistorikk: Kråklien, Vestvågøy, Nordland, Norge

    Kilde Kilde Buksnes Bygdebok av Ola Berg , Bind II, 2. Opplag ( ) _____________________________________________________ Buksnes GÅRDSNR. 9 Ballstad og GÅRDSNR.10 Ballstadøy GÅRDSNR. 20 Bolle GÅRDSNR. 16 Buksnes GÅRDSNR. 31 Bø GÅRDSNR. 37 Farstad

  • Gårdshistorikk: Kvervelås, Vestvågøy, Nordland, Norge

    Kilde Kilde Buksnes Bygdebok av Ola Berg , Bind II, 2. Opplag ( ) _____________________________________________________ Buksnes GÅRDSNR. 9 Ballstad og GÅRDSNR.10 Ballstadøy GÅRDSNR. 20 Bolle GÅRDSNR. 16 Buksnes GÅRDSNR. 31 Bø GÅRDSNR. 37 Farstad

  • Jewish Families from Stankov (Stankau), Bohemia, Czech Republic

    The following info is from Wikipedia unless otherwise noted. Stankov is located in the district of Domazlice, whereas Geni places it in the Klatovsky district. The town has an origin that dates to at least 1233. It has halfway between Pilsen and Domazlice in Bohemia within the Czech Republic. As of 2006, it has 3100 inhabitants and has no major employers. Stankov is about 30 km to Klatovy 28 km...

  • Jewish Families from Bückeburg, Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Bückeburg, Germany. JewishGen-Bueckeburg

  • Vancouver Canucks (NHL)

    The Vancouver Canucks are an ice hockey team based in Vancouver, British Columbia. They are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Canucks play their home games at Rogers Arena, formerly known as General Motors Place, which has an official capacity of 18,860. Henrik Sedin is currently the captain of the team, Willie Desjardins is the h...

  • Toronto St. Pats (NHL)

    The Toronto St. Patricks were a professional men's ice hockey team which began playing in the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1919. The Toronto NHL franchise (league membership) had previously been held by the Arena Company (and the team called the "Arenas"), but despite winning the Stanley Cup the team was bankrupt and pulled out of the league after just two seasons. The rights to the Toronto ...

  • Washington Capitals (NHL)

    The Washington Capitals are an American professional ice hockey team based in Washington, D.C. that competes in the National Hockey League (NHL). They are members of the league's Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference. Since their founding in 1974, the "Caps" have won one conference championship to reach the 1998 Stanley Cup Finals, and captured eight division titles. In 1997, the team...

  • Winnipeg Jets (NHL)

    The Winnipeg Jets are a professional ice hockey team based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The team is owned by True North Sports & Entertainment and plays its home games at the MTS Centre.The Jets began play as the Atlanta Thrashers in the 1999–2000 NHL season. True North Sports & Entertainmen...

  • Idol Singing Competition

    Idol , Pop Idol or the Idol Series is an international television music contest with local Idol series in a lot of countries and territories: The show is a reality television singing competition where the a winner is selected by the audience voting. The show combines a number of elements previously used by other shows such as Popstars - mass auditioning, the search of a new star, and the use ...

  • Wolf Prizes - פרסי וולף

    The Wolf Prize is an international award granted in Israel, that has been presented most years since 1978 to living scientists and artists for "achievements in the interest of mankind and friendly relations among people ... irrespective of nationality, race, colour, religion, sex or political views." History The prize is awarded in Israel by the Wolf Foundation , founded by Dr Ricardo Wolf ...

  • Dutch & Flemish Painters 1500-1700

    Nederlandse & Vlaamse schilders ‧ 1500-1700 schilder ‧ painter ‧ mahler ‧ Welkom zijn profiel-links en ⓘnternet-verwijzingen. Die laatste zijn tijdelijk en horen straks thuis in de beschrijving van het betreffende profiel. Hier volstaat dan naam met geni-url-verwijzing en levensdata ‧ x ‧ collectie ‧ museum ‧ verzameling ...

  • Quebec Nordiques (NHL)

    The Quebec Nordiques (French Nordiques de Québec , pronounced [nɔʁd͡zɪk] in Quebec French, /nɔːrˈdiːks/ in Canadian English, meaning "Northmen" or "Northerners") were a Canadian professional ice hockey team based in Quebec City, Quebec. The Nordiques played in the World Hockey Association (1972–79) and the National Hockey Lea...

  • Häädemeeste õigeusu kalmistu

    Olete teretulnud kõik need kes soovivad oma lähedased seoses selle rahupaigaga ära märkida ja projekti lisada. Projekt "Häädemeeste õigeusu kalmistu" koondab neid, kes on aegade jooksul seal oma rahu leidnud. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Vaskinn, Grytøya, Troms, Norway

    See Norwegian description.

  • Jewish Families from Schwerin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Schwerin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern), Germany. JewishGen-Schwerin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)

  • Cuntz Families in Marburg, Germany

    A project aimed at creating trees for the earliest Cuntz / Kuntz / Kuntze families in Marburg, Germany. The ideal is that ongoing research might enable one to eventually merge some of these trees into larger ones. 10178 in Marburger Sippenbuch/07/190: Matthias Deiß Cuntz * c. 1580 10179 in Marburger Sippenbuch/07/190: Jacob Cuntz † before 1631 10180 in Marburger Sippenbuch...

  • Jewish Families from Sehnde (Niedersachsen), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Sehnde (Niedersachsen), Germany. Please refer also to Bolzum. JewishGen-Sehnde (Niedersachsen)

  • Jewish Families from Schwetzingen (Baden-Württemberg), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Schwetzingen (Baden-Württemberg), Germany. JewishGen-Schwetzingen (Baden-Württemberg)

  • Jewish Families from Schwerte (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Schwerte (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany. JewishGen-Schwerte (Nordrhein-Westfalen)

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