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Eric Ray Jelle

Gender:Male
Age:40's
Country:
 USA
Joined:March 14 2009 (5 years ago)
Genealogy surnames I am researching:Dawes, Tucker, Thrasher, Gause, Mills, Jonsson, Thunberg, Filson, etc

Site memberships (by number of visits)

Jelle Web SiteSite manager, since Dec 28 2009
Humphrey / Dawes Family Web SiteMember, since Oct 12 2010
GAUSE FAMILY Web SiteMember, since June 20 2010
James E Gill Jr Family Tree Web SiteMember, since June 7 2013
elmore,poe,griffis,wilmoth,pannell,leach Web SiteMember, since Apr 13 2011
Austin Web SiteMember, since June 6 2013
Scott Web SiteMember, since Nov 7 2010
Waddell Web SiteMember, since June 8 2013
Villefort Web SiteMember, since June 14 2012
Watts - Cooper Family Web SiteMember, since Apr 13 2011
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Comments:
Merilynn Humphrey This is HARD!! LOL!
I admire your dedication to the family and your efforts to help the rest of us find our roots.
We're traveling to Ireland again in July. I'm trying to find out if anyone started out or came from there so I can stop by and photograph anything of interest to all.
Thanks for allowing me to join your group!
Best regards,
Lynn
4 years ago
Eric Ray Jelle Lynn,
Thank you and it gets easier... To my knowledge no ancestors yet have been confirmed from Ireland although Nancy (Filson)Thrasher and William Roger Hall have been mentioned having some ancestral connection to there. I hoppe your trip goes great!
4 years ago
betsb Eric, You are right, it was an earlier Dawes on both ancestry and Family Search. It was late when I posted. The ancestry doc was published in 1938 but it was referring to the first commissioner in 1838, which was a Dawes.

Please forgive my error. I'm on a similar quest for a Martin in Virginia. Keep hitting dead ends. betty
2 years ago
Eric Ray Jelle No problem Betty, when burning the midnight oil I often have to re-check all of my work and especially typing;-). I appreciate your efforts and hope your Martin turns up - folks in that area are often found wandering through counties and DC, VA, MD in the earl 1800's it is hard to know just where to look. Eric
2 years ago
 
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