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D Miller

Gender:Male
Age:60's
Country:
 USA
Joined:April 26 2009 (5 years ago)
D is an active member of the site Boyd Web Site
D visited once, last visit on July 26 2012 (2 years ago)

Other site memberships (by number of visits)

Miller Web SiteSite manager, since Apr 26 2009
STAPLES FAMILIES Web SiteMember, since June 27 2011
Cunningham Web SiteMember, since Nov 5 2011
Family site (Family Tree Legends)Member, since Dec 9 2011
Jennings Family Tree Web SiteMember, since Apr 5 2011
STJERNHOLM Web SiteMember, since Sep 18 2011
Lowe-Krout Web SiteMember, since Mar 2 2012
Weber/Weaver/Biegen Family WebsiteMember, since Sep 7 2013
Gevert Gladebeck Web SiteMember, since Oct 23 2011
ANDREWS4 Web SiteMember, since Oct 26 2011
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Jane Morrison Dear D Miller, I am related to William LINDSAY (1753–30 June 1786) [1780 on Colvend tombstone], son of William LINDSAY (c. 1707–7 Sep 1762) and Helen BLAIR (d. 1 Feb 1781) of Colvend, Kirkcudbright, Scotland. William LINDSAY (the younger) was a merchant in Charleston, South Carolina. His sister, Ann LINDSAY (c. 1743–1773), is one of my direct forebears. William's will (Probate granted 3 July 1786) provided for the children of his deceased sisters, Ann and Jean. Do you know anything more about William LINDSAY the Charleston merchant? If you would like to share information about the LINDSAY family, I am happy to do so. Email: jmor7639@bigpond.net.au, Kind Regards, Jane Morrison
one year ago
Lisa Reynolds Dear D Miller, My name is Lisa Reynolds. My dad is Julian Reynolds and my family tree on myheritage website had matches with your website, especially with Thomas Eugene Alonzo Stewart and Minnie Elizabeth Julian Stewart. My father was named for the Julian family. I am new to this website but just want to touch base with you and let you know that I am here and you are more than welcome to visit my tree if you wish as it does seem that we are related somewhere down the line. Wishing you many blessings in your family research. :)
197 days ago
 
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