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Reply lendagutle
5:02 PM on March 19, 2018 
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Reply Joanne
10:21 PM on March 15, 2018 
Kenelm Winslow was born on May 3, 1635, in Marshfield, Massachusetts, his father, Kenelm, was 38 and his mother, Eleanor, was 37 (It means that Job had siblings, please look into that if you want to be accurate). He married Mercy Worden on September 23, 1667, in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. They had one child during their marriage. He died on November 11, 1715, in Harwich, Massachusetts, having lived a long life of 80 years, and was buried in East Dennis, Massachusetts.
Reply TimothybeK
8:02 PM on March 4, 2018 
There are some interesting points in time in this article however I don?t know if I see all of them heart to heart. There's some validity however I will take maintain opinion till I look into it further. Good article , thanks and we wish more! Added to FeedBurner as nicely http://hellowh985mm.com
Reply Shelli Muldoon
5:50 PM on February 10, 2018 
Hello Shelly, I believe we are related in the Betz line. I would love to connect.
Reply Dawn McQueen-Shaw
11:45 PM on January 17, 2017 
Good evening Shelly,
My ^6 great-grandfather was Dugall McQueen...I just wanted to sign your guestbook and thank you for the work that you have researched and provided...love reading about our past and get to know our loved ones in this private way...once again thank you!
Reply Fred Betz
4:16 PM on April 14, 2016 
Hello Shelly,
I noticed that Heinrich Betz b. 1852 in Kolb had children who were born in Messer: Peter, Frank, Henry Jacob b. 1871. His daughter Katherine was born in Selicka in 1792. I can find no Volga German village with that name. There?s a Selyanka or Frankreich on the wiesenseite (west side) of the Volga.

My ancestors settled in Messer, Russia about 50 miles south of Saratov in 1767. Other Betz families settled in Kolb about that time. Our family moved to Neu-Messer in 1863. I?ve long suspected that there were some connections between the Kolb and Messer and Neu-Messer Betz families.
Do you have any information that would be helpful?

Thanks,

Fred Betz

North Bend, Oregon
Reply Fred Betz
4:16 PM on April 14, 2016 
Hello Shelly,
I noticed that Heinrich Betz b. 1852 in Kolb had children who were born in Messer: Peter, Frank, Henry Jacob b. 1871. His daughter Katherine was born in Selicka in 1792. I can find no Volga German village with that name. There?s a Selyanka or Frankreich on the wiesenseite (west side) of the Volga.

My ancestors settled in Messer, Russia about 50 miles south of Saratov in 1767. Other Betz families settled in Kolb about that time. Our family moved to Neu-Messer in 1863. I?ve long suspected that there were some connections between the Kolb and Messer and Neu-Messer Betz families.
Do you have any information that would be helpful?

Thanks,

Fred Betz

North Bend, Oregon
Reply Annette Drake
4:42 PM on January 28, 2015 
My great-great-great grandmothers maiden name was Margaret McQueen. She was born March 3, 1788 in Loudoun County, Virginia. She married Samuel George Pownall. She died in Ohio in 1844. I am working on my family tree and have not been able to continue with Margarets lineage. Do you have any knowledge of her?
Reply Tommy Brown
11:26 AM on January 20, 2015 
I believe your geneology of James Brown to be incorrect. He was born around 1776 and moved to Bethel Township, Miami County, Ohio. He later died in Tazewell County, ILLINOIS. (Not Virginia). His son was Abram Brown and died in Noble County, Indiana. The Kirkham surname was carried on by several of his proven descendants. Somehow the two James Browns were confused at some point, by someone and this mistake carried on by dozens of Brown researchers.
Reply Jason Hoyt Betz
10:50 AM on March 12, 2014 
Hi Jenny ,

wonderful work you have done here . I love the picture of Grandpa and Grandma Betz , I have not seen that one . I guess we must be cousins =)

Kind regards, Jason Betz