|Don Justin, CWO USN (Retired) (#46626219)|
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I was born and raised in Michigan. Retired U.S. Naval Officer (1969-1991) and retired federal civil service (Dept. of Navy) Director of Public Safety (NCBC Gulfport, 1992-2003). A widower, I lived aboard a classic 1919 52' Trumpy wood motor-yacht that I restored and lived on in Key West, Florida. Lost her to Hurricane Sandy and now I'm back ashore in Pensacola, Florida.|
"Sailors know that the sea is dangerous, the storms and war's terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore".
The Justin Clan (my Faternal Branch) arrived in New England circa 1630. Migrating through Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont and into the Mohawk Valley of New York circa 1790. The extended Justin Clan migrated to St. Clair County, Michigan circa 1840 and spread into Sanilac, Lapeer, Midland, Gladwin & Saginaw counties.
The McGee Clan (my Maternal Branch), the MaGee and McCullar families emigrated from Island Maghee, County Antrim in what is now Northern Ireland in 1770 on the ship Hopewell out of Belfast, Ireland to Savannah, Georgia Colony. The extended MaGee - McCullar Clans migrated east from Burke County Georgia to Franklin County Tennessee circa 1807. The McGee Clan pushed west into the new Missouri Terrority, and settled in what is now Jefferson County, Missouri.
I am responsible for any and all mistakes in this file. Please leave me a note or comment if you discover an error or wish to add information.
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|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Hey there Don!|
Just saw the updates for Elizabeth M Johnson Justin.
Decided to throw together a family tree for the family on ancestry.
Figured out who Geneva Belle Justin Married
She first married a Goss and had two children.
Arthur R Goss
She then married a Fred Spencer and had Burton V Spencer
Take a look at my tree on ancestry.
Florence and Arthur took on the Spencer name in a couple of the Census.
Do hope this helps with that branch. Will look for the sister of Geneva as well. In the 1900 US Census Elizabeth M Johnson Justin stated that only two of her 3 children were still alive...so I am searching for the death of Harriet. Will keep you posted.
Here is her headstone
|Christine McClintock||McClintock Relations|
How are you related to the McClintock's? Just curious as I have seen your profile picture on quite a number of the trees for the McClintock Family on Ancestry and here on Find-A Grave. Just curious is all. Thanks!
|Terri Johnson||RE: Justin family|
I'll make the transfers! Thank you for caring for them.
|Terri Johnson||Justin family|
Would you like me to transfer the Justin's I have added?
|Twist||Edward Frank Justin, Sr|
Wow are you quick!! Is he a relative of yours?
Added by Twist on Jul 31, 2014 5:37 PM
|Marguerite||headstone photo added to Infant Justin # 131932949|
Lambs Cemetery in St. Clair County, Michigan
|k. jordan||OWEN JOSEPH JUSTIN|
WOULD YOU LIKE ME TO TRANSFER OWEN JOSEPH JUSTIN(#130797326) AND HIS WIFE TO YOU?
|GeekyGraveGirl||RE: Justin memorials|
You're welcome. These are memorials with which I have no personal connection- Lew passed them on to me since I photograph the cemetery. I like to get and keep families together whenever possible (and make less work for myself). And you're right... this is fun!
|Linda Hodgkinson||Sgt John Abbey|
Your soldier's prayer is beautiful.
|Marguerite||RE: Richard A. Justin Photo|
Great ! Your dates matched perfect - so glad you found an important family member.
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