ON AUGUST 7, 2015, DIANE'S INCREDIBLE JOURNEY ON EARTH CAME TO AN END. HER FAMILY MEMBERS WILL CONTINUE ON WITH HER GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH, INSPIRED BY HER ENTHUSIASM AND PASSION FOR CONNECTING FAMILY MEMBERS AND DOCUMENTING THE PAST. PLEASE JOIN US IN CELEBRATING HER LIFE BY ADDING FLOWERS TO HER FINDAGRAVE MEMORIAL PAGE (Memorial# 150643866 - LINKED BELOW). |
Diane's original bio:
I have been interested in my Family History for most of my life; My Father's side of the family came primarily from Scotland and England (although many remain there still), with some of them settling in Ontario, Canada, a few on to Michigan, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and many to California. My Mother's maternal side of the family gave us those who came from Germany and settled in Wisconsin; her paternal side gave us the people who came from Scotland and Ireland and settled mostly in Virginia. With time, many found their way across the United States and ended up staying in California, with others remaining in States along the way. Now, my children are researching their Father's side, who are mainly from Ireland, with many who settled in Connecticut. So, as with most people, we are scattered all over the World.
Wallace, Armstrong, Newman, Brown, Jameson, Youell, McCutcheon, Boyd, Hodge, Porterfield, McCreary, Crawford, Callison, Graham, Nelson, Young, Hobson, Stone, Hannagan, Parker, Allan, Ogilvie, Colleby, White, Place, Gilders, Graf, Netcher, Schuster, Schultz, Keller, Debrey, Board, McCann, Phelon, Gregan, Hayes... (and, of course, all of the families who joined ours by marriages: Binford, Coffman, Craig, Devenny, Steptoe, Yancey, Glass, Glover, Guerrant, Shiflett, Chewning, Fry, Via, Sitlington, Gorman, Campbell, Dyche, Sherman, Bretschneider, Quevedo, Thompson, Duarte, Correia.)
The more I find, the more there is yet to find.