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A personal genealogy website dedicated to preserving family history, honoring our ancestors and helping others in their family search. My website has family reports for various surnames, including Farmer, Heffington, Smith, Cooper, McBride, and others. Also includes maps, webrings, Native American pages, history and more! Stop by and visit and apply for my genealogy award while you are there!
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1300+ surnames 6,800+ entries. In depth bio's, LOTS of transcribed records, documents, census, birth, marriage, death, obits, will, probate, cemetery listings, articles, publications, deeds, maps, military, church records, school census, more all the time! Vintage postcards & MANY photos. Research tips, local history section, truth and lore & SO MUCH MORE!
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Website of the Kalloch Reunion Association, founded in 1867. Descendants of Finley Kelloch (Killough) who settled in Warren, ME in 1735. Finley's family came from County Antrim N. Ireland in 1718. Has database of Finley's descendants and database of the webmaster which includes many old New England families.

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