Ingalls inq v.04, no.1 - 2 ; The Ingalls inquirer (Mar. 1987 - Nov. 1987)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Ingalls (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England Germany, Norway, Poland, Scotland, and Switzerland. Some focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Edmund Ingalls (born ca. 1598-died 1648) who was born in Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England, the son of Robert Ingalls. In 1629, Edmund with his brother, Francis, and other family members immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts and settled Lynn, Massachusetts. Edmund married Ann or Annis Telbe. His brother, Francis married Mary. In the 1600-1700s, some settled in Nova Scotia (Canada), Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Tennessee. During the 1800s, some moved to Alberta and Quebec (Canada), California, the Dakota Territory, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Vermont, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in Alberta (Canda), and in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and elsewhere. Records include excerpts from Bible records, diaries, histories, journals, and newspapers, and include extracts, photocopies, and transcripts of baptisms, births, bishops' transcripts, burials, cemetery inscriptions, census, court records, deeds, deaths, directories, land records, marriages, military records, obituaries, parish registers, pensions, tombstone inscriptions, wills, and other official records. Years covered are from 1384 to the present.

Creator
Schrader, Arlene Ingalls, Burleigh, Charles
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
Ingalls family, Angell family, Engoll family, Engols family, Iengals family, Inailge family, Inalgs family, Inallgs family, Inalogs family, Ingale family, Ingales family, Ingall family, Angle family, Ingals family, Ingalsal family, Ingamalls family, Inganall family, Ingell family, Ingels family, Inggold family, Inggolde family, Inghold family, Ingialld family, Eingelles family, Inglals family, Inglaye family, Ingle family, Ingles family, Inglis family, Ingold family, Ingolde family, Ingolds family, Ingoll family, Ingolle family, Engall family, Ingolles family, Ingolls family, Ingols family, Ingould family, Ingoulle family, Ingull family, Ingulls family, Inoilge family, Inoilgs family, Inolgs family, Engalls family, Engel family, Engell family, Engelles family, Engle family

The Urlar, no. 82 - 85 (1997)

Journal for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Macpherson Clan (and variant spellings) who came mainly from Scotland, and settled in the United States of America. Tradition says that Gillicattan Mor Mac Gillespick came to the Lochaber region of Scotland, east of Loch Ness, where he founded Clanchattan. Three of Gillichattan Mor's sons founded branches of the Old Clanchattan (Clan Chattan). Murriach, his younger son founded Clann Mhuirich. His grandson, Duncan was called the Parson of Parish Laggan. From this came the name ""Macpherson"" or ""Mac-a-Phearsain"" in Gaelic, meaning ""Son of the Parson."" This became the family's surname in the 15th century. Macphersons (and variant spellings) moved from Scotland to Australia, Canada, England, New Zealand, South Africa, the United States, Wales, and elsewhere. Some settled in Ontario and Quebec (Canada), and in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., Wisconsin, Wyoming, and elsewhere. This journal has reports and announcements of national Highland Games, Clan Gatherings, art, biographical sketches, culture, folklore, genealogy, history, literature, and other items of interest. Years covered are 1400 to the present.

Creator
Clan Macpherson Association. United States Branch
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
Macpherson family, Mac Phearsain family, Fersen family, Gillespie family, Pearson family, MacPhearson family, MacPherson family, Macphersone family, McPherson family, Mcpherson family, MacGowan family, Mhuirich family, Murdock family

Le Houallet, v. 29 (1997)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Houellet (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from France, and settled in Canada in the 1600-1700s, especially in Quebec. Ren Ho allet, Hoelet, or Rouallet (1635-1722) was the son of Francois Ouellet and Elizabeth Bare who was born at Ste Anne de la Pocati re. He left Paris, France and settled in Canada ca. 1662. In 1666, Ren married Anne Rivet in Quebec, and had three sons. Anne died in 1675. In 1679, Ren married Th r se Mignot, and had two sons and four daughters. In the 1800s, some descendants moved to British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan (Canada), and to Illinois, Massachusetts, and Michigan. Later families also lived in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Northwest Territory, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Saskatchewan (Canada), Africa, France, Haiti, New Zealand, South America, and in Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Washington D.C., Wisconsin, and elsewhere. The Association of the Oellet-te Families of Quebec, Inc. (Association of the Ouellet-te Families of America) was organized in 1966, with headquarters in Quebec. For more information see their Web site. This newsletter is printed in both French and English, and their Web site provides a translation feature.

Creator
Association des Familles O ellet-te du Quebec, Inc. (La Pocati re, Qu bec), Ouellet, Joseph-Eug ne, Ouellet, Jean-Robert, Ouellet, Alphonse
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Houallet family, Hoelet family, Houilet family, Houlet family, Oelet family, Oelette family, Oellet family, Oellette family, Oielette family, Oielle family, Oiellet family, Oilet family, Hoilet family, Oilette family, Oillet family, Ouaillet family, Oualet family, Oualette family, Ouallet family, Ouallette family, Ouelet family, Ouelett family, Ouelette family, Houailet family, Ouelle family, Ouellet family, Ouellette family, Ouellon family, Oueslet family, Oueslette family, Ouillet family, Oulle family, Oullet family, Oylet family, Houalet family, Oyllet family, Rouallet family, Welet family, Welette family, Wellet family, Wellette family, Wilet family, Willet family, Willete family, Willette family, Houalette family, Houallette family, Houelet family, Houellet family, Houellette family

Le Houallet, v. 37 (2005)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Houellet (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from France, and settled in Canada in the 1600-1700s, especially in Quebec. Ren Ho allet, Hoelet, or Rouallet (1635-1722) was the son of Francois Ouellet and Elizabeth Bare who was born at Ste Anne de la Pocati re. He left Paris, France and settled in Canada ca. 1662. In 1666, Ren married Anne Rivet in Quebec, and had three sons. Anne died in 1675. In 1679, Ren married Th r se Mignot, and had two sons and four daughters. In the 1800s, some descendants moved to British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan (Canada), and to Illinois, Massachusetts, and Michigan. Later families also lived in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Northwest Territory, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Saskatchewan (Canada), Africa, France, Haiti, New Zealand, South America, and in Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Washington D.C., Wisconsin, and elsewhere. The Association of the Oellet-te Families of Quebec, Inc. (Association of the Ouellet-te Families of America) was organized in 1966, with headquarters in Quebec. For more information see their Web site. This newsletter is printed in both French and English, and their Web site provides a translation feature.

Creator
Association des Familles O ellet-te du Quebec, Inc. (La Pocati re, Qu bec), Ouellet, Joseph-Eug ne, Ouellet, Jean-Robert, Ouellet, Alphonse
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Houallet family, Hoelet family, Houilet family, Houlet family, Oelet family, Oelette family, Oellet family, Oellette family, Oielette family, Oielle family, Oiellet family, Oilet family, Hoilet family, Oilette family, Oillet family, Ouaillet family, Oualet family, Oualette family, Ouallet family, Ouallette family, Ouelet family, Ouelett family, Ouelette family, Houailet family, Ouelle family, Ouellet family, Ouellette family, Ouellon family, Oueslet family, Oueslette family, Ouillet family, Oulle family, Oullet family, Oylet family, Houalet family, Oyllet family, Rouallet family, Welet family, Welette family, Wellet family, Wellette family, Wilet family, Willet family, Willete family, Willette family, Houalette family, Houallette family, Houelet family, Houellet family, Houellette family

Ingalls inq v.03, no.1 - 3 ; The Ingalls inquirer (Mar. 1986 - Nov. 1986)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Ingalls (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England Germany, Norway, Poland, Scotland, and Switzerland. Some focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Edmund Ingalls (born ca. 1598-died 1648) who was born in Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England, the son of Robert Ingalls. In 1629, Edmund with his brother, Francis, and other family members immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts and settled Lynn, Massachusetts. Edmund married Ann or Annis Telbe. His brother, Francis married Mary. In the 1600-1700s, some settled in Nova Scotia (Canada), Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Tennessee. During the 1800s, some moved to Alberta and Quebec (Canada), California, the Dakota Territory, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Vermont, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in Alberta (Canda), and in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and elsewhere. Records include excerpts from Bible records, diaries, histories, journals, and newspapers, and include extracts, photocopies, and transcripts of baptisms, births, bishops' transcripts, burials, cemetery inscriptions, census, court records, deeds, deaths, directories, land records, marriages, military records, obituaries, parish registers, pensions, tombstone inscriptions, wills, and other official records. Years covered are from 1384 to the present.

Creator
Schrader, Arlene Ingalls, Burleigh, Charles
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
Ingalls family, Angell family, Engoll family, Engols family, Iengals family, Inailge family, Inalgs family, Inallgs family, Inalogs family, Ingale family, Ingales family, Ingall family, Angle family, Ingals family, Ingalsal family, Ingamalls family, Inganall family, Ingell family, Ingels family, Inggold family, Inggolde family, Inghold family, Ingialld family, Eingelles family, Inglals family, Inglaye family, Ingle family, Ingles family, Inglis family, Ingold family, Ingolde family, Ingolds family, Ingoll family, Ingolle family, Engall family, Ingolles family, Ingolls family, Ingols family, Ingould family, Ingoulle family, Ingull family, Ingulls family, Inoilge family, Inoilgs family, Inolgs family, Engalls family, Engel family, Engell family, Engelles family, Engle family

Ingalls inq v.09, no.1 - 3; The Ingalls inquirer (Mar. 1992 - Nov. 1992))

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Ingalls (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England Germany, Norway, Poland, Scotland, and Switzerland. Some focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Edmund Ingalls (born ca. 1598-died 1648) who was born in Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England, the son of Robert Ingalls. In 1629, Edmund with his brother, Francis, and other family members immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts and settled Lynn, Massachusetts. Edmund married Ann or Annis Telbe. His brother, Francis married Mary. In the 1600-1700s, some settled in Nova Scotia (Canada), Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Tennessee. During the 1800s, some moved to Alberta and Quebec (Canada), California, the Dakota Territory, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Vermont, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in Alberta (Canda), and in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and elsewhere. Records include excerpts from Bible records, diaries, histories, journals, and newspapers, and include extracts, photocopies, and transcripts of baptisms, births, bishops' transcripts, burials, cemetery inscriptions, census, court records, deeds, deaths, directories, land records, marriages, military records, obituaries, parish registers, pensions, tombstone inscriptions, wills, and other official records. Years covered are from 1384 to the present.

Creator
Schrader, Arlene Ingalls, Burleigh, Charles
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
Ingalls family, Angell family, Engoll family, Engols family, Iengals family, Inailge family, Inalgs family, Inallgs family, Inalogs family, Ingale family, Ingales family, Ingall family, Angle family, Ingals family, Ingalsal family, Ingamalls family, Inganall family, Ingell family, Ingels family, Inggold family, Inggolde family, Inghold family, Ingialld family, Eingelles family, Inglals family, Inglaye family, Ingle family, Ingles family, Inglis family, Ingold family, Ingolde family, Ingolds family, Ingoll family, Ingolle family, Engall family, Ingolles family, Ingolls family, Ingols family, Ingould family, Ingoulle family, Ingull family, Ingulls family, Inoilge family, Inoilgs family, Inolgs family, Engalls family, Engel family, Engell family, Engelles family, Engle family

Ingalls inq v.06, no.1 - 3; The Ingalls inquirer (Mar. 1989 - Nov. 1989)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Ingalls (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England Germany, Norway, Poland, Scotland, and Switzerland. Some focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Edmund Ingalls (born ca. 1598-died 1648) who was born in Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England, the son of Robert Ingalls. In 1629, Edmund with his brother, Francis, and other family members immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts and settled Lynn, Massachusetts. Edmund married Ann or Annis Telbe. His brother, Francis married Mary. In the 1600-1700s, some settled in Nova Scotia (Canada), Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Tennessee. During the 1800s, some moved to Alberta and Quebec (Canada), California, the Dakota Territory, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Vermont, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in Alberta (Canda), and in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and elsewhere. Records include excerpts from Bible records, diaries, histories, journals, and newspapers, and include extracts, photocopies, and transcripts of baptisms, births, bishops' transcripts, burials, cemetery inscriptions, census, court records, deeds, deaths, directories, land records, marriages, military records, obituaries, parish registers, pensions, tombstone inscriptions, wills, and other official records. Years covered are from 1384 to the present.

Creator
Schrader, Arlene Ingalls, Burleigh, Charles
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
Ingalls family, Angell family, Engoll family, Engols family, Iengals family, Inailge family, Inalgs family, Inallgs family, Inalogs family, Ingale family, Ingales family, Ingall family, Angle family, Ingals family, Ingalsal family, Ingamalls family, Inganall family, Ingell family, Ingels family, Inggold family, Inggolde family, Inghold family, Ingialld family, Eingelles family, Inglals family, Inglaye family, Ingle family, Ingles family, Inglis family, Ingold family, Ingolde family, Ingolds family, Ingoll family, Ingolle family, Engall family, Ingolles family, Ingolls family, Ingols family, Ingould family, Ingoulle family, Ingull family, Ingulls family, Inoilge family, Inoilgs family, Inolgs family, Engalls family, Engel family, Engell family, Engelles family, Engle family

The Urlar, no. 118 - 121 (2006)

Journal for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Macpherson Clan (and variant spellings) who came mainly from Scotland, and settled in the United States of America. Tradition says that Gillicattan Mor Mac Gillespick came to the Lochaber region of Scotland, east of Loch Ness, where he founded Clanchattan. Three of Gillichattan Mor's sons founded branches of the Old Clanchattan (Clan Chattan). Murriach, his younger son founded Clann Mhuirich. His grandson, Duncan was called the Parson of Parish Laggan. From this came the name ""Macpherson"" or ""Mac-a-Phearsain"" in Gaelic, meaning ""Son of the Parson."" This became the family's surname in the 15th century. Macphersons (and variant spellings) moved from Scotland to Australia, Canada, England, New Zealand, South Africa, the United States, Wales, and elsewhere. Some settled in Ontario and Quebec (Canada), and in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., Wisconsin, Wyoming, and elsewhere. This journal has reports and announcements of national Highland Games, Clan Gatherings, art, biographical sketches, culture, folklore, genealogy, history, literature, and other items of interest. Years covered are 1400 to the present.

Creator
Clan Macpherson Association. United States Branch
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
Macpherson family, Mac Phearsain family, Fersen family, Gillespie family, Pearson family, MacPhearson family, MacPherson family, Macphersone family, McPherson family, Mcpherson family, MacGowan family, Mhuirich family, Murdock family

Pettersson v.1, no.1 - 4; The Pettersson papers (expanded edition) (Aug. 1975 - July 1976)

Newsletters are for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Petterssons and their related families who came mainly from England, France, and Sweden. Some focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Olof Niclas Pettersson and Eugenie Marrington. Olof Niclas Pettersson (1851-1947) was born to Pehr Olofsson and Christina Helena Olofsdotter in Kyrkobohls, Garda, Gotland, Sweden. Olof Niclas Pettersson was a seaman and merchant. In 1880, Olof married Eugenie Marrington, the daughter of Ann Lacey and John Donnison in St. Paul's Church, Sunderland, England. They were converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1885, and immigrated to America with other Mormons. Their children were Nicholas Peter, John, Ann Lacey, Eugenie, Matthew Marrington, Charles Emmanuel, and Carl Emmanuel Pettersson. In the late 1800s to early 1900s, their descendants and relatives lived in Canada, New York, and Utah. Later descendants also lived in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New York, Oregon, Texas, and elsewhere.

Creator
Hales, Kenneth Glyn, Pettersson Family Association, Petterson Family Association (Longmont, Colorado)
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials
Subject
Pettersson family, Petterson family, Dea family, Donnison family, Errington family, Fairlamb family, Fairless family, Hales family, Hall family, Haslam family, Horton family, Jacques family, Addison family, Labbe family, Lacey family, Lacie family, De Lacy family, Lacy family, Larsen family, Larson family, Lillyman family, Lilyman family, Livesey family, Allison family, Livesy family, Madill family, Maddock family, Marrington family, Merrington family, Nafus family, Niel family, Olofsdotter family, Olofsson family, Park family, Appellbe family, Parkin family, Parkins family, Preston family, Smith family, Stoddard family, Temple family, Thompson family, Trotter family, Varty family, Warrington family, Appleby family, Atwood family, Cannon family, Clark family, Curtis family

Le Houallet, v. 36 (2004)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Houellet (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from France, and settled in Canada in the 1600-1700s, especially in Quebec. Ren Ho allet, Hoelet, or Rouallet (1635-1722) was the son of Francois Ouellet and Elizabeth Bare who was born at Ste Anne de la Pocati re. He left Paris, France and settled in Canada ca. 1662. In 1666, Ren married Anne Rivet in Quebec, and had three sons. Anne died in 1675. In 1679, Ren married Th r se Mignot, and had two sons and four daughters. In the 1800s, some descendants moved to British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan (Canada), and to Illinois, Massachusetts, and Michigan. Later families also lived in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Northwest Territory, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Saskatchewan (Canada), Africa, France, Haiti, New Zealand, South America, and in Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Washington D.C., Wisconsin, and elsewhere. The Association of the Oellet-te Families of Quebec, Inc. (Association of the Ouellet-te Families of America) was organized in 1966, with headquarters in Quebec. For more information see their Web site. This newsletter is printed in both French and English, and their Web site provides a translation feature.

Creator
Association des Familles O ellet-te du Quebec, Inc. (La Pocati re, Qu bec), Ouellet, Joseph-Eug ne, Ouellet, Jean-Robert, Ouellet, Alphonse
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
Houallet family, Hoelet family, Houilet family, Houlet family, Oelet family, Oelette family, Oellet family, Oellette family, Oielette family, Oielle family, Oiellet family, Oilet family, Hoilet family, Oilette family, Oillet family, Ouaillet family, Oualet family, Oualette family, Ouallet family, Ouallette family, Ouelet family, Ouelett family, Ouelette family, Houailet family, Ouelle family, Ouellet family, Ouellette family, Ouellon family, Oueslet family, Oueslette family, Ouillet family, Oulle family, Oullet family, Oylet family, Houalet family, Oyllet family, Rouallet family, Welet family, Welette family, Wellet family, Wellette family, Wilet family, Willet family, Willete family, Willette family, Houalette family, Houallette family, Houelet family, Houellet family, Houellette family