Monthly Archives: April 2016

New Blog Launched by Archaeology Dept. at Durham University

I am pleased to share this message with you all from, Chris Gerrard, Head of the Department of Archaeology at Durham University, regarding the Scottish Soldiers project: I received it today at 3:17 am. “Dear all, You are invited to visit a … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Weekly Updates

Much information has been added to these two pages today: John Upton (Rupton), #27 on the “Scots in Lynn 1653. Iron Works Inventory” (Includes surnames: Thompson, Frost, Fraile, Mackintire, Marsh, Stimpson, Gray, Wilkins and Hayward.) William Cahoon, #12 on ‘The Dunbar … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Weekly Updates!

As of today I have created 106 personal pages on the SPOWs from the Battle of Dunbar and Worcester. I have seven newly updated and added pages to share with you this week. If one of these is your ancestor … Continue reading

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The Scots, Forgotten Founders of America

The Scots, Forgotten Founders of America…a free talk open to the public tonight in Charlestown, Massachusetts! WHEN: Tonight, Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 7:00 pm WHERE: Charlestown, Massachusetts, in the Education Room of the Bunker Hill Museum. HOSTS: The Charlestown … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Weekly Updates!

Wednesday’s Weekly Updates! Here are some newly updated pages: John Clark, #6 on the “Scots at Lynn 1653. Iron Works Inventory” Updated/Edited: 6 April 2016 The surname MOODY is also associated with this family. William Anderson, on the ‘John and Sara’ … Continue reading

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