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Bateman and Adams Family
Many of the early people were born in England and moved to CANADA.
Many still live in ENGLAND, but most are from Canada.
About the earliest date I have recorded is from about the 1880's,
everything before that has a lot of blanks (missing names, dates,
people, etc.) The latest dates I have recorded is 1997.
Chris Gort and Elaine
Olthuis Family Home Page
As is the case with most genealogical research, my own interest
started with a curiosity about my own ancestors. After collecting
all that had been done already by an uncle and a second cousin I had
the Gort ancestry in place. I then switched to the ancestors of my
spouse, Elaine Olthuis, and collected a great deal of information
from relatives to complete at least her mother's side of the family,
namely the Wierenga's.
Doukhobor Genealogy Website
The prime internet source connecting researchers of Doukhobor
genealogy. This site dedicated to the reclamation, discovery,
collection, preservation and free sharing of information related to
Doukhobor family history
If your researching the Wallis and Gee family in Canada, this is the
place to look!
One Family -
Our paths brought us from Europe about 250 years ago, at least for
some of us. The rest waited in Europe for about 100 years and then
made the trip across the water. We moved west as the country was
opened up - from Pennsylvania, to Ohio, and on to Indiana and Iowa.
Some of us touched down in Illinois and Nebraska for a time, and
then our paths brought us to western Canada --- "The Last Best West"
as it was called by some in those days. Many of us still call
Alberta our home. Some have moved on to make their fortunes
elsewhere, but we are still a family.
Turner Low Ray Allen Gallager Hickson Hockley Thomas Nexus
This is a page of stuff regarding the histories of the families of
Francis Charles Turner and Janet Elizabeth Low.
Meadow Bed & Breakfast
A graciously restored architectural land mark in Ponoka’s Battle
River area was built in the early 1900’s by Walter Gee and has
remained in the family since. The innkeepers have been busy
refurbishing this grand house taking care to insure the originality
including the hardwood floors and woodwork. Be sure to visit
Marro Farm while