Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] family trees
- Go toand click on 'Intro &Resources' under 'Family History'.The Yon information is near the bottom of that page.Best regards,Alexander Schulenburg----- Original Message -----From: cryswil27Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2007 7:20 AMSubject: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] family treesHi - on the old website link we had access to the YON family trees -
where do i find it now? I can't seem to get access to the old link -
I've just come across some information that my great-great-
grandmother was possibly a YON - so i need to check that family
trees again. Murphy's law was that i deleted the word documents that
i downloaded off my computer last week!!! and now last night someone
tells me she was a YON!
Crystal - Cape Town - South Africa
--- In email@example.com, "dngskll"
> Does anyone know when the surname Thomas became so numerous on the
> island. In the 1814 census there appeared to be only 1 Thomas.
> must mean that the name quickly became popular from some other
> My G Grandmother Henrietta Thomas was born in Jamestown in 1848.
> father Evan Thomas married and died on the island but I could not
> birth evidence. From his death entry he was born c1822. This
> wall as to who his parents were and where he was born has been
> my research for 2 years. His name sounds Welsh. Perhaps his
> brought his family over with a regimental posting? Any guesses at
> stage would be welcome. Have any other "Thomas" researchers
> delve further back than the middle of the 19th century?
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