It has been a while since any major update,
but it will be worth it, the new data coming up, will fill in many gaps, and confirm
many areas that were in question. Apologize to the families that I have not been
able to get up the obituaries and will honor everyone soon.
Besides cleaning up the pages and reviewing
for erros. The additions will include.
Lots more obituaries, pictures and new lines.
Image Census, and Newspaper articles.
Links to gravestone pictures
Mrs Edward Connors' wife Margaret Brown, parents are now found. A new line
Kealy will be added.
James S or L. Mengle Father has been confirmed as Charles.
Our founding father of Mengel's was born in Swizterland. This is now documented.
Lots of new obituaries to help confirm lines will be coming soon.
Let's get it as accurate as possible
I can't correct any errors if you don't inform me..
For the cousins who share their knowledge,
and emailed me, we all thank you.
This site is free for our families,
it can't be complete till the gaps are all filled in.
The families that don't wish to add or share
what can I say.... let's start filling the gaps in.
The more you send the more the Tree can Grow.
We have people from all over the world contacting us.
Your Suggestions, Additions, Corrections,
What you would like to be added, What you don't like or do like about the site.all are
welcome, and very appreciated.
****Our Robert Connors and Ed Carey***
are written about in the book War
Stories: The Men of the Airborne by Bart Hagerman - 1993 - - 334 pages
wonderful reading , don't miss this one..
even if your family isn't connected..
Freedom has a price
I would like to add the family members that gave their lives or have given service to our
for our freedom
Without them we would not be living in the world we are today.
We thank each and everyone
A Separate Page will be add for all Verterans.
We all Honor You.
We are so Proud of You.
There are but
two lasting gifts you can give your children: one is roots---the other---wings.
researhing the line, I have found out,, we had a cousin who died in the Battle of the
We also had family, at the Battle of the Bulge that survived. Cousins fighting side by
Several died in wars and many more of our family has serviced.
Grab a cup of Tea,
come right in and browse around. Hope you enjoy your visit.
This will be growing
everyday so Check Back Often
As with all trees, if there is any errors. I gladly will correct them or
if you would like to add information , have a question or suggestion , it is more
Remember to never take information as fact till verifed.
I would love to hear from people and their stories to bring our tree to life.
Sign my Guest Book or make a comment or request for information.
this takes alot of time to appear, it will though.
Many thanks to Joan Fullen
Kinter for all the Research on the Family Line.
A very Special Thank You to Mr. George Wolfe, for his contributions to the line.
His wonderful research skills and dedication to the family tree has been a major break
Many Thanks to Mr. Robert A. Noon. We just can't thank you enough for your help and
I am redoing the site, there maybe be
errors at this time. Please be patience.
More information on Military
Easier navigation to get around the site.
Much much more.
Maybe some history on English workhouses.
I was not aware some of the Irish line didn't know about them.
Will try to write little history of surname and coat of Arms soon.
The surnames are very interesting..
Take the Carey Name...it means Dark Hair People..that is the Irish Carey's.
Are you aware in Irish History on the Wedding Night ..an Englishman was the first to take
the Irish bride
before her husband did, it was the law.
I had one Carey..finding out one of his ancestor was born in England...but found out the
parents were Irish...
His reply was ...DON"T tell me I'm English...I'll kill myself..
After hearing about the workhouse.and the parents born in Ireland.
He put his rope away and the cap back on the poison bottle..
It's O.K. if there is English in your
line , cousin.
.as Margie Connors would say...
There is only two kinds of people.
Those that are Irish, and those who wish they were Irish.
So you got Irish in you , that is all that counts.
Some of us are Irish by injection, ..married into it , .that counts too.
If your heritage is not what you thought ...Remember you still come from a wonderful
We all are special., ...but am sure a true Irishman will never tell you he has English in
Now , Now Cousins , some of us do have English in them..
I 'm not one of them or maybe I just didn't find it yet.
Well, cousin do you still have the rope and poison in case I have some strange blood in
I found allot of surprises along the way.
Be Proud of your Heritage no matter what it is...
My Husband wasn't upset about his Irish and English blood,
but was very upset when we found out that his Great Grandfather came from Germany.
He told me, all his life he was told of a certain heritage. ..now he isn't..said
it ruined his whole identity..
Well, he has a good Irish name..and what's wrong with German?
Shhhhh...don't ask him if he is German....
I guess, we are tied to our Heritage more then we realize.
I am of German / Irish Descent....as far as I know...
My Children are League of Nations.
They have Irish on both sides.
Anyone on this tree is Irish by Injection.
If you know someone on this site,
Your Irish by Connection.
I don't know to many people that would be upset to find out their Irish.
Everyone celebrates St. Patrick's Day.
I am Proud of Us All
No matter What Country your Ancestors came.