|Most of my ancestors originated
in the United Kingdom.The Brunsons, the Dwinnells,
the Masters and the Tripps were among the first
North American arrivals in the 1630s. The Blacks,
the Blackstocks, the Frenches, the Haws, the
Nelsons, the Leonards, the Mulligans and the Perrins
all left England and Ireland for Upper Canada
between 1817 and 1825. The Heaslips and Magills left
Cavan County, Ireland for Canada in the 1840s.
I also have many links to Lanarkshire, Scotland through my paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Clarkson Brown [1898-1935]. Her family histories include the Browns, the Greenshields, the Prentices and the Reids. My more immediate English lines include the Jameses and the Smalls.
|If you are researching any of the
following families, just double click on the
underlined surname. Information is provided for
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Please email me if you visit my site. I'm an accredited genealogist with over twenty years' experience and I'm always interested in hearing from new cousins.
All the best,
Karen E. Black, MLS, PLCGS
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|Scottish Lines||ALLAN, BALLANTYNE, BROWN, GOLD, GREENSHIELDS, MCNEIL, PRENTICE, REID, RODGER, SHEARER|
|Irish Lines||ALLEN, BLACK [see below], Blackstock, DERENZY/De RENZIE, ENTWISTLE, HATTON, HEASLIP, MULLIGAN [see below], NUNN, REID, TRIMBLE, WATERS, WRIGHT|
|Canadian Lines||BLACK, BLACKSTOCK,
BRONSON/BRUNSON, DWINELL/DWINNELL, ENSLEY, FRANKS [see below], HAW, LEONARD, MAGILL/MCGILL, MASTERS, MULLIGAN, NELSON,
REID, SCARROW, SNODDON, TRIPP
|English Lines|| FRENCH , JAMES, FRANKS,
|American Lines||BRONSON/BRUNSON (See Bronsons above)
DWINELL/DWINNELL, ENSLEY/ENZLEY, MASTERS, NELSON, TRIPP [See Masters, Nelson and Tripp above]
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