||ALLAN, BALLANTYNE, BROWN, GOLD, GREENSHIELDS, HILSTON, PRENTICE, REID, RODGER, SHEARER|
||See below for the Canadian offshoots of these
BLACK*, BLACKSTOCK, HEASLIP*, MAGILL/MCGILL,* MULLIGAN,* TRIMBLE, WRIGHT
*possible cystic fibrosis carriers
BLACKSTOCK, BRONSON/BRUNSON (see below), DWINELL/DWINNELL,
ENSLEY, FRENCH, HEASLIP,*
REID, SCARROW, TRIPP,
*possible cystic fibrosis carriers
These British lines also include significant Canadian branches:
FRENCH, HAW, JAMES, FRANKS, PERRIN, SCARROW, SMALL
|See above for Canadian offshoots of these
BRONSON/BRUNSON, DINGMAN, DWINNELL (see above), ENSLEY/ENZLEY, MASTERS, NELSON, TRIPP
ALLEN, ALLEN, ANISMAN, BEAUCAGE, CITRON, BROWNLEE, DERENZY/De RENZIE, ENTWISTLE, FRANKS, HATTON, KATZ, KLUG, MELANSON, MCNEIL, MORRELL, NUNN, REID, SNODDON, VERBAKEL
|My most distant known paternal
ancestor is John Black (1798-1871) who was born in
Co. Down, Ireland and immigrated with his wife
Elizabeth Trimble and their family to Mariposa Twp.,
Victoria Co., Ontario, Canada in May 1825. John and
Elizabeth have at least five thousand descendants so
far. I'm currently trying to find out if cystic
fibrosis originated with this couple or was brought
into the family a couple of generations later. My
late father and at least one of his paternal uncles
are believed to have been carriers of F508del, the most
common CF mutation. Testing with 23andMe helped
confirm my dad was a carrier. If you aware of any
incidence of cystic fibrosis in the descendants of
John and Elizabeth Black, please email
My most distant known maternal ancestor is Hannah (Kruel) Carle (1769-1839) who may have been born in Belgium. She settled with her American husband Daniel Masters in Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario, Canada in the 1790s.
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 surnames include Ballantyne, Brown, Greenshields, Hilston, Prentice, Reid and Rodgers. There is a gap in the family tree since my great-grandfather Thomas Brown was illegitimate.
My more immediate English lines include the Jameses and Smalls who have been traced to Sandhurst, Kent Co., England. They include my five times great-grandmother, Ann Frances (Newenden) James (1744-1799) whose 1744 baptismal entry in Newenden, Kent Co., England reads: "August 25th Frances Ann Newenden a foundling child."
If you're researching any of the above genealogies, please double-click on an underlined surname. Information is provided for personal use only. A couple of genealogies have been released for sale on Smashwords, but most are still free.
Please email me if you visit my site. I'm an accredited genealogist with over twenty years' experience. I'm always interested in hearing from new cousins or people with similar surnames who've done DNA testing with Ancestry, Family Tree DNA, 23andme or who have uploaded any DNA results to Gedmatch and would like to compare notes. As mentioned above, I'm especially interested in tracking down the origins of the cystic fibrosis gene in my father's family tree.
All the best,
Karen E. Black, MLS, PLCGS
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