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All In The Past - A History of Two Families - THOMAS & MURRAY | Our ancestors and their place in history All In The Past – A History of Two Families – THOMAS & MURRAY Our ancestors and their place in history UK Trip NEW!! – MAIN SITE NOTABLE ANCESTORS WHERE OUR ‘ROYALS’ CAME FROM… English Royalty German/HRE Royalty French Royalty Norwegian Royalty Russian Royalty Popes & Saints Other Religious Figures Witches of Salem MIGRATION TO AMERICA Scottish/Irish Clans Puritan Great Migration Earliest Arrivals Earliest Arrivals by Family 7 Generations – Michael 7 Generations – Cynthia SCOTTISH/IRISH CLANS – A-L Clan AINSLIE Clan BRUCE Clan DOUGLAS Clan DUNBAR Clan FLEMING Clans FRASER – FRASER OF LOVAT Clan GORDON Clan GRAY Clan HERRIES Clan KEITH SCOTTISH/IRISH CLANS – M-Z Clans MacALPINE – MacALPIN Clan McMAHON Clan MURRAY Clans OGILVY – OGILVIE Clan RANDOLPH Clan SCHAW Clan SETON Clans SHAW – SHAW OF TORDARROCH Clan SOMERVILLE Clan SUTHERLAND DEMOGRAPHICS Earliest Ancestors Nations Represented Ancestral Coats of Arms Castles of Scottish Families DOWNLOADS GEDCOM/DATABASE GENEALOGY SITES wikitree.com ancestry.com familysearch.org myheritage.com WIKITREE PROJECTS Mike’s Family Tree Cyndie’s Family Tree European Aristocrats Magna Carta Ancestors United Kingdom Scottish Clans Irish Roots German Roots Puritan Great Migration U.S. Presidents Military and War – 1776 Southern Colonies Categorization OTHER SITES TNG – Eventual Site FLICKR Photo Albums TUMBLR Stained Glass Natural Elements Stained Glass Cherry Creek Gun Club The [insert your surname] Laws of Genealogy – Part 3 Posted by :michael.thomas@comcast.net On : March 8, 2017 0 Category: Research Notes Closing out our list of “Laws of Genealogy,” consider these: 11. The 5-volume, 5000-page family history was guaranteed to have a write-up on everyone in the [insert your surname] family. Too bad it didn’t include an index and the names weren’t in alphabetical order. 12. Your [insert your surname] ancestor didn’t believe in legal documents – like wills – and relied on a hearty handshake, instead. 13. Your [insert your surname] ancestor left all his worldly possessions to his wife and children. He didn’t name them – he already knew who they were! 14. The [insert your surname] cousin doing all the family research die and her husband’s new wife cleaned house, including disposing of all the “old” papers in the boxes in the garage. 15. Your [insert your surname] ancestor went out of his way to keep his name out of official records so you would have something to do later – genealogy! The [insert your surname] Laws of Genealogy – Part 2 Posted by :michael.thomas@comcast.net On : March 3, 2017 0 Category: Research Notes Continuing with our list of “Laws” of Genealogy, 6. Ink or water spots make the name of your Great-Great-Grandmother [insert your surname] hard to make out clearly, on the ONLY document you’ve found that names her. 7. Your aunt [insert your surname] with all the family photographs gave them to her daughter, who kept the frames and threw away the pictures. 8. The “custodian” of the family Bible, [insert your surname], won’t let anyone look at it. 9. The [insert your surname] ancestor of whom the family spoke in hushed voices and reverent tones turned out to be a horse thief, a military deserter, a rum runner or, worse, died in the home of his mistress. 10. The [insert your surname] ancestor who walked 10 miles a day through blizzards and raging streams to school signed his name with an “X”. Stay tuned, one more installment coming yet……have any of these sounded familiar in your research? The [insert your surname] Laws of Genealogy – Part 1 Posted by :michael.thomas@comcast.net On : February 26, 2017 0 Category: Research Notes For those of you new to the hobby, or for those old hands who may have forgotten and need to be reminded, provided herein are the “Immutable Laws of Genealogy” that guide your research every day for your [insert your surname] ancestors: 1. When the census was being taken, your [insert your surname] was on a wagon headed West and didn’t get counted. 2. The Courthouse, with the only known records of your [insert your surname] burned down, with all existing records lost. 3. Your immigrant ancestor, [insert your surname], was a stowaway on a ship, with no record of his or her entry into the United States. 4. There were three brothers, all with the last name [insert your surname]. 5. Every [insert your surname] had sons, and they were named John, James and William. Stay tuned…..more to come! Back to the Blog Posted by :michael.thomas@comcast.net On : December 28, 2016 0 Category: Administration, Site Updates I really like the new website (TNG – The Next Generation), but I haven’t spent a tremendous amount of time working on it since I set it up, just updates periodically. I have some work to do on my database, too, but that’s on the back burner right now. I do intend to keep blogging, although not on a consistent schedule, at least right now. Perhaps that will change. What I hope may be of interest is the planning we’re doing for a trip to Great Britain and Ireland this Spring. We decided to create a website that would be available while we were on the trip, giving us access to attractions, accommodations, general information, maps, etc. The address is: http://allinthepast.net/UKTrip2017/index.html OR can be accessed from http://allinthepast.net and clicking on UK Trip, the first link in the top menu. The site is live now, but will be under construction up to the time we leave. We are planning on spending just over six weeks in Ireland and Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, England, and Scotland. Much of the trip will be in a rental car, but I’m sure we will use ferries, trains, buses, and subways to get around, especially in some of the larger cities. This will probably be a once-in-a-lifetime trip, so we decided to take as much time as we could and make the most of it. We both have strong roots in Scotland, and have ancestors who came from Ireland, although the Irish lines are much more difficult to find out about. How much time we might have for research is unknown at this writing, but I have a few specific locations in mind that could lend some value. New Web Site!! Posted by :michael.thomas@comcast.net On : June 1, 2016 0 Category: Administration, Site Updates I will leave the links on this page alone for now, but I am finally satisfied with new software I purchased several weeks ago and will be making a permanent transition to it for all my updates and changes. The new address, for now, is http://allinthepast.net/TNG, for The Next Generation of Genealogical Sitebuilding software. TNG is a very powerful database package, with several pages available for different aspects of Genealogy, including surnames, places, cemeteries, photos, and more, along with a powerful name search feature right from the front page. I have added information about our Scottish Clans (A-L and M-Z), famous ancestors, a link to ou...

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