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The Ancestors of John Harper of Bath Co., Kentucky By Diana J Muir
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50 Generations of the Harper Family of Bath County, Kentucky leads you back to the ancient walls, stone circles and home of ancient Derbyshire, England. Lord, ladies, and Robin Hood once traveled... More > these road along side the ancestors of the Harper Family. Front cover photo: An ancient home in Derbyshire, England. Back cover photo: an ancient wall in Derbyshire, England long fallen.< Less
The Legere Family of Nova Scotia and France By Diana J Muir
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The LeGere family originally came from the Dijon and Normandy areas of France; descendants of the Merovingian kings and lords of the surrounding region. Arriving in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia in... More > the middle 1600s, the family quickly assimilated to the wildness of Nova Scotia. Jacques dit Larosset Leger arrived as part of the French contingent, ready to conquer and settle in "New France." Some of the Legere men married native American women; one of whom was a daughter of Henri Membertou, the first Mic'Mac native to be baptized by the French priests at the age of 103 and the leader of the Mic’Mac nation. When the French were expelled from Acadia, many went south to the United States, even to Louisiana. The ancestors of Henry Joseph Legere of South Dakota married into Italian, Austrian, and Russian families, giving them a diverse background of experience and talents. Descendants of the Merovingian kings, the Legere family is spread across the Americas, adding to the American fabric.< Less
TEMPLARS Who were they? Where did the go? Vol 1 of 2 By Diana J Muir
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Hundreds of books and papers have been written about the “Knights Templar”. Most deal with their origins, recruitment practices, code of conduct, daily life, battles in which they fought... More > and the political and economic machinations that took place throughout their almost 200 year history, followed by the trials which took place after their condemnation in 1307. While some authors have written about the founding “Nine” Templars and Jacgues de Molay - considered to be the last Templar - little is known of the other men (and women) who pledged their lives to the Order. This series tries to identify those who lived between 1114 and 1314 by studying the places where they lived; the commanderies and fortresses they built, and the armies of those they followed. Indexed, this book identifies more than 1500 Templars including 71 mentions of treasure! Vol 1 covers Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales, Flanders, and France. Vol 2 covers the Iberian peninsula, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Cyprus, Jerusalem, and more..< Less
Tale of Two Families - John Brown and Abbe Lavina Colaw By Diana J Muir
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One might think that a common name such as Brown would lead to an ordinary family. That is not the case for this family. Descended from John Brown and his family, who traveled on board the Mayflower,... More > they descended from the Kings and Queens of Europe and can be traced back to the Merovingian Kings of France and the Sea Kings of Norway. Among the most notable ancestors are John Brown of the Mayflower, Robert Dudley (a favorite of Queen Elizabeth), the Lords of Kerr in Selkirk, Scotland, the Dukes of Northumberland, and the Douglas family. The Colaw/Coler/Kohler family shares the same German ancestors as President Roosevelt and includes the Comte Jean de Graf in Picardy, France. Front Page photo- families departing the Mayflower Rear Page Photo - Aldnick Castle , the home of the Dukes of Northumberland and used recently for the Harry Potter movies.< Less
The Lost Templar Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair Book 1 - 1353-1395 By Diana J Muir
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The Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair and his descendants (20 books and a lambskin map) were found by accident in 2005 in a dusty dirty basement in Greeneville, TN. They then lay in a trunk in the... More > back of the closet for almost 9 years before the author realized what she had. Translating the journals from Latin, Old English, and modern English she soon learned the story of her own 17th great-grandfather, Prince Henry Sinclair of Orkney and Scotland. Join the author and her great-grandfathers on a voyage of discovery as you learn about the covenant made between the St. Clair/Sinclair and Wemyss family, the Templars, the Native Americans, and the Freemasons. Travel with us as we search for the artifacts mentioned in the journals and validate the story. Book 1 of 10, tells the story of Henry as a young boy from the age of 8 in 1353 until l395 when he plans a voyage with Captain Nicolo Zeno and his son Antonio Zeno to Greenland and beyond.< Less
Ancestors of Cynthia Williams By Diana J Muir
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The Williams, Tower, Gregory and Martin families lived in Indiana and Kentucky, but their origins were a long way away in England, Scotland, Wales, France and Italy. The Tower family can be traced... More > back from Wales to the daughter, Antonia, of Julius Caesar in Rome, Italy. The Stewart family can be traced back to the Kings and Queens of Scotland and Europe; to the Merovingian Dynasty. Enjoy the journey as you follow the family from colonial America to their beginnings in Europe. Many served in the Civil War and the Revolutionary War of the Americas. They were farmers, preachers, teachers, and politicians. Each made their mark on the new nation of the United States.< Less
The Ancestors of John Harper and Christine Robinson of Bath Co., KY By Diana J Muir
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Fifty generations of Harper and Robinson families are represented in this volume. Travel back through time from the hills of Bath County, Kentucky to ancient England and Wales in 800 AD. Discover... More > the names of your ancestors such as William "Longsword" and learn about the time periods in which they lived. Scenes of mid-Wales where Druids ruled and ancient castles would have dotted the land and would have been familiar landscape for your ancestors. Enjoy the journey.< Less
The Ancestors of Christine Robinson of Bath Co., Kentucky By Diana J Muir
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Fifty generations traces the Robinson family of Bath Co., Kentucky back to the hills where Druids roamed in ancient Wales and Londonium. Surnames such as Robinson, Walpole, Sexton, Hunt, Tincher,... More > Lowe, Ishmael, White, McGlothin, Staton, Plank, and Burk dominate the landscape. Stonehenge (front cover photo) and the land of mid-Wales would have been familiar scenes for the ancestors of Christine Robinson.< Less
Descendants of Knight Truithe de Haliburton Generations 1-28 By Diana J Muir
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Generations of Haliburtons can trace their ancestry back to Knight Truithe de Haliburton, born in 1075 in Berwick, Scotland and served during the first crusade. He and his descendants lived at... More > Dirleton Castle in Haliburton, West Berwick Scotland for generations before emigrating to England, Australia, Canada, and the United States. His children married into every influential family in Scotland, including Wemyss, Ruthven, Sinclair and Douglas. Volume 1 contains Generations 1-28. Browse the names of your ancestors in which includes Generation 1 through generation 28. Volume 2 continues with generations 29-33. Front cover photo: Dirleton Castle Rear cover photo: The Kitchens of Dirleton Castle with vaulted ceilings.< Less
Ancestors of Terry Lee Tilton By Diana J Muir
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The ancestors of Terry L Tilton came from around the globe; from the ancient castles of Wales and Scotland, the farmlands of Russia and the island of Roanoke in the Americas to the farmlands of... More > Minnesota. Some of those ancestors included men such as Magdoc, Prince of Wales who supposedly sailed to the Americas, landing on the Gulf of Mexico in 1170. Others came to Jamestown, Virginia in the 1400s and familiar names such as Pearsall, Bradshaw, Penn, Hardisty, Hurlburt, and Evans play important parts in the development of the American nation. Although they came from the castles of Wales and Scotland, they became farmers, doctors, attorneys, teachers and soldiers. They fought in every war; the Revolution, the War of 1812, the French and Indian War, the Civil War, World War I and World War 2, the Korean Conflict, and Vietnam. Many of them were religious leaders, politicians and Freemasons. Some in medieval times were even Knights Templars.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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