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Caverlys of North America By Paul Caverly
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Caverlys of North America Caverly genealogy of several family trees I have collected with the help of many others. This book contains the Genealogies for the New York Caverlys, New Hampshire Caverlys... More > and Irish Caverlys. The Quebec Caverly tree, Amos Mills Caverly tree and Joseph Peter Caverly tree have be include with the New York Caverly genealogies. Information about the Caverly DNA Project is included and some history information and Caverly historic ‘Arms’ are also in this edition. The book does not include sources due to the number of existing pages. Some source may be found on several Caverly websites or by contacting one of the existing Caverly researchers. Details on many of the families who married into the Caverlys do not contain sources since the information was provided by other family researchers. This was the best I could put together to include all the files names I have to date.< Less
In Search of Amos Mills Caverly By Paul Caverly
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The book contains the Genealogy family history of Amos Mills Caverly and Laney Lloyd. Amos Mills Caverly settled near Belleville, Ontario, Canada in 1810. The book contains information on his known... More > descendants with over 7 generations outlined. The book is indexed and also contains some photos and short histories on some families. The book was first published in 2004. Contains 185 pages.< Less
The Migration Of The Braun Family To The Arrival Of The Brown Family By Paul Caverly
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The Migration of the Braun Family to the Arrival of the Brown family covers some of the family tree branch descendents of Bernhard Brown (1820-1897). The book also includes some records of the... More > ancestors of Bernhard Brown. The book is approx. 236 pages. Like all genealogy the history of the Braun/Brown family is a work in progress.< Less
Descendants of Symon DeForest and Mary McGinness of Upper Canada By Paul Caverly
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This book tries to outline the descendants of Symon DeForest and Mary McGinness. The majority of these descendants were/are in Canada. The descendants of Symon & Mary DeForest appear to have... More > lived in southern Ontario, Canada where they spread throughout a number of Counties surrounding Niagara Falls, Ontario from the early 1800s to the late 1900s. Many DeForest descendants were found in the Halton County area. The majority of these family details are a collective effort of many of those descendants who have shared their family details. Family Trees can often have missing branches or twigs and this book is no exception. The book is created to help preserve some of the DeForest family history and hopefully to serve others searching for their roots.< Less
Henry Families Of Peel And Dufferin Counties, One Of The Early Families Who Settled In These Counties By Paul Caverly
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Early Henry History and Family Folklore The surname Henry has several sources that include Ireland, Scotland and Norman origins. Variations could include MacHenry, MacEnery, McIinri, Fitzhenry and... More > Hendry to name a few. My Henry folklore indicates our branch is of Irish descent. When our ancestors settled in Dufferin County, Melancthon Township they started to become easier to follow. So where were our Henry ancestors before they arrived in Melancthon Township? I found one clue in William Jas. Henry born about 1839. In the 1851 census for Peel County I found a good match for William. Along with his name were his parents and siblings. 1851 census, Peel County, Chingaucosy Township. The following is a Henry family I believe is our family tree original ancestors.< Less
Caverlys of North America By Paul Caverly
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Caverlys of North America Caverly genealogy of several family trees I have collected with the help of many others. This book contains the Genealogies for the New York Caverlys, New Hampshire Caverlys... More > and Irish Caverlys. The Quebec Caverly tree, Amos Mills Caverly tree and Joseph Peter Caverly tree have be include with the New York Caverly genealogies. Information about the Caverly DNA Project is included and some history information and Caverly historic ‘Arms’ are also in this edition. The book does not include sources due to the number of existing pages. Some source may be found on several Caverly websites or by contacting one of the existing Caverly researchers. Details on many of the families who married into the Caverlys do not contain sources since the information was provided by other family researchers. This was the best I could put together to include all the files names I have to date.< Less
Henry Families Of Peel And Dufferin Counties, One Of The Early Families Who Settled In These Counties By Paul Caverly
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Early Henry History and Family Folklore The surname Henry has several sources that include Ireland, Scotland and Norman origins. Variations could include MacHenry, MacEnery, McIinri, Fitzhenry and... More > Hendry to name a few. My Henry folklore indicates our branch is of Irish descent. When our ancestors settled in Dufferin County, Melancthon Township they started to become easier to follow. So where were our Henry ancestors before they arrived in Melancthon Township? I found one clue in William Jas. Henry born about 1839. In the 1851 census for Peel County I found a good match for William. Along with his name were his parents and siblings. 1851 census, Peel County, Chingaucosy Township. The following is a Henry family I believe is our family tree original ancestors.< Less
The Migration Of The Braun Family To The Arrival Of The Brown Family By Paul Caverly
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The Migration of the Braun Family to the Arrival of the Brown family covers some of the family tree branch descendents of Bernhard Brown (1820-1897). The book also includes some records of the... More > ancestors of Bernhard Brown. The book is approx. 236 pages. Like all genealogy the history of the Braun/Brown family is a work in progress.< Less
In Search of Amos Mills Caverly By Paul Caverly
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The book contains the Genealogy family history of Amos Mills Caverly and Laney Lloyd. Amos Mills Caverly settled near Belleville, Ontario, Canada in 1810. The book contains information on his known... More > descendants with over 7 generations outlined. The book is indexed and also contains some photos and short histories on some families. The book was first published in 2004. Contains 185 pages.< Less
Descendants of Symon DeForest and Mary McGinness of Upper Canada By Paul Caverly
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This book tries to outline the descendants of Symon DeForest and Mary McGinness. The majority of these descendants were/are in Canada. The descendants of Symon & Mary DeForest appear to have... More > lived in southern Ontario, Canada where they spread throughout a number of Counties surrounding Niagara Falls, Ontario from the early 1800s to the late 1900s. Many DeForest descendants were found in the Halton County area. The majority of these family details are a collective effort of many of those descendants who have shared their family details. Family Trees can often have missing branches or twigs and this book is no exception. The book is created to help preserve some of the DeForest family history and hopefully to serve others searching for their roots.< Less