New ancestors of Lenora (Nora) Love, with fist time links to families Payne, Blades, White, Todd, Connelly, Andrew, Eaton, Clark, Anderton, and Morris.
Danish genealogist Jacob Holdt has an interesting site that traces the roots of his family an almost unbelievable number of ancient people.
“Hitchhiking with my son, Daniel, to see Acropolis – built by Pericles – his 2nd cousin 82 times removed . Since then he has on his own hitchhiked all the way from Denmark to China to see the Great Wall which his 79th great-grandfather caused to be built.
Note: None of these relationships carry any genetic significance since we almost all descend from these famous people as I show here…”
Discovered lots of photos and interesting references to Long Melford’s Holy Trinity Church in Suffolk, England where our John Clopton was a prime benefactor, and is buried here in the Clopton Chapel.
Auchindrain is an ancient village — or township — or communal tenancy — of about 20 buildings near Inveraray, Scotland, on the estate of the Dukes of Argyll. Auchindrain was not destroyed or materially changed by the Highland Clearances and is therefore the largest and most authentic old rural village in Scotland today. The buildings and adjacent fields have been preserved and are now an open-air museum of farming life.
Malcolm Campbell and his wife Isabel Smith lived in Auchindrain, Argylleshire, Scotland and Immigrated to Herkimer Co., NY cir 1805, and then eventually moved to Kent County, Ontario, Canada. Extensive research on this line done by Ted Lollis.
Tree from Auchindrain Campbell’s to the Howell line.