October, 2004


The Mansons of Scotland, Virginia and Georgia

It took awhile longer than I thought to get back to this . . . oh, well! But now I present the promised feature. From Scotland to Georgia The surname “Manson” probably originated in Scotland (or, perhaps, it has occurred to me, in Sweden. Scotland is really a Scandinavian country, if you think about it). It probably is a form …Continue reading →

Family Names

So Who Are Your People? Lot happening on the day job . . . . Anyway, thought it would be right to describe these American families and what is known [what I know] about them. The Descendants of Richard William Gines There is quite a lot written about the origins of the surname “Gines.” Variations are said to include Gaines, …Continue reading →

Como Se Llame Usted?

Back in the USA . . . My day job took me to Southeast Asia for about ten days or so, and genealogical research or blogging were both made impossible by the intensity of the work I was doing. In Bangkok, however, I did look in the phone book for Bowies, Gineses, Sanfords, Mansons, Brayboys, and LeJays. Well, it was …Continue reading →

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