Posted By:Noreen ATHERLEY
Subject:Re: sugestions on how to find a Glennie
Post Date:May 12, 2009 at 08:05:50
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Forum:Glennie Family Genealogy Forum
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Hi Laura
Why don't you post here in the forum, what info you have(surnames in capitals please)

I have a great deal of GLENNIE data i have collected while researching my GLENNIE line, i might have something useful that will help you, "get going"!

I sense your frustration and remember feeling like that many years ago, and a great Genealogist came along and helped me, so this is one of my many "pay it forwards"

Here is a sampling of my line of research...

16 Jul 1839 Thomas Alexander Watson GLENNIE

07 Oct 1840 James Milne GLENNIE m Mary GRIEVES(and variants)

18 Sep 1842 Isabella Janet GLENNIE

24 Sep 1844 Cornelius GLENNIE

26 Dec 1846 Maximilian Adolphus GLENNIE(twin?)m Annie RYLAND

26 Dec 1846 Carretino or Catherine GLENNIE(twin?)

04 Seo 1848 Elizabeth Ann GLENNIE

30 Nov 1850 Selina Charlotte GLENNIE

I descend through Maximilian Adolphus GLENNIE who m Annie RYLAND.

I am looking forward to helping you, and anyone else looking for a specific GLENNIE that I might have in my GLENNIE files!
I usually kike to have 2 or 3 primary source documents but that is not always possible.

As for some places for research online, there is have a deluxe world mempbership)
they offer free trials! for site but searches are free
you can take that info run to the LDS site input there and you might get a hit :-)

Genuki website good info here

Rootsweb(which is a very good place and as old as the internet)
and lots of very good forums where you will find info, and lookup volunteers if you ask very nicely for a lookup.

and...if you are really stuck for where to look, try google
it is a very useful tool.

I hope to hear from you soon,
Kind regards,

Genealogy can't be finished in a day, or a year... it is a lifelong project, so don't be discouraged.
The more you find, the more there is to find..isn't it wonderful!!!!!