FINNERTY FAMILY HOME PAGEUpdated July 21, 2012
The geneaology areas of interest include the following surnames.
My primary interest is to trace the Finnerty family back to Ireland.
The Related Link "Descendents of Patrick and Mary Logan" on this page gives an early history of the family. Patrick and Mary came to Halifax, Canada in 1846. Immigrating to the United States settling first in Gardner, Maine. They left and emigrated to Madison, Indiana where Patrick had three brothers. They may have been Thomas, Timothy and unknown. Patrick and Mary with their children John, Patrick, Mary and Bridget finally settled in Keokuk Iowa. I would like to trace Patrick's three brothers who lived in Madison, Indiana but may have resettled in the surrounding region. The last record I have of Thomas was the 1850 census in Gardner Maine.
Jean Trudelle immigrated to Quebec in 1646 from Normandy, France. I am interested in tracing the family in France.
Ruth Ann Maryott was my mother. My grandfather was George Cameron Maryott and my grandmother was Anna Maria Gavin. The family lived in Decatur, Pender and Macy Nebraska. Grandfather's father was Alfred Libeus Maryott. He met and married Jennie Christine Cameron while living in Hustsford, Wisconsin. The family originally came from Rhode Island and then to Brookfield, Madison County New York and then to Hustsford, Wisconsin. While living in Hustsford, Alfred met Jennie Christine Camerson. 1860, they were married in Grenville, Argenteuil County, Quebec, Canada. After Alfred was mustered out of the Civil War, the family moved to Decatur, Nebraska
The Cameron family emigrated from Scotland settling in Chatham, Quebec, Canada about 1830's. Jennie Christine Cameron is the daughter of Alan Cameron and Anna Robertson who both emigrated from Gleneig, Invernesshire, Scotland.
Other areas of interest include:
Keith, Gavin, Calnon and Robertson families.
Albert Trudell Finnerty
1854 Silver Hawk Drive
Diamond Bar, California 91765
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