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Robert Roy Livingston Genealogy Home Page

Updated September 5, 2000

Robert Roy Livingston

2751 Stonecrest Court

Placerville, CA 95667

(916)-626-7205

rlivings@inforum.net

I have lots of information on the following surnames in my family tree. If you would like to share information on these folks, drop me a note. I'd be happy to hear from you! Rob
LIVINGSTON/LIVINGSTONE - Info goes as far back as the 6th century when the family received a grant of lands from the Catholic Church and the title, "Barons of Bachuil". Their estate was on the Isle of Lismore, Argyll, Scotland and they were the keepers of the bachuil or bishop's staff of St. Moluag. My line of this family departs from Lismore in the 1840s and lands in Sparta, Illinois. From there they came to San Francisco, California and later settled in Eureka, California. Other family names from the Lismore area associated with this family are: MCGLASHEN, MCLACHLAN, CARMICHAEL, STEWART, and MCCORQUODALE.

MEISTER - Info goes back to the late 1600s to the village of Matzendorf, Canton Solothurn, Switzerland. My line came to California in the early 1900s and settled in Ferndale, California. Other family names from the Solothurn area include: VOGT, EGGENSCHWILER, STRAEL, WYSS, FLURI, BRUNER, DOBLER, VON BURG, GOTSCHI, ALTERMAT, LACHAT, PHLUEGER, KUENZ, JECKHER, BLOCK, FROEHLICHER, and WALCKHER.

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