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Updated March 27, 2003

Rave Meyer

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I have been researching our family history for 4+ years. I've come a long way since the genealogy bug bit me, but I still have a long way to go. If you have any information on the family(ies) listed, please let me know!

Stultz- Canada (PEI, Moncton, Summerside, St John)and Boston (Bridgewater,Plymouth, Brockton, Halifax). Currently can only go back to Grandfather Norman Frederick Stultz b1903 d1972. His Fathers possible name; Charles. Possibly around the Moncton or St. John area. Originally from Germany, Black Forest region. Another possible lead; Norman F Stultz maternal grandparents were possibly Frank & Margaret Gallagher, both born in MA, but their parents born in Ireland.

Brown- Definately of Nova Scotia, in and around Dean Settlement. Originally from Ireland and Scotland. Matriarch of my Brown side was a Creelman.

Dean- Positively of Dean Settlement. Can go back to John Dean (b 1755)& Susan Kirke, who originated the "Dean Settlement." Past those two is a little fuzzy. They came from England, Scotland & Ireland. I would like to have the most extensive Dean family file online, but there are so many- it will take a while.

Ross- Grandmothers side of my family. Can go back to George Ross and Christy A (Ann??)Kerr. I know they emmigrated to Canada sometime between 1815 and 1847. Cannot find the ship or passenger log. Cannot get past the brick wall on this one.

Some of the other family names associated with our family tree include: Anderson, Ansell, Archibald, Bentley, Campbell, Cox, Creelman, Dunlap, Ellis, Fisher, Fulton, Gammell, Geddes, Graham, Hamilton, Helpard, Johnson, Key, Kirkby, Knox, Leadham, Lynds, MacLean, McNeil, Meyer, Morse, Peterson, Reid, Skeed, Whidden and Wilson.

Family Photos

  • Susan Kirke's Brass Candlestick (12 KB)
    Susan Kirke supposedly took a finger bowl and two brass candlesticks with her upon leaving her father's home in the 1770's. Only one candlestick can be located today.
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