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MacGregor and Ives Families

Updated January 2, 2005

I've been researching my family for about 10 years. The MacGregors came from Perth, Scotland in 1857. George MacGregor married Charlotte Noble (descendant of Wisconsin pioneer Ezekiel Tainter, Revolutionary War Veteran Stephen Tainter, and Mayflower Descendants (John Houghland and the Tilleys). Their daughter, Ellen MacGregor, wrote some of the first science fiction for children in the Miss Pickerell series.

The Ives family came to New Haven, Connecticut in the 1600s. Harry Marks Ives married Agnes Toal, daughter of Irish potato famine immigrants and they moved to Kansas.




Kerry Serl

serl@cen.quik.com

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