Old Guest Book
Below are the original visitors who have so kindly submitted comments and queries during the first three years of this site’s existance. The new Guest Book, which allows threaded comments, should provide more interaction regarding genealogical research.
Posted by M. Rowan (firstname.lastname@example.org) November 7, 2005, 3:23 pm
My gggrandfather, John Rowan, brought 4 sons, Richard, Thomas,David and William, to Ontario, Canada ca 1831. The information they gave with regard to where they came from was, \”Armagh/Newry.\” Was there an error, because Newry is in Co. Down? It was said they lived on Church Street, Newry. Thanks for any information.
Looking for birth mother
Posted by Shirley Roberts (Irishone54@yahoo.com) November 4, 2005, 11:56 am
My birth mother was born Mary Catherine Gregory in Chicago. She married young to Shirley Martin Yarbro \”Jiggs\” from Blythville, Arkansas and they went to Alaska. My sister and I were born in 1946 and 1947 and were eventually adopted out. If any of you kind Gregory\’s have any information or possible leads about Mary please contact me. She lived on Demming St. as a child. There is a possibility that she was raised by relatives other than her father after her mother\’s early death. I have been searching for over 45 years. Thank you and God bless. Shirley Roberts
Posted by Jim Gregory (email@example.com) October 29, 2005, 4:06 pm
Just heard about the website from Terry today so I am logging on.
Thomas S, Gregorgy
Posted by Bill Wiseman (firstname.lastname@example.org) October 25, 2005, 12:40 pm
My great grandfather was Thomas S. Gregory born abt. 1860 in Arkansas, moved to Red River County Texas where he Married Laura Caudle, dau of Marcus W. Caudle and Eliza Kincaid Caudle. They had two daus Lena Elizabeth Gregory, born in RR Co., Texas and Minnie Dashwood Gregory, b. 1885 ,in RR Co., TX and Minnie married James Thomas Dunlap in RR Co., Texas. Any help would be appreciated. Who is Thomas\’ father and mother and where did he go after Laura died. Thank you. Bill Wiseman
RC Chappel in Cullyhanna
Posted by Rosemary Gregory (email@example.com) October 8, 2005, 12:30 pm
Although I don\’t know the address the name of the RC church in Cullyhanna in St. Patricks. Hope this helps.
Posted by John Casey (firstname.lastname@example.org) October 7, 2005, 11:03 am
\”The part called Lower Creggan is united with the parish of Newtownhamilton, and contains a chapel at Cullyhanna\” Can anyone supply an address for the RC Chapel at Cullyhanna? Thanks!
Posted by Pablo Sangria (email@example.com) September 29, 2005, 11:25 am
Posted by Brenda Walsh (firstname.lastname@example.org) September 29, 2005, 11:24 am
nice site. thanks.
Posted by Irma (Irma_Woodcock@postmaster.co.uk) September 23, 2005, 1:37 am
A really beautiful website. Thankyou. Irma
Posted by Gary (email@example.com) August 1, 2005, 8:01 pm
I have quite a bit of info on the Ennis from Ireland to Canada ( Ont) and onward to MN and ND….feel free to contact me
Posted by Sabrina (firstname.lastname@example.org) July 26, 2005, 6:57 pm
I have an old painting with the following stamped on the back:Illinois Art Production Company Chicago, Illinois I have tried to research the company and have hit dead ends everywhere. Can anyone offer help? Thanks!!
ENNIS FAMILY HISTORY
Posted by Carly (email@example.com) July 24, 2005, 10:58 pm
Just wondering if anyone has any information about the ENNIS family….I live in Canada and it my mothers side….interested in knowing who first immigrated to Canada and how we came to be!?
Posted by larry lenard (firstname.lastname@example.org) July 4, 2005, 6:46 am
browsing for possible family information
Posted by Jennifer Pickering (email@example.com) June 12, 2005, 7:27 am
looking for relatives of Harry Ross Freeman married Minnie Bell Freeman California 1880\’s in Ravendale CA area.
looking for sister
Posted by cleveland johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) June 11, 2005, 1:45 am
judy ann johnson,harris or kennidy.born in california,contra costa county richmond april 8 1948.raised by minnie p and larry van harris.I\’ve heard at one point joined the navy waves,married to lee kennidy,moved to houston texas and that I have 2 nephews.I hope at last Ive found you I,m doing well!!!!tell everyone I said hello,your brother,love junior cleveland johnson Lacey washington.
Posted by Alan Gregory Suter (email@example.com) May 19, 2005, 12:43 pm
Anyone with Suter connections in Walberton and Easebourne. East Sussex
Posted by Sar (firstname.lastname@example.org) May 18, 2005, 10:02 am
Posted by claire ennis (email@example.com) May 16, 2005, 6:29 am
Just looking around,hoping to find some stuff about my family.. thanks
Posted by Nancy (firstname.lastname@example.org) April 17, 2005, 1:04 pm
I have been searching for Sarah or Sallie Ennis for many, many years now. She marrid Clemens Freeman, whose father is believed to be Dillard Freeman. Sarah and Clemens had a son by the name of Augustus Freeman, who was shot on June 2, 1864 and died June 4, 1864 at the Battle of Cold Harbor. He had married a woman by the name of Annie Landries, Landers, Landis????, who evidentally died in a mental hospital in Marion Wythe County VA. She had at least one daughter, Mary Augustus Freeman who was raised by Thomas and Lydia Ann Osborne Potter. I think they brought her into Johnson County TN where she married my great grandfather, Richard Franklin Curd. I would give my eye teeth for information concerning this family…if someone knows ANYTHING, please let me know. Thank you, Nancy
family history interest
Posted by Tom Gregory (email@example.com) April 13, 2005, 8:34 pm
Greetings, I understand my family first immigrated to the US in Virginia in the 1600\’s. His name was James Gregory. Any comment would be welcome.
Gregory from Aberdeen Scotland
Posted by John Gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org) April 5, 2005, 6:14 pm
Grandparents both from Aberdeen Scotland and came to canada in 1908
Posted by Christopher Gregory (email@example.com) March 23, 2005, 9:43 am
I just stumbled upon this site. I do not have much info on my family history. Thanks for giving me some insight. I look forward to doing more research.
Posted by DonVito Corleone (firstname.lastname@example.org) March 18, 2005, 5:21 am
Keep up the good work
Posted by John C. Mohan (email@example.com) March 12, 2005, 10:55 am
It\’s spring of 2005, and I am starting my quest to find the history of my family. Mohan, originally Moughan possibly from County Cork Ireland, landed in the Pittsburgh PA area about four or five generations ago. Names include John, James, William (Will), and Frank (Francis maybe). If you know anything that could help me I would deeply appreciate you sharing with me. Thank you. John C. Mohan Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Posted by Denise Gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org) February 25, 2005, 12:45 pm
wow its nice to see so many called Gregory, what a fantastic name it is.its my first time on this site.im from billingham cleveland teesside.
Posted by Breanna (email@example.com) February 21, 2005, 4:48 pm
hey everyone i need help on my family geneology project for skool i have no idea wut to do i went and asked my teacher and he said to figure out a way to do it so if u get this can u please send me some facts of geneology on courson family!
Posted by Breanna (firstname.lastname@example.org) February 21, 2005, 4:47 pm
hey everyone i need help on my family geneology project for skool i have no idea wut to do i went and asked my eacher and he said to figure out a way to do it so if u get this can u please send me some facts of geneology on courson family!
Posted by Marilyn Eustace (email@example.com) February 5, 2005, 5:18 am
I am looking for a lost great grandmother…there is a Jane Morrow buried here but how do I find out if she is the right one?
Mgbada holdens Sarl S.A
Posted by Eze Mgbada (firstname.lastname@example.org) January 12, 2005, 8:00 am
A very nice site keep it up.
Finally a clue?
Posted by Bjorn Bergstrom (email@example.com) January 2, 2005, 5:56 am
Today I found an entry in a passenger list on www.ellisisland.org that may be my grandfather\’s uncle Karl Johan Karlsson, who arrived in N.Y. 1893. It seems he was on his way to Englewood, Ill. I\’ve been searching since 1996 for a clue to where the family\’s emigrants went in the U.S., so this is a great day!
Posted by Joyce Andrea McMahon (firstname.lastname@example.org) December 13, 2004, 5:43 am
Thank you for making this site available. I am very interested in knowing how long the McMahons were landowners in Ireland and how they lost their lands. Thank you
Posted by Devlin, Arthur A. (email@example.com) December 10, 2004, 4:59 pm
I am from the Boston Devlins traced back to 1834 Buncranna , Donegal , Ireland
Posted by noel (fsafdsa) December 1, 2004, 3:37 pm
love the site- used to listen in on the internet to the david johnson radio show on citybeat 96.7fm live from belfast before he was sadly sacked by the station.
Posted by Allan (firstname.lastname@example.org) November 12, 2004, 7:38 am
I am trying to contact Joyce and Jean, their father was George Beadling who died in January 1995, their mother was called Annie Nuttall. Joyce and Jean will be aged between 65 and 67 and live somewhere in South Yorkshire. Thanks. Allan.
looking for family history
Posted by Mark and Juianna Myers (Myers740@aol.com) November 9, 2004, 4:37 pm
We are in search of our extended family. Mark’s Mom is Margie Sadler Myers Mark’s Father William Kenneth Myers Any relation
It’s Good to Be A Gregory
Posted by Steve R Gregory (email@example.com) October 19, 2004, 12:51 pm
I enjoyed the site. Great work. I come from a Gregory clan that existed back in the Appalachian Mts in WV. My grandfather Loche R Gregory was born in the 1880’s in that area.
Posted by Shirley Roberts (Irishone54@yahoo.com) September 7, 2004, 3:07 pm
Searching for birth mother, Mary Catherine Gregory Yarbro born in Chicago on Nov. 29, 1924-25. Please contact with information. Perhaps you knew her in school. Any information would be so gratefully appreciated. Last know address was Anchorage, Alaska. Thank you. Shirley
Paul surname in Cullybackey
Posted by David R Paul (firstname.lastname@example.org) July 9, 2004, 1:12 pm
I noted several Paul’s as witnesses to the marriages of your heirs. I have a geneology publication of the Pauls completed in the 1960’s, I am trying to expand.
Posted by alan gregory (email@example.com) July 3, 2004, 1:11 pm
hi i’m an alan gregory from sheffield
iam here today
Posted by james maga (firstname.lastname@example.org) June 30, 2004, 5:34 am
very good site and very happy to be here today for good reason so my guys just keep away
Posted by Alan Gregory Suter (email@example.com) June 26, 2004, 1:14 pm
Hi, just come across this site, looking for any info for the Gregorys of Wantage and East Ilsley, Berkshire England. Alan
Very Good Page
Posted by Paul John Gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org) June 12, 2004, 1:03 am
Just to comment on your great page I wish I had the know how to do one as good.
Posted by N.S Moye (Sonya691@aol.com) May 21, 2004, 12:15 pm
My last name is Moye, My grandfather is Edward Moye of Greenville NC. hey you never know. I know your looking for a Gregory just thought I’d drop a line.
Posted by Josh Gregory (UnbeatableSamurai@hotmail.com) May 14, 2004, 6:31 am
Hey, sorry if I am bothing you! Anyway, I am a student and fixing ready to turn 16. I was wondering if my family history would be included here. Because I want to know where my ancestors was from. Thank you, if you don’t mind maybe you can contact me.
ann ennis meath
Posted by v bird (email@example.com) May 10, 2004, 9:45 am
Ennis in County Meath Posted by: Terry Gregory (ID *****0094) Date: March 26, 2003 at 12:28:37 of 1254 My great grandmother was Anne ENNIS who married Andrew MCCULLOUGH in 1884 in the US, possibly New York or Chicago. I found an Anne ENNIS who was born 16 May 1866 in Ballybiggan, Co Meath, Ireland that may be the same person. The only info I have is that her father name was Patrick and this listing has her father’s name as Patrick and his wife’s name as Anne COMISK. I’m hoping that this may sound familiar to anyone who has (had) Ennis’ in County Meath and will share any info that may confirm or deny this connection. Thanks Terry Gregory http://www.gregoryology.com/ Re :Your request for Info on Ann Ennis Meath. There was an Ennis Family in Ballybogan Clonard Co. Meath, I noticed a Patrick Ennis Ballyboggan Clonard in the 1855 Griffiths Valuations. The Ennis House is still standing, but under new ownership. The last Ennis I remember there was a Peter Ennis in the 1980s, and I believe him to be deceased. Hope this is of value to you Regards from Co. Meath
Mary Anne Mohan
Posted by Michael Costello (firstname.lastname@example.org) April 17, 2004, 12:46 pm
My maternal grandmother came from Drumbally,Creggan,Co.Armagh,Ireland.She was born there in 1881.I noticed connections to Creggan on this site,which were very interesting.I visited the famous Creggan churchyard recently(I`m only 40 miles from it living in Belfast).I am very impressed with your site-keep up the good work!
Posted by PAUL J GREGORY (email@example.com) April 8, 2004, 6:21 am
A very good web-page keep up the good work, yet another Gregory
Posted by Cindy Devlin Musick (firstname.lastname@example.org) April 3, 2004, 6:53 pm
Our Devlin’s were supposedly kicked out of Scotland and went to live in Ireland. Then they went to Canada (Jacque) in the early 1900s? Any other Devlin’s from Canada ?
Posted by John Aicken (email@example.com) March 24, 2004, 8:31 am
Hello I would like to know if anyone knows anything about the family name AICKEN in Country Antrim, Northern Ireland for my family tree. Thanks. John Aicken
Posted by SONYA MCNATT (SONYAMCNATT@chg.org) March 16, 2004, 11:43 am
HI, I AM SONYA GREGORY MCNATT, I WAS JUST WONDERING IF ANY OF THE GREGORYS THAT ARE FEATURED IN THIS WEBSITE ARE RELATED TO ANY OF THE GREGORYS IN SHEFFIELD,ALA.I’VE ALWAYS HEARD THAT MY GRANDFATHERS PEOPLE ORIGINATED FROM SCOTLAND,BUT I’M NOT SURE ABOUT THAT.MY GRANDFATHERS NAME WAS EARL GREGORY.I HAVE REALLY ENJOYED YOUR SITE.
Posted by Bobby Heath (firstname.lastname@example.org) February 27, 2004, 11:06 pm
Hi, I’m a Scottish/Australian who has just found that her great grandparents were married in cullybackey in 1857,William O’neil to Elizabeth Madill.Can’t find any other records , does anyone know where else to look? Cheers, Bobby in Melbourne
Posted by Alexander Gregory (AC-Diepenveen@planet.nl) February 7, 2004, 12:52 pm
Hello Amaerican cousins, I am one of the Dutch Gregory’s Our history goes back to Stephan Gregor born in 1510 in Dommnitzsch Germany The complete genealogy is discribed starting on page 95 in a book, titled Nederlands Patriciaat written by Centaal Bureau voor Genealogie, the Dutch Bureau for Genealogy ISBN 90-70324-30-X SISO 902.5 UDC 929.5-058.12 printed in 1985 One of my sisters moved to the States some 25 years ago but she married an American so her name is not Gregory anymore. I do not know much about other family connections in America.
Posted by P Bott (email@example.com) January 23, 2004, 11:49 am
Anyone know the whereabouts of Greg, would be about 41 now…previously of Sandycombe Road, Kew, London(Surrey) where he lived with his wife(Indonesian?) and son Scott(ie). Last known of living in Fulham, London SW6, around ’95, with a lady called Rhona? Worked for Parcelline, then UPS. Just wondering how he is faring?
Posted by Sandra (firstname.lastname@example.org) January 18, 2004, 7:40 pm
Thank-you Terry for answering my e-mail. I’m still looking this site over and hope to find my family here. My Great Grandfather being Dallas Gregory and married to Sally Sarah Martin. I’m still searching for info through the family for clues. Sandra Blandford
Posted by Michael Murphy (email@example.com) January 16, 2004, 5:02 pm
Congratulations to Pat Devlin and all involved in putting together a wonderful site. I look forward to your additions and insights. All the Best, Writing from Minnesota, USA
Posted by donald gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org) January 2, 2004, 12:26 pm
same family I uncovered two murderers 1841 -light house keeper Gregory’s wife and 1781 in Seaford Co Down Ireland Its been a while but anyone interested send sae- in case big big demand! Donald Gregory Belfast
Posted by teresa l kinney (email@example.com) November 28, 2003, 10:04 am
Thank you, i really enjoy your site. I am looking for information on my grandfather, William Gascoigne, whose nickname was Reb. He lived in Amboy and worked on the railroad, but i don’t have the exact years. Sometime around the 1930’s and 1940’s. Absolutely love to read this history. Teresa
Posted by Cheri Carr/Courson (firstname.lastname@example.org) November 2, 2003, 5:14 am
Within a search on Google I came across you site. Very nice and interesting as I have been looking at the Chicagoians Devlins in connection to my Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois Develin’s/Devlin’s. Were any of your Devlin’s in the Central Illinois area?
South Africa Cousins
Posted by Clive McIlrath (email@example.com) October 12, 2003, 10:13 am
Searching Google for McIlraths and came across your Web page . There are about 50 Cousins in South Africa Apparently there were 3 McIlrath brothers who left Ireland one went to Australia one to South Africa and the other brother to America
Posted by Margaret Mollick (firstname.lastname@example.org) October 7, 2003, 2:38 pm
You site is great … was directed to it from the LeisterPro site as an example of using data from my program to have a web site. I am also a Burns descendant
Via the Antrim digest
Posted by Sean T Traynor (email@example.com) September 27, 2003, 11:47 am
What a lovely site, came accross it via the antrim digest message board meriting the map. Very interesting as my father refers to Culleybacky from his childhood, he was born at Carnsampson, near Ballycastle. Well done on a very positive window for fellow genealogists. Sean
Posted by David L. Sadler (firstname.lastname@example.org) July 28, 2003, 2:10 pm
Posted by Thomas Ennis (email@example.com) July 4, 2003, 6:00 am
I have always thought that having pictures posted in a family web-sight would be a great way to remember “the elders”. This is the first time I have seen pictures to place a face with a name on a family sight! You have created a great remembrance!!! I saw the last name of Ennis, that is what drew me to your sight. Are your Ennis’s originally from Ontario, Canada after emigrating from Ireland? If any other Ennis families from Canada visit your sight, I would like to here from them.
Posted by Jenny (firstname.lastname@example.org) June 25, 2003, 4:37 am
What an attractive and valuable site. I was most interested in the history.
Lee County Connections
Posted by Christine Walters (email@example.com) June 22, 2003, 12:00 pm
Your Website is excellent.. Nicely presented. I’ll place a link from My Lee County Website (within the next day or two) to your site – because of the GREGORY connection to Amboy. http://www.iltrails.org/lee
Posted by Rosemary Gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org) June 17, 2003, 7:54 pm
Terry – The family pictures are simply stunning and some look like they were taken yesterday in spite of their age. You’re taking family history to a new height where no one can ever again call it dull and lifeless. I continue to be amazed at what an interesting and fun site this & I dub thee Gregoryologist the Great! Thanks so much for breathing life into this subject.
Posted by Nelda Gregory (email@example.com) June 11, 2003, 6:48 pm
My husband has very little info on his ancestors, trying to help him establish his line. His father, Albert Gregory, his father,Turman Gregory, his father, Jonas Gregory. Wife may have been named Sarah. They lived in Wise County close to Decatur,in the 1910, 1920, 1930’s.Thanks to Terry for his help. Nelda Gregory
Great new format!
Posted by Rosemary Gregory (Rosemarygregory@aol.,com) May 24, 2003, 6:21 pm
I love the new improvements – and I was right before when I said the site just gets better and better. The artwork is wonderful & adds such an elegant touch. Thanks a bunch for this great resource! Rosemary
Posted by Marilyn Szum (firstname.lastname@example.org) May 22, 2003, 8:05 pm
Wow-Terry-wonderful!! This is great!!
Dr. John J. Gregory
Posted by Ryan Reuterskiold (email@example.com) May 13, 2003, 11:12 am
Greetings. Perhaps a member of the Chicagoland Gregorys can help me. I am a vintage car buff from Wisconsin. Last August, I purchased a 1966 Cadillac. In the glove box was the original warranty paperwork. The car was purchased new from Emil Denemark Cadillac in Chicago in May of 1966, by a Dr. John J. Gregory. Dr. Gregory’s address on the warranty folder is 9029 S. Western Ave., Chicago. Does anyone know of Dr. John J. Gregory? Is he still living? I’d be very interested to know about him, or talk with a relative about the history of this car. Thank you!!
Looking for old friends
Posted by Donald R. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) April 23, 2003, 6:27 pm
My father is Donald G. Smith, who was the pastor of the Baptist Church from 1946 through 1950. I was born in Amboy in 1946. I haven’t been back to Amboy since the 1980’s and was just wondering if anyone knows the whereabouts of old friends of ours: Edna Sullivan and the relatives of Johnny Sullivan, the Whites and the Hayes family that moved to Tiskilwa. Thanks for any help.
What a wonderful site!
Posted by Sheila Myers (email@example.com) April 22, 2003, 12:15 pm
I just popped in to take a look around. WOW! You’ve put together such a wonderful family history site. I’ll have to come back when I have more time to read more of the history and look at all of the pictures. Keep up the great work!
Posted by Denise Gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org) February 8, 2003, 1:54 pm
Great site,although I cannot see a connection to my own family of Gregory in Berkshire,UK.
It’s a WOWSER, Terry!
Posted by Rosemary Gregory (email@example.com) January 31, 2003, 7:44 pm
Every time I drop in to visit this site I find something new and engaging. It keeps getting better and better, even when I feel sure it must have reached it’s pinnacle, it turns out to be better than the last time. Great web site, and to think it’s about US. How nice! Thanks Terry, Rosemary Gregory Seattle
Posted by Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org) January 29, 2003, 11:22 am
Aloha! Very nice site. I am curiously following the fate of the Gregorys, hoping to find a link to Hawaii some day. Aloha from Maui, Chris
Posted by Kathryn Gordon Hamby (email@example.com) January 24, 2003, 6:34 am
you have a wonderful webpage! I bookmarked it to come back and read. Great job!!
looking for my brother
Posted by Mr. Arthur Black (firstname.lastname@example.org) January 18, 2003, 7:15 am
Hello, I am probably at the wrong place here, but I am trying to locate my brother. I have lost track of him several years ago and all I know is that he was living with a Mr. Gregory in Chicago, IL at some point. My brother’s name is Mr. George Black. But he didn’t get along with the rest of the family and might have changed his name. If anyone knows where my brother is, please contact me. Thank you, Arthur Black
Posted by Annette (AnnetteSn @aol.com) January 11, 2003, 10:16 am
I am a descendant of William H. Gregory–1847(Mississippi to Alabama) and Martha Moye. I believe his dad was Ruffin Gregory , but I can’t find any proof. William is my grt granpa , and my brickwall, as far as my Gregory line goes. His daughter Louella married James Monroe Roberts–(my grandparents) I can’t open the Gregopryology gedcom until I get a password, but I’m hoping these are my Gregories. Annette
Posted by Frederick H.Richard (email@example.com) January 11, 2003, 3:44 am
I am connected to William Gregory Sr from VA to NC.Then from William Jr. Seeking the paretns of Philemon,William Sr. father.
Descendents of Joseph C. Gregory
Posted by Rosemary Gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org) December 14, 2002, 7:24 pm
Hi! Just wrote Terry an E-mail & we’ve just discovered this site. I’m quite sure we’re related & find this very exciting. We can’t wait to learn more as we know pretty much nothing about the gregorys. Rosemary
Mohan\’s & Gregory\’s
Posted by Marilyn Glenn Szum (email@example.com) December 7, 2002, 6:02 pm
Better and Better Terry!!