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1. [CLAN-STEWART] ADMIN Forward of Message of Interest-->Fw: Re: [Stewart-DNA] Status Report Please /Subscriber Poll [1]
To: Stewart non USA list , Steward list at Rootsweb , Stewart List at Rootsweb , Stuart list at Rootsweb , Clan Stewart List , "CLAN-STEWART-APPIN-L@rootsweb.com" Cc: Stewart DNA List Subject: ADMIN Forward of Message of Interest-->Fw: Re: [Stewart-DNA] Status Report Please /Subscriber Poll Date: Jan 8, 2008 9:52 PM Dear Lis
2. Re: [Clan Stewart] James Stewart New Jersey/New York area & also poss. Stirl... [1]
Hi Dawn, Just to let you know, this is a pretty inactive list. I had forgotten I had subscribed! Momentary exitement , I have a brick wall in Kearney. NJ with six STEWART brothers, one of whom is James - but about 150 years later! Bruce, in Stirling, Scotland
3. James Stewart New Jersey/New York area & also poss. Stirlingshire and/or Clackmannanshire [1]
Hi. I am new to the list and I am wondering if anyone has any info on a James Stewart who was said to have been born abt. 1724. He lived for a time in the Elizabeth Town area of New Jersey, then the Minisink, Orange County area before finally going to Niagara Ont. Canada area. Does anyone have any info on this James Stewart or does anyone have any knowledge of any Stewart's who came to the New Jersey/New York area sometime before 1750's from either the Clackmannanshire or Stirlingshire area of Scotland, es
4. Re: [Clan Stewart] James Stewart New Jersey/New York area & also poss. Stirlingshire and/or Clackmannanshire [1]
I have a James Stewart in NJ but the dates don't match up. Also he landed in IN. Shirley JAMES STEWART b. c1740 in Northern Ireland, a descendant of the Earl of Bute and ancestor of the Stewart family of Darke Co., OH; came to America as a young man with his brothers, William and Archibald to Penn's Colony (PA) at the invitation of William Penn in the 1700's. He m. in 1772 on the 25th day of the 5th month at the Greenwich Meeting in Salem Co., NJ to MARY SHEPPARD.-Quaker Minutes. They lived in NJ a
5. ADMIN NOTE: Re: [Clan Stewart] James Stewart New Jersey/New York area & also poss. Stirlingshire and/or Clackmannanshire [1]
Reminder: ==== CLAN-STEWART Mailing List ==== Genealogical Posts to this list should be limited to that within the timeframe and location of the CLAN system. Think of the era circa 1,000 -1747 and the area of Scotland, Ireland and Europe. If it is later or in USA, Canada, Australia, etc -- then it is a SURNAME query, not a CLAN related query ..... please to post to the Stewart Surname list which covers all locations and all time frames for this surname. Yours Aye, Lauren Clan Stewart List
6. Scottish Information Society request and information [1]
Dear Clan Representatives: The Scottish Information Society (SIS), formed 1987, is comprised of and exists in support of those who volunteer their time at the clan tents, working events at various venues. One member delegate from each Clan, House or Scottish Society is invited to join to represent their officially recognized clan/society organization. We are in the process of revamping our web site http://www.scottishinfo.org It is currently off line, however, it is our hope to have it back up and func
7. Robert II, the first Stewart king [1]
FACT OF THE DAY On this day in 1316, Robert II, the first Stewart king and grandson of Robert the Bruce, was born. He was crowned in 1371 and died in 1390. To read more about the House of Stewart and Scotland's monarchy visit heritage.scotsman.com
8. ADMIN NOTE: A clue re gateway posts... finding the beginning... Re: [STEWART] Re: William Stewart, Canada to U.S.A. [1]
Dear Listers: Based on off list comments the other day, I thought this post would be a good example to use to show you how to find the beginning of a gatewayed post's thread in the easiest manner. I am cross posting to all the Stewart lists that I admin, as there are likely others that scratch their heads and wonder what the original discussion was about when they see the gatewayed posts midstream or toward the end. Note the URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/AmJBAIB/5537.1.1.1 This poster c
9. [CLAN-STEWART] Walter Steuart 1689 Dunbarton/Glasgow [1]
Looking for parents of Walter STEUART baptised 28 Jul 1689 at Old Kilpatrick, Dunbarton. Walter married 8 Aug 1715 at Old Kilpatrick Elizabeth LANG, children James, Janet, Walter, Claudius, Elizabeth and Archibald ~ all baptised Old Kilpatrick. This STEUART (various spellings) although baptised, married and buried in the Old Kilpatrick Parish in Dunbarton lived in Rosebury which I believe is on the extreme of the Old Kilpatrick parish and actually in Glasgow, Lanarkshire. Help appreciated, thanks Janice
10. Re: [CLAN-STEWART] Walter Steuart 1689 Dunbarton/Glasgow [1]
Sorry...I have no knowledge of this family line. Knowledge of my Scot ancestry goes back only to to 1830 at Tullibody in Clackmannanshire near Glasgow. Bill Stewart ----- Original Message ----- From: "Peter & Janice Lodge" To: Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 10:57 PM Subject: [CLAN-STEWART] Walter Steuart 1689 Dunbarton/Glasgow Looking for parents of Walter STEUART baptised 28 Jul 1689 at Old Kilpatrick, D
11. [CLAN-STEWART] FW: CLAN-STEWART Digest, Vol 1, Issue 2 [1]
-----Original Message----- From: C. & D. Braithwaite [mailto:colinbra@telusplanet.net] Sent: December 19, 2006 10:48 AM To: 'C. & D. Braithwaite' Subject: RE: CLAN-STEWART Digest, Vol 1, Issue 2 Hi to all, Ooops ... apologies but I forgot to say that I am surmising that Margaret, my ggggrandmother (whose name I also forgot to add to me request) was born about 1841 (if she 20 at the time of her marriage when her mother signed with consent as Margaret was a minor. Margarets full names are as follows : Ma
12. Re: [CLAN-STEWART] Stewart in Blair Athol [1]
----- Original Message ----- From: elizabeth peach To: clan-stewart@rootsweb.com Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2006 8:43 AM Subject: Re: [CLAN-STEWART] Stewart in Blair Athol I wish I could help you out, but my Stewart information begins about 1750's in western Pennsylvania. I can't seem to get beyond that although they "seemed" to have come from Northern Ireland. Good luck! ----- Original Message ----- From: margaret4389@comcast.net To: CLAN-STEWART-D@rootsweb.com Sent: Mo
13. [CLAN-STEWART] Stewart in Blair Athol [1]
I am trying to locate information on Blair Athol and the Stewart Clan that was there. I am related to that branch and would like to find more out about Bala Castle and Blair Athol. -- Margaret Psalms 55:22 "Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and >> He shall sustain thee. He shall never suffer the >> righteous to be moved."
14. Re: [CLAN-STEWART] CLAN-STEWART Digest, Vol 1, Issue 2 [1]
Hi: Is it possible to trace the English Royal Stewart clan to present day via an existing web site or genealogy? Rita > >
15. Re: [CLAN-STEWART] Stewart in Blair Athol [1]
I wish I could help you out, but my Stewart information begins about 1750's in western Pennsylvania. I can't seem to get beyond that although they "seemed" to have come from Northern Ireland. Good luck! ----- Original Message ----- From: margaret4389@comcast.net To: CLAN-STEWART-D@rootsweb.com Sent: Monday, December 18, 2006 4:58 PM Subject: [CLAN-STEWART] Stewart in Blair Athol I am trying to locate information on Blair Athol and the Stewart Clan that was there. I am related to that branch
16. [CLAN-STEWART] ADMIN NOTE: Stewart Genealogy [1]
Dear Listers: If you are looking for general genealogy of the Stewart Family, then the Stewart surname list is where to find it. If you are looking to find out more about Clan Stewart then this is the list for you. It is a clan specfic, not genealogy specific list. Genealogy on this list is focused on that of the Clan era... up through circa 1747 and only in the areas of the Scottish clans... Scotland, Ireland and a bit of Europe. Not the USA, Canada or Australia, etc. To subscribe to any list at Root
17. Re: [CLAN-STEWART] CLAN-STEWART Digest, Vol 1, Issue 2 [1]
Hi to all ... A Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year. I am asking for some help. I have a ggggrandmother who hailed from Scotland and was married in 1861 in South Africa. I do not have parent names for her and do not know from whence she came. I was told by my father that she left Scotland as a girl of 18 from the port of Glasgow. Any help here please. It is a brick wall that I simply cannot break through. Desiree Calgary, Alberta, Canada -----Original Message----- From: clan-stewart-bounces@
18. [Clan Stewart] Legal Announcement from Clan Stewart Society in America, Inc. [1]
Dear Listers: The President of Clan Stewart Society in America, Inc. has requested this legal announcement be posted in an effort to inform all past and present members of the Society regarding the outcome of a very serious matter. Any responses should be sent directly to him at his CSSA email address: president@clansstewart.org. Yours Aye, Lauren Lists Admin ................................ Clan Stewart Society in America, Inc Alvin Stewart, President president@clansstewart.org November
19. [Clan Stewart] Veterans: Lest We Forget [1]
"Cuimhnich air na daoine o'n d'thaining thu" Remember the men from whom you are descended The following are buried at Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, California. Steward, Edith B, d. 02/08/1949, Plot: E BLK567, bur. 02/12/1949, * Steward, John W, d. 06/19/1942, CORPL 12TH CO C A C, Plot: L BLK7663, bur. 06/22/1942, * Steward, Kartin W, b. 07/16/1901, d. 12/29/1966, LT COL US ARMY, Plot: Y 2422, bur. 01/04/1967, * Stewart, Albert , b. 01/18/1892, d. 12/01/1966, CPL ARMY, Plot: A 251H, bur. 12/09
20. [CLAN-STEWART] (no subject) [1]
Hi, my name is Emily and I am A high school student taking a Genealogy class Margaret Ann Stewart was born 30 Mar. 1839 and died 14 May 1910. She married William Lantz on 20 Aug. 1868. They had 3 kids: Elmer (married Harriet May Brown), Mary (married Daniel Keck), and Selester Hiram (married Amanda Minerva Detwiler). Please help me find Margaret Ann Stewart's Parents and Sibling Thank you very much for your time ___________
21. Re: [CLAN-STEWART] (no subject) [1]
where did they live? elily7@juno.com wrote: > Hi, my name is Emily and I am A high school student taking a Genealogy class > Margaret Ann Stewart was born 30 Mar. 1839 and died 14 May 1910. She married William Lantz on 20 Aug. 1868. They had 3 kids: Elmer (married Harriet May Brown), Mary (married Daniel Keck), and Selester Hiram (married Amanda Minerva Detwiler). > Please help me find Margaret Ann Stewart's Parents and Sibling > >
22. [CLAN-STEWART] looking for Margaret Ann Stewart's Parents and Sibling [1]
Hi, my name is Emily and I am A high school student taking a Genealogy class Margaret Ann Stewart was born 30 Mar. 1839 and died 14 May 1910. She married William Lantz on 20 Aug. 1868. They had 3 kids: Elmer (married Harriet May Brown), Mary (married Daniel Keck), and Selester Hiram (married Amanda Minerva Detwiler). Please help me find Thank you very much for your time
23. Re: [CLAN-STEWART] (no subject) [1]
Emily, Do you know where they lived?? Bev ----- Original Message ----- From: "elily7junocom" To: Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2006 11:20 AM Subject: [CLAN-STEWART] (no subject) > Hi, my name is Emily and I am A high school student taking a Genealogy > class > Margaret Ann Stewart was born 30 Mar. 1839 and died 14 May 1910. She > married William Lantz on 20 Aug. 1868. They had 3 kids: Elmer (married > Harriet May Brown), Mary (married Daniel Keck), and Se
24. [Clan STEWART] Hints on Message Boards > better Sig Lines > Brick walls [1]
Dear All: Some of you have posted really nice and comprehensive descriptions of your brick walls on the roll call. There is also an very interesting method to utilize the combined benefits of the message boards and the mailing lists that could be of use to everyone. We can use of the archiving capability of the message board and the address of the URL of that message to keep your information available and easy to reach for viewers. The process is: A: Most genealogy software programs will allow you t
25. [Clan STEWART] Declaration of Arbroath [1]
Dear All: A snippet from Scottie: Declaration of Arbroath The National Archives of Scotland holds a copy of the Declaration of Arbroath which was made in 1320 (the original was sent to the Pope in Rome, asking him, in rousing terms, to acknowledge Scotland as an independent nation and to reject the claims of the English king). The National Archives have produced a limited edition print of the document, showing it as it was before parts of the text were damaged in the 1800s. One of the prints is being pres

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