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Deborah Isemingers Family Tree (Genealogy Site)

Wales

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Dingee/Garland
PRICE FAMILY
Price
Betty Lou Price
McGrew
Davis
Clement
Jennings / Hill
Barnard
Mayberry
Westerman / Kennedy
Clifford
Stewart
Doolin
Small World
Skipper
SKIPPER FAMILY
Skipper tree leaves
Lost Skippers
Cheroenhaka Tribe
N C Regulators
Quick
Odom
Snead
King
BASSETT FAMILY
Bassett Info
William & Bertha Belle
Stephen & Wanda
Charles & Mary
Able
ISEMINGER FAMILY
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Iseminger
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Johnston
Hain
LeClear
Greybeal
Storm/Sturm
Nollert/Kessler
Stemple/Ebbert
Gah
Jennings
Cutter/Riggs
Strong
Thomas Cushman's
Robert Cushman
John Howland
Elizabeth Tilley
Isaac Allerton
Mayflower
Mayflower line
Plymouth
Baldwin
Bassetts of Blore
Beresford
Alsop
Welles/Bryant
Kinge
Fulford
Mather
Ford - Deane
Clare
Mandeville
Woodward - Molyneaux
Bond
Briwere - Vaux
Fortescue
Beauchchamp
Mohun
Toeni
Barker -Calverhall
ORIGINS
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Wales
Germany
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Rhine Neckar Area
Scottland
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WALES

BASSETT
First found in the county of Glamorgan, Wales, where they had been granted lands by King William after the Norman Conquest in 1066.

HOWEL
First found in Monmouthshire where they were seated from very ancient times, some say well before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke William at Hastings in 1066 A.D.

PRICE
First found in Merionethshire where they were seated from very ancient times, some say well before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke William at Hastings in 1066 A.D.
WELSH

PRICE (British). Possibly a modern form of the ancient Irish name "O'Luachain".

The Prices are a very ancient family and are descended in a direct line from from Marchwesthian, a famous Prince and Chieftain of the House of "Ap-Rhys" of Rhylas, North Wales, who served with great distinction with Gryffyd Ap-Cynam at the beginning of the Eleventh Century.

The ancient home and country seat of the family known as "Rhuddlan Castle", has been in the possession of the family and has been the home of the Chieftains of the family from a remote period.

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Maybery - brought to Wales with a Worcestershire family. Mayberry.

PRICE (British). Possibly a modern form of the ancient Irish name "O'Luachain".

Price - from ap Rhys or ap Rees "son of Rhys".
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