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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

A Kirkpatrick community

Posted by Dawn-Ann on October 19, 2009

Well, the longer I keep this blog running, the more I realize that the majority of the visitors here are looking for solid information on research into the Kirkpatrick family history. I say, good on ya! There is so much misinformation out there and I want to help you (and me) figure out what’s true and what’s not.

To that end, I’m thinking of forming a “community” for us here – a place where we can discuss our research and share our branches of the family tree. You wouldn”t have to be a genealogy buff to participate – do you know your own branch and the place where you live? You do? Then you’re in! Of course, if you can offer tidbits of research that may help us all figure out where we’re from, you would be welcome to share that, too.

I would be interested to hear if there is a call for that kind of thing. Are you interested?

Comments

5 Responses to “A Kirkpatrick community”
  1. Lynn says:

    I have a considerable amount of history of the Kirkpatricks. Family members have traced our line to the Kirkpatricks of Closeburn. I would be glad to share what I have – have to find it first. I believe its on 2 CDS…

  2. Dawn-Ann says:

    Hi Lynn! It sure was fun tramping through Closeburn, finding clues to our family history. I’m going to keep trying to post more and more things here, so stay tuned. I would love to see what you have and how it meshes with my stuff. Let’s keep in touch!

  3. Lynn says:

    Sent you 3 emails with the Kirkpatrick info I have. Spread it out over 3 – quite a large file if send at one time. If it doesnt, work pls email at my email addy above and I’ll download it to a CD. Hope it helps! Let me know how it works out…

  4. Dawn-Ann says:

    Got it and sent a reply email. Thanks so much, Lynn! Can’t wait to dig into those. :)

  5. Hi.My names Stevie Kirkpatrick.Ivce done a lot of research on our family history.To this end I published all my findings on my website. http://www.kirkpatrickweb.co.uk .Id be happy to help anybody in need of any help in researching our rich Cultural heritage.Theres a forum on there to keep in touch as well.Hope to hear from you. Stevie.

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