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  • State = New York
  • County = Oneida County, NY
  • TimeFrame = early 1800's
  • My 3rd Great Grandfather was John Ham (son of Peter Ham and ?) born 26 Jun 1826 in Alsace, Lorraine, France.

    He immigrated and settled in Oneida Co., NY in abt. 1832.

    He married Christina Meil/Meel in Fort Scott, KS in abt 1845. They had nine children. He died in Fort Scott on 25 Oct. 1905. Does anyone know anything about Peter or John and their families or immigration?

    I would sure appreciate hearing anything you have to offer.

  • Submitter:     Julie R. (Hamm) Hess
  • email:   jolierufus (at) juno.com

  • State = New York
  • County = unknown County, NY
  • TimeFrame = mid 1700's - present
  • Isaac READ of Mecklenberg Co.,  N.C. is an ancestor of mine. 
  • I married Peter Bancroft Read Jr., we have a daughter Panthea Ham Read, named after Panthea Burwell Read, circa 1780'S. Can you shine any light on this. I know that Isaac Read came from Philadelphia.
  • Submitter:   Christina Ham Read
  • email:   cdahread (at) yahoo.com

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