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    That is my relative on my Avatar. He was the conductor of the civil war train called " The General". We were always taught that history was important. Genealogy is fun. my family had done most before the internet. Now the internet just confirms what we had on paper.
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    While I always thought my paternal side was always from Holland, I was surprised to learn of English by way of an Viking Jarl that son the tax records in Leeds, Yorkshire, England in 1245.The family surname origin was from where he was from in Norway, and the English spelling has remained constant since the 14th century with minor variations.
    The Dutch line began in 1605, when the grandson of a baron who fought with the Lancasters against Richard III at Bosworth Field, was not the first born son, went to a South Holland island to practice medicine and teach in a church school.
    He, my father and I share the same first name.

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    Ran into a real bugger on my paternal side. Seems my 4 G-Grandmother was a practitioner of the oldest profession. Prostitution appears to have been a common, legal occupation back in 1812 England! My 3rd G-Grandfather was her 3rd listed ******* in church records. Sorta makes following any male lineage on the father's side a tough one!!!
    The 4th GG also had a common first name which makes following her any further back difficult, to say the least.

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    In Mexican church records, they do not call them b******s, they called them natural children. Some priests kept separate books for natural children, I suppose to keep from contaminating the legitimate kids? Hahaha.

    A year or two ago, I went to a Baptism ceremony. The parents first had to go through a marriage ceremony, then baptized the kid.

 

 
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