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Link to Edward Hodges Cree

Posted by Antonia Justina Cree Uys on March 9, 2024 at 18:53 0 Comments

Hello there

I am relatively new to this and it is wonderful to see how many Crees there are in the world. I thought we had such a small family but in actual fact , it is huge1 My Great great grandfather was Edward Hodges Cree, Great Grandfather Herbert Eustace Cree and my Grandfather  John Cree and my great aunts Nancy and Doris Cree. My family often stayed with  Hilary ( Gerald Hillary Cree) and his wife Joan)in Devon  when I was little.  When I was older, I have memories of rescuing…

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Thank you and the reason for applying

Posted by Stuart RE Wainwright on January 7, 2023 at 22:13 1 Comment

Good evening

Many thanks for accepting me to this group, which I came across whilst researching our Cree ancestors and came across the booklet (PDF) Cree families of Fife and Devon, which the first edition was written by our Great Uncle Hill Gerald Hillary Cree).

From the booklet Our line starts with William Cree of Kettlehill, Fife and his 3rd son John.                 …

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Mike Spathaky

Posted by Trevor Cree on December 28, 2022 at 15:31 2 Comments

I am very sorry to have to report the very sad news that Mike (Spathaky) passed away on the 24th December 2022. Mike was the driving force behind Cree family history research for over 30 years and he was the primary creator of the Cree One-Name Study database (https://cree.one-name.net/home/index.html). I am sure that all of our thoughts are with his wife Marian, family and friends.

My Relation to the Cree Family, Specifically to William Cree of Kettlehill, Fife

Posted by John Christopher Cameron Cree on October 19, 2022 at 12:00 4 Comments

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I am one of the direct descendants of Thomas Cray (CreeID#2587) in Kettle, Fife from the Fife and Devon branch. I've recently found all of this out through the amazing work that has been done on this site and other resources. 

Attached is a link to a report by Gerald Hillary Cree (CreeID#2680). This report outlines, but is not limited to, the descendants of William Cree, of Kettlehill, Fife and wife Margaret (Dall) Cree.…

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Ellen Cree is now a member of Cree Family History Network
Jun 24
Julie Kennedy replied to Judith M Cree's discussion Woollen scarves in Cree tartan
"When I look up Cree Tartan it tells me the Cree family has been using the 'Small Stewart' or 'Cree of Castle Stewart' tartan......https://www.tartanregister.gov.uk/tartanDetails?ref=801   (I have a scarf in the Kennedy…"
Jun 16
Judith M Cree replied to Judith M Cree's discussion Woollen scarves in Cree tartan
"Thank you, Julie -- I'm grateful!   But the Cree tartan they show is not the one I know from the UK -- that one has a brown background with the same colors in the pattern, if you know what I mean.  But I've just spent a…"
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Julie Kennedy replied to Judith M Cree's discussion Woollen scarves in Cree tartan
"Try this site, they seem to have scarfs and other items and have the Cree tartan:   https://clan.com/products/luxury-fine-wool-tartan-scarf-740?design=988"
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Woollen scarves in Cree tartan

To all:In a recent move from Italy to Seattle my woolen scarf and sash were mislaid, and it appears no more are being manufactured.   Does anyone have a scarf in Cree plaid  for sale?  Judy Cree1530 NW 57th Street,  #108Seattle, WA  981071-206 856 4129See More
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Link to Edward Hodges Cree

Hello thereI am relatively new to this and it is wonderful to see how many Crees there are in the world. I thought we had such a small family but in actual fact , it is huge1 My Great great grandfather was Edward Hodges Cree, Great Grandfather Herbert Eustace Cree and my Grandfather  John Cree and my great aunts Nancy and Doris Cree. My family often stayed with  Hilary ( Gerald Hillary Cree) and his wife Joan)in Devon  when I was little.  When I was older, I have memories of rescuing lambs and…See More
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Judith M Cree is now a member of Cree Family History Network
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Apr 1, 2023
Carrie F. Cree is now a member of Cree Family History Network
Mar 2, 2023
Trevor Cree commented on John Christopher Cameron Cree's blog post My Relation to the Cree Family, Specifically to William Cree of Kettlehill, Fife
"Stephanie Bilbro has recently informed me that she has located a new information source about the VV Ranch in New Mexico via the following link:  https://swco-ir.tdl.org/handle/10605/76589 It is contained in the Texas Tech University -…"
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Trevor Cree replied to Hugh MacKenzie's discussion History of “Tusculum”
"Thanks Hugh. That will be very interesting for those with a Cree connection to James Cree, Trevor."
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Hugh MacKenzie replied to Hugh MacKenzie's discussion History of “Tusculum”
"Thanks Trevor, that’s a very useful link . Once I piece together some more detail about Tusculum I will make a specific post about the history of the building Regards Hugh"
Jan 9, 2023

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This Ning network has been created to allow all those with an interest in Cree family history to have a focal point where they can exchange their knowledge and ask questions of others with a similar interest in the origins of their own Cree family. It has been created to directly complement and work in parallel with the Cree Surname website (http://www.cree.name) that is maintained by Mike Spathaky, the leading Cree family history researcher. Mike, Trevor and others have been trying for some time to devise a means whereby individuals can communicate directly with each other about their common Cree ancestry and this Ning community provides a way to achieve that objective. Whether you live in Scotland, Ireland, England, the USA, Australia, New Zealand or indeed anywhere else in the world, we hope that you will find this resource of assistance to your research.

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Woollen scarves in Cree tartan

Started by Judith M Cree in DNA Testing Forum. Last reply by Julie Kennedy Jun 16. 3 Replies

To all:In a recent move from Italy to Seattle my woolen scarf and sash were mislaid, and it appears no more are being manufactured.   Does anyone have a scarf in Cree plaid  for sale?  Judy Cree1530…Continue

History of “Tusculum”

Started by Hugh MacKenzie in Cree family history in Scotland. Last reply by Trevor Cree Jan 9, 2023. 3 Replies

I live in “Tusculum” which was a Cree residence in North Berwick,Scotland. I would be very interested in any information about the history of Tusculum  which I could add to the sparse information I…Continue

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Cree Lisburn

Started by Neal Connor in DNA Testing Forum. Last reply by Mike Spathaky Jul 30, 2021. 4 Replies

Hi All,Seeking clarity and help if possible.  So my mothers maiden name is Cree from Lisburn.  I had started looking into my family tree.  I stumbled upon Samuel Raymond Cree, play writer from…Continue

Mary Ann McDonald

Started by Marion Fitchett in The Cree Perth burgesses line. Last reply by Marion Fitchett Mar 1, 2020. 2 Replies

I am descended through line 7 - the Perth glovers.  I have been trying to find the birth details of my great grandmother, Mary Ann McDonald who married Matthew Cree in 1899 in Wellington New…Continue

 
 
 

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