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David Cree and Anne Pattison

Posted by Elizabeth Gould on January 24, 2018 at 19:43 0 Comments

Hello everyone

So pleased to find out that I have a direct connection to David Cree and his wife Anne Pattison.

My maternal line is the Walker family

George Cree (c.1851-1932) & Jane Cree (c.1851-1918) County Down

Posted by John Craig on November 4, 2017 at 21:45 2 Comments

Hi,

I'm new joining the group but have have found the resources on this site a fantastic source of information over many years.

George Cree (1851 - 1932) who lived at Dunmurry in Northern Ireland was my great great grandfather, and Jane Cree was my great great grandmother, so I trace my line from both the Lisburn Crees through George, and the Ballybarnes Crees through Jane's father Andrew Cree.

My great grandmother was Eliza Cree (1870-1955) - the first child of George…

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James Cree 1843-1896

Posted by JUNE WALKER on October 21, 2017 at 16:39 1 Comment

My great grandfather James Cree was the son of John Cree and Hannah Warren. Edith Hannah Cree is my grandmother.

Born in Worksop 1872 . Daughter of James Cree and Julia Marples.  Julia Marples was the daugher of Georgre Marples who owned a public house in Worksop called "Butchers Arms".

James Cree owned  a vegetable and fishmongers shop in Worksop in about 1880. He died in 1896.

James `s sister Jane Cree John married and went to Provo in Utah USA

If anybody has…

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James Cree 1843-1896

Posted by JUNE WALKER on October 21, 2017 at 16:39 0 Comments

My great grandfather James Cree was the son of John Cree and Hannah Warren. Edith Hannah Cree is my grandmother.

Born in Worksop 1872 . Daughter of James Cree and Julia Marples.  Julia Marples was the daugher of Georgre Marples who owned a public house in Worksop called "Butchers Arms".

James Cree owned  a vegetable and fishmongers shop in Worksop in about 1880. He died in 1896.

James `s sister Jane Cree John married and went to Provo in Utah USA

If anybody has…

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"Hi Diane, Welcome to the Cree Family History Network! George Cree and his wife Jane Cree were first cousins once removed. George's grandfather, William Cree, was a brother of Jane's father, Andrew Cree Jr. Their personal details can be…"
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Janet Cree of Abernethy Perthshire - her family tree

First to say how thankful I am for the immense amount of careful work that has and continues to go into the Cree One-Name Study. My wife’s (Caroline nee Robertson) gt-gt-grandmother, Janet Cree (b. 1806 in Abernethy Perthshire to Thomas Cree and Euphemia Jameson) married Alexander Robertson in 1832. My research over the last 5 or 6 years back to Janet’s grandparents (Andrew Crie and Margaret Moris(on)  in Abernethy) matches the research recorded in the Cree One-Name Study. Further back in that…See More
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John Cree

Started by Diane Quinn in Cree lines in County Down, Ireland. Last reply by Diane Quinn Sep 10. 2 Replies

I recently joined this group and it is fascinating.  My mother was Florence Cree who was the only child of John and Mary (Minnie) Cree from Lisburn.  I am trying to trace back as far as I can. …Continue

John Cree

Started by Diane Quinn in DNA Testing Forum Aug 12. 0 Replies

I recently joined this group and it is fascinating.  My mother was Florence Cree who was the only child of John and Mary (Minnie) Cree from Lisburn.  I am trying to trace back as far as I can. …Continue

Janet Cree of Abernethy Perthshire - her family tree

Started by Donald Bailey in Cree family history in Scotland. Last reply by Mike Spathaky Aug 2. 1 Reply

First to say how thankful I am for the immense amount of careful work that has and continues to go into the Cree One-Name Study. My wife’s (Caroline nee Robertson) gt-gt-grandmother, Janet Cree (b.…Continue

Forteviot Line. Resting place of Peter Campbell Cree, Elizabeth Murray, Margaret Pearson, Christian Murray, John Wallace & Peter Clark. Welshill Cemetery, Perth

Started by Gary Taylor Cree in The Alexander Cree line of Forteviot and Perth. Last reply by Gary Taylor Cree Apr 25. 4 Replies

Hello to all :)I've been an avid follower of this site for many years and have spates of finding more info on my line.2 Years ago I finally found the resting Place of My Grandfather (David Morrison…Continue

 
 
 

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