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Posted by Alan Houston Cree on November 22, 2020 at 21:42 0 Comments

I am Alan Houston Cree, Great Grandson of Walter Osbourne M Cree, Chadolly Street, Belfast.

Joining

Posted by Kenny Clements on November 13, 2020 at 22:25 3 Comments

Thank you for accepting me into your website.
I believe I am related back to Alexander Cree born 28.05.1699 in Methven. I also have links through Ancestry, not sure how accurate they are, back to a Robert Crie born 1618 possibly in Fife.
I shall attempt to post the direct lineage I have to Alexander in the coming days.
Thanks again and keep up the good work on an excellent website :-)
Kenny Clements

James Cree 1843-1896

Posted by JUNE WALKER on October 21, 2020 at 16:30 2 Comments

My great grandfather James Cree was the son of Henry Cree. Edith Hannah Cree is my grandmother.

She was born in Worksop 1872 . Daughter of James Cree and Julia Marples.  Julia Marples was the daugher of George 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. 

If anybody has more information or photo`s I would love to hear from them.

Kilsyth Crees

Posted by Margaret Tagg on April 4, 2019 at 10:01 0 Comments

Hello everyone,

My mother was Mary McGowan Cree, daughter of Margaret Smith and James McGowan Cree from Kilsyth Scotland.  Any cousins out there ?  

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eileen carson and Alan Houston Cree are now friends
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Patricia Hughes nee Cree left a comment for Alan Houston Cree
"Hello again, mum and Dad moved to Australia in 1956 “ 10pound poms as they were called. Dad continued working as a bricklayer over here. "
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"Lily was my grandmother."
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Alan Houston Cree left a comment for Patricia Hughes nee Cree
"Hi, My father Samuel Cree said his Uncle Walter moved to Australia."
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Alan Houston Cree left a comment for Alan Houston Cree
"Helen, Reuben was the younger brother of my Great Granda Walter Osbourne M Cree married to Margaret Smeaton"
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Alan Houston Cree left a comment for Alan Houston Cree
"Patricia you must be daughter of Walter Cree, brother of my Grandfather Samuel Cree."
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Mrs Helen Dawson left a comment for Alan Houston Cree
"My Grandad was Reuben Norman Frederick Cree. His Brother was Walter Osbourne M Cree, Chadolly Street."
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Patricia Hughes nee Cree left a comment for Alan Houston Cree
"Hi there, lily was my aunt :)"
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"That's definitely my Great Auntie Lily."
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Hello and Thank you

I am Alan Houston Cree, Great Grandson of Walter Osbourne M Cree, Chadolly Street, Belfast.
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Alan Houston Cree is now a member of Cree Family History Network
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Alan Houston Cree liked Trevor Cree's discussion Reuben Cree and sarah Hawthorne, King Street, bangor
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Trevor Cree commented on Kenny Clements's blog post Joining
"Kenny, Many thanks for the information that you have provided. I will contact you directly as suggested. Trevor."
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Kenny Clements commented on Kenny Clements's blog post Joining
"Hi Trevor my nearest Cree relative would be my Great Great Grandmother Mary Cree born on 04.11.1862 @ 10 Victoria Street Govan, Glasgow. She married Robert Wilson on 12.03.1880 and passed on 03.04.1938 aged 75 @ 35 Robson Street, Glasgow. Her…"
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Cree Family History

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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Mary Ann McDonald

Started by Marion Fitchett in The Cree Perth burgesses line. Last reply by Marion Fitchett Mar 1. 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

Birth, marriage and death records of Irish Crees

Started by Mike Spathaky in Birth, marriage and death records of Irish Crees Jan 31. 0 Replies

The Irish government website at https://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/ has recently uploaded a large number Irish birth,…Continue

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Crees of Taralga, NSW, Australia

Started by Melissa Smith in DNA Testing Forum. Last reply by Melissa Smith Apr 21, 2019. 2 Replies

Hi everyone,I am the daughter of Sheila Mary Cree who is the daughter of William Selby Cree and Rosaline Pearl Whipp formerly of Taralga NSW Australia.  I have noticed she is not listed as their…Continue

re William Cree and Mary Gill Lisburn Weavers

Started by Fiona in Cree lines in County Down, Ireland Mar 22, 2019. 0 Replies

Good Afternoon Cree family,I am the Great Granddaughter of William and Mary Cree from Lisburn.My Grandmother was Harriet Cree who married William Watters.So far the only living relative I have…Continue

 
 
 

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