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Mike Spathaky commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"It was 18 Sep 1728 in Bolsover - I doubt you'll find another"
Sep 13, 2014
Cait Stewart commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"Hi Mike Thanks for that - I would like to find a definite christening for her, although that may not be possible. I will update on any Edson info I get as obviously descendents of Mary are also descendents of Elinor."
Sep 13, 2014
Mike Spathaky commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"Hi Cait, Ah! You are now saying Mary was the daughter of James and Elizabeth (Whitehaed) Cree. That makes better sense and we know who she is. See http://www.cree.name/person.htm?id=7. Her birth date of c1716 is my estimate based on her marriage…"
Sep 13, 2014
Cait Stewart commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"Hi Mike, Right yes, that does help clear things up. As I understand it, genetic genealogists are confident that there is no common male ancestor of the Perthshire Crie (Cree) and the Ayrshire McRae (MacCree), so different Y-DNA. That would easily…"
Sep 13, 2014
Mike Spathaky commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"Hi Cait, I have just noticed that you say, "my first 'Cree', Mary Cree, was born and lived in the early 1700s (daughter of James Cree and Elinor Edson)." As this Mary Cree is not known to us I would be very interested to have the…"
Sep 13, 2014
Mike Spathaky commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"Hi Cait and welcome to the Cree Family History Network!First let me clarify the situation regarding Mackree and Cree. Trevor wrote, "I tend to agree with you that Alexander Maccree, who named his children Cree, was also probably a Cree because,…"
Sep 13, 2014
Cait Stewart commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"Hi Trevor, “Family tree DNA” Y-DNA traces son-father-father ad infinitum and mtDNA traces daughter-mother-mother likewise – a woman passes on her mtDNA to all her children (so men can do both mtDNA and Y-DNA) but only her daughters…"
Sep 3, 2014
Trevor Cree commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"Cait, Many thanks for your interesting contribution. Hopefully Mike will be able to clarify the Bolsover DNA discussion. Personally I tend to agree with you that Alexander Maccree, who named his children Cree, was also probably a Cree because, as…"
Sep 2, 2014
Cait Stewart commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"I am with FtDNA for several ancestral families, it might take a few years but they are always adding more. I have read the article about the Bolsover line Y-DNA and smiled at the irony. I teach family history and genetic genealogy and you have to be…"
Aug 31, 2014
Trevor Cree commented on Cait Stewart's blog post Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?
"Cait, Many thanks for providing the background to your own Cree ancestry. I'm sure that Mike (Spathaky) will be very interested to read about your Bolsover connection since he is the expert on that area as well as many more. I am certainly…"
Aug 31, 2014
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Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?

Hello Trevor and everyone (waves)I have been intending to join for quite some time but it was one of those things that kept getting lost in the general million jobs per day that is real life. I descend from the Bolsover Cree line which I discovered whilst researching my Cuttell, Hallam, Drabble ancestry. James Cree the son of James Cree and Elinor Edson married Elizabeth Whitehead 24th Nov 1709 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England and their daughter Mary Cree, (1716-1777) married John Drabble in…See More
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Hello all and to Crie or not Mac Cree?

Posted on August 31, 2014 at 14:09 10 Comments

Hello Trevor and everyone (waves)

I have been intending to join for quite some time but it was one of those things that kept getting lost in the general million jobs per day that is real life. I descend from the Bolsover Cree line which I discovered whilst researching my Cuttell, Hallam, Drabble ancestry. James Cree the son of James Cree and Elinor Edson married Elizabeth Whitehead 24th Nov 1709 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England and their daughter Mary Cree, (1716-1777)…

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