Cree Family History Network

The search for your Cree, Crie, Crea, Cre, Crey and Chree origins

Welcome to all the new members of the Cree Network

I should just like to take this opportunity to welcome all of those who have recently joined the Cree Family History Network. Over the last few years significant progress has been made in helping individuals trace their own Cree ancestry and the Cree.name website must be one of the most comprehensive family history resources in existence. The male Cree who have undertaken the DNA test have allowed us to prove that many previously unconnected Cree lines are indeed directly related and many now have proven origins in close proximity to Perth in Scotland in the early 1600s and indeed earlier. The origin of other lines have yet to be determined but we hope that 2014 will be a very significant year for all of those with an interest in their Cree family origins. 

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Comment by Trevor Cree on January 19, 2020 at 19:12

Mike and I have been contacted by Robert Scott who is the Treasurer of the Beechworth Cemetery Trust, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia (https://www.beechworthcemetery.com.au).  Robert has very kindly helped to ensure that the WW1 war service of Hugh Alexander (Smylie) Cree (http://www.cree.name/person.htm?id=9861) was marked with a natural memorial and plaque in Beechwood Cemetery.

If anyone on the Cree Family History Network is related to Hugh Alexander (Smylie) Cree (http://www.cree.name/person.htm?id=9861) and has any photographs of him, particularly in uniform, I believe that Robert would be interested in receiving that information at info@beechworthcemetery.com.au,

Trevor.

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