If you see some leaves & branches from your trees, let’s share & compare.
D is for these Surnames…
The D’Ambrosio family came from Italy. They are in my husband’s family. Samuel D’Ambrosio married Sentina Palilla [b c 1901 in Sicily]. They had five children, born in Connecticut and New York State.
I connections to more than one Davis family. Archie Davis b 1914 & d 1971 married Rava Nell Ball, b 1923 in LA. Dirvin Davis married Anna Ritter, b 1889. They had five children. William L Davis [1838 – 1913] married Narcissa A Fortenberry [1848 SC – c 1909]. As far as I know these three Davis men are unrelated.
Jimmie Dean Denison [1897 – 1979] married Jessie Ola Hall [1897 MS – 1987 MS]. They had three children.
Bradford Dennison married Susan Weisberg [b in Buffalo NY]. I would like to be able to contact these cousins.
My sixth great grandfather was Johan Adam Dick [b 1709 in Germany – 1785 in Pennsylvania] who married Anna Ottilla Knack [b 17ii Germany – 1782 in Pennsylvania]. They had seven children, born in Germany, at Sea & in Pennsylvania.
James Theopilous Dillon [b c 1719 Ireland] was my sixth great grandfather. His son was Richard Dillon [1745 VA – 1833 MS] who married Anne Lawrence [b c 1762 NC – d c 1830 MS]. They had nine children, born in North and South Carolina.
Herbert Dunsmore married Vera May Hurd [1912 CT – 1987 MI]. They had two sons.
Herman Claude Dykes [1900 LA – 1983 LA] married Velma Amanda Blades [1907 LA – 1980 LA]. They had three children.
Other ‘D’ surnames: Darensod, Derhammer, Derr, Dew, Dickens, Dilley, Duncan, Dupuy & Durham