One of the women who was tried for witchcraft in Salem, family name of Faith. Then there was Weatherby Cummins, the famous graverobber who, with his son-in-law James Plunkett, sold fresh corpses to professors at Trinity College in Dublin for medical dissection. There's also the Mockler brothers, five sons of Rose Mockler, an Irish immigrant in the 20s. They were all giants who ran their own speakeasy and still St. Louis Missouri during the Prohibition. Capone tried to muscle in on their territory and ended up losing more soldiers than the neighborhood was worth. And if I go far enough back, I can honestly say I'm a bastard descendent of William the Conqueror. So, you know, nothing special.
by Randy Godwin5 years ago
Have you traced your roots back for more than a few generations?Just how far back can you trace your family tree?
by Leaderofmany5 years ago
Can you trace your family tree back to when they landed on US soil or further back then that? Which side have you traced back maternal or paternal? Anything of interest come up in the search?
by MikeJones767 years ago
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by Cindy Murdoch6 years ago
What are the best sites to use to find information about your family tree?What are the best sites that are free to research your family tree? Are there any other good resources to use?
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