Mark Hill (1790-1878

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Well researched. High level of confidence.

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Use caution, this site contains many unproven facts and speculation and errors are almost a certainty, Use this information as clues to guide your own research and always independently verify the facts stated. Where possible we have included images of records so researchers can reach their own conclusions.

Elmore Genealogy

These pages document the history of the Elmore family from Peter Elmore who was born about 1627 in England. It is our intent to, through this page, to share the results of our research and to facilitate the exchange of information among Elmore researchers. With your help we hope to make this as complete a history of this family as possible.

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WAP Edition now Available. Do you have a web-enabled phone or PDA? Portions of our research database are now available on these devices by using the built-in microbrowser to go to larkcom.us/ancestry. I developed the WAP Edition so that I would have ready access to research data from cemeteries, libraries or any place where I may not have access to a computer. It has only been tested with the Motorola MPx200 phone running Microsoft SmartPhone 2002. If you have a different phone your feedback will help with continued development. Also, I am very interested in how others might use this new technology. If you find this feature useful please drop me an email.

Reports

Outline Descendant Chart - 14 generations, 2,182 individuals, 802 families, indexed, 86 pages, 1.04mb, Adobe PDF format, updated 22 Apr 2003.

Most Wanted

Immigration. Any details regarding the immigration of Peter Elmore, including the ship, the date and the port of arrival.

Allied Family Lines

see www.ancestry.larkcom.org

  Daniel
 Everett 
 

  c1691  

Research Credits

Many researchers have worked long and hard over the years to untangle the Elmore family line. We offer our heartfelt thanks to these seekers of truth who have helped develop our sense of history and the role our ancestors played in making that history. Especially those contributors to this web site.


 

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