Older guestbook entries

 

 

Record 1

 

Name:

VI

Website:

 

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

MA

Time:

1998-01-10 20:05:40

Comments:

I made it! Took a while but finally got here. Last time it was much easier. Think the web doesn't like me today! Cheers, VI

 

 

Record 2

 

Name:

Trac

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In!

From:

Utah

Time:

1998-01-10 20:15:13

Comments:

wonderful pages ....lots of infomation... that I will use ! Stoo I enjoy chatting with you ...and your mum. see ya on GMW *S*

 

 

Record 3

 

Name:

mcd

Website:

Mcduck's Nest

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Home

Time:

1998-01-10 20:44:30

Comments:

Your page is coming along great...i really enjoy stoo's page as well.. Good luck in all your researching.... See you in chat....

 

 

Record 4

 

Name:

Stoo

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In!

From:

Take a guess

Time:

1998-01-10 20:49:47

Comments:

Hi mum, my page is the best thing that has hit this planet. I told everyone to sign and mcd and i have decleard 10th of every mouth a guestbook signing day.

 

 

Record 5

 

Name:

Ric Howard

Website:

Ric's Genealogy Page

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In!

From:

Wheaton, MD

Time:

1998-01-10 22:19:10

Comments:

Hey Stoo, Great page. Lots aof hard work I bet. Will see you in GMW. Ric

 

 

Record 6

 

Name:

Gail Hornsy (maggie's sister)

Website:

 

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Ontario, Canada

Time:

1998-01-10 22:49:31

Comments:

Looks interesting will read thought it later

 

 

Record 7

 

Name:

Margaret Hornsby

Website:

Maggie Rose's Homepage

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Edmonton, Alberta

Time:

1998-01-12 17:21:43

Comments:

What a great site and growing all the time. A great page for couple of great people! Keep up the good work!! *S*

 

 

Record 8

 

Name:

GB

Website:

 

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

North Carolina

Time:

1998-01-14 20:45:10

Comments:

Great page. Enjoyed looking at all the information you have here. I shall return.

 

 

Record 9

 

Name:

Matt Goss

Website:

Matt's Sports page

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Brookhaven , Mississippi USA

Time:

1998-01-22 22:39:57

Comments:

Hey Stoo ! I noticed that you spelt my last name wrong on your page. No big deal. Go visit my new page. Well, c-ya

 

 

Record 10

 

Name:

Judie Schiel

Website:

Just Surfed On In!

Referred by:

 

From:

Cystal, Michigan

Time:

1998-01-26 23:45:16

Comments:

Hope to talk with you again on GMW chat.. HEYJUDE I am now going to check out your page...

 

 

Record 11

 

Name:

Dr. Michael Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In!

From:

Illinois

Time:

1998-02-14 14:30:16

Comments:

Great web page... Lot's of hard work and research went into this. Will get a list of our Palliser information and send them to you for your database. Feel free to e-mail me. Docdsny@Aol.com

 

 

Record 12

 

Name:

Darla Darnell,aka dar

Website:

GlassyLady

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Indiana,live in Nebraska

Time:

1998-03-16 01:23:59

Comments:

well, I did finally get to sign your book,tell Stoo hello from dar,and I like your page,take care.

 

 

Record 13

 

Name:

Benjamin Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

originally:New Orleans, LA

Time:

1998-03-16 04:57:18

Comments:

I have always wanted information on the Palliser name and finally I found something! Thank you so much!

 

 

Record 14

 

Name:

Jean Rush

Website:

 

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Olds,Alberta

Time:

1998-03-17 05:00:22

Comments:

Just checking in on the GMW chat page and they told me you had been there earlier. Thanks again for your help. Hope your computer is well again.

 

 

Record 15

 

Name:

Mat Lambor

Website:

 

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Brighton, England

Time:

1998-03-23 21:46:01

Comments:

Great site, Auntie! (Is that what you said?)

 

 

Record 16

 

Name:

Gerald F. Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Covington, Louisiana USA

Time:

1998-03-24 16:49:00

Comments:

Great web page. Palliser is not a common name in the Southern section of the United States. I have wanted to research the geneology of my family, but have not had the time, kids, career, etc. but your web page is generating a desire on my part to get started. Thank you

 

 

Record 17

 

Name:

Cindy McCreath

Website:

 

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Time:

1998-04-04 02:43:18

Comments:

I am researching Captain John Palliser, who is very famous in these parts! Your site has been bookmarked!

 

 

Record 18

 

Name:

liz baade

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Ulverstone Tasmania

Time:

1998-04-14 14:57:44

Comments:

Great work, Renia! Haven't done hardly any family history work for quite a while due to work commitments and health problems. Very interested in your research. Will get back to it again one day soon I hope. Still have all your letters and info. Suzanne Cottingham is no longer interested and has given all her paperwork to me. Liz

 

 

Record 19

 

Name:

Michael Lee Kincheloe (mike)

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Pinehurst Idaho

Time:

1998-04-16 01:53:57

Comments:

I have enjoyed the chat today 4-15-98. Some interesting topics

 

 

Record 20

 

Name:

Rodney Cole

Website:

 

Referred by:

Word of Mouth

From:

Kansas, Maine and now Florida, US

Time:

1998-04-17 19:40:53

Comments:

This is your old propagandist acquaintance. No I don't believe in space creatures. Nor that time is absolute. Nor that Knees Up....is great music. But I do believe that the UK exists...and would rather like to visit someday.

 

 

Record 21

 

Name:

Kenneth George Pallister

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Calgary Alberta

Time:

1998-05-12 06:33:40

Comments:

Just found your site tonight. My family originated in the Durham/North Yorkshire area, most recently Crook I will forward you what info I have after I get it from my sister. By the way, there is a lot of things around here named after your ggg uncle. Bye for Now Ken Pallister

 

 

Record 22

 

Name:

Seán O'Brien

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Waterford City, Ireland

Time:

1998-05-30 00:56:46

Comments:

Actually I deliberately look up unusual names associated with areas I'm familiar with due to my interest in local history and genealogy. Palliser came to mind last Friday night as I knew they had connections with this county. On Sunday last, Neansai (pronounced - 'Nancy') my wife and I drove out the county to look up the Palliser grave, which we've seen a few times beforeand to refresh our memories, at Kilrossanty Church of Ireland (i.e. Protestant Church). We were aware that a bronze plaque had been placed there in memory of John Palliser in 1977. Perhaps you were there yourself? Regrettably we were unable attend, but one of our daughters was there. Being keen amateur photographers, we took 3 colour slides and some colour prints of the grave and plaque. These will eventually be processed. This also saved us writing down the text as we needed time to look ALL the other graves in this peaceful rural cemetery to see if there were any other Palliser connections. Capt. John Palliser is not mentioned on the elaborate 'gravestone' (if that's the correct term), but two females are. We felt they were sisters of his. More about this later. Surprisingly the plaque does not appear to be affixed to the gravestone, just placed there...insecurely. we got the same impression on visiting the place before. Also, for some reason only the two female relatives are mentioned on the gravestone......no mention of John Palliser engraved on it! Many Catholic graves here also, which suggests this was a Catholic cemetery before the Reformation. We took down all the first names and years of death off many of the headstones as we would like to look up these later on Gen Web and other sites. The nearby COMERAGH mountains (from the Gaelic ' abounding in hollows) look very attractive from this viewpoint. Have looked up and printed out a few of your pages and found them fascinating. The names Talbot and Otterington crop locally also, Also what I believe was the Palliser home had an infamous war crimnal from World War II living there until detected. Will have to look up more detailed information on this. Kind regards from Ireland. Will be in touch later. Am working off my son-in-laws computer and it's rather late. Only using the Internet over two months. Seán & Neansai O'Brien.

 

 

Record 23

 

Name:

Greg and Tracey Hunt

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

 

Time:

1998-06-03 17:25:51

Comments:

Firstly, thanks for a great homepage it was really a thrill to find a homepage all about Pallisers. I say this because recently I have been reading though my family tree as put together by my Great great grandfather Percy George Wilson. It goes back to John Palliser of Newby-Wiske [1639]who married Ursula Bethell of Allerton. As far as I can tell he is the brother of your 9x Great Grandfather Most Rev William Palliser Archbishop of Cashel. It really was great to see the picture of him[W P] in your gallery and to come across names [St Leger] I have been reading about these last few nights. There are pages upon pages of notes written by my gg grandfather and I hope one day to put together a clear and correct family map [tree]. I would love to get in contact with you via my husbands email address in his office and perhaps we can swap info. Bye.

 

 

Record 24

 

Name:

jo-jo-bah

Website:

don't have one of those yet either

Referred by:

Net Search

From:

British Columbia, Canada EH!!

Time:

1998-07-09 00:55:57

Comments:

Wow, England, that's further away from home than I've ever been, being a small town girl, with a low income... I'm new at this whole internet thing though, I really like your page, and when I get E-Mail, I might say hello again sometime.

 

 

Record 25

 

Name:

LadyPearl

Website:

Jesse L. Mercer Jr.,

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

TN

Time:

1998-08-04 02:36:56

Comments:

TJS... Nice pg.. was trying to catch you in GMW chat.. have not chatted with you in so long... You may not even remember me... Was glad to see you had been there... Here is hoping you and fam. are great.. hope to catch you in chat.. LP

 

 

Record 26

 

Name:

Andres

Website:

 

Referred by:

Yahoo!

From:

chile

Time:

1998-09-05 17:24:58

Comments:

SHow the meaning of the coat of arms

 

 

Record 27

 

Name:

Michael Thomas

Website:

Michael and Ginas Fun Pages

Referred by:

Net Search

From:

Michael - Wales. Gina - Philippines

Time:

1998-09-07 13:20:21

Comments:

Hi there, nice and very interesting website! I have Palser's in my family, in South Wales at least as far back as 1881. I found your bit on the history of the surname especially interesting. Maybe one day I'll trace mine back to Palliser or Pallister. Who knows... If you want some details of the Palser side of my family then I'll be only too pleased to pass it on. All the best, Mike.

 

 

Record 28

 

Name:

Joe Kenny

Website:

Fethard - The Most Important Medieval Town in Ireland

Referred by:

Viewing another Guestbook

From:

Fethard

Time:

1998-09-15 21:00:08

Comments:

I spotted a friend of mine on your Guestbook - Seán O'Brien from Waterford. Cheers from Fethard, Co. Tipperary, and the best of luck with your site.

 

 

Record 29

 

Name:

Gregory Mcreynolds

Website:

 

Referred by:

From a Friend

From:

Pasadena california

Time:

1998-09-18 22:47:29

Comments:

How very well done......Thank you!

 

 

Record 30

 

Name:

Julie Patrikas

Website:

I don't have one

Referred by:

Yahoo

From:

Windham, New Hampshire USA

Time:

1998-10-05 23:01:00

Comments:

I am trying to do a family tree for my husband and I and I don't know how to start. Can you help or do you know someone who can???

 

 

Record 31

 

Name:

Norman Alan Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

 

Time:

1998-10-16 19:06:28

Comments:

Very Informative Site. Well done on your research.

 

 

Record 32

 

Name:

Guy Michael Pallister

Website:

 

Referred by:

Net Search

From:

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Time:

1998-10-21 05:58:08

Comments:

Congradulations on a great site. I am interested in finding out as much as I can about my family tree. My grandfather ( Guy Pallister ) immigrated to Canada from Sheffield around 1890. Any help you can give would be appreciated.

 

 

Record 33

 

Name:

Michael Stansfeld Rhodes

Website:

 

Referred by:

 

From:

Bradford, West Yorkshire

Time:

1998-11-03 00:13:19

Comments:

Michael Palliser (1815-1904) was my great, great grandfather, His daughter Jane Elizabeth married my great grandfather, Joshua Stansfeld, and her daughter Jane was my grandmother. If this is of interest, or if I can help with further information please contact me

 

 

Record 34

 

Name:

Scott Hurle

Website:

 

Referred by:

From a Friend

From:

Brighton

Time:

1998-11-03 11:00:20

Comments:

Hello, Stewart has showed me this page, it is really tops, keep up the good work Mrs S!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

Record 35

 

Name:

Ernie Pallister

Website:

pallister

Referred by:

 

From:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Time:

1998-11-24 05:08:06

Comments:

I'd be interested in your database

 

 

Record 36

 

Name:

Jeff Pallister

Website:

 

Referred by:

From a Friend

From:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Time:

1998-11-29 02:38:14

Comments:

great idea

 

 

Record 37

 

Name:

Peter Milsom

Website:

 

Referred by:

 

From:

 

Time:

1998-12-06

Comments:

Lost entry (re Milsom at Newby Wiske)

 

 

Record 38

 

Name:

John Christopher Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Net Search

From:

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Time:

1998-12-11 03:27:59

Comments:

Hi TJ Simmonds, Excellent home page. To add to your information I was born in Yorkshire in 1951 to Arthur and Winifred Palliser. I immigrated to Canada in 1974 with my wife Jane. We have two children born in Canada; Sarah aged 17 and Christopher 16. I am presently a Captain in the Canadian Coast Guard responsible for Marine Search and Rescue on the Pacific Coast. Unfortunately we are only able to trace the Palliser family back four generations. All apparently lived close to Bradford, Yorkshire. All the very best, John Palliser

 

 

Record 39

 

Name:

rosie pallister

Website:

n/a

Referred by:

Yahoo!

From:

Bedford in bedfordshire, uk

Time:

1999-02-11 18:31:48

Comments:

I've spoken to Jeff Pallister, in Canada in the hope of finding out if we are related at all, I was also approached by an Alun Pallister from bedford who was trying to find out if we were related to Gary Pallister the footballer, The only other information i have so far is that my great-grandfather was called Charles Pallister, but was killed in the second world war,my existing relatives are all from Hull in yorkshire, but it is more than likely our family were origionally of scottish decent!! If anyone could enlighten me on any similar information i would apreciated it! ta love rosie xxx

 

 

Record 40

 

Name:

Paul Smith-Palliser

Website:

Paul´s Home Page

Referred by:

From a Friend

From:

Lima, Peru

Time:

1999-02-22 21:32:18

Comments:

All the information here is very useful. Thanks and keep up the good work.

 

 

Record 41

 

Name:

Paul Smith-Palliser

Website:

Paul´s Home Page

Referred by:

From a Friend

From:

Lima, Peru

Time:

1999-02-22 21:35:50

Comments:

All the information here is very useful. Thanks and keep up the good work.

 

 

Record 42

 

Name:

Paul Smith-Palliser

Website:

Paul´s Home Page

Referred by:

From a Friend

From:

Lima, Peru

Time:

1999-02-22 21:42:47

Comments:

All the information here is very useful. Thanks and keep up the good work.

 

 

Record 43

 

Name:

David A. Tredinnick

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Odessa,Texas

Time:

1999-02-23 02:38:43

Comments:

I had just checked for our family name. We visited Liskeard,Cornwall and found our name to be quite common.

 

 

Record 44

 

Name:

johnpalliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Yahoo!

From:

watford

Time:

1999-03-06 11:14:08

Comments:

my fathers side are from yorkshire and we have a few books and bibles from our palliser generations its good to see that you have put alot of effort in to this proud history

 

 

Record 45

 

Name:

Seán O'Brien

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Waterford, Ireland

Time:

1999-03-26 21:18:12

Comments:

Renia, Surprise!!! Alas I bring bad news: Neansai passed away peacefully on January 26th last after an illness lasting almost 9 years. She had been unwell since Nov. '97, when told Cancer (of the Larynx) erupted for the 3rd time.No more could be done for her. Was forced to retire myself on August 21st.....due to more problems following quadruple by-pass surgery in 1989, and anyhow our G.P. said 'Neansai was no longer fit to be left alone'. We had only two days of my retirement together.....the first at Annestown, searching all the headstones in the C. of I cemetery. I took notes on many....and the Palliser ones.....also some slides of the latter. These slides are still not processed due to the situation. Next day we spent walking on beach nearby but on 3rd day she began to go downhill. We still made the occasional foray but she seldom got out of car, due to the cold and other discomforts. Among these trips was one to the C. of I. cemetery at Stradbally and some others. I felt there might be other links. One Sunday we decided to explore GUILCAGH, outside Portlaw, and accidentally were allowed onto the route of a motor rally. It was a frightening experience, which I should have kicked up a row about because stewards also allowed cars coming in the opposite direction to proceed on the route also. We 'took refuge' at the entrance to Portlaw catholic Church. talking to a local there, he said he believed there was a man named PALLISTER living in village. Never got around to pursuing that. Then about two days after Christmas, I persuaded Neansai to come for another drive....and went back to Guilcagh. Took notes(since mislaid but around) of most of the names there; but no Pallisers. Neansai came in for 2 or 3 mins as I wanted her to see the picturesque church. After she died I used her compact camera (never used for our serious work) to photograph the grave, flowers, etc. Got film back only yesterday and lo and behold discovered the 1st two shots were taken by her in Guilcagh that day...one of me setting up my tripod and her last picture...the other side of the church. I was very saddened, as we have taken a very active part in amateur photography in the 32 counties since early 70's....and have a houseful of trophies to prove it. Won the National AV Competition in 1986....and runners up on 3 or more other occasions. Neansai was the first female in the country (or elsewhere) to be awarded a Distinction by the Irish Photographic Federation....for colour slides. Got the Licentiateship a second time with an AV show. Votes of Sympathy passed by many photographic groups, one in Trinity College, Dublin by the I.P.F. Will send you on her obituary and other literature when I've recovered, which is taking a long time. Then had to have a foot X-rayed a few hours ago in Regional Hospital as it's giving me trouble for over a year.....and maybe same with second foot. Am hoping it's not a circulation problem. As you can see I've not had a minute. In my searching discovered that a Col. Palliser was a landlord who owned the townland of CROHANE, twixt my home village of Killenaule and Ballingarry, in south Co. Tipperary. A friend (ex R.A.F.) and I are working on this. This surprised me as my closest living relative, Eileen Barrett, lives at Crohane! Will come up with more eventually, I hope. Best wishes, Seán. 26.03.99. Note new e-mail address (because of our interest in cemeteries, of course!).

 

 

Record 46

 

Name:

Bob Kuhns

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Alexandria, Virginia, USA

Time:

1999-04-22 11:17:59

Comments:

I have been researching my Palliser line for some time now. I come from a line that immigrated to the U.S. in the 1860s. Two brothers, Christopher and John Palliser, came to the U.S. and established large families here. However, few Pallisers remain from either line. My grandmother (94 years)and her younger sister are Pallisers and still reside in the U.S. This line descended from John Palliser and Hannah Buckle from the East Ayton area of Yorkshire. John Palliser's parents were Christoper and Elizabeth Dunhill, also from the same general area of Yorkshire. Anyone see connections to their lines?

 

 

Record 47

 

Name:

Simon Pallister

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Harrogate, England now Sydney, Australia

Time:

1999-05-11 18:16:14

Comments:

Tracing back my family is something I'd love to do but never have the time. My father was originally from NE England (South Shields) I do not know much more about the Pallister side of my family

 

 

Record 48

 

Name:

Ronan Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

 

From:

 

Time:

1999-06-16

Comments:

Lost message (Re Palliser of Cork)

 

 

Record 49

 

Name:

Stephen Pallister

Website:

 

Referred by:

 

From:

 

Time:

1999-09-19

Comments:

Lost message (Re Pallister of Cumbria)

 

 

Record 50

 

Name:

Lisbeth Smith-Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Yahoo!

From:

Lima - Peru

Time:

1999-10-08 18:02:09

Comments:

My husband, his family, and I was looking for the Family Smith-Palliser in Internet, and we found your page. We will send you soon more information about our family in Lima - Peru.

 

 

Record 51

 

Name:

Guestworld

Website:

www.guestworld.com

Referred by:

 

From:

 

Time:

Mon, 13 Dec 1999 18:14:19 -0500

Comments:

As you know,  we recently suffered a significant outage with the server which handles your guestbook. A Disk Array failed on one of our many Guestbook Servers.  We replaced the failed hardware, but the data had been corrupted by the crash.  Our backup of the information turned out also to be corrupt.  Three of our best people along with Microsoft worked on the problem for days and finally reached the unfortunate conclusion that the data was gone for good.

 

 

Record 52

 

Name:

Renia Simmonds

Website:

Palliser Family Home Page

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

England

Time:

1999-12-14 11:36:00

Comments:

It seems that all the Guestbook entries (over 60 of them) have disappeared due to a problem. I think I have most of them saved on other files, but if you want to sign in again, feel free!

 

 

Record 53

 

Name:

Carey Palliister

Website:

 

Referred by:

Net Search

From:

Victoria, BC Canada

Time:

1999-12-15 17:08:00

Comments:

I have 20 years of accumulated Pallister research (probably group 8) but nothing on computer yet (believe it or not!) I would love to share my research with others but time is a factor. I am really impressed with your site. Well done Regards Carey Pallister

 

 

Record 54

 

Name:

Anne Cameron

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Calgary, Alberta, CANADA

Time:

1999-12-17 04:47:00

Comments:

Isabella Palliser is my ggg grandmother who married William James Benger on 31DEC1825 at Saint Dunstan in the West, Middlesex, England. They were parents to Sarah Benger, born on 29JUL1832 and who married Alban James Bradgate, 4JUN1854 at the Parish Church of Holborn, West London, Middlesex. She died in 1909 in Wandsworth, Middlesex. Sarah Benger and Alban James Bradgate had six children, my great grandfather was a son, Alban Bradgate. I have a great deal of information about the descendants of this family, all with a Palliser blood connection. Please do not hesitate to contact me about any Palliser information, especially Palliser information relating to the early 1800's in the London area. I would be more that pleased to share all my information with anyone who finds a blood connection with me. It would be most exiting.

 

 

Record 55

 

Name:

 

Website:

 

Referred by:

 

From:

 

Time:

1999-12-17 04:50:00

Comments:

None

 

 

Record 56

 

Name:

Margaret Hornsby

Website:

Maggie's Canadian Genealogy & More

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Born Barrie, Ontario - now living in Edmonton, Alberta

Time:

1999-12-20 02:26:00

Comments:

Your pages are wonderful! They seem to get better each time I visit. Keep up the good work! :-)

 

 

Record 57

 

Name:

John W. Tower, Sr.

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

New Milford, Connecticut, USA

Time:

2000-01-07 23:33:00

Comments:

I "surfed" in because I am researching one of my wife's ancestral lines, McCullough. As we are having difficulties tracing the ancestors I an tracing the spousal lines in hopes of finding the McCullough. I would like to know if our Palliser/Palister is in your database. Our Palliser is a "Hannah Palliser" who was born May 17, 1806 and died February 1, 1838. I do not know where she was born or died. What I do know is that between 1831 and 1833 she and her husband, Charles McCullough, had three children, Jane, Mary Ann and Thomas McCullough and the children were bapsized at the Odelltown Methodist Church, Lacolle, Quebec, Canada. An Elizabeth Palliser signed as a witness on the baptismal certificates. I suspect that Hannah died and is buried in the Lacolle area, but I do not have proof. Charles McCullough and family remained in the Lacolle area for several generations and Charles died in 1889.This is all of the information that I have on her. If you have any information at all on Hannah, Elizabeth or the McCullough's, please let me know. Thank you in advance for checking your database. I have enjoyed browsing around your site and its links. It is very impressive. Sincerely, John W. Tower, Sr.

 

 

Record 58

 

Name:

Danielle GIbbiee

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Calgary Alberta Canada!!!!!

Time:

2000-02-01 03:16:00

Comments:

Like this web site!

 

 

Record 59

 

Name:

Danielle

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Calgary AB CAnada

Time:

2000-02-01 03:15:00

Comments:

Hi I singed the guest book before and i clicked on email me but it didin't work so i'm asking you a question now. Well I have to study "Sir Jonh Palliser" for a grade 5 social studys thing for Canadian explores and I was just wondering if you could give me some info. ps I live in Palliser in South West Calgary Alberta Canada

 

 

Record 60

 

Name:

Dennis Pallister

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Jersey City, N.J. USA

Time:

2000-03-06 00:25:00

Comments:

Hi, I never knew that there was so much information on the Palliser name. You have put together quite a web site. I congratulate you for your time and effort and dedication. Some time ago I started to look up the surname Pallister but came to a very short halt since I could not go any further than my father and his two brothers. All I could gather was thier discharge papers and medals awarded to them during World War II. Since finding your site my interest have now been renewed and after reading all you have on this site I still cannot determine what group I belong to. But after all these years with the information you have given me I concider myself very satisfied. Thank you so very, very much and God bless you. Dennis James Pallister

 

 

Record 61

 

Name:

E. Obst

Website:

none yet

Referred by:

Net Search

From:

Florida, USA

Time:

2000-03-31 01:09:00

Comments:

Am searching for ancestors Mary Davis, who married Isaac Simmonds around 1800 in England. Do you have any info on this couple? If so, thanks in advance. Emily at evobst@aol.com

 

 

Record 62

 

Name:

jane smedley

Website:

 

Referred by:

Net Search

From:

york

Time:

2000-04-27 12:18:00

Comments:

I am researching Palliser on my mother's line. Her mother was a Palliser born in Linzford (Newcastle) at the end of the 19th Century. I originate from Liverpool and have Palliser details back through to the end of the 18th C in Bishop Monkton (Group 14 I think?). I have logged on at an internet cafe in York - where I now live. I will try to contact you at some time re my Palliser details in the hope that they are of use to the Webpage.The e-mail address I have given is my work one. Good hunting.

 

 

Record 63

 

Name:

Mike Matthews

Website:

www.boddyparts.co.uk

Referred by:

 

From:

Bristol

Time:

2000-05-04

Comments:

Lost message.

 

 

Record 64

 

Name:

Teresa Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Rigolet, Labrador

Time:

2000-05-19 19:56:00

Comments:

Hi, My daughter received an e-mail from you regarding the Palliser surname and I find this all very interesting. We are Pallisers from Rigolet Labrador. We are Inuit. The story is that Sir Hugh Palliser was exploring Labrador and encountered the Inuit in the area and gave them his surname and that is how we ended up with the surname Palliser. It is also believed that Sir Hugh brought some of my Inuit relatives to England to meet the Queen. I don't know if that is a family myth or if there is some truth to the story. I would like to know more information. Thank you! Teresa Palliser

 

 

Record 65

 

Name:

sharon pallister-young

Website:

 

Referred by:

Yahoo

From:

new mexico

Time:

2000-05-21 21:28:00

Comments:

I'm trying to find info on my grandmother, Carrie Jennings-Bland. She is from Chesapeake, virginia. Her husband was William H Bland. She died in 1979, I believe, in Chesapeake.

 

 

Record 66

 

Name:

sharon pallister-young

Website:

 

Referred by:

Yahoo

From:

new mexico

Time:

2000-05-21 22:22:00

Comments:

Sorry about the earlier note. If you have any info on my name I'd appreciate some help. My grandmother was Robina Cook from Scotland/Ireland. Her mother was Christina Cook. Robina met her husband, James Pallister-Young in Canada. That is the only info I have right now. Both grandparents are deceased. James died while serving in WW2. Robina (Ruby) lived in southern California. She died in 1988 age 76, I think. Thank-

 

 

Record 67

 

Name:

Sara Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Covington, Louisiana

Time:

2000-06-02 17:20:00

Comments:

Hi! I started looking up my geneology for a school project and found your site. It's really great what you're doing. I got really intrested in my lineage. Thanks for helping me find out more about my family. Anyone else in Group 14,please feel free to e-mail me! -Sara Palliser

 

 

Record 68

 

Name:

Diana Hill

Website:

 

Referred by:

Net Search

From:

 

Time:

2000-06-08 22:56:00

Comments:

No Pallisers found yet but plenty of Wheelers, Massys and even a Delap!

 

 

Record 69

 

Name:

Charles Donald Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

htmlGEAR

From:

Louisiana

Time:

2000-08-07 15:39:00

Comments:

Lots of Palliser's in the world! Didn't have a clue to this.

 

 

Record 70

 

Name:

Nancy Palliser

Website:

 

Referred by:

Just Surfed On In

From:

Inukjuak, Quebec

Time:

2000-08-21 16:17:00

Comments:

Hello, I just want to know if you have any of my geneaology. My great grandfather was Tommy Palliser from Labrador and his son George Ituk Palliser was named after Tommy's father. Nancy.

 

 

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