- Paul Adams
- James T. Anderson
- Edith Lillie Bartley
Given in memory of my father, Leroy David Lillie, and in honor of my mother,
Alice Farnham Lillie. Their research I respect and appreciate, but it is their
fidelity and affection to their families, distant as well as close, still among
us as well as long gone, which inspire me.
- Christine Blevins
Dedicated to my husband's Grandparents: Aunt Golie and Ivory Jackson. Thank
you for getting me out of my rut.
- Tom and Donna Deming Bombaci
- M. Broughton Boone
To my grandmothers, Cam Boren and Mary Broughton, who nurtured my interest in
my past and taught me to look to my future, and to my great grandfather, William
Clement Boren. Sir, I never met you, but the great accumulation of genealogical
research you left for me to take up will give me a lifetime of enjoyment.
- Lauren Fearncombe Brockman
To my dear Mom and Dad who instilled in me this passion for family history and
to my dear, dear sister, Judy Fearncombe, who left us much too soon. I miss
you so much!
- Bill Brownell
- Louise Calaway
I am committed to assisting the free flow of information on the web in memory
of all of those who came before and all of those who will follow.
- Patricia M. Calchera
- Patti Caldwell
- Patricia Caster
Given in memory of my Mother Edith Maddux, who was able to meet some of her
Father's family at a reunion only six months before her passing.
- John D. Cooke
- H. Royce Culpepper
In memory of Mrs Velma Lowman Foshee, died August 1998, who spent the last 25
years of her life collecting over 42,000 names of Foshees (many spellings) and
- Michael P. Devine
This gift is provided in memory of Donald Edward Devine and Katherine Alice
Tormey, the loving parents of Michael P. Devine.
- Barbara Yancey Dore (aka) RootsLady
In loving memory of all my ancestors and for the benefit of all their descendants.
- Dennis G. Dover
In memory of my family and my gratitude to those family researchers who have
come and gone. Their dedication makes the task easier.
- Linda C. Dumas
- East of London Family History Society (EoLFHS)
To promote and encourage the study of family history amongst those living in
or having ancestral links with, that area of Greater London north of the Thames
extending from the edge of the City of London at Bishopsgate and Aldgate, eastwards
through the London Boroughs of Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Newham, Redbridge, Barking
and Dagenham, to the edge of Metropolitan Essex at Havering. Founded 1978.
- Evyonne Andrews Eddins
In memory of my early Texas ancestors.
- Melinda Kaye Elmore
For my grandmother, Martha May Roberson Nelson, who taught me to honor the past.
- Patti Caldwell Fasy
This donation is made in memory of my mother Doris Lorraine Grim Kinter Caldwell
Kipp, who's birth family I found two years ago. Mum, you now have roots!
- Wil Franklin
Donated on behalf of my parents Wilbur and Edna Franklin who not only support
but have joined me in the search for our ancestors.
- David M. Friscia
- Dianne L. Fulton
In loving memory of my grandmother, Evylene Paramore Springer, whom I miss greatly.
- Bill Good
Dedicated to my mother's grandfather, Henry F. Short. One of these days we'll
find out why you falsified your military and wedding certificates. There is
no record of you being born in NY City 13 March 1876 even though that's what
you told the Army. There is also no record of Lee and Beatrice Short who you
listed as your parents when asked by the Malden, MA city clerk in 1902. Then
again, you lied to the census taker in 1900 when you told them you were married
because you already a child. One of these days we'll find out your secret. We
consider it our ultimate genealogical challenge.
- Jim and Deborah Guy
To all the relatives that have been so considerate in sharing their knowledge
about our family past, so that our project may bring knowledge to our family
of the future.
- Walter Hampson
- Harneds of North America
John H Harned, Thomas L Harned, and the many other members of theHarned/Harnett
- Edward J. Hayden
- Paul and Hazel Henderson
In appreciation for all the persons who use their own time and resources to
make genealogical research a possibility by contributing so much to the system.
- Sherry Hicks
- Jennifer L. Hill-Corley
In memory of Clara Belle Shingleton Hill, George R. Hill, and George Shingleton
Hill, the grandfather I never met, but have always loved.
- Hugh Holland
This donation was made in hopes that others will follow suite and allow RootsWeb
to achieve all of their goals.
- Charmaine Riley Holley
In memory of Joel McLean Holley who returned home earlier than we might have
- Linnie Howell
- Hudson Family Association
- Eddie Joan Taylor Huskey
Dedicated to "Duchess" AKA Mary Alexandrena Kirk Taylor. My French,
Indian, Scot grandmother I love but never met.