Jeanne Morrison

AncientFaces Member since Aug 03, 2015

About: Family researcher, looking for pictures to go with the names: Utecht, Lammers, TeWinkel, TeWinkle, Daane, Meerdink, Geurink, Roerdink, Oonk, Jakobsson, Johansson, Nordin, Lemke, Gertz, Morrison, Broy, Bray, Nordin, De Beau.

Researching: Morrison, Berndt, Jacobson, Lemke, Bray, Daane, Tewinkel, Lammers, Tewinkle, Johanson, Utecht, Meerdink, Geurink, Roerdink, Oonk, Nordin, Gertz, Broy, Jakobsson, Johansson, Fliederborn, Beau, De Beau, Baeu

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Unknown soldiers at either Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois or in France.
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Captions read: bird's-eye View, Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill. Accomodations for about 40,000 soldiers are provided. 200 soldiers live in a barrack.
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Unknown soldiers at Camp Grant. Caption reads: "Husky Huskers Husking" (Kitchen Police) - Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois. If anyone knows the identification of the individuals in the postcard, please contact me by e-mail or post a comment to this photo.
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Caption reads: Unexploded bomb. Nancy, France.
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Caption reads: Bourbonne-Les-Bains - Hotel de Ville - Ancien Chateau - Town Hall - Old Castle.
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Caption reads: A German charge, Fixed Bayonets: Photo taken from American Lines, France.
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Caption reads: Bourbonne Les-Bains - Sortie de la Messe.
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caption reads: Cold Steel, U.S. Marines. First hand Battle Painting by George Scott, eyewitness - France
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Caption reads: American Wounded after Bomardment - France.
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Caption reads: Covington Sinking.
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Jeanne Morrison Hello Jameyson...what a wonderful Scottish name you have! the information that I have concerning the Brays is that when they came to America, before the Revolutionary War, my ex-husbands family changed their name from Bray to Broy, because of the prejudice in America against the Irish (makes sense - most of America back then was settled by the English). The most documented information I have is that William Montgomery Broy was born in Pine Forge, Shenandoah County, Virginia in 1778. His father was John Broy. I have not yet been able to find if this is the immigrant John Bray/Broy from Ireland. William Montogomery's Broy's son, William Jr., moved to Clark County Indiana some time after 1818. that is where the family has lived since. I just did a quick on-line search, and will e-mail the information that I found.
Jan 24 · posted to the surname Bray