McAninch Family History Newsletter, Vol.II, Number 1, February 22, 1994

 

 A clearing house for surname McAninch and related families

 [Re-print, March 1999]

 

 

 

Table Of Contents

 

 

Nuggets from recent letters, and replies to Kathy's G.H. ad

page 1994-02

[Iowa, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Ulster]

 

 

 

A few colonial Virginia “teasers”

page 1994-04

 

 

McAninch in early Lincoln Co., Kentucky, Tax Books, 1787-1805

page 1994-05

 

 

Our Feature This Month: McAninch Trails through Tennessee

page 1994-06

William McAninch, Born About 1805, Lincoln County, Kentucky

page 1994-06

[not son] Samuel D. McAninch's line, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas

page 1994-07

His second [not third] son's line, Elias B., Mississippi and Texas

page 1994-09

His third [not fourth] son's line, John Forrest McAninch, Texas

page 1994-10

 

 

And our latest Tennessee branch, Frank McAninch, Kingsport

page 1994-11

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The Editor’s Corner

 

Welcome to all our new friends and relatives, and I continue to be amazed at the large number of McAninch's out there across this great land of ours.

 

Greetings from "shakey-town" -- being 40 miles from a 6.8 quake is really scary, and was a whale of a good ride (heck, people in other parts of the country pay good money at amusement parks for that kind of thrill ride!). Fortunately, all we lost was some glassware and some sleep, whereas damage was pretty bad in L.A., San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita, and Simi areas.

 

When planning for any kind of disaster, fire, flood, quake, tornado, etc., recognize the need to have multiple back-up copies of your important data, especially the genealogical data base you've worked on for years and years. I've always stashed an extra three copies in my office at work, in Anaheim; now I'm sending GEDCOM diskettes out-of-state, if home and work both crash.

 

Mea culpa, mea culpa. My Pennsylvania geography is not what it should be, and there were some significant mistakes in the last newsletter, including a goof merging (smashing?) three separate William's into one (William A-2). This is the Nike "Just Do It" style of journalism, with the Pennsylvania information to be corrected in the near future; meanwhile, there's some new Pennsylvania data in this issue below, and we need your continued response.

 

This Newsletter is Published by:

Frank McAninch, 17531 Montbury Circle,

Telephone: 714-846-5134

Huntington Beach, California 92649-4823

Permission hereby granted to copy freely for any non-commercial purpose.

 

McAninch Family History Newsletter Vol. II No. 1 February 1994 pg.1     page 1994-01

 

[original contents (except as noted); change font for online presentation (May 2003)]

 

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