After watching “The Great War” on PBS this week, I realized the significance of some notes in one of Great-Grandmother Lola’s ledger books, involving both the Frasier and the Pearson families.
I got the “Forgotten Hero” book in the mail earlier this week, and I’ve dug into the family history of the DNA match who shares a common ancestor with us. Nothing definitive yet, but perhaps some progress!
Following up on my trip to Scotland in June, I found out about some DNA testing that is available for males with the Fraser surname. Cousin Sara and I exchanged some ideas, and she quickly recruited her brother to submit a sample. Some really interesting findings have already turned up!
In this last installment about the Tainsh family, we’ll examine what we know about the family beyond the library years of 1805-1806. First, some background on the family. I was also able to confirm that James Tainsh was born on 24 Aug 1755 in Crieff to James Tainsh and Janet Dougal. His wife Betty Taylor was […]
In this post, we will explore the library books that my 4x-great-granduncles, James Tainsh and William Tainsh, checked out in the early 1800’s from the Innerpeffray Library near Crieff, Scotland.