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Jollys of Mythop (27th April, 2005) : Cadet branch of the old Lancastrian families whose roots in England stretch back to the fourteenth century. Includes ancient ancestors, Norman conquest, medieval Lancashire, English Civil War, and Jacobite Rebellion.
Jarmaine (27th April, 2005) : Family history of Ian Jarmaine. Includes spelling variations.
Jefferies (27th April, 2005) : Family history of William Jefferies (1831-1913) as compiled by descendant Michael Jefferies.
Jordans from England to Southeastern USA (27th April, 2005) : Lineages from Virginia to Alabama including the migration of related familes, 1620 to present day.
Jordan Family (27th April, 2005) : From England to the United States, including pioneer history and recent reunion information.


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Janson Family () : Ancestors and decendents of Martin Janson. Surnames include Bonar, Backscheider, Dexter, Grebner, Strassel, Megel, Fegele and Simon.
Jorgenson () : Family history of Conrad M Jorgenson from Sortland, Norway who settled in the Great Falls Montana area in 1907. Compiled by Gary Steven Jorgenson.
Jandebeur Family () : For the ancestors of Michael Joseph Jandebeur to meet and post comments. Details of the annual family reunion can be found here.
Jordan Family () : From England to the United States, including pioneer history and recent reunion information.
Jordans from England to Southeastern USA () : Lineages from Virginia to Alabama including the migration of related familes, 1620 to present day.