|Kenneth Dwayne Pettit (#47443400)|
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|Kenneth Dwayne Pettit, b. March 26 1964 in Chico, CA. to present, son of Edward Pettit|
M #1. Janice Velvalene Turner, m. 05/1985, divorced 12/2000.
M #2. Alice Jean Long, m. 04/2006.
Children of Kenneth and Janice are;
1. Kurtis Dwayne b. October 27 1988 in Paradise, CA .to present
2. William Roy b. March 06 1990 in Paradise, CA. to present
3. Courtney Rose b. October 15 1992 in Paradise, CA. to present
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I believe this is a mistake. There is no way Henry would have lived to over 100, if he did in fact come to CT. What does the head stone say?
|Katie Hanes McClain||Memorial 67436232 Sir Henry Pettit|
Would you please advise where to obtain copy of the Pedigree of Pettit you have noted in this memorial. This Henry Pettit is my husband's 10th great grandpa, however we are interested in additional information concerning Henry. Specifically the Sir Henry title; did his family leave France due to religious persecution; info we have collected suggests they were Huguenot refugees when family came to America. Would appreciate any help. Thanks!
Hi, I would love to get more information on your family to add to my family tree.
I am a descendant of
Nelson Paulson (1800)
Peter Benjamin Nelson (1836 Sweden)
and where we differ is that I descend from his daughter Emma Nelson (1860-1899) who married Michael Fox.
Added by Helen on Jun 02, 2012 12:43 AM
|Jean Pettitt||Pettit Family Genealogy|
I would be interested in learning more about your family genealogy and assume you are a descendant of Henry Pettit and his son John. Is that correct?
My husband is descended from John's brother Thomas and wife Christian Mellows. He has results from a 65 marker DNA test that I would like to compare to other Pettit's. Have you had a DNA test?
I have our Pettit (we spell our name Pettitt after our ancestor John added a "T" in the early 1800's)line traced back to Henry and then reached a brick wall so I am particularly interested in knowing if your Henry is the same individual as our Henry.
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