Erin Nation

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Find a Grave ID
49164598

Bio

I love helping others. I have been researching my genealogy for years and have come to many dead ends, so to help others makes me happy.

I have been discovering more about my family through research and through FAG. My main areas of interest are the surnames of Krus, Popiel, Prefontaine, Petznik/Petznick, Lowden, Nash, Moulton, Dunbar, Malliat/Maillat, Szymczyk/Szymczak, Dyczkowski/Dyczkowska, Zamrowski and Marzecki/Marzecka/Marzencki.

I also research my husbands family names of Nation, Parker, Lafferty, Nugent, Fleming, Ford, Whitehead and Watson.

If there is a memorial page that I am managing and you would like to request a transfer, I follow the rules of Find A Grave, if you are of direct relation to the person, you can go through the Suggest Edits tab and down to the Suggest other and request.

Also, feel free to use any headstone photo I upload to any memorial. If it is a portrait photo of a specific person, please ask permission before using them as your own as they come from my family's personal albums.

As of lately, I have been researching my New England ancestors that are connected to the Mayflower and the Salem Witch trials. I am trying to go through and connect family memorials to preserve their memories and to reconnect them with their family members. I am a descendant of Richard Warren, one of the Mayflower passengers. I am also a descendant of Mary (Ayer) Parker, one of the women accused of witch craft and hanged at Gallows Hill. I am also associated with these New England names from that time period: Bailey/Bayley, Webber, Sawyer, Thorndike, Trask, Frye, Parker, Ayer, Dunbar, Moulton, Woodbury, Moore, Wilkins, Nichols, Keith, Lathrop, Hayward, Towne, Farnum, Church, Lovejoy, Eastman, Atherton, Watson. Bird, Hartshorn, Haverhill, Perkins and Philbrick.

I am also researching two Scottish clans, which is part of my Scottish heritage. I descend from Lowden's and Dunbar's through my paternal great grandma, which are part of Clan Campbell and Clan Dunbar.

I love helping others. I have been researching my genealogy for years and have come to many dead ends, so to help others makes me happy.

I have been discovering more about my family through research and through FAG. My main areas of interest are the surnames of Krus, Popiel, Prefontaine, Petznik/Petznick, Lowden, Nash, Moulton, Dunbar, Malliat/Maillat, Szymczyk/Szymczak, Dyczkowski/Dyczkowska, Zamrowski and Marzecki/Marzecka/Marzencki.

I also research my husbands family names of Nation, Parker, Lafferty, Nugent, Fleming, Ford, Whitehead and Watson.

If there is a memorial page that I am managing and you would like to request a transfer, I follow the rules of Find A Grave, if you are of direct relation to the person, you can go through the Suggest Edits tab and down to the Suggest other and request.

Also, feel free to use any headstone photo I upload to any memorial. If it is a portrait photo of a specific person, please ask permission before using them as your own as they come from my family's personal albums.

As of lately, I have been researching my New England ancestors that are connected to the Mayflower and the Salem Witch trials. I am trying to go through and connect family memorials to preserve their memories and to reconnect them with their family members. I am a descendant of Richard Warren, one of the Mayflower passengers. I am also a descendant of Mary (Ayer) Parker, one of the women accused of witch craft and hanged at Gallows Hill. I am also associated with these New England names from that time period: Bailey/Bayley, Webber, Sawyer, Thorndike, Trask, Frye, Parker, Ayer, Dunbar, Moulton, Woodbury, Moore, Wilkins, Nichols, Keith, Lathrop, Hayward, Towne, Farnum, Church, Lovejoy, Eastman, Atherton, Watson. Bird, Hartshorn, Haverhill, Perkins and Philbrick.

I am also researching two Scottish clans, which is part of my Scottish heritage. I descend from Lowden's and Dunbar's through my paternal great grandma, which are part of Clan Campbell and Clan Dunbar.

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