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Welcome to the HARRIS section of the Kyle Family History web sites. The contents of the pages on this web site represent branches of just the HARRIS side of our family.
TO GO TO THE DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THIS WEB SITE, CLICK ON THE LINKS ALONG THE TOP OF THIS PAGE OR CLICK ON THE FAMILY NAMES AT THE SIDE OF THIS PAGE.
There has been research done on the other branches as well. For the KYLE ancestry, click here, on the links on the first pedigree chart, or contact me directly. There has been extensive research done on the Sauber lineage and most lines have been traced in Luxembourg back to the 1600's or early 1700's. For the SAUBER ancestry, click here, on the links on the first pedigree chart, or contact me directly. There has also been extensive research done on branches of the NAY family with many branches traced into the 1600's or earlier. For the Nay family, click here, on the links on the first pedigree chart, or contact me directly. Anyone wishing to correspond with me on these family lines or any of the others should contact me directly.
These pages are a "work in progress" and there will be continual corrections, additions and updates. I would welcome any suggestions, additions or corrections you would care to make. The data here represents 35 years of my personal research. Because of time and space constraints the data on this site will be just a small portion of the data and history about these familes that I have. I will be adding documents in the future that I feel give credence or substance to my research and the family's history. If you have any questions about any other data I may have on particular families please contact me.
McIntire Garrison House Scotland, York County, Maine
built 1665 Home of our early McIntires
Standing: Cheryl Ann Kyle Smith, Nancy Kay Appley Kyle Stickler
Seated: Virginia Marian Nay Kyle Jones, Richard Norman Kyle
I would warn the researcher to understand that the data on these pages is not perfect. They are full of errors and ommisions that hopefully we will be able to correct in the future with better data. It is my belief that a genealogy is never completed or ever 100% correct in what it presents. I am constantly finding new data and new relatives that change what we previously thought was right about a family. The data shown here is just a "snapshot in time" of where I am at right now in my research and should be treated as such.
The indexes and titles under photos are by the woman's maiden name. The numbering system on family pages is the Henry method. To determine the next generation back, simply take the last digit off of the person's assigned number and then look for the resulting number to find the parents.
I have over 100 old photos of the family and these will be on the site as I have time to get them scanned. I would welcome any photos of the older members of the family that you are willing to send me.
I hope you enjoy what I have here and it will prove to be of value to you in finding out more about your own family ancestry.
Best Regards, Richard Kyle
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