Welcome to Edward and Carolyn Jack's family tree website! This tree is a mother-and-son effort. The names highlighted below are those of our main research lines.


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Charles Jack was born in Manchester, England, of a Scottish father and an English mother. On his father's side, he is a descendant of Ian MacIan, a relative of the Chieftain of the MacDonalds massacred at Glencoe in 1692. Ian's son Thomas Jack fought for the Jacobites at Culloden in 1745.

Jeannette Pouliot was French Canadian, from l'Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, and descended from many of the earliest French colonists, as well as from a Scottish highlander who was given land in Quebec in 1763, for his military service.

Lawrence Connors was the grandson of Irish immigrants to Boston. His mother's family (the Coynes and the Devers) were from Counties Sligo, Mayo, and Donegal. His father was placed in an orphanage at the age of 7, but we have recently learned something of his parents.

Grace Edwards was born in Nova Scotia, the descendant of English, Irish, German, Acadian, Montbeliard, and Scottish immigrants. She is descended from many of the first settlers of Nova Scotia, including at least two Loyalist soldiers of the American Revolution.

Hazel Senora Frey's ancestor Tobias Frey came from Germany to York, Pennsylvania in 1729, and the family is still there today.

Louise A. Maul also comes from a long line of people who originally came from Germany and Switzerland to York, Pennsylvania as early as 1733. Her line includes Bott, Oberlander, Bager/Baugher, Ziegler, Schmidt, Menges, and Miller as well as Maul/Moul.


Our Family Tree

The main attraction, with over 20,000 names. Here you can visually browse our family tree, search our surname list or find someone in the index. Some pages require a password to protect the privacy of living people.

Click on parents' or children's names to navigate the tree. Click on the person's name to view additional notes or photos.





Created 5 Mar 2001, by
Ed Jack and Carolyn Jack
Last updated March 11, 2014