"The List" of Lindsay Researchers
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"The List" of Lindsay Genealogical Researchers

"The List" below, of Lindsay (how ever spelt) genealogical researchers, is open to those of both the family and professional ranks.  These individuals have volunteered their names and the particular Lindsay family lineage they are researching to be posted on this page.  

If you are a Lindsay genealogical researcher and wish to have your basic path of research posted at the Lindsay International web site, please send an e-mail message to Ron Lindsay with the information listed below.

  1. Researcher's name?

  2. Researcher's e-mail address?

  3. Complete name of your oldest known Lindsay progenitor being researched?

  4. Place of birth & death for your oldest known Lindsay progenitor (country/state/county/city)?

  5. Date of birth & death of your oldest known Lindsay progenitor?

  6. Known migration path for this oldest known Lindsay progenitor and his descendants, i.e. Scotland/Ireland/Canada/Australia?

  7. Web site location, if one exists, where your Lindsay research can be viewed?

  8. Relationship of researcher to the oldest known Lindsay progenitor named in item 3 above?

  9. Professional genealogist with credentials or family genealogist?

  10. Researcher's willingness to have this information posted at this web site with possible contact from other Lindsay researchers?

The idea is to hopefully provide Lindsay genealogical researchers with the names of others who might be researching the same Lindsay lineage, which could facilitate the sharing of information.

If you see another individual, in this list, who is researching what appears to be your Lindsay lineage, click on the e-mail address provided and send the other researcher an e-mail message and share your information with them.  Hopefully each person can gain from the exchange of data.

"The List" of Lindsay genealogical researchers below are posted in alphabetical order based on their current surname.

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"The List"

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Lindsay/Lindsey/Lindesay/Linzey/Linzee

 Genealogical Researchers

Updated January 29, 2014, with new additions and e-mail address updates.  New since the last update is Lindsay genealogical researcher #135.  "The List" now contains 147 Lindsay genealogical researchers listed alphabetically below.  If the Lindesay/Lindsay/Lindsey/Linzee/Linzey lineage being researched has been DNA tested it will be noted in red print, in the last sentence of the descriptive paragraph, with a hyperlink to the affiliated DNA Grouping.

  1. Katie Angermeyer, E-Mail Katie , family genealogist researching Moses Lindsey b. circa 1760 Virginia, d. circa 1810 Washington County, VA.

  2. Deborah Austin, E-Mail Deborah , family genealogist, researching her 5th great grandfather James Lindsey b abt 1770 North Carolina m. Mary McMann.

  3. Carla Lindsay Barber, E-Mail Carla, family genealogist researching John Lindsay, b. 17 Jan. 1771, d. 29 Aug. 1839 in Liverpool, Perry County, Pennsylvania. Married Sarah ? b. 2 April 1775 and d. 14 Dec. 1843.  Three known children were my ggg grandfather, John Christie Lindsay, b. 31 May 1803, d. 25 Aug. 1864 in Liverpool, Pa., William Lindsay born about 1808 in Pennsylvania, Isabella Ann Lindsay O'Neil, b. 28 Feb. 1812, d. 2 June 1884.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 15.

  4. Barbara A. Barooshian, E-Mail Barbara , family genealogist researching Thomas Lindsey b. 1723 Scotland, d. (by drowning) 1787 Bridgewater, Massachusetts, married Elizabeth Turner, daughter of William & Eleanor (Whitman) Turner.  The parents of Thomas Lindsey were to sail from Londonderry, Northern Ireland to America abt. 1700's.  In Londonderry, Thomas's  father joined some friends in a steeple chase, fell off his horse and died; the widow brought her 9 children to America, 3 of whom settled in New England.

  5. Josephine Lindsay Bass, E-Mail Josie , family genealogist researching William H. Lindsay b. circa 1780, d. ?.  William H. Lindsay married Polly Alvis in 1802 at Tinkling Springs Presbyterian Church, Staunton, Virginia, and are the presumed parents of Zachariah Lindsay 1814-1892 of Lawrence and Limestone Cos. Alabama.  The web site for viewing additional information is http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 5.

  6. Alan Lindsay Berry, E-Mail Alan , family genealogist researching John Lindsay b. 1795, Scotland, d. 1885 Rockfish, Cumberland County, North Carolina.  John Lindsay was the son of John Lindsay (the elder) and Mary Shaw of Isle of Jura, Scotland.  John Lindsay migrated from Scotland to North Carolina in 1838 with his wife Mary Black and three children.  Two of their children were born in Scotland, another on the voyage to America and four in North Carolina.  John & Mary Black Lindsay settled in Rockfish, North Carolina.  The geography of Rockfish, NC was first located in Cumberland County, North Carolina, then in 1912 Rockfish became a part of Hoke County, NC.  The family is referred to as the Galatia Lindsays which references the Galatia Presbyterian Church in Rockfish, NC where they were members and the place of their burial.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 7.

  7. Gregg Lindsay Bilyeu, E-Mail Gregg , family genealogist researching John Lindsay b. circa 1808 County Atrim, Northern Ireland, d. 1890 Canada and is buried in Opinicon Cemetery.  Immigrated to Upper Canada in 1824 and was married to Margaret Ballantyne (1819 – 1909).  John and Margaret were the parents of 8 children; Samuel, Martha, Robert, Thomas, Annie, Mary, Margaret and Joseph. It is believe that John Lindsay’s (ca 1808 – 1890) parents were Samuel Lindsay and Ester Hughes.

  8. Jack Blair, E-Mail Jack , genealogist, with credentials, researching Master John Lindsay of Blairyfeddon (notary public), b. ca 1495 Dowhill?, Cleish, Kinross, Scotland, d. ca 1546 Angus, Scotland.  The known migration path for John Lindsay was Kinross to Perth to Angus, Scotland.

  9. Diana Bradley, E-Mail Diana , family genealogist researching Joshua Lindsay b.1737 or 1743, Caroline County, VA , d. Feb. 1813, Rockingham County, NC, m. Mildred Vernon, Rockingham County, NC in 1781.

  10. Ronald Brennan, E-Mail Ronald , family genealogist researching John Lindsay b. ?, d. before Sept. 1778 Charlotte County, Virginia.

  11. Vicki Lindsey Bright, E-Mail Vicki , family genealogist, researching Carlton Alexander Lindsey Sr., b. 1820 Kentucky, d. ?, m. ?.   The father of Carlton Alexander Lindsey Sr. is believed to be Starling/Sterling Lindsey.  Carlton Alexander Lindsey Sr. eventually moved to Mississippi.

  12. Irene Lindsay Cassidy, E-Mail Irene, family genealogist, researching, Charles Lindsay b. abt 1788 Dumfries?? Scotland d. March 1860 Cockermouth Cumberland England, married 1811 Dinah Vickers b. abt 1787 England. Joseph Lindsay son of Charles & Dinah b. 1819 Cumberland England d. St Kilda Victoria Australia, married 1841 Sarah Pearson & married 1870 Ellen Hannah Heffernan b. 1837 Tipperary Ireland.

  13. Vivian Toole Cates, E-Mail Vivian , family genealogist researching Jeremiah Lindsey b. circa, 1735-40 St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia, d.1800 Greene County, Georgia.  A 1710 Land Patent in New Kent County, Virginia identifies a Joseph Lindsey (b. circa 1670) as father of a Jeremiah Lindsey.  Thus there were probably at least two generations of Jeremiah Lindseys in Hanover which was taken from New Kent County, VA in 1720.  A Joseph Lindsey and a William Lindsey were on the 1704 quit rent roll for New Kent County, VA.

  14. Karen Cloud, E-Mail Karen , family genealogist researching gggg grandmother Hannah Lindsay born 1815 NY died December 23 1880 Brooklyn NY.  Married William St. John circa 1844; had at least five known children:  Ann M., William Jr.,  Josephine, Angeline and Sarah Frances.  First three died in childhood and are buried at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn.  Hannah's parents were born in New Jersey.

  15. Floyd A. Colbert, E-Mail Floyd , family genealogist researching William Lindsay b. 1738 Franklin County, Pennsylvania, d. aft. 1819.

  16. Betty L. Collier, E-Mail Betty , family genealogist researching John Lindsey  b. ?, d. circa 1823 Lauderdale County, Alabama, m. ?.  John Lindsey had a son, Jacob Lindsey who died in New Madrid County, Missouri in 1816.

  17. Elizabeth Cook, E-Mail Elizabeth, family genealogist researching John Lindsay, b. Apr. 3, 1860 Greenock, Scotland, d. 1903 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, m. unknown.  Two sons, William and Robert Lindsay were born in New South Wales, Australia.  The known migration path for this lineage of Lindsays is Scotland to Australia.

  18. Heather Corey, E-Mail Heather , family genealogist,  researching  James Lindsay b. ? Scotland, d. ? , married Margaret Stephen of Scotland.  James and Margaret Lindsay were the parents of William Lindsay who married Mary MacGregor on Nov. 30,1888 in Edinburgh.  William and Mary Lindsay had seven children, one of which was William Lindsay b. 1891 Perth, Scotland, d. 1947 Redfield, Saskatchewan, Canada, married Betsy Stewart b. 1896 Perth, d. 1977 Canada.  William and Betsy Lindsay migrated from Scotland in 1910 to Canada, possible via Halifax and then to Ontario and to homestead at Redfield, Saskatchewan, Canada.  William had cousins who settled in St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada; two brothers who started a sawmill or lumberyard at St Catherines, and a sister who settled in Toronto Canada. If you know anything about any of these people please contact me.

  19. Ann Lindsey Crumpton, E-Mail Ann , family genealogist researching Joshua May Lindsey, b. c 1769 in NC and died Dec. 1841 in Tishomingo County, Mississippi.  Joshua May Lindsey is possibly the son of James Lindsey and Mary Carlton.  Joshua May Lindsey migrated from NC to Spartanburg Co., SC to Christian Co., KY to McNairy Co., TN to Tishomingo Co., MS. His known children are:  John H., Thomas Hampton, Caleb, and William Perry Lindsey.  Alfred Joshua Lindsey is perhaps his son also.  There was at last 1 daughter, per the 1800 census.

  20. Sue DeJournett, E-Mail Sue , family genealogist, researching Henry Lindsay, b. abt. 1804, who lived in Harrison County, West Virginia in 1830. His wife may have been Dorothy Thompson. Apparently, they had sons named McCann Lindsay and Thompson Lindsay, as well as other children. Thompson Lindsay had two marriages with several daughters but no sons. His daughter, Margaret J. Lindsay was born to his first wife in abt.1828.  Margaret J. Lindsay married Elijah Cottrill in Barbour Co., WV in 1863.  I would like to know where this Lindsay branch originated and to whom they are connected.

  21. Janice Deney, E-Mail Janice , family genealogist researching Archibald Lindsey, b. bef 1720 Northern Ireland, d. ?, married to Priscella Stephenson of Connecticut.  A son Stephen Lindsey, b. 22 March 1759 Connecticut, d. 14 August 1846 New York, married Sally McNitt of Massachusetts.  Archibald’s father is believed to be James Lindsey of Ireland.

  22. Kitty Lindsay Diggs, E-Mail Kitty , family genealogist researching Opie Lindsay, b. circa 1745, Northumberland County, Virginia, d. 1815 Fairfax County, Virginia.

  23. Diana Dobbins, E-Mail Diana , family genealogist researching James Lindsey b. 1799 Tennessee, d. ?, married Nancy Pate before 1825.  The migration path of James Lindsey was Sevier & Jefferson Counties, Tennessee to Coosa County, Alabama.  A son, John Lindsay (name change), migrated from Coosa County, Alabama to Jasper, Tennessee to Laclede County, Missouri.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 4.

  24. Pat Doyle, E-Mail Pat , family genealogist researching John Lindsay born 1785 and Ann Carlisle born 1795 both born in County Down, Northern Ireland married in 1815 & had the following children, Jane, Sarah Ann, Robert, Maria, John all born in Ireland, possibly Mallow Parish Cork, then moved to North Beaver Lawrence County, Pennsylvania and had 5 more children Nancy, Susana, Charlotte, Mary and Elizabeth. Robert married in Ireland and two of his sons is known to have migrated to Queensland, Australia researching John Lindsay born 1785 and Ann Carlisle born 1795 both born in County Down, Northern Ireland married in 1815 & had the following children, Jane, Sarah Ann, Robert, Maria, John all born in Ireland, possibly Mallow Parish Cork, then moved to North Beaver Lawrence County, Pennsylvania and had 5 more children Nancy, Susana, Charlotte, Mary and Elizabeth. Robert married in Ireland and two of his sons is known to have migrated to Queensland, Australia researching John Lindsay born 1785 and Ann Carlisle born 1795 both born in County Down, Northern Ireland married in 1815 & had the following children, Jane, Sarah Ann, Robert, Maria, John all born in Ireland, possibly Mallow Parish Cork, then moved to North Beaver Lawrence County, Pennsylvania and had 5 more children Nancy, Susana, Charlotte, Mary and Elizabeth. Robert married in Ireland and two of his sons is known to have migrated to Queensland, Australia.

  25. Carrie Duffy, E-Mail Carrie , family genealogist researching John J. Linzey (changed to Lindsay) b. circa 1837 Alabama? or South Carolina?, d. circa 1908 Pike? or Montgomery? County, Alabama. John J. Linzey/Lindsay married Nancy Harper 07 Feb. 1855 in Jefferson County, Alabama.

  26. Vicki Duncan, E-Mail Vicki , family genealogist, researching Isaac Lindsay, b. ca 1779 Tennessee d. ?, m. Betsy ?.  Isaac and Betsy Lindsay had a son, Benjamin Franklin Lindsay (1779 TN-1838) who married Mary Amy Earl (Earle) in Raleigh, North Carolina.

  27. Briana S. Felch, E-Mail Briana , family genealogist researching David Lindsay b. 1695 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, d. ?, married Ruth Nyse.  Migration Path: Scotland?; Pennsylvania; Shenandoah Valley, VA; Greene Co, Tennessee; Madison Co, Alabama; Shelby Co, Alabama; Talladega Co, Alabama.

  28. Lindsey Finken, E-Mail Lindsey , family genealogist researching John Lindsay b. 1799 Northern Ireland, d. 1878, buried in Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Sigel, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.  John Lindsay married Mary (maiden name unknown).  Mary died in 1871 and is also buried in Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Sigel, Pennsylvania.  John & Mary migrated to the United States about 1850 and were the parents of John, John Joseph and Jane Lindsay.  Jane Lindsay married Robert Mackey in Northern Ireland ca 1840, and were the parents of James Mackey who came to Pennsylvania, USA with John and Mary Lindsay about 1850.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 7.

  29. Todd Finley  E-Mail Todd  family genealogist researching John M. Lindsay, b. ? Hudson Valley, New York.  John M. Lindsay moved to Newfane, Niagara, New York area ca. 1820.  He married Eliza Taylor and had four known children:  Harmon Lindsay (b. 1835), Mary Lindsay (b. 1838), Charles Lindsay (b. 1839) and Horatio Lindsay (b. 1841). Purportedly of Scottish descent, but unknown how this Lindsay lineage came to New York state.

  30. Dan Ford, E-Mail Dan, family genealogist researching William Lindsey, b. ca 1808 Pennsylvania, d. 1870 Hocking Co, Ohio.   The known migration path for this oldest known Lindsey progenitor and his descendants was Pennsylvania to Bearfield, Perry, Ohio by 1840, then to Benton, Hocking, Ohio by 1850. William Linsey m. Lydia Beard on 10 Oct 1830 in Muskingum, Ohio.   They had 7 children:  Rachael, Jessie, Margaret, James, Sarah, Solomon, and William.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and is represented by DNA participant L0167 who is not currently classified in any one of the Project’s seventeen DNA Groupings.

  31. Mary Jo Freeman, E-mail Mary Jo , family genealogist, researching Nathan Lindsey, b. abt 1780 (probably VA), d. unknown, married to unknown.  Nathan lived in Ohio in 1803, Indiana in 1808 and Missouri in 1830.   There were three sons; William (1805), Lemuel (1810) and Unknown.  There were three daughters: Mary "Polly" Willard, Ann Greer and Sarah Cary, all married in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, but moved away. 

  32. DeeAnna Funderburg, E-Mail DeeAnna , family genealogist researching Maj. William Lindsay b. 1743 Mt. Pleasant, Fairfax County, VA., d. Sept. 15, 1793 Laurel Hill, Fairfax County, VA., married Ann CALVERT in 1766 Culpeper County VA.  William and Ann Calvert Lindsay were the parents of a son William Lindsay b. July 3, 1773 Prince William County and married Catherine Washington SANFORD, about 1804 VA. Their son John Randolph b. March 20, 1813 VA, d. about 1861 near Sherrill, AR, married Sarah A. PULLEN Dec.24, 1835 Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co; AR. Their daughter Eliza born about 1848 AR, married William Joel BAYLISS Oct.6, 1869 Pine Bluff, AR. She died at the age of 25 on June 22, 1875, Pine Bluff, AR.

  33. Kylee Furtak, E-Mail Kylee , family genealogist researching William Lindsay, b. ? d. ? Northern Ireland?, married Margaret Elizabeth Ewing.  William & Margaret had a son, George Lindsay, born 1766 Kilalla, County Mayo, Northern Ireland, died April 19 1841.  George married (1) Euphemia Gregg, (2) Jennie Magee.  George & Jennie Magee Lindsay had eight children, the youngest being a son Stuart Lindsay who immigrated to Australia on the ship Forfarshire circa 1848.  Stuart Lindsay was born 8 March 1919, County Mayo, Northern Ireland and died 26 November 1867 in Sandy Creek, Australia.  Stuart was married to Charlotte Brock in 1850 in Adelaide, South Australia.  Several of Stuart Lindsay’s siblings emigrated from  Northern Ireland to Wisconsin, USA.

  34. Venita Gallaspy, E-Mail Venita , family genealogist researching John Lindsay b. ca 1639 Lynn, New Jersey, d. ?, m. Mary Alley June 6, 1667 in Lynn, New Jersey.  John & Mary are believed to be the parents of James Lindsay b. ca 1700 Essex County, Virginia and married Sarah Daniel.

  35. Kim Garrett , E-Mail Kim , family genealogist researching my 5th great-grandmother, Margaret Lindsay b.? Northern Ireland d. ? Robeson County, NC?, married Gerard Brandon in Ireland and they had at least one son - Gerard Brandon b. ca 1750 in County Donegal or County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.  After the death of Margaret's husband, she and her son, Gerard, migrated to America shortly before the American Revolution, following Margaret's brother William, who had come to America several years earlier.  It is my understanding they landed in Charleston, SC.  By 1779 Gerard Brandon had migrated to Adams County, Mississippi, however, his mother remained in the Carolinas remarrying to a John Scott. Margaret and John Scott had a son by the name of John Scott. It is believed Margaret was buried in Robeson County, NC - year unknown - in a private cemetery on Scott property.

  36. Dave Giesbrecht, E-Mail Dave , family genealogist, researching Christopher Lindsay, b. 27 Mar 1827 Ireland (possibly Belgee, Hollywood), d. 8 Dec 1900 Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Canada, arrived in present-day Ontario about 1847, married Elizabeth Jane Smith (parents unknown) about 1848.  They had 8 children: Joseph, David, James (researcher's descendent), Robert, Madeline, Mary Ann, Joseph, and William. 

  37. Irene Good, E-Mail Irenefamily genealogist, researching David Lindsay, b. 1801 Forfarshire, Scotland d. 1885 West Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada.  d in 1823 and they were the parents of ten children.  The migration route for David Lindsay was Forfarshire, Scotland to Dunlop, New Brunswick, Canada to Bathurst, Canada.

  38. Leslie Lindsay Granville, E-Mail Leslie , family genealogist researching John Lindsay b. September 29, 1774 Kirriemuir ?, Scotland, d. April 19, 1831 Montrose, Scotland, married Janet Blues/Blews September 29, 1799.  John Lindsay was the founder of John Lindsay & Son, Builders' Merchants (slaters), Montrose, Scotland.  The children of John and Janet Lindsay were William (b.1801), John Jr. (b.1805), Andrew (b.1804), Peter (b. 1806), Sands (sailor, no dates) and Robert (no dates).

  39. Evelyn Lindsey Grevelle, E-Mail Evelyn , family genealogist researching Dennis Lindsey b. abt. 1690 (unknown location) had children in St. Paul’s Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 1725-1738 with Barbara (may be Wilkerson) d. abt. 1742 (based on Barbara’s marriage to Josiah Branham in 1742 at St. Paul’s Parish).  Included as a descendant of Dennis & Barbara is Moses Lindsey b. 31 Jan 1728 d. Jul 1788 Richmond County, Georgia leaving sons Dennis (wife Lucy Holiday daughter of Ambrose Holiday and wife Margaret Hill Holiday), John & William (wife Martha Dismukes).  Moses Lindsey was married to Mary Donaldson in Orange County, Virginia.  Moses’ grandson John Lindsey b. 1797 Columbia County, Georgia (previously Richmond County) d. 1869 Elba, Coffee County, Alabama leaving several children.  He was married first to Susannah May (daughter of Peter May of North Carolina).  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 9.

  40. Helen Hahn, E-Mail Helen , family genealogist researching W. (William?) John Lindsay b. circa 1760 New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland, came from Scotland to Canada circa 1800, d. 1822 Truro, (Brookevale) Nova Scotia, Canada.

  41. Joseph W. Lindsay Haley, E-Mail Joseph , family genealogist researching Robert Lindsay, founder of the “Mount”, Fairfax County, Virginia b. ca 1710  d. 1784 Virginia, married Susanna (maiden name unknown).  Based on the will of Robert Lindsay, dated September 11, 1784, he named his children as William Lindsay (Laurel Hill), Opie Lindsay (“The Mount”), Thomas Lindsay (Mount Pleasant) and Mary Ann Lindsay who married Mr. Boggess.   Joseph Haley descends from the lineage of Opie Lindsay of The Mount.

  42. Ada Lindsey Hughes, E-Mail Ada, family genealogist researching Landy (b. ca 1740 Virginia d. 1793 Wilmington, Fluvanna County Va.) and Catharine Quarles Lindsey.  Ada is the 4th great granddaughter to Landy (ca 1740 VA - 1793 Fluvanna County VA) and Catharine Quarles Lindsey.   By 1805, Catharine and several sons moved to Jessamine/Woodford County, Kentucky.  Son, Henry, died in Woodford, Kentucky.  In 1823, 3 or 4 sons were in Hinds County, Mississippi.  Those sons were Landy W. (b. 1 Feb, 1780, d. 1849), William B. (b. ca 1784, d. 5 Oct, 1830), Joseph (b. ca 1775, d. 1836), and possibly Nathaniel.  Other sons moved (also in 1823) to Cass/Morgan County, Illinois.  Those sons included Allen Quarles Lindsey (b. 6 July, 1771, d. 29 Nov 1861), and possibly James.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 3  .

  43. Kate Johnson,  E-Mail Kate , family genealogist researching Margaret Lindsay b. February 15, 1790 in Edinburgh? or Lanarkshire, Scotland?, d. June 28, 1852 Chinguacousy Township, Ontario, Canada, married John Stoddart on April 29, 1811 Edinburgh, Scotland, immigrated to Ontario, Canada in 1819.  According to her marriage record, Margaret Lindsay's father was James Lindsay, "labourer".  There is a family legend that Margaret Lindsay's parents were James Lindsay and Margaret Douglas and that Margaret Douglas was the daughter of Lord John Douglas.  This is not confirmed.   Kate Johnson's web site for viewing additional information on her family tree is  http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/o/h/Kate-Johnson/GENE2-0002.html 

  44. Joseph E. Johnston, E-Mail Joseph, family genealogist researching Janette Lindsay, b. Jul 1832, Scotland, d. 1 Nov 1900, Barron County, Wisconsin, probably Cedar Lakes Township.  Janette married James McIntyre/McIntire about 1851, Wisconsin.  First documented census is 1870, Sumner, Trempealeau, Wisconsin.  She is living with her husband, James McIntyre, with children: Jeanette, b. 1853, Wisconsin; James Jr., b. 1854, Wisconsin; Mary, b. 1861, Wisconsin; Claudia, b. 1863, Wisconsin. Living next door to Janette Lindsay McIntyre is a: William Lindsay, b. 1841, Scotland, wife, Clara, b. 1843, children: Gertrude, age 6; Clara, age 3, and Jennie, age abt 7 months.  William Lindsay (b. 1841) is thought to be a brother.  Janette and husband James McIntyre are found in Cedar Lakes, Barron, Wisconsin in 1880.  The 1900 Census, Cedar Lakes, Barron, Wisconsin shows Janette Lindsay McIntyre living with daughter, Mary McIntyre Johnston and shows an immigration date from Scotland of 1842. Janette Lindsay is my G G Grandmother.

  45. Bob Jordan, E-Mail Bob , family genealogist researching John Lindsey b. circa 1775 Rutherford County, North Carolina, d. 1837 Spencer County, Indiana.  This John Lindsey was possibly son of James Lindsey and grandson of William Lindsey of Brunswick County, VA.  The migration path of John Lindsey was Rutherford County, NC to Warren County, Kentucky to Grayson County, Kentucky to Spencer County, Indiana.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 8.

  46. Phyllis Lindsey Jordan, E-Mail Phyllis, family genealogist researching Jessie Lindsay b.ca 1800, Paris, Kentucky, d. 1842, Daviess Co., Kentucky, m. Carr Riggs, Nelson Co., Kentucky in 1824.

  47. Paul Thomas Keenan, E-Mail Paul , family genealogist researching Ann Lindsay b. ca 1800 County Down Northern Ireland, d. ?, married John Keenan circa 1824.  Ann Lindsay Keenan's descendants now live in Scotland, England, Germany, Spain and the United States.

  48. Anne Lindsay Kerr, E-Mail Anne , family genealogist researching James Lindsay b. circa 1823 Monaghan County, Ireland, d. 1879 Largs, Ayrshire, Scotland.  His son, James Lindsay (Jr.), married Mary Ann Boyd and had ten children, all born in Largs, Scotland.  Descendants of James Lindsay migrated to the United States between the years 1911 and 1920.

  49. Penny Kidd, E-Mail Penny , family genealogist researching William Lindsay b. 1809 Channelkirk, Scotland, d. 1888, married Agnes Smith 17 May 1833 Edinburgh.  The descendants of William Lindsay, one James Lindsay, first migrated from Scotland to Australia Nov. 1887 on the SS Britannia and then to New Zealand in 1894.  William Lindsay, Solicitor, Perth Australia, Alexander Lindsay, James Lindsay who took over Wm Lindsay & Sons cooperage, Cannonmills, Edinburgh. 

  50. Eleanore S. Kilpatrick, E-Mail Eleanore , family genealogist researching Dr. William Lindsay b. 24 Dec. 1795 Lincoln County, NC, d. 7 May 1876 Preble County, Ohio, m. (1) Rhoda Alison Smith March 1819 (2) Harriet Overton 1841 (3) Emeline Wilkinson 1843;  William Lindsay fathered 16 children by the three wives.  The parents of William Lindsay was Samuel Lindsay and Eleanor Wilson.  Family lore states that Dr. William Lindsay told his family that he was descended from the Lindsays of Edzell, Scotland 

  51. Charity Lindsay King, E-Mail Charity , family genealogist researching Pleasant (Pleas) Lindsay b. Feb. 18, 1873 Mason County, Texas, moved to Earlsboro, Oklahoma circa 1917, d. ?.

  52. Betty Faye Holt Lawton, E-Mail Betty , family genealogist researching James Lindsey b. ? Edgefield County, South Carolina, d. ? Wilkinson County, Georgia.  Possible migration path: Northern Ireland to South Carolina, USA.  Click on web site for viewing additional information regarding this Lindsay lineage.

  53. Chris Lindesay, E-Mail Chris , family genealogist researching Thomas Lindsay of Kingswark, Snowdon Herald at the Court of the Lord Lyon (1562-1592).   This Lindesay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  54. David Lindesay, E-Mail David , family genealogist researching Thomas Lindesay, b.1522, d. 1607 Ireland, married; spouse unknown.

  55. Andrew Lindsay, E-Mail Andrew , family genealogist, researching Scott Lindsay, b. ca 1817 Londonderry, d. ? last found 1881 census Lanarkshire, Scotland.  The migration path for Scott Lindsay and his descendants is Northern Ireland/Scotland/Canada/Australia.

  56. Barbara Ann Lindsay, E-Mail Barbara , family genealogist researching Charles W. Lindsay b. July 18, 1872 Illinois, d. July 31, 1963 Houston, TX, married unknown.  The parents of Charles W. Lindsay were from Scotland.

  57. Charles Lindsay, E-Mail Charles , family genealogist researching Francis Lindsay b. ?, d. circa 1797 Charlotte (Lunenburg) County, Virginia.  Francis Lindsay is believed to have been the father of Micajah Lindsay.  Micajah Lindsay was the father of Grief Lindsay. 

  58. Christian Lindsay, E-Mail Christian , family genealogist researching James Lindsay b. 15 May 1762 Scotland, d. 25 Feb. 1821 Randolph County, Illinois.  James Lindsay was married to Elizabeth Scott.  James and Elizabeth had a son Thomas Lindsay who was born in Kentucky.

  59. Edward P. Lindsay,  E-Mail Ed , family genealogist researching Samuel Lindsay, b. 1780 Donaghadee, County Down, Northern Ireland, d.1868 Steubenville, Ohio.  Emigrated in 1827 from Northern Ireland to Montreal, Canada, then overland to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania then moving to Steubenville, Ohio.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  60. Edward Monroe Lindsay, E-Mail Edward , family genealogist researching Harry or Henry Lindsay, b. circa 1653, Cairns, Forfar, Anus, Scotland. Name of wife unknown (however, b. circa 1657).  They had 12 children, Alexander, Anna, Isobell, Elizabeth, Henry, Margaret, Jean, Cecil, Patrick, William, James, Margaret, all born in Cairns.

  61. Fred Pelland Lindsay, E-Mail Fred , family genealogist researching William Henry Lindsay, b. 30 July 1818, Scotland; d. 14 January 1876, Bridgewater, MA.  The migration route, for William Henry Lindsay, his wife Emily Alger and their son William Henry Lindsay II, was Edinburgh, Scotland to Boston, MA.  Click on William Henry Lindsay for more genealogical details on this Lindsay lineage.

  62. Gary W. Lindsay, E-Mail Gary , family genealogist researching Frederick Henry Lindsay, b. 1791 in France to British parents, d. August 10, 1854 Germany.  Frederick Henry Lindsay was the 1st assistant to the Duke of Wellington.  Arthur Claud Russell Lindsay, grandson to Frederick H. Lindsay, immigrated to the United States.

  63. Geoffrey Andrew Lindsay , E-Mail Geoff , family genealogist researching Andrew Lindsay, b. 1784 Londonderry, Northern Ireland, d. 1838 Columbiana County, Ohio, m. Isabella Laurie in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Andrew and Laurie Lindsay came to the USA ca 1800-1801 and were the parents of 13 children.  

  64. Heidi L. Lindsay, E-Mail Heidi , family genealogist researching William Lindsay, b. 1742 Demfrieshire, Scotland, d. ?.  Known migration path;  Sometime between 1820 and 1869 William’s son, Robert Mcqueen Lindsay (b. 1799 in Scotland.  d. 1869 in USA), ended up in Salt Lake City, Utah.  It is not known if William Lindsay accompanied his son Robert to the USA.

  65. James Gordon Lindsay, E-Mail Gordon , family genealogist researching Samuel Lindsay b. circa 1724 Scotland or Ireland?, d. December19, 1810 Bangor Abbey Cemetery, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland.  Samuel Lindsay's descendants are located today in Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the United States of America.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  66. John W. Lindsay, E-Mail Johnfamily genealogist, researching John B. Lindsay b. 25 Dec. 1820 Harrison County, Ohio, d. 6 March 1897 Clark County, Washington.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  67. Lorraine Lindsay, E-Mail Lorraine , family genealogist researching Robert Lindsay b. circa 1819 Bathgate area of Scotland, d. 1898 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.  Robert's parents were John Lindsay b.1786 in West Lothian and Agnes Stobie/Stobbie. The parents of John Lindsay were Robert Lindsay b. 1757 in Torphichen, Linlithgow  and Janet Easton. The parents of Robert were John Lindsay and Helen Angus. The migration path of Robert Lindsay (ca 1819 - 1898) was Scotland to Bucks County, PA to Montgomery County, PA.  The children of Robert Lindsay and first wife, Janet Storie, were Janet Forrester Lindsay, and Agnes Lindsay.  The children by Robert’s second wife, Janet/Jeannette McPhail were daughters Tacy, Hall, Fannie, Marion and Magdaline; and sons Robert, John and William.

  68. Mark A. Lindsay, E-Mail Mark, family genealogist researching James Lindsay, b. 1796 in Bothwell, Lanarkshire, Scotland and married to Elisabeth Braidwood.  There are currently identified descendant family members located in Scotland, England, USA and Australia.  Click on web site for viewing additional genealogical information regarding this Lindsay lineage.

  69. Mary Ann (Perigo) Lindsay, E-Mail Mary Ann  , family genealogist, researching John Lindsay b. 1826 Ayrshire, Scotland, d. 1899 Ayrshire, Scotland, who married Jane Steven (1826-1887) in 1847.   John & Jane Steven Lindsay were the parents of William, Robert, James, Thomas, John (1852-1927), Jane, Margaret, Mary, Agnes, David (1868-1876), Andrew.  They all were born in Ayrshire, Scotland.   Agnes and David died before adulthood.  William, Robert, James & Thomas came to North America prior to 1870 and settled in New Jersey.  It is believed that these brothers came from Scotland to Canada prior to coming to the United States (New Jersey).  This researcher would like to locate the descendants of the New Jersey cousins.  The direct descendant, John Lindsay (1852-1927), of the researcher, came from Scotland to New Jersey in 1870, added Clark as a middle name and later migrated to Santa Rosa, California.

  70. Matthew S. Lindsay, E-Mail Matthew , family genealogist researching Joshua Mack Lindsay, b. ca 1828, d. ?, m. Sarah R. (maiden name, unknown).  Joshua Mack Lindsay and Sarah R. had six known children (1) William H., (2) Charles L., (3) Lillian B., (4) Richard Mack (5) Lula J., and (6) Annie J. Lindsay.  Matthew's web site for viewing additional information on his family tree is http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/i/n/Matthew-S-Lindsay . This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  71. Mel Lindsay, E-Mail Mel , family genealogist researching Opie Lindsay b. 1745 Fairfax County, Virginia, d. January 1815 Fairfax County, Virginia.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 12.

  72. Noel James Lindsay, E-Mail Noel , family genealogist researching James Lindsay b. circa 1643 Scotland, d. ? Northern Ireland.  The migration path for James Lindsay and his descendants was; left Scotland (in or near Fife?) in 1678 for Northern Ireland with descendants later to Canada/Australia.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 7.

  73. Noel William Lindsay, E-Mail Noel , family genealogist researching Anthony Lindsay b. ?, d. ?, married Jane Stirling and lived in Ireland.  A son James Lindsay was born in Ireland ca. 1793-1796 and married Margaret McLuskie.  James & Margaret migrated to Largs, Scotland in 1840-1841.  A son James Lindsay (Jr.) born ca. 1828 in Ireland married Jane Taylor in Scotland 19 Feb.1858 and migrated to Queensland, Australia in 1862, eventually moving to Ballarat, Victoria, Australia in 1864.

  74. Peter H. Lindsay, E-Mail Peter , family genealogist, researching Francis Lindsay, b. 1794, d. 1879 Ballyscullion, Bellaghy, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.   Francis Lindsay had 4 sons, Francis James Lindsay (1826-1898), Stewart Lindsay (1828-1914), Rev. Robert Lindsay (1829-1900), and James Henry Lindsay (1840-1886). They farmed in the Moneymore/Bellaghy area of south County Derry but were thought  originally to come from the Cookstown area of County Tyrone.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  75. Phyllis Lindsay, E-Mail Phyllis , family genealogist researching Christopher Benjamin Lindsey b. circa 1803 near Belfast, Northern Ireland, d. 27 July 1886 Ontario, Canada, married (1) unknown (2) Margaret Nixon in 1836.  The migration path for this Lindsey lineage was Northern Ireland to Canada circa 1832.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 7.

  76. Robert (Bob) G. Lindsay,  E-Mail Bob , family genealogist, researching David Lindsay (d. March 18, 1814; age 74 years; Harrison County, Kentucky).  David Lindsay is thought to have left County Tyrone, Northern Ireland after 1758, arriving in Sussex County, New Jersey by 1769 where he is found in Sussex County, New Jersey court documents, living among his former Northern Ireland cousins Thomas, William, and Andrew Fleming. 1772 Pennsylvania records indicate he had migrated to Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania where he owned land under the town site of Connellsville, now Fayette County, Pennsylvania.  In 1787 David sells his Fayette County property to Zachariah Connell and moves to a farm just north of Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky.  All David’s children marry in Kentucky.  John Lindsay, first son of David (b. 1773; d. 1842) about 1819 moves to Sangamon County, Illinois. John and Sophia Lanterman Lindsay’s son Abraham L. Lindsay and grandson William Henry Lindsay are found in Russell County, Kansas in 1880.  Abraham dies in 1894 at Waverly, KS and William Henry dies in 1935 at Bunker Hill, KS.  Click on web site for viewing additional information regarding this Lindsay lineage.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  77. Ronald G. Lindsay, E-Mail Ron , family genealogist researching Thomas Lindsay b. circa 1800, d.1839 Sampson County, North Carolina.   The web site for viewing additional information regarding this Lindsay lineage is http://www.clanlindsay.com/lindsays_of_goshen.htm  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 3.

  78. Steve Lindsay, E-Mail Steve , family genealogist researching George Lindsay, born 1775 VA, died 1852 Greenville County, South Carolina.  George was married to Agnes Ballew & they lived in the Glassy Mountain community of upstate South Carolina.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 11

  79. Sue Lindsay, E-Mail Sue , family genealogist researching Thomas Lindsay b. December 6,1793 Baltimore, Maryland, d. August 3, 1885 Belmont, Ohio, married Mary Gore b. February 13, 1799 Reisterstown, Maryland, d. September 2, 1843 Belmont, Ohio, date/place of marriage October 26, 1819 in Baltimore, Maryland.  The known migration path for Thomas Lindsay and his family was Maryland to southeast Ohio circa 1824-1830.  Thomas Lindsay and Mary Gore were the parents of 10 children, last born being, Lemuel Lindsay b. May 28 1837.  In the 1900 census Lemuel Lindsay was living in Clay Township, Gnadenhutten Hamlet, Tuscarawas County, Ohio.

  80. Wendy Lindsay, E-Mail Wendy , family genealogist, researching James Lindsay, b. ca 1837 Gortagown, Cookstown. County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, d.1914 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, m. Roseanne Manery. Roseanne did not accompany the family to Australia. James Lindsay’s parents are believed to be James Lindsay and Mary Taylor. The migration path for James Lindsay is Northern Ireland to Australia  1875 "Corlic" with 5 children Mary (b. ca 1857), Thomas (b. ca 1859), John (b. ca 1862 Cookstown), Sarah (b. 2 Oct 1864 Cookstown), Annie (b. ca 1867).

  81. Wendy Lindsay, E-Mail Wendy , family genealogist, researching Jessie Clark Lindsay, b. ca 1885 Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland, d. 1950 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, m. Albert Lindsay, a descendant of James Lindsay (ca 1837 - 1914), see above.  Albert Lindsay, son of John Lindsay (b. 1862) and Emily Phillips (b. 1863 and d. 1893 in Queensland, Australia) in Brisbane on 12 Apr 1913.  Albert Lindsay was killed in WW1 at the Somme.  Jessie's parents are believed to be Robert Lindsay an Inspector for The Prevention of Cruelty to Children and of Irish descent and Elizabeth Clark.  The migration path for Jessie Clark Lindsay was Scotland to Australia ca 1904.

  82. Devin C. Lindsey, E-Mail Devin , family genealogist researching James M. Lindsey b. 04 Dec, 1828 Fayette Co. Alabama, d. 18 Jul 1903 Fayette Co. Alabama.  Father of James M. Lindsey presumed to be Levi Lindsey b. bet 1790-1800 Tennessee, d. presumably Fayette Co., Alabama bef 1850.  Mother of James M. Lindsey documented to be Juda ? b. 07 Feb 1805 Tennessee, NC, or Mississippi according to different census, d. 28 Dec 1893 Fayette Co. Alabama.  Sons of James M. Lindsay, Lee C. Lindsey and William H. Lindsey, moved to Hempstead Co Arkansas abt 1881-1884.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  83. Fred S. Lindsey, E-Mail Fred , family genealogist researching Josiah (NMN) Lindsey, b. April 5, 1805, Orange County/ Hillsborough, North Carolina, d. Aug 18, 1889, Kaufman County, Texas, m. Henrietta "Eritty" Harder Oct 27th, 1823 in Lauderdale County, Alabama.  Josiah moved to Lauderdale County, Alabama in 1823. He said his Scots-Irish parents moved from NC to AL when he was very young. Josiah moved back to Tennessee, then to Itawamaba County, Mississippi, then to Kaufman County, Texas after the Civil War.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 3.

  84. Jane Murtishaw Lindsey, E-Mail Jane , family genealogist, researching John l. Lindsey, b. abt 1764 NC/SC/TN, d. aft 1840 TN.  John Lindsey likely migrated after the American Revolutionary War from Chatham Co. NC to Wayne Co. Tennessee, probably with stops along the way.  Many of his descendants are still in the Wayne Co. TN/Florence AL area.  Researcher is wife of Howard Lindsey, 3ggson of John L. Lindsey.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 8.

  85. Ken Lindsey, E-Mail Ken , family genealogist researching Nelson Lindsey, b.1790, North Carolina, d. March 9, 1866 in Washington County GA; m. 1825 Catherine (maiden name unknown) (1801 NC - 1860 Washington County, GA), parents of nine children all born in Washington County, GA. This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 3.

  86. Philip Lindsey, E-Mail Phil , family genealogist researching Willis Pinkney Lindsey, b. 3-20-1826, Spartanburg , SC, d.12-4-1904 in Marshall, Saline County, MO.  Also researching Leasel Littleberry Lindsey, b.10-24-1814, Spartanburg, SC and d.11-20-1894 in Ashland, Boone County, MO.

  87. Philip W. Lindsey, E-Mail Philip , family genealogist researching James Lindsey b.? , d. ? most likely Christian County, Kentucky.  James Lindsey married Delilah Hodgeson Brewer in North Carolina after the Revolutionary War.  James Lindsey moved to Christian County, Kentucky circa 1805.  James Lindsey had a son James Alfred Lindsey (a minister) who moved to Illinois in 1834.  James Alfred Lindsey b. 28 Apr.1793 Wake County, NC  d. 02 Jul.1872 Tazewell County, Illinois.  The web site for viewing additional information is http://homepage.interaccess.com/~plindsey

  88. R. Donald Lindsey, E-Mail Donald , family genealogist researching Obed Lindsey b. 1774 place unknown but thought to be Scotland, d. ? Dryden, New York.  The paternal descent from Obed Lindsey to this researcher is Zina H. Lindsey (b. 11 Oct 11, 1800 probably in Canada, d. Feb 7, 1876 Dryden, NY), Daniel Lindsey (b. Sep 19, 1846 Dryden, NY, d. Jan 16, 1923 Dryden, NY), Archibald (Archie) Lindsey (b. Dec 28, 1873 Harford, NY, d. Feb 21, 1967 Fairland, Maryland), Ralph Daniel Lindsey (b. Mar 4, 1908 Norwood, NY, d. Aug 13, 1993 Waynesboro, PA) and Ralph Donald Lindsey (this researcher).

  89. Russ Lindsey, E-Mail Russfamily genealogist researching Lawrence Ellsworth Lindsey b. ?, d. ?, and James Ernest Lindsey b. circa 1897, d. circa 1960's Trumbull County, Ohio.

  90. Sam Lindsey III, E-mail Sam , family genealogist researching Colonel John Lindsey b. 1740 Kings William County, VA d. ? South Carolina.  John's father is thought to be Opie Lindsey.  John Lindsey's descendants migrated from South Carolina to Alabama to Mississippi.  The web site for viewing additional genealogical information and the history of this Lindsey lineage is http://www.samlindsey.com/famhist/genealogy/genealogy_index.asp

  91. Steven William Lindsey, E-Mail Steve, family genealogist researching Landy Lindsey, b. abt 1740 likely James City County, Virginia, d. bet. 1793-1805 Fluvanna County, Virginia, married unknown.  The known migration path for this Lindsey lineage is Virginia/Mississippi/Kentucky/Illinois/Tennessee.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 3.  

  92. Timothy D. Lindsey E-Mail Tim , family genealogist researching James Lindsey b.1758 VA, d.1838 Trigg County, Kentucky, m. Delilah Hodgeson Brewer in North Carolina after the Revolutionary War.   James Lindsey moved to Christian County, Kentucky circa 1806.  James Lindsey had a son James Alfred Lindsey (a minister) who moved to Illinois in 1834.  James Alfred Lindsey b. 28 Apr.1793 Wake County, NC and  d. 02 Jul.1872 Tazewell County, Illinois.   The migration path for this lineage of Lindseys is Virginia/North Carolina/Kentucky/Illinois/Kansas/ Oklahoma/Washington State.  The web site where this Lindsey lineage can be shared is http://LindseyName.comThis Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 8.

  93. Virginia Lindsey, E-Mail Virginia , family genealogist researching James Lindsey b. ?, d. ? Gloucester County, VA?.  Son of James Lindsey was Caleb Lindsey b. circa 1665 Gloucester County, VA, d. circa 1717 Essex County, Virginia.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 8.

  94. William D. Lindsey, E-Mail Bill  , family genealogist researching Dennis Lindsey b. circa 1710, Spotsylvania County?, Virginia, d. Aug. 1762, Granville County, North Carolina.  Migration path for Dennis Lindsey was Spotsylvania County, VA to Brunswick County, VA (Dennis had a close relationship with William Lindsey who died in Brunswick County, VA in 1768),  to Edgecombe later Granville County, NC.  Descendants of Dennis Lindsey went to Spartanburg County, SC then to Wayne County, Kentucky and then Lawrence County, Alabama.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 10.

  95. Earline Long-Zlotkowski, E-Mail Earline , family genealogist researching George Lindsey b. circa 1744 Frederick County, Virginia, d. circa 1807 Anson County, North Carolina.  George Lindsey was married to Margaret (Peggy) Bennett.  The children of George and Margaret were Sarah, William, James, John, Rachel, Elizabeth and George, Jr.  The migration path for this family and their descendants was Virginia/North Carolina/Georgia/Alabama/Texas.

  96. Theresa Lopez, E-Mail Theresa , family genealogist researching Pleasant (Pleas) Lindsay b. Feb. 18, 1873 Mason County, Texas, moved to Earlsboro, Oklahoma circa 1917, d. May 1950. Pleasant was married (in Texas??) to Ola M. Hadley and had eleven children.

  97. William Lord, E-Mail Bill , family genealogist researching John Lindsley (later changed to Lindsey) b. ca.1823 New York, d. between 1870 & 1880 Lee County, Dixon, Illinois.  The known migration path for John Lindsley/Lindsey was from Hector Twp., Tompkins County, New York in 1850 to Niagara County, Lockport, New York in 1860 to Lee County, Dixon, Illinois in 1870.  John Lindsey's sister Anna LINDSEY, b. Pennsylvania abt 1833, m. New York 185? Marcus LYKE, d. Kirksville, Missouri 1898.  Migration path includes Pennsylvania to Tompkins County, New York, 1850, Lee County, Illinois, 1860 to 1880, Hancock County, Iowa, 1895, to Missouri.

  98. Phyllis Lindsay Marsh, E-mail Phyllis , family genealogist researching Solomon Portland Chase Lindsay b. March 4, 1861 Blacklick, Franklin County, Ohio; d. February 19, 1931 Village Valley Crossing, Franklin County, Ohio; married Martha Catherine Rohn, Jan. 28, 1888 in Franklin County, Columbus, Ohio.  His occupation was Janitor for the C & O Railroad.  Solomon Portland Chase Lindsay is the full name on his  baptism records, marriage papers show his name as Salmon P.C. Lindsay and his death certificate shows the name as Chase Lindsay.

  99. Melinda Lindsay McCain, E-Mail Melinda , family genealogist researching Colin Lindsay, b. 1680 Scotland d. 1706.  Colin Lindsay had a son named Matthew Lindsay, b. 1738 Scotland, d. ? Virginia.  Matthew Lindsay had a son named William Lindsay, b. 4 July 1762 Loudon County, VA, d. 1842 Campbell County, VA.

  100. Fred McCutcheon, E-Mail Fred , family genealogist researching James Lindsay b. ? Ireland?, d. ? County Tyrone, Ireland.  James Lindsay was married first to Jane Osborough & 2nd to Martha Osborough. James Lindsay had three sons and six daughters who migrated from Ireland to Pennsylvania in the early 1800's.

  101. Jennifer Lindsey McLaughlin, E-Mail Jennifer, family genealogist researching John Lindsey b.1832 Lauderdale (possibly Colbert) County, Alabama, d. December 1869 Memphis, Tennessee, married unknown.  John Lindsey was a Sergeant in the 1st Alabama Cavalry (Union).  John Lindsey is most likely a son of Henderson Lindsey of Colbert County, Alabama. Known migration path for this Lindsey lineage is Lauderdale County, Alabama/ Hardin County, Tennessee/ Kaufman County, Texas/Oklahoma.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven to be a part of DNA Group 3.

  102. Ian Scott McNulty, E-Mail Ian , family genealogist researching Samuel Lindsay b. ?, d. ?, m. ?.  Samuel Lindsay had a son named James Lindsay b. ca 1832 Northern Ireland, and married Susannah Hamilton in Preston, Lancashire, England in 1853.

  103. Alma Lindsey Mitchell, E-Mail Alma, family genealogist researching Henry Thompson (possibly Thomas) Lindsey, b.  Dec. 12, 1833 Gaston, Alabama, d. Aug. 31, 1913 in Desotoville, Alabama.  It is believed that the parents of Henry Thompson (possibly Thomas) Lindsey are John Ellis Lindsey (b.1805 Georgia) and  Martha A. Thompson (b. 1815 Georgia).

  104. Bob Moore, E-Mail Bob , family genealogist researching Cullen Lindsey b. circa 1800 Newberry County, South Carolina, d. after 1860 Choctaw County, Mississippi?.  Migration path for Cullen Lindsey is Newberry County, SC to Laurens County, SC to DeKalb County, GA to Choctaw County, Mississippi.  Cullen Lindsey had a son William Elbert Rook Lindsey who died in 1911 in Scott County, Arkansas.

  105. Lara Ann Morgan, E-Mail Larafamily genealogist researching Ponstance Lindsay (Great Grandmother of researcher) b. circa late 1800 Michigan, North America d. ?.  Ponstance Lindsay's daughter moved to South Africa.  Her lineage is now in England, South Africa and Australia.

  106. Nancy Munson, E-mail Nancy , family genealogist researching Elizabeth (Eliza) Lindsey b. circa 1820 Pennsylvania, d. after 1880 Ohio.  Elizabeth Lindsey married Thomas Nelson in 1845 in Muskingum County, Ohio.

  107. Eric D. Newsom, E-mail Eric , family genealogist researching Mary Lindsey (Linsey), b. abt 1770, d. ?, m. Morris Roberts, Rutherford Co., NC 1804.  Morris Roberts’ neighbor on Little Hickory Creek was named James Lindsey.  Morris Roberts’ son Josiah Roberts m. Mary Linsey in 1803 (not the same Mary Linsey). Rutherford County was settled largely by migrants from Virginia.  Was Mary Linsey connected to Caleb, James W. and Carlton Lindsey, all of whom were in Rutherford Co., NC before migrating to Christian Co., KY?

  108. Allie Oldham, E-Mail Allie , family genealogist researching Elizabeth Lindsey, b. 1808 Tennessee; d. ? Texas; married Jesse Terry April 21, 1825 Lawrence County, Tennessee.  The web site for viewing additional information regarding this Lindsey lineage is  http://www.pagosasun.com/wilson/

  109. Pennie Ort, E-Mail Pennie , family genealogist, researching Sarah Lindsay b. ca 1837 at ?, d. ? at ?, married William McTear ca 1863.  The known children of Sarah and William McTear are (1) Eliza Jane b. 1864 Bangor, (2) Samuel b. 1867 Bangor, baptized at Bangor First Presbyterian Church, (3) Robert b. 1869 Bangor.

  110. Diana Chapman Owen, E-mail Diana , family genealogist, researching  Archibald Lindsey, b. 1744 possibly South Hadley, Hampshire, MA, d May 17 1836 Attica, Wyoming Co., New York,  m. Hannah (maiden name unknown). Archibald’s son, Eliakim Lindsey was b. Feb 23, 1787 NY, lived Stockton, Chautauqua Co., NY, d Apr 27 1871, Corry, PA, m. Rachel Scofield. Eliakim’s daughter, Salina P. Lindsey, b Mar 14,1829, poss Stockton, Chautauqua Co., NY, d Nov 7 1923 Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, m. Henry Hodges. Salina & Henry Hodges migrated to Kasota, LeSueur Co., Minnesota, then she/widowed moved to Sentinel Butte, Golden Valley, North Dakota and died in Idaho.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  111. Marjorie Page, E-mail Marjorie , family genealogist researching Reverend Robert Lindsay b. circa 1801 Scotland, d. 07 Jul. 1854 Galt, Ontario, Canada.  Rev. Robert Lindsay married Martha Warden 31 March 1832 in Dalkeith, Scotland.  Rev. Robert Lindsay migrated from Scotland to Ayr, Ontario, Canada circa 1841.

  112. John Field Pankow, E-Mail John , family genealogist researching Judge Robert Lindsay b. unknown d. 1801 Guilford County, North Carolina, m. (1) Elizabeth Mebane with 2 children (2) Ann (Nancy) McGee in 1772 with 8 children.  It is believed that Robert Lindsay arrived in the 1760s at Deep River in the area that later became Guilford County, NC.  It is also believed that John Lindsay was the father of Robert Lindsay of Guilford County, NC.  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  113. Janice Margaret (Lindsay) Parrish, E-Mail Janice , family genealogist researching her grandfather, Richard John Lindsay b.1848 Comnel, Ireland; d. March 8,1926 San Jose CA., Richard John Lindsay was the son of Thomas Lindsay of Scotland.  Richard John Lindsay came to America circa 1867.  The story goes that Richard John Lindsay came to North America to meet his brother who lived in Canada but they never found each other.  Thus Richard John Lindsay continued his journey across the country to California. He settled in the Santa Cruz Mountains. of California in a town called Wrights Station.

  114. Audrey Parsons E-Mail Audrey, family genealogist, researching Richard Lindsay b. Ennis Killen Ireland, d. 1 January 1880 Heathcote Victorian Australia, married Helen Ronaldson 16 December 1856 Van Diemens Land (Tasmania) Australia.  Richard and Helen Lindsay were the parents of Robert George, Mary Jane and Andrew Adam Lindsay.

  115. Mike Peterson, E-mail Mike , family genealogist researching Donald (Daniel) Lindsay b.circa late 1700s, Argyle, New York.

  116. Marilyn Ponchak, E-mail Marilyn , amateur genealogist researching Catherine Elizabeth Lindsay b. 10 Sept.1861 Montgomery Co., Maryland, d. ?

  117. Carol A. Preece, E-mail Carol , family genealogist researching James Lindsay b. 1796 Virginia, d. 1860 Cynthiana, Ohio.  James Lindsay was married to Elizabeth Jones and had a son Capt. Jacob Jones Lindsay who migrated to northwest Missouri in 1870.

  118. Korina Faller Randes, E-Mail Korina , family genealogist searching Abraham Lindsey, b. abt. 1750. Came to America before the Revolutionary War with 2 brothers, Anthony and Thomas and a sister, Emma from England. Settled in SC. Abraham had at least 2 sons, Amos, b. Dec. 25, 1786 and Benjamin who was a judge. Amos married Mary Madison and they moved to Kentucky, had 10 children, then moved to Hickory County, Missouri, helping to set up Hickory County.

  119. Barbara Ann Renick, E-Mail Barbaraprofessional genealogist & lecturer researching William Lindsay, Sr. b. ca 1779 Virginia, d. 1848 Campbell County, Tennessee.  The only known migration path for William Lindsay Sr. is from Carter County, TN to Campbell County, TN.  Barbara is currently condensing a history of her branch of southwest Virginia and east Tennessee Lindsays which will go into a book soon to be published by the Campbell County, Tennessee Historical Society. 

  120. Carol Rikerd, E-Mail Carol, family genealogist researching William Henry Lindsay b. Feb 1809 (?) Androscoggin Maine (?) d. abt 9 Oct 1850, marriage (date lost probably 1831 or 1832) Sophronia Stephens b. 17 Dec abt 1810 Penobscot Maine d. 5 Oct, 1857 (yr?); children born in Maine were Charles b. 15 June 1833, Lucilla C. b. 8 May 1835,  Julia G. b 15 Feb 1837,  Anna L. b. 15 Feb 1839,  Llewellyn b. 28 Nov 1841,  Mary Melissa b. 19 Dec 1843, Sprague b. 1 Aug 1846 (Civil War casualty), Harry Chase b. 14 June 1849.  Foregoing info from family Bible.  Looking for William and Sophronia’s parents and migration path to Maine.  Family legend thinks Sophy’s mother was Welsh, that William died at sea on a whaling vessel.

  121. Claire Roberts, E-Mail Claire, family genealogist researching her earliest known ancestor, John Lindsay (1789-1853).  Family tradition and some census information shows John Lindsay was born in North Carolina, but this may not be correct.  I have some good indications that John Lindsay was the son William and Elizabeth Lindsay, but this is not proven.  John Lindsay was definitely in Tennessee by 1813 since he bought land in Lincoln County, Tennessee in that year.  He then moved to Jackson County, Alabama by no later than 1827, according to a land deed.  During the War of 1812 he was in the West Tennessee Militia under Col Metcalf and Capt. Sutton and was in the Battle of New Orleans in 1815.   His first wife was Martha Ledford Lindsay who died in 1843 in Jackson County, Alabama.

  122. Gwen Robinson, E-Mail Gwen , family genealogist researching Thomas Lindsey b.circa 1744 Virginia?, d. 1816 Montgomery County, Georgia.  Thomas Lindsey was married to Hester Clark.  The migration path for Thomas Lindsey and his descendants was Virginia to North Carolina to Georgia.

  123. Raymond G. Schulte, E-Mail Raymond , family genealogist researching Hezekiah Lindsey, Sr., b. 1747 Pennsylvania (possibly Lancaster County), d. 16 February 1826 New Richmond, Clermont Co, Ohio.  This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 2.

  124. Rita Seeley, E-Mail Rita , family genealogist researching Thomas Lindsay, b. ? Scotland, d. ? Pennsylvania, married to Mary Duncan. Their son Thomas Lindsey and his spouse Sarah Ann McGuire were both born in Pennsylvania.  Thomas Lindsey, b. Jan 14, 1780, Pennsylvania, d. Oct 15, 1839 in Pleasant Valley, Scot, Iowa.  Buried St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church, Davenport, Scott, IA.  Sarah Ann McGuire, b. 1781 in Pennsylvania, d. Apr 11, 1870 in Davenport, Scott, Iowa.  Buried Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Davenport, Scott, IA.  Thomas and Sarah had 9 children.

  125. Jo Ann Sisco, E-Mail Jo Ann , family genealogist researching Robert T. Lindsay, b. ? Kentucky, d.1849 Pike County, Missouri, m. Elizabeth Ford.  Robert & Elizabeth were the parents of Hector Lewis Lindsay (1843-1912).  The parents of Robert T. Lindsay was William Lindsay & Sarah Thompson.

  126. Otis Slusher, E-mail Otis , family genealogist researching Moses H. Lindsey b. circa 1838 Ohio, d. aft. 1880 probably in Logan County, Ohio, married 5 July 1862, Logan County, Ohio to Sarah E. Starick b. ca 1841 Ohio.

  127. Ronda Smalley, E-mail Ronda , family genealogist researching Thomas M. Lindsey b. ? Nashville, TN d. ?, m. Mary Jane Massie/Massey b. GA; Thomas & Mary Jane were the parents of Mary Jane Lindsey b. January 8, 1866.

  128. Margaret Lindsey Smith, E-Mail Margaret , family genealogist researching Micajah C. Lindsey (possibly son of James William Lindsey) b. 1775 Surry County, NC, d. 1845 Tishomingo County, Mississippi.  The web site for viewing additional information is http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/m/i/Margaret-Lindsey-Smith   This Lindsey lineage has been DNA tested and proven part of DNA Group 8.

  129. Nancy Sterling, E-mail Nancy , family genealogist researching James Lindsay b. circa 1750-1770 County Down?, Derryboye, Ireland. d. after 1827 County Down, Tullyverry, Ireland.  The known migration path of James Lindsay's father and his descendants was Scotland / Ireland / United States. United States descendants include those in Pennsylvania, California, Oregon and Kansas.

  130. Gloria Studdard, E-mail Gloria , family genealogist researching Charles W. Lindsay b. ?, d. ? . Charles W. Lindsay was married to Cora Belle Spalding (b. 1861 Illinois). The children of Charles and Cora Lindsay were Joseph Lindsay (b. ?, d. ?) and George Lindsay (b. ? ,d. ?).

  131. Mark Swarthout, E-Mail Mark , family genealogist researching Benjamin Franklin Lindsay b. ?, d. ?, married Elizabeth McDowell before 1862.

  132. Dee Lindsey Taft, E-mail Dee , family genealogist, researching Manuel / Immanuel / Emanuel Lindsey b. 1825 Greenville District, SC, d. ? possibly Alabama, m. Mary Elizabeth Young (b. abt.1834 in Alabama).  They had 10 children: James Monroe (my ggrandfather), William Valentine, Robert L., Emaline, Emma, Fleming, Lucretia, Brindy, Elizabeth Lizzette, and Elsie.  was born in Mississippi, the rest in Alabama.

  133. Newlon Tauxe, E-mail Newlon , family genealogist researching Moses Lindsey b. 1761 South Carolina?, d. ?.

  134. Sondra Taylor, E-mail Sondra , family genealogist researching Orlando Dorsey Lindsay b. ca 1794 Kentucky, d. June 16, 1861 Edwards County, Illinois, m. ?.  Orlando Dorsey Lindsay had a daughter Nancy who married Allen Baker.  Allen and Nancy Lindsay Baker had two sons, George Samuel and Orlando Lindsay Baker.

  135. Janet Lindsay Quine Tideman, E-Mail Janet , family genealogist  researching my 3X Great Grandfather, John Lindsay. John Lindsay b. 1786 Dumfriesshire, Scotland, d. March 15, 1848 in Annan, Scotland.  John Lindsay was married twice.  His first marriage to Nikolas Reed or Nicholas Reid produced Jean Reid Lindsay, mother of New Zealand Prime Minister Richard John Seddon.  His second marriage to Mary Bell produced Lawrence Benson Lindsay, my Great Great Grandfather, born in 1832.  My Great Grandmother, Mary Jane Lindsay, was born in 1859 in Annan, and moved to the Isle of Man to marry my Great Grandfather, Rev. John Quine.  John Lindsay (1786-1848) and Mary Bell Lindsay are both buried in Annan.

  136. Kris Tracy, E-Mail Kris , family genealogist, researching John Lindsay b. 1744 Massachusetts or Maine, d. ?,  known migration path for this Lindsay progenitor and his descendants is believed to be Massachusetts/Maine/Illinois/Iowa/Nebraska.  We are not certain about John Lindsay, but think that he married Abigail Williams in 1800 and was the father of Ferdinand Alphonso Lindsay b. 1810, Howland, Penobscot County, Maine. We can trace Ferdinand with surety through to my mother.

  137. Kristi Warab, E-Mail Kristi , family genealogist researching Thomas Lindsey b. ?, d. before 1725 Northern Ireland, m. ?.  Family lore would have Thomas Lindsey participating in a steeplechase in Northern Ireland; just prior to his planned departure to America, when he was killed when he fell from his horse.  The widow of Thomas Lindsey proceeded with the trip to America where it is believed she settled near Pembroke, Massachusetts.  Two of the widow’s children, by Thomas Lindsay, were Thomas Lindsey Jr. and James Gillmore Lindsey who appear in Bridgewater, Massachusetts records.  The web site for viewing additional information regarding this Lindsay lineage is  http://lindsaygenealogy.tripod.com/  .  This Lindsay lineage has been DNA tested and proven a part of DNA Group 1.

  138. Sandra Lindsay Webb, E-Mail Sandra , family genealogist researching  John Lindsay b. ? Midlothian, Scotland, date of death ?, place of death most likely Liberton, Scotland.  John Lindsay married Christian Wilson (b. 1776 Scotland) in Liberton, Scotland on December 23, 1796.  The children of John Lindsay and Christian Wilson were Margaret, Agnes, Euphan, Robert, Joseph and Christian.

  139. Denise Lindsey Wells, E-mail Denise , family genealogist researching great-grandfather, Wes Lindsey (possibly George Wesley Lindsey or William Wesley Lindsey), b. between 1836-1840 in Georgia; died after 1903 in Georgia.  Married Elizabeth Thompson, and lived in Emanuel Co. and Tattnall Co., GA.  Mother of Wes Lindsey may be Mary Lindsey b. SC about 1800. 

  140. Adele Wheatley,  E-Mail Adele , family genealogist researching William Lindsay b. ca 1769, d. ? Cambridgeshire, England, married to Sarah Franks.  Their daughter Elizabeth was born in March, 1805 in Cambridgeshire and married John Wheatley in March 1822 in Cambridgeshire.  Elizabeth and John Wheatley had 5 children and immigrated to Australia with their children in about 1846.

  141. Gail Lindsay Wheeler, E-mail Gail , family genealogist researching John Lindsay b. ca 1833 Groomsport, County Down, Ireland, died March 24, 1904 most likely in Wigtownshire, Scotland.  John Lindsay migrated from Ireland to Scotland and married Margaret Cochrane (d. Aug. 6, 1901) in Wigtownshire, Scotland on June 5, 1851.  The 10 children of this marriage, all of whom were born in Wigtownshire, were Agnes b.1852, Sophia b.1858, James, Margaret Jane, John b.1859, William b.1864, Mary b.1865, Samuel b.1866, Crawford b.1868, and Alexander b.1871.  Two of John's (b. ca 1833) grandchildren, John and William eventually migrated to Canada.  John Lindsay (b. ca 1833) also had a brother named James Lindsay who migrated to the United States.

  142. Curtis Whipple, E-mail Curtis, family genealogist researching Peter Lindsay b. circa 1836, Scotland married Mary Park b. circa 1835 Lanark, Scotland, arrived New York 20 May 1863 aboard the ship Bridgewater which departed Liverpool, England.

  143. Eleanor Lindsey Willett, E-mail Eleanor , family genealogist researching John Benjamin W. Lindsey/ay, born ca. 1815 in VA,  died in 1873 in Union Co. IL., m. Margaret Rouse in 1835, Washington Co. VA.  This family migrated from Washington Co. VA to Lee Co. VA, then to Union Co. IL in 1869, on to Shannon Co. MO in 1874.

  144. Roselie Lindsay Windus, E-mail Roselie , family genealogist researching Adam Lindsay b. ?. d. ?, married Agnes Brown April 17, 1879 Dunfermline, Fife.  Adam and Agnes Brown Lindsay were the parents of one daughter, Mary (m. William Ferguson) and five sons; Adam (b. ca.1887, d. October 15, 1972 at Kurri Kurri, Australia), Peter, John (Jack), Wilson, and William (Willie).  Adam (ca.1887- 1972) married Elizabeth Orr (b. December 14, 1885, d. November 27, 1974 at Kurri Kurri Australia, daughter of William Orr and Janet Low) June 2, 1911 at Torryburn, Scotland. Adam and Elizabeth Orr Lindsay were the parents of William Orr Lindsay (b. May 5,1913 in Torryburn, Scotland, Fife Scotland, d. March 27,1999 Kurri Kurri, NSW Australia) and one additional son, name unknown, b. December 4,1916, d. May 1918.  Adam (1887-1972) and Elizabeth Orr Lindsay with son William Orr Lindsay (1913 -1999) came to Australia from Scotland ca 1925. William Orr Lindsay married Olive Duffy in February 1952.

  145. Rosemary Thomson Wofford, E-Mail Rosemary , family genealogist researching Mary Wood Lindsay, b. 1872, d. ?, daughter of James Lindsay (1851-1935) and Mary Anne Boyd (1853-?) of Largs, Ayr, Scotland.

  146. Patricia (Lindsey) Wood, E-Mail Patricia, family genealogist researching Francis Lindsey Sr. b. ca 1785 Ireland, d. 1873 Butler, Pennsylvania, married Jane Dobson in Butler, PA on March 25, 1812.  The children of Francis and Jane were Francis Lindsey Jr., John, Margaret, Rebecca, Nancy and Eliza Jane.

  147. Michael Wynne, E-Mail Michael , family genealogist, researching John Lindsay, b. ca. 1801 Scotland, d. May 1855 Greenwich Village, New York, married Margaret Beveridge of Pathhead, Dysart, Fife (1802-1855), in 1826 at St. Cuthbert's in Edinburgh.  The known migration path for John Lindsay (1801-1855) is based on daughter Anna born in Scotland late 1820s; 2 sons John & Robert born 1830 and 1831 respectively in Liverpool, England.  John Lindsay appears in 1835 for the first time in the NYC directory; daughter Jennie G. Lindsay born in NYC in 1837 or 1838.  John's parents were John Lindsay, wright (b. ca 1768 - died April 1847 Falkland, Fife) and Margaret Jackson (b. ca 1773 -- died Sept. 1843 Falkland, Fife).  Two of John's brothers (per the family headstone in Falkland) were James Lindsay, joiner (b. ca 1794 Falkland -- died August 1822 New Orleans, Louisiana) and Robert Lindsay, builder (b. ca 1796 Falkland -- died Sept. 1856 Glasgow).

* It has been established that the use of the italicized Lindsay surname, throughout this web site, implies all the accepted spellings of the surname found in the site Orthography section.  

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