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There are several ways to browse the family tree. The Tree View graphically shows the relationship of selected person to their kin. The Family View shows the person you have selected in the center, with his/her photo on the left and notes on the right. Above are the father and mother and below are the children. The Ancestor Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph above and children below. On the right are the parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. The Descendant Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph and parents below. On the right are the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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About Emmons-Brumley Roots & Branches
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Hello, and thank you for your interest in this big family tree website.  
    Ancestors from England, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, Hungary and Netherlands are known. I want to thank my CONTRIBUTORS of ancestor research, wonderful older family photos,  documents and newspaper clippings: DON A. EMMONS, CHERYL CAKO-CHAMBERS, WILMA EMMONS-WAGONER- RENFORTH, FERENC & MARIKA HORVATH in HUNGARY, DOUGLAS A. TRAVER, CAROLYN CAKO-WANTUCK, IRIS WINGETT- BRUMLEY. STEPHANIE TRAVER-GILE, ROBERT VAN DUSEN, PHIL VAN DUSEN.

We know our Brumley line came from England, we are still doing research. The surname Emans/Emmons was researched by my brother DON EMMONS. There are three or four separate  lines in America. Don meticulously traced our father's EMMONS ancestry to John Emans a goldsmith,  from London, ENGLAND. He arrived on the ship "BONNY BESS" that landed at James City, Virginia,  Sept. 12, 1624. In that research Don turned up verified MALE LINEAGE with the GENERAL SOCIETY OF  MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS with Job Emans marrying Hannah Bonham. To read about Don Emmons's surname  search, go to PEOPLE, at the top of this page then "STORIES" Update On The Mayflower Line.  
    My Aunt Wilma Emmons-Wagoner made sure I knew about our Hostetler-Mast ancestors buried beside  County Line Brethren church in Historic Mount Zion Cemetery, in LaPaz, In.  Samuel and Mary were  Thelma C. Wright-Emmons' maternal grandparents. HOSTETLER/Hochstetler ancestry has been well  researched back to the Amish immigrant from SWITZERLAND who arrived on the ship "CHARMING NANCY", a and his family being attacked by Indians. Jacob's oldest son John living at his own farm close-by  is my direct genetic line.  Read about Jacob Hochstetler in PEOPLE, at the top of this page  then "STORIES" THE HOCHSTETLER MASSACRE and other stories I have included for you including  pictures.

In 2011 My Maternal Grandmother Rose M. CAKO[Czako]-Traver ancestry can be traced to living  relatives in Hungary of Benjamin and Veronica Czako, son Julius and daughter Helen that came from  HUNGARY to Ellis Island. I have been lucky that Cheryl-Chambers Cako included me in her research  also putting me in touch with a relative in Hungary, who had been researching the ancestors, his  name is Ferenc Horvath, who sent us pictures and documents.

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