|About Our Camp-Albright Families
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Please sign my guest book, I would love to see who visited and who you are researching. Missouri opened their adoption records in January of 2018. Dad, Wayne Albright, was born in 1930 and adopted in 1931. We sent off for his birth records and discovered his birth mother and father's names. In May of 2019 I found my dad's birth family. He's 88 years old and finally has had emails with his half brother and nephews. This was from the help of Ancestry.com DNA that we did about 10 years ago. His nephew did his DNA in the beginning of 2019. When it came back it popped up on Dad's DNA as a 1st cousin. A whole new family to get to know. 18 June 2010 I had the priviledge of witnessing the rededication by Civil War reenactors in Columbia City, Indiana for Ancil Milo Scovill, son of Milo and Cynthia Crawford Scovill. See his page for three photos from the reenactment. I found he had a second wife and where he was buried. Does anyone have photos of George William Scovill or Laura? Or their son Ancil? I started this Tree to share Steve and my families. The major family names in the tree are Albright, Bornowski, Camp, Dunaway, King, Nesche, Scovill, Weilbacher. I hope you find it interesting and enlightening. As this is a work in progress, check back periodically for updates. This would not be possible without all the endless hours of research from my cousins and friends I have met on-line. They are the greatest, unselfish people in the world. They willingly share their knowledge and help me along. This hobby is very time consuming, very frustrating and in the end very rewarding. If you find any mistakes, please let me know. I have tried to verify the sources as much as I can. If you see something without a citation, I still need to confirm it. Please don't copy this, but use it as a guide in your own search to break those "brick walls". I am respecting the "living" by only listing their name and not their vital statistics. If you see a name with a "-m" after the name, ie. Albright-m, that is because I don't know the maiden name for the woman. This way I can keep the family together easier. If you have any additions or photos you wish to share, contact me.