yes Michaele Convey AND JANE CONVEY THEY ARE MY GR GR GRANDPARENTS THEY WERE FROM SCOTLAND BUT MOVED TO KANSAS AND HE DIED IN 1910.
THAT IS ALL I HAVE SORRY CAN'T FIND ANY MORE.
Hi Candy Ann, it might help if you could tell us something about one their children?
their children were born in Scotland but moved to Indiana Sarah convey youman then michaele convey patrick convey they all died in Indiana one died when he born . my gr gr grandparents came to the u s a and lived in Kansas then michaele sr passed away in 1910 that is all i have so thank you.
hello @candy ann kincaid do you have them in your FSFT? if so, please pasted a link here so the volunteers here can be sure they're researching the correct family
I hope this is what you asking my father was archie kincaid he died in colo in 1966 his father was william herny kincaid he died in Indiana in 1962 but my gr grandmother was mary youman her mother was sarah convey and she came to the U S A in 1872
It looks like there is a matching Archie Kincaid LVZJ-88B in the FSFT:
Looks like Jane Convey had a maiden name of "Kimmit"
that is my family but i'm looking for wre my gr gr grandmother died in kansas and what year can't fine any thing i'm block.oh her name is jane kimmit convey
Did not fine were jane Kimmit convey DIED or what year if was in DERING KANSAS what year? Michaele died convey in 1910 i do know that. i guess i will never know so thank you all so much candy ann kincaid
Well don't lose hope 😀 1910 in the United States was not so very long ago in Genealogical circles. As you can see from the image I gave, there are obviously some hints around that area. Check the hints and attach all sources from hints that are correct. As you do that the hints engine can get smarter and it makes more suggestions over time.
Also newly indexed records are coming on line all the time. So keep watching for new hints.
Finally, since only about 25% of all the historic records that Family Search has online are indexed, there is a good possibility that there are still images of unindexed sources that are available to you here. To get started in searching for those unindexed records, here's a great presentation by Robert Kehrer of FamilySearch that you might find very enlightening 😎
The presentation is now 3 years old, so some of the FS website screens that he was using may be a bit different. But the concepts of searching collections still all apply.