Carryck

The Carryck Family Tree

Robert, 5th Lord Scott,  killed in the service of Charles II, had only one child by
Beatrix Scott of Pykeston:  Robert, 6th Lord, who was created Earl of Carryck and Viscount Moffat by his grateful sovereign in 1660.… Read more.

Susanna Mayfair Wolf

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Many Doves of the Wolf Longhouse***

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Runs-from-Bears of the Turtle Longhouse

A warrior of the   Turtle Clan, husband to . Runs-from-Bears was a life-long friend of They went to war together and raised their families side by side. Annie, his youngest daughter, chose as husband the youngest son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Bonner.… Read more.

Henry Savard***

Readers first meet Henry Savard as a young boy, at his home in New Orleans where his father, Dr. , founded a . His mother is Julia Valentine Livingston Savard, originally of a Quaker family in Manhattan. Her first marriage ended when her husband died in a shipwreck; her second marriage to Paul Savard came about when they met at her father’s where he was an attending physician.

Lily Bonner Ballentyne***

Lily Bonner, daughter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth, is a major character beginning with her birth at the beginning of Dawn on a Distant Shore; she is still with us in the Waverly Place Novels. She is ‘s first born (followed by Daniel, a few minutes later), and first daughter.… Read more.

Jennet Scott***

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Daisy Freeman Hench***

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Galileo Freeman***

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Curiosity Freeman***

Curiosity Freeman, born into slavery, gained her manumission papers with the help of a Quaker abolitionist. She is a central character in the Wilderness novels.

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Obituary

With great sadness we report that Mrs.… Read more.