Dec 3, 2018 | By: Catharine A Deever
Starting every day with queries to the UK for identification of Deever ancestors.
Our DNA shows that the most likely locations for ancestral activity was in Scotland, Wales, Ireland and a tiny bit of adjoining England.
Today, I contacted a researcher in Winthorpe, Nottinghamshire, England. We'll see what she has to say.
The attached image is of the disaster of the rail bridge over the River Dee in Chester, Wales - May 24, 1847. (The cause was alleged to be weak cast iron beams . . . 5 deaths.)