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The Pidgeon Project
The history of
families (or however the name is or was spelt). Click here to find out more about the project or the name.
Alternatively, search below according to the country where your ancestors lived or to where they emigrated.
Should you wish to search for a name on Google, for example John William Pidgeon, enter "John William Pidgein
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This website is being redeveloped with a new design. This is gradually being implemented page by page, but until the process is finished there will be a mixture of old and newly formated pages.
PIDGEONs of England
Pidgeons of England spread throughout the UK and to the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
PIDGEONs of Australia
Most Pidgeons in Australia came from either England or Ireland, although a few may have come from New Zealand.
PIDGEONs of Canada
Pidgeons emigrated to Canada from England and Ireland. Two PIGEONs came from France.
PIDGEONs of Ireland
Pidgeons from different parts of Ireland have spread to England, the USA, Canada and Australia.
PIDGEONs of New Zealand
Most, if not all, Pidgeons came to New Zealand from England.
PIDGEONs of the USA
Most Pidgeons in the USA came from England or Ireland, but some migrated south from Canada.
PIGEONs of Jersey
The Pigeons of Jersey most likely came from northern France.
McGEEs of Manchester
One of my grandmothers was a McGee. Her family came from Ireland. This is a small project to study this one family.
YEARSLEYs of Cheshire
One of my great-grandmothers was a Yearsley. This project aims to study the Yearsleys of Cheshire only.
These also include the names of Fletcher, Lloyd, Davies, Holland, Yarr and several others.
How they are shown on this site.
Family Tree Format
How they are shown and what they tell.
What you will NOT find on this site.
Updated: 29 Nov 2018
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