Gregor's Gathering, a genealogy based site. This site is
currently into its seventh year on the Internet and has gone through
many changes and manifestations.
main areas of interest remain the same
families are presented within this site and I hope that things
are well connected and structured so that visitors can navigate
the large number of this site's pages with relative ease.
As you can
see in the left hand margin, there are three main areas of this
site. No matter which page you end up on the navigation menu at
the left will be the same. As the old saying goes, "You can
always get back here from there."
does not go into any detailed "Historical" presentations
for any of the 3 main areas (Acadia, Scotland and NFLD) of this
site as this has been done over and over again on many other sites
from many different perspectives.
will do my best to include links to genealogy and historical sites
that I feel have dealt with the historical aspects of these places
in the most accurate manner possible. Please email me any link/s
if you feel that others would benefit from visiting it.
Over the years
I have corresponded with many other genealogy enthusiasts - particularly
the Acadian ones. In January 2002 the server that I was using
for my Guestbook went down and all entries were lost along with
the email addresses associated with them.
So, if you
are a return visitor from the past I'd love it if you could sign
the new Guestbook. If you're new to the Gathering, feel free to
say "hello" in the guestbook and use the map to mark
where you are from.
And, if you're
the person that had the same NFLD Byrne family that I have listed
in my NFLD area a few years ago please email me as I lost your
email long ago so was never able to respond to you.
In the event
that you have a family line not presented here but feel that it's
inclusion would benefit the site you can feel free to email me
the details by following the "Contact Greg" link at
the top of each page.
I am also
wanting to hear from anyone who can fill in any blanks that I
have in my data or that can correct any inaccurate or incorrect
data. Discussion about differences in data is also quite openly