William H. McNitt and Marilyn Munsell McNitt Genealogy Pages

Bill first became interested in genealogy in 1965. Over the years he has accumulated extensive files on many McNitt and McNett families in the United States and various other families from which he and his late wife Marilyn descend.
 

McNITT Family

Ancestry & Descendants of Daniel McNITT & Jane MOORES
Daniel lived in Washington and Cayuga Counties, New York; and Seneca County, Ohio.  Many descendants moved on to Kent, Muskegon, and Ottawa Counties, Michigan
Chapters from The MacNauchtan Saga Concerning Barnard McNITT and His Descendants
Text and illustrations concerning the family of Barnard McNitt (1700-1773), emigrant from Ulster who settled at Palmer, Massachusetts, from the book by V.V. McNitt
James McNITT Autobiography
My father wrote this text concerning his early life up to his marriage to my mother in 1947.  I have added annotations and photographs
My Grandparents: Bill McNITT and Emma MERRILL
This history brings together details of their lives with photographs that belonged to my father
The Bolton Brothers and McNitt Sisters of Washington and Cayuga Counties in New York
The families of Revolutionary War soldiers James and Alexander Bolton and their wives Margaret and Sarah McNitt
The McNITTs and McNUTTs of North Central Ohio
The family of David McNutt in Sandusky, Ottawa, Erie and Huron counties and other McNitts and McNutts who lived nearby

 

Some of My Other American Families

Joseph HANDY: Revolutionary War Soldier
Private in the Massachusetts line who later moved to Broome County, New York
Alfred M. MERRILL and Sarah (HANDY) MERRILL: Pioneers of Michigan's Isabella and Missaukee Counties
Alfred was a shoemaker from Broome County, New York who moved to Isabella County, Michigan in 1855
The BULLEN, WHEELER, and WILDER Families of Pittsford, Rutland County, Vermont; Somerset, Niagara County, New York; and Alpine Township, Kent County, Michigan
The story of the related families of Joseph and Mary Bullen, Edward and Abigail Wheeler, and Harvey and Hannah Wilder.  The three women were sisters

My Mother's English Families

The HARVEY Family: Andover Shopkeepers
Family from the Isle of Wight in England who moved to Andover in Hampshire and ran shops in the High Street for many decades
Bible Christian Preacher Mary Toms WARDER
Mary served as a preacher during the first quarter of the 19th century in Cornwall and the Isle of Wight in England for a church that was an offshoot of English Methodism
The WARDER Family: Isle of Wight Shoemakers
The family of Robert Warder and Frances Whitebread of Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England in the 18th and 19th centuries
Descendants of Benjamin WITHERS and Maria MILES
The family of English farm labourer Benjamin Withers and his wife Maria who lived at West Shefford (Berkshire), Marlborough (Wiltshire) and Andover (Hampshire) in the 19th century

Marilyn and her Ancestors

Photographs of Marilyn MUNSELL McNITT
A selection of photographs of Marilyn used on the photo board at her visitation and funeral.
Ruth WEINMANN's Early Years in the United States and Germany, 1929-1950
The story of Marilyn's mother's birth in Detroit, her childhood in Germany, and her return to the United States with many photographs
Genealogy of John O. MUNSELL & Emma R. BROWN
Also features the families of LEEPER, AUBRY, and GRILLOT - Paulding, Darke, Miami, Logan, and Hardin Counties, Ohio; Hillsdale and Lenawee Counties, Michigan; and Lorraine in France
French Ancestors of Anna Rosella OBRY (AUBRY) of Darke County, Ohio, U.S.A.
Families from the Department of the Meuse in the region of Lorraine in France - the Aubry family of Herbeuville, the Drouot family of Hannonville, the Grillot family of Pareid, and the Borin (Baurin) family of Hennemont
Our VOGEL and WEINMANN Immigrants from  Plauen, Germany to the United States
Brothers Max and Andreas Weinmann who arrived in 1924 and 1926 and Richard and Martha Vogel who came in 1912 and 1914

 

General

Database of our Ancestors
Rootsweb WorldConnect database
 

For further information, please feel free to contact us at:
wmcnitt@hotmail.com