The US Cavey Family site


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Who am I ?
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How the story began
What about Cavey's name ?
French Cavey's history
The Cavey's World map
Cavey in Australia
Cavey in Belgium and India
Cavey in Canada
Cavey in Channel Islands
Cavey in France
Cavey in Ireland
Cavey in The United-Kingdom
Cavey in The United States
Cavey in New-Zealand
Cavey in other countries
How many and where ?
The main debate
More about the French Cavey
Arms of Claude (de) Cavey
How does Cavey sounds ?
Southern Normandy
An History of Normandy
The Fontenil
Cavey's Places
Wanted !
Cavey Reunion 2001
US Cavey's Family Album
Caveys at Saint John's Cemetery
The US Cavey Family site
An eBay pictures Story
Trading Tokens Cavey & Sons
Ancestry message board
Cavey's links
Help me to improve this site
Acknowledgements
Promote the site
Figures of the site
Privacy policy

In order to organise the Cavey Reunion 2001, William James Norris (a.k.a. Bill), Nicole Lathe Ervin (a.k.a Niki) and Sharon Zinkand has the idea to create a Family site at My Family.com.

After the meeting they create a new site at the same host to share family trees, family bibles, pictures (of the 9 june 2001 event as well as of their ancestors), recipes, news or whatever that can be shared in relation with the name "Cavey".

Although this site is focusing on the Maryland branch of the U.S. Cavey, I would encourage at least those of the U.S. Cavey who want to share information about their origins, to become a member of this group as it appeared that Maryland is the berceau of the name in the U.S. (specificaly the Baltimore area).

The site is in the middle of a Web site (as Cavey Familly Worldwide Society is) and a mailing list (as cavey@yahoogroup.com is).

You must be a member to have access to the content, but it's for free.

To do so, send a mail to one of the above owners of the site.

Then you could be able to access to the site at this URL : http://www.myfamily.com/isapi.dll?c=home&htx=LoginFrontMember.

Enjoy.

 


Last update : May-22-2012 18:03:28 CEST

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