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  • Ellen Wardlaw (Tuesday, August 28 18 10:07 pm EDT)

    So happy to see the growth of this site and all the hard work that’s gone into documenting our family history. My father, William Acker Wardlaw, would have loved to have read your books! I’ve kept my maiden name—and live in central Oklahoma. Best wishes

  • William Wardkaw (Monday, June 25 18 05:48 pm EDT)

    My name is William Rial Wardlaw. The William Wardlaws have lasted for 5 generations. My fathers name was William Timon Wardlaw. His brother was Rial Holden Wardlaw.

  • Susan Martin (Monday, June 18 18 10:53 am EDT)

    Good Afternoon /Diane, I have just found your page, wow loved it.
    It has only been recently that I have discovered that I am a descendant from the surname Wardlaw.
    My 3rd Great Grandfather was born James Reid Wardlaw 1838. When he was married on the certificate it appeared that he was illiterate and put a cross and his name became James Wardlaw Reid. His parents were James Wardlaw 1810-1885 and Agnes Reid 1811.

    So I should have been born a Wardlaw not a Reid.

  • Jon Wooten (Saturday, August 19 17 01:52 pm EDT)

    My maternal grandfather was William Green Wardlaw Sr. He was married to my grandmother Pattie Riggins. Just started researching my ancestors.

  • Wickedyokel4759.Unblog.fr (Tuesday, May 09 17 12:15 am EDT)

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  • BHW (Sunday, April 23 17 07:38 am EDT)

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  • BHW (Friday, March 31 17 11:15 am EDT)

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  • Judith C. White (Friday, February 03 17 07:05 pm EST)

    Hi Diane:
    Your new website looks great! I hope the investment is working for you. I am still working on verifying my Texas Wardlaw line with my DNA cousins. FamilyTreeDNA.com is the best testing service to use, if you are interested.
    Did you use Network Solutions for your website? How did that work out for you? I am curious for another friend who needs a website set up. Please let me know. Thank you.
    Judith C. White

  • Clara wardlaw (Thursday, January 26 17 03:26 pm EST)

    I cant believe there's a whole website dedicated to my last name! And yes, my last name is wardlaw :3

  • Shirley Dukes (Thursday, December 29 16 09:46 am EST)

    Trying to figure out if we are kinsmen. My grandfather was Elmer Francis Wardlaw, born 1881 to Frances Golden Wardlaw & Mary Jane Pharr.

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