are additional web sites devoted to the surnames found on
ours. They may or may not be directly related to our families.
This is the home site of
the Whiteside Family Association (WFA). We are active members
and contributors to the Association. The Whiteside and Whitsett
families have now been closely linked by yDNA studies.
Several Whitsett and Whitsitt males are participating
in the project, which confirms that all these families come
from the same British clan. If you are a male Whitsett,
Whitsitt or some other variation of the name, don't pass
this up. For more information please visit the web
site (yDNA is only passed from father to son).
Family Website, Generation Four, Cliffords New Jersey to
Pennsylvania and Beyond
Hugh F. Clifford; information on Joseph and Mary (Clifford)
Whitsett who settled in Kentucky from Fayette County, Pennsylvania.
This family is perhaps related to the family of Samuel and
Maggie (Tuttle) Whitsett/Whitsitt of Montgomery Co., Ky.
Phillip's Bachman/Baughman Ancestors
family genealogy - traces the family back to the "old
of A Corbett Family
Wall's Family Tree
Walter Westfall's Westfall Genealogy
Family of Sandra Newman Sanchez
Sandra's web site has more information on Juriaen and
Mary Hansen Westfall,
their children and grandchildren than I have on mine. The
font and background color
were a minor problem for me but the information is worth
of the Jansen Daughters
This site has an extensive data on the ancestry
of the Westfall family including the female lines going
back to the Netherlands and Germany in the 17th century
Hill Cemetery, Randolph Co., W. Va.
is a Rootsweb site. Although Arnold Hill cemetery does not
have any Westfall families buried in it (that we know of)
there are many pioneer families of Randolph County buried
here. Plus, the site has links to many other sites of possible
interest to Westfall family researchers. The cemetery is
located in Randolph County near Beverly, West Virginia.