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John N. Gloyne 1880's

John N. Gloyne 1880's

Posted: 14 Jun 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Mar 2005 5:44PM GMT
Surnames: GLOYNE
I am interested in information on a John Norman GLOYNE who ranched in Blaine County 1880's on. His ranch was called the "LONG 40".(somewhere near the Harlem area?) Does anyone have any data on him, where he came from (in the states), etc.? I have other data, and will share. He had a brother named Frederick GLOYNE, about two years older than John. They both emmigrated from England, probably the late 1870's-early 80's. Was Frederick in Montana-Blaine Co.? Any information would be welcomed, please e-mail me, as I don't check as often as I should.

John Gloyne 1880s

Posted: 21 Aug 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Mar 2005 5:44PM GMT
Surnames: GLOYNE
Evelyn, I do thank you for responding to my query. I have talked with some of the younger GLOYNES in Great Falls-Lewistown-and Nebraska. They don't know anything of the original John GLOYNE that came from England to Canada, and then to Blaine County, Montana in the 1880s.The original John GLOYNE had a brother (older) that also came to the USA about the same time. I was hoping for a contact in Blaine Co. that knew some history about this immigrant, and possibly his brother Frederick. I have a family tree of sorts given to me by one of the younger ones, the fellows you are talking about are the sons of the original John GLOYNE that married into the GREY/GRAY family. I appreciate the time you have taken to help, and will try and get in touch with the people you mentioned. Thank You very much.

Gloyne

Evelyn Krause (View posts)
Posted: 21 Aug 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gloyne
Regarding your request in the Blaine County Rootsweb page:

I grew up in Harlem and remember John Gloyne. I know his granddaughter, and she will be able to help you regarding his brother Fred. Marlyn Orahood of Malta, phone # 658-2656, was the daugher of Wesley and Della Gloyne. Wes was the son of John. I talked with Marlyn recently. She doesn't have a computer so you cannot e-mail her direct. Her daughters are online, but I don't know their married names so can't help you there. If you want to call her at the number above (area code is 406, by the way), she will be able to help you. She knows some of Fred's descendants also. Hope this helps!

Gloyne family

Evelyn Krause (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jul 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gloyne
I saw the two granddaughters last weekend at a school reunion in Harlem. Marlyn Orahood, daughter of John's son Wesley, lives in Malta. Karen Bryant, also daughter of Wes, lives in Fort Benton, MT. Karen has an e-mail address and can give you all the info you might want on her grandfather and Fred. Her e-mail address is: karen@mcn.net. She also has a web page: www.karensinstaprintstudio.com. Marlyn isn't on the internet but one of her daughters is. They would like to hear from you. Marlyn's mailing address is Box 1414, Malta MT 59538.

Re: John N. Gloyne 1880's

Posted: 3 May 2009 10:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am a granddaughter of John N. Gloyne The daughter of Walter J. Gloyne and Della Emirson Gloyne - contact me for any further info at karen1@3rivers.net.

Re: John N. Gloyne 1880's

Posted: 4 May 2009 5:37AM GMT
Classification: Query
Karen,
thank you for the reply. At the time I wrote this query I had hoped your ancestor was related to my husband's ancestor. Since then I have found the correct man, who was my husband's ggrandfather, and where he was from in England, and his father in Wales. We have spoken to your relative (Rod) in Montana, and his brother in Nebraska, nice people, we enjoyed speaking with them.

Again thank you for answering.

Kathleen
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