- Hackers Creek Pioneer Descendants
- Debbe A. Hagner, AG
In memory of Gustav Hagner, who got me starting in genealogy.
- Dr. Marvin L. Hall
- Bruce Hamilton
- Bill Hamm
- Tom Hammack
- Shari Handley
Given in memory of my uncle, Eugene Mezick, who sparked my interest in genealogy,
and with thanks to Brian and Karen for their unflagging support of the genealogical
- Cheryl Collier Harris
In loving memory of a dear aunt, Norma Collier Marrs, who helped and encouraged
my genealogy research. Thanks to connections made through RootsWeb, I was able
to tell her about a family line stretching back 250 years.
- Cheryl J. Harris
Dedicated to my wonderful Mother, Alberta Pierce Jurney, and in memory of my
Father, Dick Jurney. I will always feel a void in my life without them. And
to thank RootsWeb for making it possible to relive their lives through new found
- Richard Harrison
- Ashley B. Hart
- Winnifred S. Hart
- Linda Harvey
- Ginger Hayes
In grateful appreciation to RootsWeb for all it does to support free online
genealogy and the USGenWeb Project.
- Linda Hazelden
My contribution is a token of my appreciation for the free information RootsWeb
provides for all of us. It would have taken a long time to find my families
without the help from my friend Peter A. and RootsWeb. Thank you!
- Darda J. Heal
- Robin Helman
- Al Henderson
Dedicated to all those "behind-the-scenes" people at RootsWeb, who
make this the greatest on-line genealogy service around! THANK YOU, folks!
- George W. Henderson
- Jack Henderson
To recognize and applaud the persons who have spent so many years and so much
work to give us RootsWeb. To the originators of the site which became RootsWeb,
we in the Genealogy Group who are on the net owe much thanks, and our support.
Please donate what you can.
- Claire Hendricks
- Virginia Hershey
I dedicate this endeavor to my good friend Carmen Finley, and others like her,
who have made internet research as productive and promising as it has become.
Without people like her, people like me would still be licking stamps to get
our queries answered, and progressing at a much slower pace in regards to our
- Joan Hicks
In appreciation for all who have contributed so much to help my research.
- Al and Betty Hilton
- Ted Hitt
- Jo Hogle
- Lee Holder
- Chuck Holderness
In memory of Katherine Ann Ruegger Holderness.
- Ken Hollingsworth
- Dan Honeycutt
- Adrian Hopkins
- Kay Rooks Hoskins
Dedicated to my Granddad and Daddy, John Myers Rooks Sr. and Jr., and to my
Grand Uncle Irvin Rooks who gave me Surnames to start my search. Uncle Irvin
did his research the old fashioned way in the 1950's by writing and visiting
the Court houses in Tennessee and North Carolina. He wrote that he ran into
dead ends because "The damn yankees burned the Court Houses." I wish
he could see the resources we have today.
- Jeremy Howat
RootsWeb is doing a wonderful job for genealogy world-wide.
- Janet Hueners
In loving memory of my uncle, John Hueners who left me the most precious legacy
of all, THE FICTION HISTORY OF A FAMILY (Somewhat Tainted by Fact), which started
me off on my search for the truth.
- Suzanne L. Huff
In loving memory of Joanna, who began the journey...
- Aleita King Huguenin
In memory of Mya Robinson Koppenhafer who's humor and love of life guide me
these many years since her death. Because of her I always search for the women
who married into the surname line, for they gave just as much to the tree.
- Paul David Hume
- Rev. Lynne (Rush) Hundley
Celebrating the first ancestor I "found" (20 years ago): Nancy Frank
Ramsey, 1812-1851, Bedford Co., Virginia
- Ernest L. Irish
- Judy Jackson
- Yvonne James-Henderson
In loving memory of my mother LaVona Lawson James Lucky and her parents, Virgil
and Hazel Brisbin Lawson that started me on this journey. Thank you Brian and
- Jefferson County Chapter, OGS
- Johns Family Research Group
- Linda M. Johnson
- Linda D. Johnston
Dedicated to my mother, Clara D. Swartz-Crawford, who passed away 8/12/98. She
raised nine children and always taught us that we should be thankful for our