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You will find here genealogy of the Carothers family in America, genealogy of the parent Carruthers family in Scotland, short vignettes of certain key Carothers-Carruthers people throughout history, maps of the ancestral homes in both Scotland and America, travel information concerning visiting these ancestral homes, shopping information for Carothers-Carruthers artifacts and books / movies / music related to Scotland and the Borders territory that was, and still is, home to the Carothers and Carruthers families.
Additionally, you will find a wealth of information about various families that have intermarried with the Carothers and Carruthers families. These other families include, but are not limited to the following names: Armstrong, Barr, Bell, Bruce, Douglas, Johnston, Ferree, Forsythe, Godwin, Hart, Horn, Kimery, Kuykendall, James, Maxwell, Melson, Morton, Murray, Vail, and West. In particular, you will find history that puts your family's chronicles in perspective.
General Family Resouces can also by found by reviewing the Family Resources page in the left hand column.
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Much data has been amassed that will be put on this web site. However, it does take some time to format the information into what is needed for web publishing. Please bear with us. New information is being added literally every day.
Should you have a desire for specific pieces of information, please email us at CustomerService@Carothers-Carruthers.com and we will address your desires as soon as possible. Although we have several thousand people in our genealogy database, we do not have information on every Carothers or Carruthers. However, we do have much information that is gathered but just not formatted for the web, yet. Additionally, we have stopped our genealogy charts at people born in early 1900, in order to protect against identity theft of anyone living. Let us know what your desires are, and we will let you know if we can help or not.
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Trying to Locate a Carothers Ancestor?
If you would like help in locating a Carothers ancestor, we recommend that you post an inquiry on the Carothers Genealogy Forum. It hasn't had much posting lately, but quite a number of questions and answers are already there for your review. Other forums include Carruthers, Caruthers, Carrithers, Carouthers, and Carrothers.
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