Last name: Gamble
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Jackie Gamble, my gandparents were from County Down in N Ireland. I was told by another Gamble that she traced her family back to the Cambells of Scotland.
George Gamble, my Grandparents were from N Ireland.
Hello i am african american from Kansas trying to trace the Gamble name.
Hi from Down Under in Australia. I've researched some of my family tree from Durham County, England. I have relatives that emigrated from Ireland also. Would love to exchange information with anyone interested firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greetings fellow Gambles from Alice,Texas! :)
James Edward Gamble III
Hello fellow Gamble's I live in southern Mississippi where quite a few Gamble's call home
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The Gamble family crest came into existance many centuries ago.
Hi! My grandfather's name is George Gamble. He was born and raised in Tampa Bay, Florida. His mother was African American, but his father Sampson Gamble was believed to be of mixed decent or Native American because of his incredibly fair skin and straight black hair. I would love to trace the lineage of our last name.
G'day, from Australia, Hoping any gambles are connected with Broadstock, Weston, Brown, Schell, Nevill, Seward, Taylor, Currie, Glynn, Hilder, McLean and maybe McPhee, That's it for now, hoping someone connects...
Vivienne Susan Dale Gamble
A hello to all the gamble's
James William Gamble
Hi, another fellow Gamble from Leicester, Midlands, England. I know of about 4 or 5 other Gamble families in the area too, and none of us are related in any way!
Hi I'm from austraila an I am trying to find out if we have a tartan.
Kathryn (Stephens) Prymmer
My GG-Grandfather was William Henry Gamble, immigrated from Ireland to NY prox. 1872 (still trying to trace him back to Ireland), married Mary Ann Davis prox. 1874. Check out Tribalpages.com (I've got my tree on there) - you can sign up for a free family tree (including pix), or pay a bit and get expanded. I've found lots of folkson the site who share some of my family tree. FamilySearch.org is another great (free) search site.
Linda Rae Gamble-Shabazz
Hello to all of you, I was born and raised in Muskegon, Michigan along with 2-brothers (Herbert Lee Gamble Jr., Albert Aaron Gamble) and 1-sister (Margaret Magdalene Gamble-Booker. I am the oldest at age 58. Our father Herbert Lee Gamble Sr. (1925-1995), was 2nd. oldest of 7 children. His father's name was Albert Gamble (it is believed he was Indian) and they were all from Hattiesburg, Mississippi. My father and one sister named Sue Anna grew up on the Indian reservation separate from the other sisters and brothers. My father left Miss. at age 16 and did 2-terms in the United States Army during WWII where he met my mother (a nurse in the Army), they lived in Mich. after the war. We know very little history after this because during the 1925's for Blacks or Indian there were no records of births, deaths or marriage licenses kept. History has stated that Indians owned slaves but how did Gamble come in to this? I can't get a start! (I am Bi-Racial) (father-Black,Indian)