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About  Bagby Family
Please request permission.I know it a pain to sign in & a password, but it's the only way i can 
keep it somewhat private.
  I was having problems with Family tree maker (Ancestry.com) They limit you to only 2000 people.
I think this is a much more user friendly way of posting your Genealogy.
This is the same Bagby family that is on my old web sites. Bagby's of Randolph CO MO. & Reed 
Milnes 
Bagby & More. Etc. I'm No longer allowed to make changes to Bagby's of Randolph CO Mo, website.So 
all new additions & corrections will have to be found on this tribal pages website & on 
Findagravedot com Or in my personal computer.
  This is my theory as to who they/we are related to, Back to James Town Va. Colony.
I have had so much help compiling this data, I could not list them all.
I try to post some of them in Findagrave.com & find their headstone. If you have had your DNA done 
my Bagby's came from Africa, migrated to Iceland Or Greenland/Norway (Scandinavian) then to 
Scotland Ireland England (York CO)Vikings or Norsman & then to James Town colony 1628 then up James 
River to VA/KY them migrated to MO abt 1827 . In KY & MO they followed the tracks of Danial Boon.
England. "Suggested reading, Follow the route of Eric the red into the far East")

Then they migrated to Am Colonies. in 1628. Then Up the James River to VA KY. then to MO.

 I see that Wikipedia encyclopedia has printed this theory that has been kicking around the Bagby 
researchers for a few years. as to the orgin of the name, BAGBY
Click here: Bagby - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagby.
 Covers the Town of Bagby,  Yorkshire & the Dooms day books.
http://it.thislife.com/5udnZQ  (photos)

  Here is Jackson CO MO Kansas City, marriage look ups 
http://records.jacksongov.org/search.asp?cabinet=marriage
Mo death certificate found here.http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/
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