Nolan Family History
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aloysius thomas nolan said:   January 20, 2010 9:00 pm PST
Visited Millville several years back 2006 Visited the farm no one was there looked around and tryied to get into the stone house to take a look around it was built like fort knox could not get in very solid to this day. Went to town and met a Mr Sylvestor Shones who was working the feed mill drying plant were they dryied the corn. I told him I was related to Patrick Nolan and he told me he remembeed reading a letter that Patrick had wrote to some one in town about what a great time they had togeather drinking togeather he said he found it in attic in a buiding down town, Still trying to get the letter,he is about 90 yrs old will be hard to find. Went to the Stumple inn bar in millville. That town hasn't changed much in the last 150 yrs I believe it still has the same population of about Two hundred Tryied to visit with Mr Timm's but he was in the field working This was in Sept. I guess that is a busy time for them. Would love'd to seen the inside of that stone house. Lot of family history there.. Thanks for the directions Jack!

Heather Schones said:   January 15, 2010 9:16 pm PST
I am the granddaughter of Joseph Schones who married Harriet Nolan. This is an amazing family history that traces the lines of our family. A few of the later generation is incorrect, but it is amazing :) I would love to talk with other members of our family. Hope to hear from you. Heather

Tim Nolan said:   January 10, 2010 8:22 pm PST
Happy New Year little tour of the Emerald Isle: LOVE & PEACE Tim Nolan

bobby nolan said:   December 20, 2009 5:52 pm PST
i am son of malcolm nolan(deceased) i live in columbia,ms along with brothers and sisters just lookin to see what all other nolans are around and see what my back ground was like. thanks good page u got

Bonnie Neuzil said:   November 22, 2009 3:16 pm PST
I am the second daughter of James W. Nolan, Jr. and his wife Lucille Catherine Schultz-Nolan. I was born in Rochester, Minnesota. in 1946. I had the privilege of growing up in the original stone farm house on the Nolan homestead in Milliville, Minnesota, that was always an amazing feat to me even as a young person, how they got all those big rocks up the bluff to make a house and a barn. I have always been inspired by the spirit of my ancestors whenever I would play on the beams in the barn and viewed the axe marks that were left there by people I had never met. I saw bark left on the beams from the trees they had felled and would run my hands over the smoothness of the beam and wonder what "those people were like." I spent many wonderful times tramping through the woods with my Dad and learning the ways of nature from him. To this day, I still miss picking wild spring flowers, checking out the natural spring waters, and have had many wild animals for my pets. Dad loved animals and I grew up with pet racoon, fox, a beaver and anything that I could show Dad that I could take care of. I now life in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and still have pets, only they are city accepted -- A 4-month old Boston Terrior puppy and a domestic cat. I look at the Nolan Website at different times and enjoy my "Irish" heritage! I thank you Jack for all your kind effort in caring for our history

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