Topic: So I've done some research and it turns out that there is no clan Akins
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Confirmed! Clan Akins doesn't exist. lord Lyon said so.


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I'm off to bed. If you want to know more, you can find it here:

http://clanakins.weebly.com/america.html


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Akins said:
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Akins said:
­Have a look for yourself:

http://www.chesco.org/DocumentCenter/View/5417

He's listed 3 times on page 8

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You claim he lived in Ireland, Scotland, Virginia, Arkansas, Alabama, and now Pennsylvania. Seems unlikely.

­Not the same one, I had a 5th, 6th and 7th great-grandfather named James Akins/Akin/Aikin. My 6th and 7th great grandfathers were both born in Ireland but emigrated to Maryland/Pennsylvania (the area that my 6th great grandfather settled in, West Nottingham, was claimed by both Pennsylvania and Maryland and was the cause of the Mason-Dixon Line being run, due to Cresap's War.

My 5th great grandfather, James Akin(s) who lived in Chester Co., Pennsylvania in the early 1770s moved to Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina in 1777 where he purchased 200 acres of land just outside of Charlotte near Steele Creek.

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Who is this?

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/r/i/Patricia-Griffin-GA/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0718.html


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Akins has nogs in his family.

If i fucks da massa, I gets to be da house niggress
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Akins said:
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You claim he lived in Ireland, Scotland, Virginia, Arkansas, Alabama, and now Pennsylvania. Seems unlikely.

­Not the same one, I had a 5th, 6th and 7th great-grandfather named James Akins/Akin/Aikin. My 6th and 7th great grandfathers were both born in Ireland but emigrated to Maryland/Pennsylvania (the area that my 6th great grandfather settled in, West Nottingham, was claimed by both Pennsylvania and Maryland and was the cause of the Mason-Dixon Line being run, due to Cresap's War.

My 5th great grandfather, James Akin(s) who lived in Chester Co., Pennsylvania in the early 1770s moved to Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina in 1777 where he purchased 200 acres of land just outside of Charlotte near Steele Creek.

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Who is this?

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/r/i/Patricia-Griffin-GA/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0718.html

­That's a different James Akins who came over from Ireland to Virginia in the 1600s.

Among the earliest of these was John Aekin, a colonist brought over in 1645 by John Rode who held a royal patent for land in Warwick Co., Virginia.

John Acken was brought to Virginia in 1653 by Secretary of State, Col.  William Clayborne.

James Ekin was one of 17 "Irish persons" brought to Henrico Co., Virginia by William Walthall in 1657. 

David Akin of Aberdeen was an early settler of Newport, Rhode Island arriving by 1662.

James Akin received a royal patent granting him 250 acres of land in Henrico Co., Virginia in 1665.

Three brothers, James, William, and Edward Aiken, were among a number of Scots-Irish colonists who established the  town of Londonderry, New Hampshire, settling there in 1722.

The Rev. Samuel Eakin (1742-1784),  a graduate of Princeton University, was an early Presbyterian minister in colonial Pennsylvania and Delaware who supported the cause of American independence during the Revolutionary War.

William Aiken, born in Ballymena, Ireland, in 1779, was one of eighteen siblings and cousins who immigrated to America when he was ten years old; settling in Fairfield Co., South Carolina. He became the president of the South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company in 1827 and until his death in 1831, was one of the wealthiest men in the United States. His son, William Aiken, Jr., was elected as Governor of South Carolina in 1844 and served as a United States Senator from 1851-1857.


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 Akins said: I'm off to bed. If you want to know more, you can find it here:

http://clanakins.weebly.com/america.html

Running away. :lol:


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. said: Akins has nogs in his family.

If i fucks da massa, I gets to be da house niggress
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:mammy:

Doubtful. The Akins family couldn't afford negroes.


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Akins said:
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Akins said:
­Not the same one, I had a 5th, 6th and 7th great-grandfather named James Akins/Akin/Aikin. My 6th and 7th great grandfathers were both born in Ireland but emigrated to Maryland/Pennsylvania (the area that my 6th great grandfather settled in, West Nottingham, was claimed by both Pennsylvania and Maryland and was the cause of the Mason-Dixon Line being run, due to Cresap's War.

My 5th great grandfather, James Akin(s) who lived in Chester Co., Pennsylvania in the early 1770s moved to Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina in 1777 where he purchased 200 acres of land just outside of Charlotte near Steele Creek.

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Who is this?

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/r/i/Patricia-Griffin-GA/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0718.html

­That's a different James Akins who came over from Ireland to Virginia in the 1600s.

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Wouldn't he be part of your tiny clan from that tiny island?


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Akins said:
. said:
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Who is this?

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/r/i/Patricia-Griffin-GA/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0718.html

­That's a different James Akins who came over from Ireland to Virginia in the 1600s.

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Wouldn't he be part of your tiny clan from that tiny island?

­Of course he was. He has a great many descendants.


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Doubtful. The Akins family couldn't afford negroes.

He claims they did.

I'll bet great-great grandaddy had a taste for Nubian 'tang.


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Also remember they discovered over at the Scotland forum that Akins just made up names as he went along, they found no verification of many of his so called descendants.


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. said: Also remember they discovered over at the Scotland forum that Akins just made up names as he went along, they found no verification of many of his so called descendants.

Correct. Clan Akins is a fabrication.


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Steve Akins proven to be a fraud


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. said: Steve Akins proven to be a fraud

­Reminder: no one has disproven any of what appears on my website:

http://clanakins.weebly.com/


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Akins said:
. said: Steve Akins proven to be a fraud

­Reminder: no one has disproven any of what appears on my website:

http://clanakins.weebly.com/

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This guy took care of that. http://homepage.eircom.net/~seanjmurphy/chiefs/akins.html


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. said:
Akins said:
. said: Steve Akins proven to be a fraud

­Reminder: no one has disproven any of what appears on my website:

http://clanakins.weebly.com/

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This guy took care of that. http://homepage.eircom.net/~seanjmurphy/chiefs/akins.html

­Nope, nothing but obfuscation and spin.


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Akins said:
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Akins said:
­Reminder: no one has disproven any of what appears on my website:

http://clanakins.weebly.com/

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This guy took care of that. http://homepage.eircom.net/~seanjmurphy/chiefs/akins.html

­Nope, nothing but obfuscation and spin.

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Also, he destroys all of your supposed evidence.


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. said:
Akins said:
. said: Steve Akins proven to be a fraud

­Reminder: no one has disproven any of what appears on my website:

http://clanakins.weebly.com/

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This guy took care of that. http://homepage.eircom.net/~seanjmurphy/chiefs/akins.html

Thanks. More proof that Akins is a liar.


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 . said: Also remember they discovered over at the Scotland forum that Akins just made up names as he went along, they found no verification of many of his so called descendants.

Correct. Clan Akins is a fabrication.

It's been confirmed.


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It's been confirmed.

Yes, and I think Lord Lyon would be the primary expert on the matter. So Steve Akins clearly is in the wrong.


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Besides myself, there is only one other person posting in this thread:

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Akins said: Besides myself, there is only one other person posting in this thread:

image

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Tell us about your friend, Akins.


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Akins said: Besides myself, there is only one other person posting in this thread:

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Tell us about your friend, Akins.

­I'm not friends with anyone who hides behind anonymity because they are too cowardly to own their own thoughts, ideas, beliefs and opinions on the internet with their true identity.


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Akins said: I'm a kike!!!
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KIKE!!1!
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:emma:


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Akins said:
. said:
Akins said: Besides myself, there is only one other person posting in this thread:

image

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Tell us about your friend, Akins.

­I'm not friends with anyone who hides behind anonymity because they are too cowardly to own their own thoughts, ideas, beliefs and opinions on the internet with their true identity.

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Its interesting how you're posting the identity of this person, but still claiming that they're anonymous. Seems contradictory.



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