Day: December 16, 2010

Christmas Past


Today I sit at this computer and I think about the holiday’s approaching – I was raised in Indiana in a small community in the country by a HUGE family – We all knew each other, it was safe to leave the doors unlocked,… Continue Reading “Christmas Past”

Moving forward


I’m gonna jump ahead to my 7th Great Grandfather James Chagam &  the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village in Barkhamsted Connecticut. This is where my story will begin for you – I have complete documentation for every generation starting with my Grandchild to Chagam’s in the… Continue Reading “Moving forward”

Genealogy Poems that I love~


We Are The Chosen My feelings are in each family we are called to find the ancestors.To put flesh on their bones and make them live again, To tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and approve. To me, doing… Continue Reading “Genealogy Poems that I love~”

What do I do now?


Once you’ve got all your immediate family as done as you can – then you start working your way back into history. I started with Census – Ancestry.com is a wonderful data base and wealth of information – it’s has changed over the past… Continue Reading “What do I do now?”

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