Well, the good news is that the Forestry folks have been able to remove all of the spray paint from the new sign. I’ve enclosed a photo I just took (Saturday afternoon). Even up close, you can’t see any of the paint. Yay for that. That bad news, and it is as I expected, the paint has not come off of the boulder and 1929 sign. I figured that one would be tougher. Still working on it. Thank you all for your concern for the signage. I’ll be happy when all of the paint has been removed. kfed
Category: Coni Dubois
I’ve been a family Genealogist/Native American Researcher for over 30+ years and have traced over 65,000+ people for my research - My main area of research is in MI, IN, CT, NY, RI, PA, MA, VA, VT, NJ, OH, KY, Block Island & Long Island areas - dealing with many of the colonial people & tribes in these locations.
Quest For Our Ancestral Roots
DOUBLE GENEALOGY: the ADOPTION WITNESS
Samson Occom's trip through England
Proclaim liberty throughout the land
Marldon Village, Life in a Devon Parish
This site is dedicated to the ancestors of the Johnson, Booker and Petruff families of Rhode Island, Connecticut and Pennsylvania and thier connecting lines of lineage.
My quest of finding my ancestors (& a bit of my life)
Searching for Forgotten Forebears - A Work in Progress
Myths, legends, folklore and tales from around the world
the spaces between
Serving the interests of genealogists since 1967
Essays on Heritage and Culture