I want to welcome Sherry Lyn Carsten to this blog!


Sherry is kin to me via the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Tribe – she is descendant of Fred Webster, son of Solomon Webster & Mary Wilson (Mary was the Barkhamsted Line) They came to Flint Michigan area in late 1860s to early 1870s. She has been a Genealogist/Researcher abt as long as I have – I have asked her to come on board this blog to tell her side of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Story and to help manage this blog – she has blogged for years and has her own website at: http://sheritasgenealogy.blogspot.com/

WELCOME SHERRY! So glad to have you on board!

Coni

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One Comment on “I want to welcome Sherry Lyn Carsten to this blog!

  1. Thank you for the welcome & the honor to contribute to this wonderful blog. Fred Webster came to Cass & Van Buren Counties, Michigan in the early 1870s his son Bert moved to Flint, in the late 1910s but before 1920.

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