Month: July 2012

Been busy with family~


Lots has been going on in my world right now – haven’t done too much researching for the past few weeks~ I have a new Granddaughter abt to be born – due anytime~ I have another daughter just recently got engaged – been babysitting… Continue Reading “Been busy with family~”


Originally posted on Echo's of Lost Footsteps:
My cousin Coni took this photo up at the Barkhamsted LightHouse site.  It’s a very beautiful flower.  I ponder if James & Molly planted these because they loved the flower or because there was a purpose…

William Wilson (update)


This is from my personal blog Echo’s of Lost Footsteps wanted to share here 🙂 In my search for William Wilson’s Revolutionary War records, I was beginning to think that he wasn’t in the war or that he wasn’t a white man as people claim… Continue Reading “William Wilson (update)”

A Poem for thought


I find more & more of the desendants of the Light House Tribe are into writing, most specificly poetry.  My mother wrote poem, as did some of her brothers & sisters, their mother Edith Webster-Lash wrote a ton of poems.  Here is a poem by Poem… Continue Reading “A Poem for thought”

William Wilson & Mary (Chagum) Wilson Signature


I was very interested in all the Revolutionary War paper’s Coni has been posting.  I went searching there to see if I could find William Wilson in any of those.  My search was for William Wilson in Connecticut.  I found a file with a document… Continue Reading “William Wilson & Mary (Chagum) Wilson Signature”

8/6/1833 Ruben Barber Revolutionary War – Statement


State of New York – Tioga County Reuben Barber of the Town of Catlin in the said County of Tioga being duly Sworn deposeth and saith that since he has learned through his ajent that the officers of the War Department who have in… Continue Reading “8/6/1833 Ruben Barber Revolutionary War – Statement”

4/12/1850 – Hannah (Chagum) Barber Widows Penison for Ruben


State of New York – Chemung County On the twelfth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundreed and fifty personally appeared before me Patrick Quin a Justice of Peace in and forsaid County of Chemung in the State… Continue Reading “4/12/1850 – Hannah (Chagum) Barber Widows Penison for Ruben”

James Barber – Bounty Land Documents 2x 60 acres


4/13/1850 Hannah (Chagum) Barber Statement for Son James Barber


Hand written: State of New York – Chemung County Part 1: On this thirteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eightheen dred and fifty came personally before me Patrick Quin (?) a justice of the peace in an of… Continue Reading “4/13/1850 Hannah (Chagum) Barber Statement for Son James Barber”

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