Month: September 2012

I am planning on attending this event


Barkhamsted Lighthouse Cemetery – Barkhamsted CT


1785 James Chagum’s Cattle Mark


   

Death of Mary Chagum – 100 years old


Ed Cobb and son Arthur Edward Cobb


Patience is a descendant of Polly “Mary” Chagum & William Wilson lineage – she is sister to my Hannah Chagum whom married Reuben Barber and had my lineage~ I have a note that Arthur Edward Cobb was possibly adopted out – more investigation is… Continue Reading “Ed Cobb and son Arthur Edward Cobb”

Mary Matilda “Til” (Elwell) Merrit & Patience (Elwell) Cobb photo correction


Via the Jan 2001 New Hartford Historical Society Newsletter the photo that was believed to be Mary Matilda Elwell is actually the photo of her sister Patience Elwell wife of Ed Cobb~

1825 Sampler done by Phila Barber age 13 – Barkhamsted


I got this email from Apryl on Oct 29. 2009 – I haven’t been able to place her as of yet – anyone know of a Phila Barber in the Barkhamsted Group? Or is she of the Colonial Barbers? Hello Coni – Several years… Continue Reading “1825 Sampler done by Phila Barber age 13 – Barkhamsted”

1790 Census Barkhamsted For Mary Chaugom


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Molly Choggum Death Record


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