Been a very busy 3 weeks for me!


With hurricane Isaac and hubby home a extra week, buying the camper and truck, having a new grand baby, other grand baby starting school & youngest daughter announcing she is getting married Nov 24th – I can honestly say I’m exhausted – been one thing after another! I am so ready to get some researching done – have tons of stuff coming in that needs to be added to my records – Sheryl Robinson has been a God-sent and has uncovered all the land deeds of James of Barkhamsted that was needed during her recent research trip before he moved to Barkhamsted – very detailed stuff and will be getting it all in my files 1st thing!! Will be posting here on my blog for everyone as I add them there is a lot to add (transcribe each document as I go)  – she has also included maps and the actual deeds – Could kiss her WHOLE face for this info!!! Thanks Sheryl!

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