Month: November 2012

OGEMAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN – OGEMAW COUNTY LANDOWNERS, 1903


George Short – married to Julia Kinney – who was the Mother of George Allen ( Ada May Barber 2nd husband – My line) William Barber (Father of Ada – Barkhamsted Lighthouse Descendant) , E Lauer (Ada’s 1st husband) George Thayer (Father of Ada’s… Continue Reading “OGEMAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN – OGEMAW COUNTY LANDOWNERS, 1903”

American Civil War Soldier: Theodore Barber


Wounded Soldiers Being Tended in the Field After the Battle of Chancellorsville – Near Fredericksburg, VA, May 2, 1863 Photo can be found at: http://www.ghosting12.com/2013/04/battle-of-chancellorsville-brought.html More photo’s can be found at: http://www.69thnewyork.co.uk/Medical.htm#CWMedPics   A medical unit set up under a tree at the battle… Continue Reading “American Civil War Soldier: Theodore Barber”

Ernest “Emmett” Griffith & Lucy Genevieve Amo


Ernest Emmett & Lucy Genevieve (Amo) Griffith My Grandfather Alvin Allen was married to Marion Etoile Griffith – daughter of Ernest “Emmett” Griffith & Lucy Genevieve Amo Ernest Emmett Griffith 18 Sep 1889 – 23 Sep 1915 Death Notice: Newspaper September 1915 Arenac  County… Continue Reading “Ernest “Emmett” Griffith & Lucy Genevieve Amo”

My Grandfather Alvin Allen’s Military Records


Alvin Allen – WWII – Army Serial Number: 46 003 402 May 24, 1934-June 15, 1935 – 1. He was a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps To All Whom it May Concern: This is to certify that: Allen Alven CC6-84779, A Member of… Continue Reading “My Grandfather Alvin Allen’s Military Records”

Sept.30, 1854 3 Part’s – Barkhamsted Light-House – Unsure which newspaper thou


       

A lil bit on what my research is abt~


I am close to putting the main pieces of the puzzle together – will be years of work ahead to connect all the true lineages (do them as I research them) it is down to the Narragansett‘s and the Brothertown Tribes (Great James married… Continue Reading “A lil bit on what my research is abt~”

Been researching – lots of stuff has been coming in lately~


I have been so lucky to find so many willing to help and to share what they have in their research~ I am in the process of tackling the Narragansett and Brothertown Native Americans (Have just got done covering the Long Island Chiefs and… Continue Reading “Been researching – lots of stuff has been coming in lately~”

9/10/1879 – A Centennial: Barkhamsted’s Celebration – NH Register


In Need of Sands, Hazards, Noka, Niles -Narragansett Genealogy’s


I am finally to the 1700’s of my research and much recent work has been focused on the Ninegret Lineages – descendants of Tasstasuck – I am on the hunt for the Sands Lineages (which I believe Janey wife of Great James Chagum is… Continue Reading “In Need of Sands, Hazards, Noka, Niles -Narragansett Genealogy’s”

The totem of the Narragansett Tribe is the Calumet, the peace pipe meaning good will and brotherly love to all mankind.


Narragansett Dawn Vol 2 No 1 May 1936 Pg 12: Totems The Night Hawk is the totem of our Sachem. The hawk was a  sacred bird of the Narragansett which they often tamed to chase away crows from the cornfield. It means our sachem… Continue Reading “The totem of the Narragansett Tribe is the Calumet, the peace pipe meaning good will and brotherly love to all mankind.”

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