Month: April 2013

I have updated 2 Research Books – 4/29/13


1. List of people in Coni Dubois’s Research 31,329 people – 826 pgs – Updated  4/29/2013   2. Barkhamsted Lighthouse Genealogy Research  443 pgs (9.16 MB) – Main Research Book Last Updated 4/29/2013 Click here to go to my Research Books

To help or sponsor Coni and her research


Go Fund Me.com – Ever-Widening-Circle I have had people ask me about sponsoring me or donating to help with my travels I have set up a donation page on Go Fund Me.com http://www.gofundme.com/Ever-Widening-Circle is my direct donation page This is the safest and best… Continue Reading “To help or sponsor Coni and her research”

Samuel “Sam” Amo’s 1906 land in Whitney, Arenac, Michigan Along with the Griffith’s


 

History of Landrie Settlement by Hattie Landrie daughter to Alex Landrie


Note from Coni: Samuel “Sam” Amo is my 2nd Great Grandfather   From: A History of Arenac County, Michigan by Calvin Ennes – Edited by Paul Michalke (signed my book) Chapter 12 Pgs 113-124 History of Landrie Settlement by Hattie Landrie daughter to Alex… Continue Reading “History of Landrie Settlement by Hattie Landrie daughter to Alex Landrie”

"Ever Widening Circle"

Quest For Our Ancestral Roots

MarileeWein.com

DOUBLE GENEALOGY: the ADOPTION WITNESS

A Journey With Occom

Samson Occom's trip through England

Live as Free People

Proclaim liberty throughout the land

Marldon Local History Group

Marldon Village, Life in a Devon Parish

Jessica's Family Tree

This site is dedicated to the ancestors of the Johnson, Booker and Petruff families of Rhode Island, Connecticut and Pennsylvania and thier connecting lines of lineage.

Echo's of Lost Footsteps

My quest of finding my ancestors (& a bit of my life)

They Were Here

Searching for Forgotten Forebears - A Work in Progress

Under the influence!

Myths, legends, folklore and tales from around the world

quotidiously

the spaces between

Mid-Michigan Genealogical Society

Serving the interests of genealogists since 1967

The Red Cedar

Essays on Heritage and Culture

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