Month: July 2013

April 17, 1924 Barkhamsted “Lighthouse” Sold – Farmington Valley Herald


Need this article – only have this written copy from Doug Roberts

Have been updating the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Research Book


I have been working non stop on the Barkhamsted Lighthouse linage’s – going thru each and every line to make sure I’ve covered them all. I am at James B Barber the son of Hannah (Chagum) & Reuben Barber. I have just updated the… Continue Reading “Have been updating the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Research Book”

Sept 20, 1786 – James Chogum to Solomon Chogum – 20 Acres


Sept 20, 1786  – James Chogum to Solomon Chogum – 20 Acres To all People to whom these Presents Shall Come know that I James Chogum of Berkhamsted in County of Litchfield and State of Connecticut for the Consideration of twenty pounds lawful money… Continue Reading “Sept 20, 1786 – James Chogum to Solomon Chogum – 20 Acres”

Barkhamsted Lighthouse Family Reunion July 2nd-6th 2015


I have been wanting to do a family reunion for the descendants of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Tribe – I have set a date with Paul Hart the President of the Barkhamsted Historical Society and Squires Tavern – we have decided on July 2nd-6th 2015~… Continue Reading “Barkhamsted Lighthouse Family Reunion July 2nd-6th 2015”

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