Month: July 2014

Manisses: A People and a Place by Glenda Luck is now available!


Glenda Luck: I’m so excited to share my new album, Manisses: A People and a Place, with you! It was a labor of love for me to create.  A huge Thank You to everyone who took part in it’s creation. Robert Stern, John T… Continue Reading “Manisses: A People and a Place by Glenda Luck is now available!”

Appearing 2nd time on ctv13 – The Senior Chat Hour


I am preparing for a trip to Hartford CT on Aug 12th – 15th All that I am planning on doing Aug 12th: 1. Once I land (noon) Veronica Hawkins (My cousin/Road buddy) & I are heading to The Institute for American Indian Studies… Continue Reading “Appearing 2nd time on ctv13 – The Senior Chat Hour”

7/14 – Notice: Sheryl Robinson is no longer a part of my research team~


Sheryl Robinson no longer represents me or my research and all I am trying to do here~ Please take note of this~ Coni Dubois

Griffith Family Plot @ Sims-Whitney Cemetery Also known as: Point Lookout Cemetery


Find A Grave Website for Sims-Whitney Cemetery

"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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