Month: September 2014

I will be tackling the Mohegan lineages that ties into my lines next~


I am just waiting on several books to come in and I will be tackling the Mohegan lines mostly in the Montville Ct. area and the Uncas lineages – I have done much work on Uncas but the time frame I am needing is… Continue Reading “I will be tackling the Mohegan lineages that ties into my lines next~”

Updated research books!


All updated research books can be found at: https://conidubois.wordpress.com/my-research-book/ All Books Updated: Great James Chagum/Shawgum – 254 pgs (5.43 MB) Father of Mechoswodt Native American genealogy – 313 pgs (7.04 MB) Tashtussuck Native American genealogy – 308 pgs (6.66 MB) Wnwanda Native American genealogy… Continue Reading “Updated research books!”

Will be updating all my research books!


Due to many changes in my files and work – update of ALL research books is needed to be done~ Will take me a couple of weeks to make new ones! So much has changed and so much has been uncovered!

Winsted Journal – Aug 22, 2014 – Winsted CT


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