I have finally put an ‘OFFICIAL’ Barkhamsted Lighthouse Book together! You can view it here!

Coni Dubois - Book Cover

James Chagum – Chief of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village 

By Coni Dubois – Created 5/13/2015 

TO VIEW BOOK: Click Here


For $100.00 donation to help towards my travels & expenses

I will send you a printed & signed copy

(Personally created) of my 1st official research book:

for my

Quest for my Native American Roots

(Thru my GoFundMe: http://www.gofundme.com/Ever-Widening-Circle)

James Chagum – Chief of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village

It is free to view thou with link above –

I want you to keep in mind this was all created by me and

with the help of Family Tree Maker Software and their book making feature

(took some time to learn but worth it)

I am officially ‘self publishing’ this!

I am proud and honored to be a descendant of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse

and this is my tribute to my Ancestors~

Please feel free to share this link~

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