Month: February 2017

My 3rd Great Grandparents: William Harrison “Henry” & Caroline M. (Trent) Pratt

L2R: (My 3x) William H. Pratt, Orville Nickerson, (3x) Caroline (Trent) Pratt  Both photo’s in this post: was owned by Viola B. Nickerson-Scheetz and given to her daughter – Viola Mae Scheetz-Keck who then passed it on to her niece, Rhonda Yamauchi who donated… Continue Reading “My 3rd Great Grandparents: William Harrison “Henry” & Caroline M. (Trent) Pratt”

2018 Presentation Schedule – By Coni Dubois

Hi everyone! Just wanted to let everyone know I am scheduling presentations for 2018! If you are interested in scheduling – email me at: I will be speaking at: I am planning both of these in the same trip – will update once… Continue Reading “2018 Presentation Schedule – By Coni Dubois”

My Ancient Origin – Thru Family Tree DNA

I am loving all that Family Tree DNA is coming out with! These are my Ancient European Origin results If you are considering doing a DNA test I HIGHLY recommend

DNA Projects I am in (Coni (Allen) Dubois) through Family Tree DNA

I am in in SEVERAL projects on Family Tree DNA (Just starting to figure it all out) These are my KEY DNA Projects I am focusing on! HVR1 & HVR2 below are my matching numbers in the projects~ Save

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