Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village ROLL CALL & Welcome Packet!


Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village Descendants:

—WELCOME PACKET—

Please click this link to download BLV Welcome packet – to be completed by all descendants.

—ROLL CALL—
–Please click this link to sign in–

I need EVERY descendant to please join our group and sign in to our Roll Call! If you are unsure of lineage – I have many of the lines done and would love to help figure it out~

We have a lot exciting things happening for the Lighthouse People so make sure you join to keep up to date! And feel free to post about your family’s, their stories, photos & memories.🥰

Please share this post to your boards 😘

I can’t wait to see how many of the descendants are still living~

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