Category: Coni Dubois

Noah & Sarah (Allen) Gilbert


Part 2 of 2 3rd: William Todd Gilbert – Son of Amos Jr & Matilda (Todd) William T GilbertFrom: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62821141/william-t-gilbertBIRTH 6 Nov 1837 – Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana, USADEATH 13 Apr 1927 (aged 89) – Kosciusko County, Indiana, USABURIAL North Webster Cemetery – North… Continue Reading “Noah & Sarah (Allen) Gilbert”

Noah & Sarah (Allen) Line


My 7th Great Grandparents PART: 1 of 2 To view my research book on the Descendants of Noah & Sarah (Allen) Gilbert Research by Coni Dubois:Pg’s: 431 – View PDF – Click Here I have also created individual reports for each of my direct… Continue Reading “Noah & Sarah (Allen) Line”

Coni’s direct line to Amos Gilbert Jr. & Sr. of VEvay, Switzerland, IN


To view my research book on the Descendants of Noah & Sarah (Allen) Gilbert Click this link to preview PDF I have also created individual reports for each of my direct line to Noah & Sarah (Allen) Gilbert and combined them into one PDF… Continue Reading “Coni’s direct line to Amos Gilbert Jr. & Sr. of VEvay, Switzerland, IN”

Recent Trip to Vevay, IN, and a Missing Key Named Ezra


I recently traveled to Switzerland County, Indiana, in hopes of finding some shred of evidence pointing me towards the origins of one Amos Gilbert, Sr., my 5th Great-Grandfather (seven generations ago), known to have arrived there around 1816.  A ‘slam-dunk’ would have been the… Continue Reading “Recent Trip to Vevay, IN, and a Missing Key Named Ezra”

ATTN: Barkhamsted Lighthouse Descendants


I am getting back to work on our Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village Descendant’s Association! I have set up a main contact page for those that believe they might be a descendant for those I have yet to work with. Click here to get to the… Continue Reading “ATTN: Barkhamsted Lighthouse Descendants”

HI Everyone!!!


I am in the middle of redoing and updating this blog! A LOT of NEW THINGS are happening!!! We have a couple new Authors that will be joining us: Roxanne Wehnes & Mark Rogers~ Super EXCITED to have them join our blog!!! They will… Continue Reading “HI Everyone!!!”

Update on what I have been working on…


I am in so many directions & projects right now 👀 I am at the moment going through my files and fixing missing photos from all my merges & updates I have done over the years. Not many – a 100 or so needing… Continue Reading “Update on what I have been working on…”

…Or I Could Be Wrong


Recently, Jane and Chris Gilbert of the Gilbert Y-DNA Project informed me that there were some errors in my research.  They backed this up with solid science in the form of an extensive study that matches haplogroups of Gilbert men with demonstrable and documented… Continue Reading “…Or I Could Be Wrong”

Our Friends of the Visitor have murdered James Chaugham, the hero, or Narragansett Indian of the Barkhamsted Light House fame.


Richard Stockton & the Allen Connection


Interesting person/cousin in my files (from my Ralph Allen Book) Richard Stockton was born in Princeton on November 8, 1791. He worked as an Attorney General. He studied law and practiced in New Jersey before moving to Mississippi, where he was made one of… Continue Reading “Richard Stockton & the Allen Connection”

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