Coni’s Research Books


My Native American Genealogy Research Books

Last date updated: 8/1/2017
These books are not a “story” I’ve written – it is the genealogy of my Ancestors~ I only add what I can prove and thru the many years of research it has created my story – “My bloodline” – I’m honored to find all my “extended” family – to connect to all of you has been the “greatest” find of all – Thank You for helping me uncover the truth to “Our Roots” – These research books will never be done ~ Is an “Ever Widening Circle”~ These research books are my tribute to my Ancestor’sMy Quest to find my Native American Roots~ MANY  people’s work are included in these research books – Those that are Fellow Genealogist/Historian’s/Authors/Family Members – I can’t thank you enough for all your help and contribution to this work I couldn’t have done it without all of you and your dedication to researching also~ I’ve included anything/everything that has ever been published on the New England Native American People and their lives – I have thousands of documentation to back up this research and value any research/input from those wanting to help connect the dots – I verify and research each and ever person in these files~ I welcome any corrections/adds/documentation – If they are written about in history it is included in these books – if I found it – it was added!! This is my life’s work… at the request of my father I started my quest to find my Native American Root and thru the years I collected so much that I feel it is a shame not to share it so I created this blog and this page – I take no credit of the work of others and I only hope that I credit them to their satisfaction – all work is needed to fill in the of the blanks and to tell the whole of the story~ I believe if written about any person in these research books then it needs to be include to show the whole of their lives – I’m dealing with several states and key immigrants that dealt with my Native American Ancestors – it has taken years of people like me that care about our true Native American history to dig in and try to find the truth – these are my Ancestors – My Native American Roots – this is my tribute to them – I have not forgotten~ 
Coni Dubois©
 
Coni Dubois Native American Genealogy Research Book’s
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If a descendant contact me at chagumdescendants@gmail.com  for further details
You can view my Family Tree on Family Tree DNAClick here to view
(Updating – not available at this moment)
Genogram Ancestral Medical Report of Coni Dubois
Updated  7/18/2013
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List of people in Coni Dubois’s Research – 1600’s – 1900’s
over 40,000 people – 800 pgs – Updated  9/22/2014 – Click Here to View

 

Barkhamsted Lighthouse – Barkhamsted CT

NEW!! James Chagum – Chief of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village by Coni Dubois – Updated 8/1/17 

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Barkhamsted Lighthouse RecordsProvided by Archeologist/Professor/Author Ken Feder: Ken is leading Archaeologist of Barkhamsted Lighthouse site in Barkhamsted CT

Barkhamsted Lighthouse Land RecordsUpdated 11/3/15
Barkhamsted Lighthouse Birth Records
Barkhamsted Lighthouse Death Records
Barkhamsted Lighthouse Marriage Records
 

James & Mary/Molly Chagum’s Children Individual Research Books
Last updated 8/13/16

1. Hannah: Married Reubin/Reuben (Barbour) Barber – Click Here
           ^^ James B
           ^^ Patience C
           ^^ Haides J 
           ^^ Hannah Chrislor
2. Mercy: Married Isaac Jacklin – Click here
            ^^ Hannah
            ^^ Sarah
            ^^ Rhoda
            ^^ John
            ^^ Isaac
3. Meribah/Mary: Married Samuel Lawrence – Click Here
  ** Haven’t found any descendants as of yet for her
4. Mary/Polly: Married William Preston Wilson – Click Here
           ^^ William Preston Jr.
           ^^ Mary
           ^^ Esther
           ^^ Susannah
5. Solomon: Married Sophia Webster (?) & a Miss Hayes – Click Here
           ^^ Baby Chagum (Sophia)
6. Elizabeth: Never married – Click Here
7. Susan/Sally: Died abt age of 25? – No Research Book
      ** Only info: via Jesse Ives – died middle age – Single
8. Samuel: Unknown Green – Click Here
    ** Susan Shepard is working on this line for us.
          ^^ Benjamin
          ^^ Elizabeth
          ^^ Lucy

{Coni’s Paternal Lines©}

 2. Father of Mechoswodt Native American genealogy – 222 pgs (6.40MB)
(Massapequa & Montauk genealogy)
Last updated 5/15/2015 – To view: Click Here
3. Kakapeteyno Native American genealogy – 230 pgs (7 MB)
(Canarsee along with Massapequa & Montauk genealogy)
Last updated 5/16/2015To view: Click Here
4. Tashlasch – Tashtassuck Native American genealogy – 165 pgs (6 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To View: Click Here
5. Wnwanda Native American genealogy – 177 pgs (7.6 MB)
Includes lines: Mongotucksee & Sowheag
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
 6. Na-Ges-Sis Native American genealogy 124 pgs (4.79 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
7. Father Tama-Quawshad  Native American genealogy – 72 pgs (4.4 MB)
Includes lines: Uncas & Sassacus
Last updated 5/16/2016 – To view: Click Here
8. Elder Ninegret Native American genealogy – 60 pgs (3 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
9. Father Sachem  Native American genealogy – 43 pgs (2.59 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
10. New Moon Nanapashemet Native American genealogy – 39 pgs (2.3 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
11. Weesoemequn-Yellowfeather Native American genealogy – 74 pgs (3.49 MB)
Includes lines: Ousamequin – Massasoit
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
12.  Allin Line
Oldest Ancestor: Ralfe Allen 104 pgs (5.74 MB)
(Mason/Quaker)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
13. Edmond/Amo Line
Oldest Ancestor: Joseph Edmond 39 pgs (2.25 MB)
Last updated 5/18/2015 – To view: Click Here
 14. Campeau/Campeo/Campo
Oldest Ancestor: Jacques Campeau 137 pgs (6.35 MB)
Last updated 5/18/2015 – To view: Click Here
 15. Shattuck Genealogy
(Underwood, Gardner, Morse, Parker, Allen & Corlies)
Oldest Ancestor:  Samuel William Shattuck  66 pgs (3.83 MB)
Last updated 5/18/2015 – To view: Click Here
16. Barber Line
Oldest Ancestor: Thomas Barbour 93 pgs (4.32 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
17. Clark Line
(Maryette Emaline Clark married William Barber)
Oldest Ancestor:  Thomas Clark 88 pgs (3.57 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
 18. Kortrecht/Cortright/Courtright Line
Oldest Ancestor:  Moses Anthony Kortrecht 63 pgs (3.35 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
 19. Griffith Line
Oldest Ancestor:  Jesse Griffith 70 pgs (3.59 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
 20. Keeney/Kinney Line
Oldest Ancestor:  Alexander Keeney 182 pgs (10.6 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
21. Short Line
Oldest Ancestor:  Henry Short 170 pgs (6.14 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
 22. George Gardiner Line – 119 pgs (6.1 MB)
(Parshall, Keeney/Kinney/Rathburn Genealogy)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
 

{Coni’s Maternal Lines©}

23.  Oldest Native Ancestor: 
Holesqua-Chief Cornstalk – William Vann Native American Genealogy
(Coffman/Pratt/Scheetz Genealogy) – 147 pgs (5.7MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
24. Gilbert Genealogy
Oldest Ancestor:  Joseph Gilbert  113 pgs (1.94 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
25. Tarant Genealogy
Oldest Ancestor:  Frank Tarant  28 pgs (1.9 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
26. King Genealogy
Oldest Ancestor:  William King  64 pgs (3.44 MB)
(King, Williams, Cloud & Nickerson)
Last updated 5/17/2015 – To view: Click Here
27. Nickerson Genealogy
Oldest Ancestor:  James Alexander Nickerson  90 pgs (3.8 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
28. Pratt Genealogy
Oldest Ancestor:  James Pratt  80 pgs (3.5 MB)
Last updated 5/17/2015 – To view: Click Here
29. Furrer/Furrow Genealogy
Oldest Ancestor:  Hans Jacob Furrer 45 pgs (2.7 MB)
Last updated 5/16/2015 – To view: Click Here
 

{Extended Family Genealogy/Research©}

30. Babcock Genealogy
(Hazard, Bourne, Brown/Browne, Clark, Hoxsie)
Oldest Ancestor:  James Babcock 115 pgs (8.42 MB)
Last updated 5/18/2015 – To view: Click Here
 31. Slocum Genealogy
Oldest Ancestor:  Giles Slocum 47 pgs (4.34 MB)
Last updated 5/18/2015 – To view: Click Here
 
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  1. Please leave comments here about this research book so that I can keep track of them – I’m looking forward to hearing opinions, corrections and yes even criticism!

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  2. Brought over from Facebook from – Patricia A Stone: I read about 80 pages so far Coni; you have certainly brought together a lot of new research and history relating to James and his ancestors. I hated to stop reading and will go back to see what’s next! Good work 🙂

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  3. im in your linen throw ferd webster down to bell . she is my greatgrand
    mother from charles ray perkins . she merried oliver perkins an had him in 1902 but i cant find the wright town he was brorn in . but wer caz along the line see ya in june ok

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    • Darlene, I am threw Fred also, but by way of Bert Webster. According to Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995;

      Charles Ray Perkins
      Burial Date: 20 Jun 1941
      Burial Place: Dowagiac
      Death Date: 17 Jun 1941
      Death Place: St. Joseph Co., Michigan
      Age: 39
      Birth Date: 25 Jan 1902
      Birthplace: White Oak, Michigan
      Occupation: Machinist And Press Man
      Race: White
      Marital Status: Married
      Spouse’s Name: Bessie Perkins
      Father’s Name: Oliver Perkins
      Father’s Birthplace: Mich.
      Mother’s Name: Northrup
      Mother’s Birthplace: Dowadiac

      (His wife’s name was Northrup not his mother… I think they got that confused. Also found that he married Bessie Northrup in Dowagiac, Cass County, MI on 17 Apr 1920)

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  4. Can’t wait Darlene!! Looks to be we are cousins then!! Hugz~

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  5. I responded to your friend request, but I mistakenly erased part of your message before i had a chance to read it. I hope the montauk tribe site will be helpful. You can also visit our other 2 sites from there.

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  6. Email from my Aunt Pam on a correction:
    Coni, I was just glancing throu it. page 165 has a typo on one of you comments about a birthdate You said this woman died in 1867 at the age of 96 making her born in 1871 I’m sure you ment 1771. You can’t be born after you died. I’ve do that and have to correct it. LOL To many numbers to fast.
    Note from Coni: I will be correcting this in my book also~

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  7. Arlene Sherwood

     /  April 13, 2011

    This is just great ,Coni…

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  8. Linda Bioski

     /  January 10, 2012

    Coni

    I have more to add my children>addiemae webester great grand children and great great grandchildren.

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  9. Barbara Mills

     /  April 3, 2012

    You have some problems with 3 generations all showing birth at approximatly the same time around 1630 in the line for the Montauketts that makes me question how could Asharoken, the unnamed woman and Shoakecum-Checkacoggin be 3 separate generations? Maybe this is still correct but dates are just wrong in your files? I don’t really know at this point but it deserves a looksee for accuracy’s sake. You have an amazing genealogy collection here. Fantastic work!

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    • The reason for the generation confusion – 2 sisters of Penhawitz are my Ancestors – reason for difference in generations – Many married into the other tribes so reason for generations being 2nd and 3rd or both (very confusing) when the sister’s married one married Mechoswodt and one married Asharoken – Raseokan – cousin were also marrying cousins – just what happens in this type of genealogy – Hope this helps Coni

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      • Barbara Mills

         /  April 3, 2012

        not really – it doeesn’t account for how 3 generations of people are all born in 1630 timeframe in your genealogy. That is the problem I am seeing, not the individuals themselves. You have a date conflict here. Not a people one.

  10. Asharoken, (Was Shoakecum’s Uncle by marriage whom married Penhawitz sister) the unnamed woman (which one Shoakecums wife?) and Shoakecum-Checkacoggin (he was Tackapousha’s son the one Asharoken signed many deeds with) – They were also married at very early ages and you have to keep that in mind. I guess I’m not following where you are going with this – as for dates of births on any of these I have no proof on any unless noted – I have some of the death dates thou are those the dates you are seeing – I’ve went back into my files and deleted all birth dates – which should help with the confusion – really there is no proof so no reason to have dates (was just my notes to look at time frames and such) Coni

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  11. CONI KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK THERE IS ONE WHOLE HELL OF ALOT MORE INFO HERE THAN YOU CAN FIND ON THE INTERNET! I HAVE READ PART OF THIS AND WILL CONTINUE THANK YOU FOR SHAREING THIS HISTORY WITH US ALL RATHER THAN BE LIKE OTHERS WHO HAVE DECIDED TO MAKE MONEY OFF OF THE HISTORY OF OUR ANCESTORS! DONT WORRY ABOUT DATE PROBLEMS HISTORY SEEM TO BE THAT WAY AND NOT PERFECT! NIGHTEAGLE!

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  12. keep up the good work! some people would rather sell our ancestory in books thank you for shareing this with all of us coni!
    nighteagle!

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  13. Earlier I found that Cockenoe and Checkachoggin were 2 different people – and now I believe so is Checkachoggin & Shoakecum and made them that way in my files – with the new info I have been uncovering it is all starting to come together (I have Checkachoggin as father to Shoakecum whom I believe is Great James Chagum’s Father) reason being is the dates and such. (Barbara Mills this might help with some of the date issues you were finding – Have to work it forward step by step – appreciate the heads up believe this will help in some of the confusion)

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  14. Barb Nolan

     /  February 4, 2013

    Hi Connie,

    Just reviewed a lot more of your material. You noted that Dingman was a common connection as well as two other names. When you get a minute, send me a note with a bit of an explanation as to which Dingmans and others are in your tree.

    Barb

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  15. LINDA STURGILL

     /  February 20, 2013

    I HAVE SQUIRE BOONE IN A COUPLE OF MY FAMILY DNA MATCHES WILL HAVE TO COPY THE INFO DOWN FOR YA, ALSO WE HAVE BURDICKS IN OUR LINE TOO SO KEEP THIS LIST AVAILABLE SO I CAN REFERENCE IT .
    LINDA

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  1. My research book is done! « Ever Widening Circle
  2. Have been a busy bee~ « Ever Widening Circle
  3. Just added the Penhawitz Native American Genealogy Book in Research Books Section~ « Ever Widening Circle
  4. Updated my research books~ « Ever Widening Circle
  5. Mongotucksee & Sowheag Native American Genealogy – 236 pgs (7.7 MB) is updated « Ever Widening Circle
  6. Tama-Quawshad I Native American Genealogy Research Book Updated « Ever Widening Circle
  7. Tashtassuck Native American Genealogy Research Book is updated « Ever Widening Circle
  8. Have updated all my research books! « Ever Widening Circle
  9. I have updated and created a Shawgum-Chagum Native American Genealogy Research book | Ever Widening Circle
  10. I have updated 2 Research Books – 4/29/14 | Ever Widening Circle
  11. I have updated all my research books | Ever Widening Circle
  12. Updated research books! | "Ever Widening Circle"
  13. I have FINALLY started on ‘putting’ a book together on the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village…. | "Ever Widening Circle"
  14. I have updated and added new research books! | "Ever Widening Circle"
  15. My research book: James Chagum – Chief of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse is out! | "Ever Widening Circle"

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