Tag: Barkhamsted Lighthouse

Update on what I have been working on…

I am in so many directions & projects right now đź‘€ 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…”

Reuben Barber – American Revolution War Papers

Donated by: Lynn Barber of Bay City Michigan 3rd Cousin 1x removed to Coni Dubois You can view Reuben Barber’s Individual Report Here THESE  pages have been transcribed (See below NEXT 7 pgs) BY Wendy Dishaw   

Pittsfield (Massachusetts) Sun. August 2, 1855

Updated Barkhamsted Lighthouse Research Book – Main Research Book

James Chagum/Shawgum – 241 pgs (11.02 MB) Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village  genealogy Coni’s Main Research Book Last updated 3/31/2015 – To view: Click Here

1850 Hannah Barber Agriculture Census


We are both “…Some in Michigan are Living…”

Hello! I am so very excited to be asked to contribute my family’s story’s & facts.   I have done genealogy since 1991, when my U.S. History teacher gave us an extra credit assignment of finding our ancestors… I believe I’ve always loved learning about my history.  I… Continue Reading “We are both “…Some in Michigan are Living…””

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