Site hosted by Angelfire.com: Build your free website today!



Updates:




    We were notified March 8, 2011 of the sad news that Mr. Edward Endicott's wife, Karlene Joy (Sinksen)Endicott, passed away on January 03, 2011.


    In Memory Of:

    Karlene Joy (Sinksen) Endicott

    (Passed away January 03, 2011)



    Photo of Mr. Charles Endicott (born in Indiana) taken around 1900 in Los Angeles. Submitted by Mr. William Bergmann


    J.D. Endicott passed on this link:
    Movie from The Washington Post of the Northern Lights in Alaska, with views as seen from the Endicott Mountains



    Mr. Edward L. Endicott of Greenwood, California Passes Away


    We were notified by J.D. Endicott that Mr. Edward L. Endicott of Greenwood, California has passed away. Edward was a wonderful personality and ardent family historian, without whom this webpage would not have been possible.

    For years, Mr. Endicott researched his family lineage and was always kind enough to share the information that he had found. In fact, there are many photos from his research trips on our website. He had traced his lineage from the founding fathers to his own family and enjoyed relating accounts of his childhood in Oklahoma and young adulthood. Not a letter was exchanged between us without a mention of his wife, now adult children and grandchildren, who Edward loved so dearly. Edward truly understood the meaning of family and the value of hard work. A couple of years ago Edward wrote an autobiography of sorts in the form of a letter to us, please read his words here.

    He will be missed not only for his contribution to the Endicott family heritage but also for his sharp wit and humor. Edward was not a person to mince words or confuse meaning and you always knew where you stood in his eyes.

    Thank you, Edward, for your contribution to our genealogy. You will be missed.

    Read Edward's Obituary here

    In Memory Of:

    Edward Lee Endicott

    (September 20, 1933-June 14, 2006)


    Sign our Guestbook!
    Read our Guestbook!

    Join Endicott-L Mailing List | Mailing List Archives | Endicott Researchers | More Information | Sign/View Guestbook | Governor John Endicott's Portrait | The Endicott Coat of Arms | Our Ancestors in the Military | Biography of Edward Lee Endicott | Send us your Contributions | Our Contribution Policy


    powered by FreeFind






    Welcome family and friends to the Endicott webpage! Sit back and stay awhile, you will probably find some interesting information.

    From the very first of our Endicott ancestors, they have left us a rich history and lineage to be proud of. This webpage is for all of their descendants. THANK YOU to our cousins for their time and efforts!

    If you have any questions please click here and write to the genealogists listed on this page, they have done extensive research on the Endicott surname and have generously shared their time and efforts.

    Would you like to be notified when this website is updated? Please write to: EndicottSite@yahoo.com


    The Song currently playing is "My Old Kentucky Home"
    Many thanks to The Civil War Midi Page





    FastCounter by bCentral


    Page created in 1999 by Gail & Rebecca Shulmire

    All content, unless otherwise stated is copyright since 1999 and will continue throughout the duration of this webpage.

    The Endicott Genealogy Webpage

    All rights reserved. No reproduction without written permission.