My family has 7700 names - Boyce DuBois Packard Singman Kennison Holbrook Mangold Warner Gilbert Martin Stanford Bell Gould Cushman Whipple De Lessard Farnsworth Nelson Paré Perry Streeter Perkins Gagnon Cowles Pierce Ruggles Wheeler Adams Wilcox Mason
My Family Pages + Favorite Links
- The Perry- Bell- Rosenberg Family Home Page+ PHOTOS
- The Packard, Perry, Paré, Stanford, Streeter, Warner, Cushman Line
- The Bell, DuBois, Fanning, Farnsworth, Gilbert, Kennison, Kingsbury Line
- Surnames from the previous two lines (350)
- The Rosenberg, Mangold, Lloyd, Singman Line
* World Connect - see who else has your line
Social Security Death Index--enter little info-LAST name +B/D YEAR only
New England- Lotsa info -huge--Ray Brown's Place
Really Easy - Free HOME PAGES--- no HTML necessary- honestly
Mayflower Web Pages - anything you ever wanted to know
Hartford CT Library- New England Genealogy
* Sam Casey's Genealogy -Very Interesting pages + New England info
John NELSON & Harriet CUSHMAN Nelson had 7 children - Hannah, Eunice, Moses, William, Harriet, Laura, Rosanna in Leyden, Franklin County, Mass. They also lived in Bernardston Mass where some of their descendants live today. Their daughter Eunice Nelson STREETER was my great great grandmother. More photos on my Home Page link above
My pages show direct line ancestors only - some going back to 1400's. Email me for the other brothers/sisters etc.
Some of my 2400 surnames are listed on My Perry-Bell-Rosenberg Family Home Page. These include the Revolutionary Soldiers and Mayflower Passengers as well as many other Surnames on all lines.
Check out the pages on the LINKS above. I am happy to share information.
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I love to know who's stopping by.
The World Connect database is the same as Ancestry.com's Ancestry's World Tree with millions of names including the submitter and children/ancestors of that person. Definitely a first stop to see who has already posted your ancestors
The SSDI -Social Security Death Index - is a great resource for birth and death of those who died after 1950 and quite up to date. If you put the last name and state you'll get a list of all who died or received SS card from that state and may find some new names. Or list surname and years only so that different spellings of the first name will show up.