3 more sites - genealogy.com - ancestry.com - rootsweb.com - all have sections where you can browse through informative 'articles', tips, etc., probably in their 'Library' section. Articles will be Archived there to browse through. Those 3 sites, plus 3 more - USGenWeb.com - familytreemaker.com - familysearch.org (the LDS site) ... you'll find will probably quickly become your old stand-by's for so many genealogical resources. There's so many areas you can expand on later, i.e. message boards & more. ..... do you have a genealogy software program on your computer? That will help immensely, but is certainly not required, LOL. ... hope these things can help get ya started. ANYTIME you have questions, pop back here and ask, OK? Most people visiting here will do their best to answer, if they can. We're all at different levels of experience/knowledge, but all pitch in wherever we can... TTYS!
rats, Pat! you got RICHARDSON too? there were some on some/all those CALEDONIA CO., VT bus. dir. pgs, if you want to check them. ...... So many of the 'common' names were there, which I didn't bother to post, like SMITH/ HILL/ HALL/ JONES/ etc.... but there were also a lot of COOK names too.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~vermont/BusinessDirectorySuttonCaledonia.html ~ SUTTON – CALEDONIA COUNTY (Vermont) 1887 – 1888 BUSINESS DIRECTORY ~ some familiar surnames here, anyone looking for these individuals?................ Includes, among others ... ABBOTT .. ALDRICH, Caleb .. CAMPBELL .. CHAPMAN .. CHAPPEL .. CHENEY .. CLARK .. COOK .. EASTMAN .. EASTERBROOKS .. EATON .. OLCOTT .. ORCOTT .. PECK .. RICE .. RICHARDSON .. STODDARD .. TAFT .. WATSON .. WEBSTER .. WENTWORTH .. WETHERBEE .. several WHIPPLE
Good morning list: As many times as I have been on the list and read the posts, dummy here, never thought to mention the names of some of the people in my data base. If anyone is looking for Josselyn/Jocelyn/Joslin and most of the other varients, Cleland, Buell, Castle, Warren, Shattuck, Howland, Alden, and Sprague I am willing to help where I can.
My family tree is a few branches short! All help appreciated
Kim Komando has come up with a nice linkage page for genealogy. http://www.komando.com/kool_show.asp?showID=4370200
My family tree is a walnut and it seems to put out a good crop every year :}
I goofed on URL for USGenWeb. (it's not .com) - Should be http://www.usgenweb.org/
Thanks for the help. If I have any questions, I'll be sure to ask.
Jonny, this site I gave you in one of my previous posts to you hs many possible leads. Look hem over, copy what you think may be your people for future use. Good Luck. Howard (http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?forum=powell&url=%2Fpowell%2F&path=%2Fpowell%2F&terms=Alfred&boolean=AND)
hi everyone. Easter Bunny comin' tonight LOL. baking 2 doz muffins, last batch ready to come out in a few..... Johnny, even though this might LOOK like a message board, LOL, it is a chatroom. So you pop back as often as you want, just to chat (if you can find anyone here at same time/that's the only problem). Don't forget to check Archive link above in blue-underline and hang around if ya want, see what others post & just jump in!... oh ya, Harry posts here quite often, lives in NJ, likes to help w/ NJ stuff sometimes so say Hi to Harry, LOL.... Howard, bet you're gonna have a stash of candy REAL soon, huh?
http://www.archives.gov/research_room/genealogy/census/city_directories_1930.html ~~~~~~~~~~~~ CIRCA 1930 CITY DIRECTORIES AVAILABLE at NARA (US National Archives and Records Administration). Listing of microfilmed city directories available at the National Archives.
9 mins. till midnight... HAPPY EASTER to all! God bless us, everyone.
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