"I'm searching for the parents of John Jones, who was born about 1726 in Hebron, CT, and died 1 April 1821 in Hartford, CT. He married Amy Phelps 24 March 1747 in Hebron, CT, and they had 3 daughters and 5 sons. One possible set of parents are…"
"My husband has used for years a Microsoft application called OneNote. You can create notebooks with tabs organized by sections. You can add multiple pages or subpages to each tab. You can copy/paste text, URLs, graphics, sound, movies. It…"
"Another center for free genealogical internet resources is your public library. In Texas, we have free access to Footnote, Heritage Quest, and Ancestry.com within our libraries. We're also fortunate to have in our city two active genealogy…"
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"My husband has several revolutionary patriot ancestors: Nathaniel Barlow (MA), Thomas Gillet Sr (MA), Thomas Gillet (MA), Phineas Howe (MA), John Haven (MA), Jesse Haven (Hebron, Tolland, CT), and John Jones (CT) served in Delaware.
His family tree…"
"There is an excellent article by Dick Eastman that includes the basics on researching your Revolutionary War ancestors. It includes a link to the free SAR online database: http://www.rsar.org/rosters/findpatr.htm.
The article is at…"