I spend part of my mornings in Ontario thanks to Rogers news radio, on the simple Radio app. I had to have my friend Ian Hadden explain what "collectors" are. Question: will your certification come from the…"
"Good luck, CJ!
Assuming you will be do genealogical searches for people in Ontario and other provinces, once you are certified.
Please keep my email on file because my trips to Toronto, for some reason, have come to a halt and I now have Maritime…"
"May I ask: any intersection with EASTERDAY (Ostertag) families? Many of those families lived near Stuttgart. There are supposedly 12 migrations: mine in 1828
- Al (Microfish7@aol.com) NOT IN FACEBOOK, so thank you for your…"
"I am enjoying reading your FASTOLF paper. May I ask if you are writing a book on the JENNEY family? I hope you are staying safe in these terrible times.
Al Dawson, Iowa City, Iowa - MA, Victorian History, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1973"
"Thanks for your kind thoughts. I am staying home and safe for Covid19 and hope you and your family are, too.
I am, sadly, not a descendant of the Mayflower Hopkins. My Hopkins are more recent immigrants.
I do have other early colonial…"
"Boat from New Brunswick to NYC. Mrs Dawson was a STEEVES. Thomas Jr later married
a WOLVERTON - Eliza - from NJ
Thomas Dawson Jr
12 Jun 1826
New York, New York
Thomas (age 12) accompanied by father,…"
Doing my best, Al. Social worker at a children's hospital so kind of on the front line. Have done screening at the front door, put down x's every six feet (front entrance, parking and within the Resource Centre where I work), and other "duties as assigned". Expect to be seconded or deployed elsewhere next week as our staffing will rise a bit.
Hello Mr Dawson, it has been yrs I think I chatted with you about my Cox family. I am intrested in sharing information with you if you are still on this site, please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I get the messages faster there than on this site
That's where the Wares lived for a couple of generations! Lucy married Edmund Joseph Ware about 1901, and her dad helped him build a corner store across the Don River when the Danforth first opened up. I'm descended from their son, and have seen the store.