Hi Betty. Just a comment. Newfoundland is in Canada ever since 1949 so if your searching records after 49 you should look for Canadian records. Are you researching Snow in Canada?? I do have some info on the Snow's from Nova Scotia. I am stuck trying to find my great grandfather Henry Snow born about 1796, location is unknown.Good hunting.
I think we share a few similar research areas. I noticed your comment to Craig regarding the Home family. I think I belong to that family as well. I have traced my Sparks family to George Hume who came to Virginia in the 1760s. I would to find out if you have any additional information on this family.
I really got into genealogy through trying to trace a family that had lived on a particular island on the west coast of Canada. I discovered how much fun it was to associate them with the site and to find their history as well.
I am an architectural historian by trade but transfer my research skills to genealogy and have fun doing it.
Betty, thanks for the idea but yes I tried that...Andrew named his sons:
Charles, William, John, Sarah, Elizabeth, Hannah. Charles named his twins Andrew and Abraham, James, Elnathan, Sarah and Elizabeth. William names his sons Joseph, Charles, William, Thomas, Joseph, Samuel, Abel, Beulah, Anne, Anna, Eunice, Abigail; and John named his children Parthenia, Josiah, John, Ashbel, Ephriam, Stephen, Mathew, Isaac, Mary, Mathew, Isaac, Parthenia, and Benjamin...etc...So I am lost with a pattern..no matter how I tried...But thanks for thinking of it!
Wow Thank you so much Betty. How on earth did you find them so quickly? I have found out so much today. I have only been a member for a day.I have an attachment to the Robertson Clan it seems. Thank you again. If I can be of any help to you just let me know.