"I have a brick wall on Mahala Batchelder. She was born 1800? (or 1806) in New Hampshire? and was the second wife of John Hanson born 1796 in New Hampshire. They had 13 children. The story is that Hanson was married first to…"
"My great great grandfather came home in 1863 from a 4 year whaling journey, got married and turned around and signed up with the Vermont Infantry as a substitute. After a year in the infantry he was transferred to a ship with the West Blockading…"
Discussions on getting the most out of the internet for quality genealogical research - search engines, what's new, where to find great resources - your favorite tips and any great treasures you'd like to share
This group was created for anyone who would like to add a link , or a tip for anything to do with genealogy. I really would like to get as many free tips , or sites as we could. However, I know there are some great pay sites out there for research.
"I have a letter my grandmother wrote in 1917. It has an address on it, Camp Hollister at the Rilleo, but no town. Does anyone have any suggestions of where I could search to find where the camp was. It sounds like a girls wilderness camp. My…"
"Here is a passage from a book I read about the capture of Elizabeth Hanson. Indian New England Before the Mayflower Howard S. Russell University Press of New England Hanover New Hampshire and London England 1980 by Trustees of Dartmouth…"
Yes, Lucy's marriage is how the Bloods connect up with my family tree. I have found some online assertions that Olive was Lucy's mother, but I haven't found any documents proving it yet. Did you find the info on a tree or some other way?