"Not sure I can help too much with where Vincent went AFTER being in Fall River, but I can provide information on his arrival from England and a little bit on his parents:
1930 US Census for Fall River, Bristol County, Massachusetts:(on what…"
This group is for genealogists who are researching their roots in the state of New Hampshire. Hopefully we can address as a group the problems that can be encountered when researching in New Hampshire.
Recently broke down a brick wall on my Kimball line, showing an Asa Kimball who married Meriam (Maria) Meacham in 1810 (she was b. 1794). She was a daughter of Samuel Meacham. She had a most difficult life, as noted in the Canaan, NH history. In about 1837, Asa left her with some young children, and she could not support the family, so sent the younger children to the Enfield Shaker Colony. She finally divorced Asa some time around 1842, and he later married a widow Collins in Grafton Co, NH. …See More
Handspicker, Handspiker, Hanselpacker, Hanselbecker, West, Donnelly, Fritz, Gallagher, Purdy, Chamberlin, Brook, Vantassel, Hamm, Peck, Thompson, Devine, and many others.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
USA, Canada, Ireland, Germany, and England, mostly
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
New England and Maritime Canada research.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I was 12, and had to do a pedigree chart for school. Been hooked ever since. Put my various trees online for the first time back in 1997, and have since managed to "grow the trees" to over 40,000 individuals.