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Jenny Lanctot
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Jenny Lanctot joined Brian Zalewski's group
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Wisconsin Genealogy

Info and tips on research in Wisconsin, USA
Oct 19, 2011
Jenny Lanctot updated their profile
May 30, 2011
Jenny Lanctot joined Miriam Robbins Midkiff's group
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RootsMagic Fans

For those who use--or are interested in using--any version of RootsMagic genealogy software
May 30, 2011
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Sep 13, 2009
Carolyn Dunlap Franklin left a comment for Jenny Lanctot
"Jennifer you can find my German line here, http://gcchat1.blogspot.com/ Then at the bottom of the page you can click on Johann Ludwig Haas by Carsten Schermuly. Carsten is a German friend who translated the documents that I sent to him. Carolyn"
Aug 24, 2009
Jenny Lanctot commented on B Asif's group Huber Surname
"My earliest is Michael Huber (c. 1815 - ?) from Bayern, Germany; married to Anna Lingartner, also from Bayern. They had two children, Frank (1835 - ?) and Peter (1837-1905). They arrived in America between 1837 and 1865. Peter married in Wisconsin.…"
Jul 12, 2009
Jenny Lanctot commented on Paula Hinkel's group The Funniest Name in My Family Tree
"The funniest name in my family tree is a great granduncle named Richard Tester. He always went by a nickname though ... you do the math. :)"
Jul 11, 2009
Jenny Lanctot left a comment for Carolyn Dunlap Franklin
"I saw your post in the Germany group. I also have some Wagners from Baden/Bavaria and some Schneiders from France, both ending up in the midwest (Iowa and South Dakota). Let me know if any of this sounds like we may have something in common. I…"
Jul 11, 2009
Jenny Lanctot joined B Asif's group
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Huber Surname

What Branch of the Huber family are you researching? Please open a new Discussion for your Branch.See More
Jul 11, 2009
Jenny Lanctot joined Anna writes The French Gen. Blog's group
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France and French Genealogy

This group is for anyone interested in genealogical research in France.
Jul 11, 2009
Jenny Lanctot joined DearMYRTLE's group
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Second Life Genealogists

A group of genealogists who enjoy getting together in Second Life for real-time online discussions.
Jul 11, 2009
Jenny Lanctot joined Frankie McGraw-Nicol's group
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Canadian Genealogy

Dedicated to helping people research their ancestors in Canada. Do you have an area of expertise in Canadian genealogy? Maybe you could offer tips and suggestions to those just starting out.See More
Jul 11, 2009
Jenny Lanctot joined Debbie Anne Jackson's group
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Germany and German Ancestry

This group was created for anyone interested in researching German Ancestry.
Jul 11, 2009
Jenny Lanctot joined Debbie Anne Jackson's group
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Ireland and Irish Ancestry

This group is for anyone interested in Irish Ancestry.
Jul 11, 2009
Jenny Lanctot is now a member of Genealogy Wise
Jul 11, 2009

Profile Information

What surnames are you interested in researching?
Lanctot, Crow(e), Schneider, Huber, Slowey, Gray
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
US, Canada, Germany, Ireland, France
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
My grandfather started the research looking for his birth parents and I became interested in genealogy.
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://www.jenny-ology.com

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At 7:17pm on August 24, 2009, Carolyn Dunlap Franklin said…
Jennifer you can find my German line here, http://gcchat1.blogspot.com/

Then at the bottom of the page you can click on
Johann Ludwig Haas by Carsten Schermuly. Carsten is a German friend who translated the documents that I sent to him.

Carolyn
 
 
 

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