Genealogical research and scrapbooking have both become popular pastimes.By combining the two of them you can create a lasting record of your family history and that of your children and grandchildren.See More
"I am new to this site. My Dutch ancestors include the surnames of Bosch, Wyncoop, Osterhout, Van Wagenen, and I am not sure if Misner is Dutch or not??? They were all in early New Amsterdam (New York)"
"Anyone researching the Beck surname that started in PA then to VA, NC, SC, and GA before spreading across the USA should see the book compiled by Susan Lewis Koyle and Patricia Lewis Cramer. It is well documented and a copy most likely resides…"
"I am very much a newcomer to this site. I have family names that I have traced to L'Acadie, and Quebec. They include Godin(which became Gordon in Wisconsin), DuPuis-DuPres, Moquin, Breau-Brault-Brau-Breaux, Marcoux, Clouatre,…"
All French-Canadians are related as they are descended from about 2.500 people. They also have some of the best kept records in the world. Please feel free to post queries, events, pictures, tell stories, etc.