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Trudy Doolittle
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  • Moses Lake, WA
  • United States
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Doolittle, Gary, Kenyon, Gladfelter, Newman, Horn
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Norway, England, United States
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Member of Daughters of the American Revolution

Trudy Doolittle's Blog

Online Genealogy

I found some great software used to set up a genealogy website. It's pretty easy to use (at least for me). I've seen what other people have done and haven't been too impressed. This one has great functionality. I've put two trees out there, one on my mother's side and one on my father's side. Right now I'm letting anyone search it. Hopefully someone will contact me who's seen it. It does have higher security that you can control.



It's called The Next Generation. So if you'd like, go… Continue

Posted on August 18, 2009 at 10:58pm — 5 Comments

Making the story real

So I am now working on background of the era. I bought a book that covered the battle of the Revolutionary War and found that my Patriot fought in three of the early battle so I have information there. I also found a Diary of the private that was inlisted the same time as my Patriot, so that can make the things more real as well. The next thing I looked at is having a baby in the 1700's. Not sure if I will use that here. I need also to find out about the towns of that era, Taunton, Lebanon, and… Continue

Posted on August 9, 2009 at 6:52pm

Enos (Eneas) Gary - Revolutionary Patriot

The following is the potential start for Enos Gary's story. 1757-1844. He served as a soldier during the Revolutionary War and was the first settler of Rushford NY. I have found the Declaration he made when he filed for pension and there is a book denoting the centennial of Rushford that has a chapter about him. From this I've decided to write his story.



Here is the opening:



June 7, 1832, Congress passed the last and most liberal of the service –pension acts benefiting… Continue

Posted on August 1, 2009 at 11:20am — 4 Comments

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At 7:08am on August 31, 2009, William Douglas said…
You may be new with your TNG site - but you are certainly busy here! It is all good stuff,

William
At 12:07pm on July 17, 2009, Deborah Ann (Dorscher) Anderson said…
I found it Trudy and I deleted my Doolittle. Thanks again

Debby
At 12:04pm on July 17, 2009, Deborah Ann (Dorscher) Anderson said…
It might take alittle bit, I am not showing another Doolittle on the groups. What did you call the group?
At 12:02pm on July 17, 2009, Deborah Ann (Dorscher) Anderson said…
Thank you, I will delete my Doolittle and add to yours.

Debby
At 1:08am on July 17, 2009, Sandy said…
Thank you Trudy. I am also a veteran from the Vietnam era. This began as a challenge to me to see if I could prove lineage. It has developed into where all my family look to me for family history. My birth certificate would be in question as it does not give my parents names only my name and date of birth. However I do have my moms obit and my baby book.

I see what you are saying on fees which isnt as bad as I thought. Being several generations removed I had heard a $100 per generation which would be over $700.00 too much for my social security disabilty. Although I have one very direct line to which census records take me back along with my mothers birth certificate I dont know if there has been anyone joining under his name, he did not recieve a pension nor land grant do I would depend on history books for my prove of which I do have a copy.

I know we have a chapter here in town that mets at the country club however I do not have their schedule. I will have to do more checking into it. I am not from the state I reside in, nor does my children or grandchidren know anything about my family. This I would like to leave for them. I have two lines for certain and three more that I havent gotten vertified.

Thank you again
 
 
 

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