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Jeanne's World of Family

Welcome to my world of family research. I am very glad you stopped by. Feel free to look around to see if we have any family in common. You are more than welcome to download or copy any photos and/or documents found on this site. If you should find a connection or a correction I would love to hear from you. This site is still under construction,  so please stop by often, as I will be adding new family lines and my collections of photo's and documents for all to share. If you would like to add a link on the "Links, Look-ups, and Resources" page, just email me your URL and I would be happy to add a link to your site as soon as possible. Please feel free to sign my guest book and thanks again for stepping into my world.

Happy Hunting,

Jeanne

 

Acknowledgements Birth/Death Certificates  Church Records Palmer Photo Index 
Land Records Links, Look-ups & Resources

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The Palmer Saga 
The Saga Continues Tombstones Unidentified Photos Wills/Probates

All of the people on this site are directly related to one of my ancestors. I have not followed any of the "in-law" lines other than the parents of the person marrying into the family. Since beginning my research I have noticed that most researchers follow mainly the male lines of a family. I have made every effort to follow the female lines as well as the male.

Main surnames on these pages are Bristol, Clark(e), Doane, Davidson, Hain(e)s / Haynes, Osgood, Palmer, and Park(e). However, there are hundreds of surnames association with these lines and I will be adding additional family lines as I get them finished.

 

The geographic area of the information contained on this site encompasses most of the United States and Canada. With a very heavy emphasis on New England, New York, and New Brunswick, Canada

The date range of the information contained on this site ranges from the early 1620's to the 1930's. (Living individuals have been omitted for privacy.) Many of the family lines have been traced back to the Massachusetts colonies of Plymouth and Rowley, and the Connecticut colonies of Lebanon, Hartford, and New Haven. Most of the ancestry here came from England.

 

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