Ron Carlton's Home Page - The Duguid Clan

Click on the home page logo and my great-grandmothers picture for more detailed information.

This page is dedicated to my great-grandmother Bertha Alice Wells Duguid (1881-1969) who did much of the research on my ancestors and who wrote a wonderful autobiography.

Bertha Alice Wells Duguid

Bertha Alice Wells Duguid (1881-1969)

 

 The Duguid families have roots in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, intermarrying with the Forbes, Ross, and Leslie families. Follow this link to a possible connection: "The Baron's of Balquhain and Auchinhove."

Genealogy

Links to assist in researching the Carlton surname:

Links to assist in researching the Greenleaf surname:

Links to assist in researching the Kimball surname:

 


The WorldConnect Project provides a nice way to view data. I have uploaded my GEDCOM to this site. Because of its ease of use I suspect these pages will be updated often (last update January 2007).

Here is a descendancy chart and a biography of John Carleton, one of the early settlers of Haverhill, Massachusetts. 

I have added  a descendancy chart for Tristram Coffin, an early settler of Haverhill.

Edward Carlton and his wife Ellen Newton have roots from English Royalty. Click here for a more complete story. This link consists of a Reverse Register report starting with their son John and going through 21 generations.

Here are some links to two Carlton families that resided in Tolland, Tolland County, Connecticut

John Carlton
Richard Carlton

Birth records for Carl(e)ton's in New Hampshire. Alternative site for records.

I have added photo's  of Carl(e)ton gravestones in the Old Burying ground, Bradford, Massachusetts.

Other families that I have come across in my family tree:

Bussard, Coffin, Collins, Corliss, Culter, Day, Dellamater, Foote, Geedy, Gooking, Haseltine, Hutchins, Jewett, Jocelyn, Joslin, Josselyn, Kimball, Loomis, Merrill, Scott, Spofford, Stewart, Walter, Webster.........

Click here for a more complete index of surnames.

Some useful genealogy links:

Here are some links to Genealogy computer programs.

 

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This page was last updated 20 January 2007

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