I like the map idea. i think i will do that too. thank you!
Becky, where in Massachusetts and Vermont? Anything I can help with?
Oh, that's so interesting! My ancestral map would be so boring. I still live within an hour's drive or so of where everyone arrived before 1650. I think it's very cool how your family went in a straight line westward!
That looks like a straight path west. Really straight.
You have been awarded "One Lovely Blog " award. You can collect it on my blog, They came in Ships, on the Finding my Irish Roots blog, at the bottom of the blog.
Thanks for this map link. Saw it listed on the latest Geneamusing.com web site with credit to you. I've already used the map and also noticed the many other graphics-like utilities there are on the Bighugelabs.com web site. Let me return the favor with an ani-map web site I use a lot to figure out when cities and counties were formed in history. I am not connected with them. http://www.familyhistory101.com/maps.html#county.Bill George (http://www.billgeorge.com)
Hi Becky! You certainly have some great stuff. I sent you an email 3/12 regarding some Carothers info. Wondering if you got it?Thanks!Tom Millertomiswho@att.nethttp://ftp.pwp.att.net/t/o/tomiswho
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