Pedigree Charts

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What? Mom and Dad are related?

One of the more interesting aspects of genealogy is finding unexpected connections. I’ve written about this a number of times over the past year because for me it’s never boring. Cousins abound everywhere. They hide beneath every nook and cranny and around every corner. They sit there, patiently, waiting to be found. When I do find them, I’m … Continue reading

Descendant of Edward Bangs, Pilgrim

Many of us wish we had ancestors that came to America aboard the Mayflower in 1620. Despite my best attempts, I’ve yet to find any connection to that famous voyage. Nevertheless, I am proud to say that I’m a descendant of Edward Bangs, the English shipbuilder who arrived in 1623 aboard the Anne. He was … Continue reading

Descendant of James Cole, Plymouth

I consider one of my biggest achievements researching my own family was establishing the Cole lineage. My greatest challenge was discovering my great grandfather’s parent’s names. While I suspected I had the connection, the problem was dates. According to Ernest Byron Cole’s 1908 book Cole, The descendants of James Cole of Plymouth 1633 : also a … Continue reading

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