Ancestral Lines


These are my ancestral lines in pedigree form.
It is a work of love in progress.  I fix as I find new information.
To view the parts of the pedigree larger, click on the pictures.
My mom and dad with the Hero and me on our wedding day.


This is a link to Langley posts I have done. http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/search?q=Langley
Carrier post. This line needs more attention. http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/2012/02/sentimental-sunday-hero-made-things.html
Glad I looked at this one. I have more to add on the Kemp research.  http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/2010/10/mystery-monday-open-questions-and.html

No posts about this research... my DNA matches are strong on the Rutherford Shelton lines.
For some reason the Gildon Family has fascinated me.
http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/search?q=Gildon
Most of this information has come from a cousin who compiled other's work.
Self / Burleson line has been one that has drawn me to it. Many solid DNA matches on Burlesons
http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/2010/05/tombstone-tuesday-new-cousins-in.html
The Thorn and Hughes family has captured a bit of my attention too.
 http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/search?q=Thorn

Still searching on the distant Whitson ancestors.
http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/search?q=Whitson
Some Magill and Lester DNA matches
http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/search?q=magill
Archibald and Elizabeth William Davidson were easy to find, and one of my early mistakes.  I forgot to write down the source and page of Elizabeth and Archibald's marriage n Pennsylvania.  It was in a Big book with no index.
Several solid DNA matches on this family
A favorite line that is full of history and books. I own a reprint copy of Lemuel Roberts Book.
http://branchingoutthroughtheyears.blogspot.com/search?q=roberts

My grgrandfather and his family were very proud of this lineage, they wrote it all down.
I have the books that have been created from William Bradford's "Of Plymouth Plantation"

This line is also a work in progress.
So far my findings have not supported this family's oral history.