Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve found, such as new blogs, interesting posts/articles, useful websites and resources, and of course upcoming webinars.
Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve found.
Since my Connecticut family from last week’s post also happens to have ties to Massachusetts, I guess I’ll continue on with more of the story of Gov. John Webster.
Even though Gov. John Webster spent most of his New England life in Connecticut, he actually started and ended his journey in Massachusetts. Many of the derivative sources out there about the Governor or the places he lived, state that he originally settled in Newtown (now Cambridge) or Watertown, sometime between 1630 and 1634.
In September, I wrote about my Link Collection to Various Genealogy & History Resources Online. This collection is my Diigo bookmark library targeted at genealogy. I created a list for each state, as well as a few countries and various topics. There is also a list for general genealogy resources. Over the next week or so, I will highlight some of these lists.
Colonial America Genealogy
These are a few of resources I find helpful for genealogy research in Colonial America.
These two CDVs hail from Boston, Massachusetts. They look like they were taken at the same time, and since Reynolds (albeit with questions marks) is found on both, it is quite possible they are sister and brother.
Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve learned or found.