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Up and running full force

My new website New England Roots is up and running.

I have posted both my Maternal and Paternal surnames. all my Where in the State is Mom town trivia, and slideshows have been transferred to the site.

I will make every effort to post to the Blog at least weekly. You know that I'm an inconsistent blogger. I will try to do better.

Check out my site. All feedback is welcome.

http://newenglandroots.weebly.com/ancestors.html
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Very nice, Jane!  I have some New Hampshire connections in my husband's tree, I think, but they are far enough back that I haven't explored those lines yet. (I need to do more work in Vermont as well.)  I look forward to reading more about your family, whenever the posts are ready. :)
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The Daggett Family Sag continues...

Final pieces are coming together that helps me strongly believe I have found the parents of Ebenezer Daggett. 

"A history of of the Doggett-Dagget Family... and History of Saco and Biddeford, Maine with notices of other early settlements, ..." both provide strong clues. I still have not found a birth record of Ebenezer. 

The History of Sutton, Massachusetts also strongly links that my Ebenezer Daggett is the brother of Samuel, both married Sibley;s and a sister of Samuel also married a Sibley. 

I have found children of Ebenezer, Samuel and  also Samuel's birth showing widow Rebekah as his mother. William, his father died in Jan 1695, Samuel was born Aug 1695. 

I believe that it is possible that William & Rebekah Wormstall Daggett are the parents of my Ebenezer Daggett and Samuel Daggett, that resided in Sutton, Massachusetts. 

Another generation found. Now proving William Daggett's parentage will be more of a challenge than the one for Ebenezer, I think. 

More reading and researching is in my future. 
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Good-bye "Where in the State is Mom." I will miss you. Hello New England Roots. We will grow together in our twilight years.

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I am in the process of transferring  my "Where in the State is Mom" Comcast Personal Web Page to here. Comcast will be closing all personal web pages by 8 Oct 2015. "Where in the State is Mom" title...
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Here is a snippet I captured on Family Search BYU Relative Finder. Research is a definite MUST. I question how William Carr born 1648 can have a son, Benjamin born 1592. 
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Memories and a small post card can bring happiness, joy and sometimes tears to your eyes. Check out my post about today's genealogy tidbit June Butka's Genealogy photos on Facebook. 

Don't forget to record those memories.

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I hope you enjoy these photographs of my travels in New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts
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Civil War & Those Names Blogpost

What a great find. Over 400 surnames of people who served during the Civil War.
This page is to help you in your hunt for your ancestor. When hunting for a ancestor it is helpful if one knows when he was bore and where, this page will help. Even though this information is only one line you well learn a l...
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Friends, family and ancestors came together on my recent visit to the New England Telephone Museum. 
My Unexpected Repository find.

Memories came flooding back for my friends as they looked around the museum. I learned many new thing about they past and about mine.

I found ancestors I didn't expect to find. I will go back at my leisure to review those clues.

My latest blog post is about keeping an open mind when traveling around around. You never know when you find an unexpected repository of information about your ancestors.
http://newenglandroots.weebly.com/telephone-museum-an-unexpected-repository
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One of my great-aunts was an early telephone operator.  Being able to go to a museum like this would be a tremendous opportunity to learn more about what she might have done.
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Wonderful Volunteer Project at the First Parish Burying Ground, Newbury MA

Thank you to the great volunteers who have been working at restoring the First Parish Burying Ground, Newbury MA. Now they are beginning to photograph the grave stones.
I see at least two of my ancestors stones and I didn't get past two of the photographs they posted.
I can't wait to see the other names.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/First-Parish-Burying-Ground-Newbury-MA/458797507631149
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New Hampshire History and Photos.
Here is a great interactive site to read about Historical New Hampshire. You can even add your own favorites. I was going to add Castle in the Clouds photo below. They have a nicer one already there.
Come tour New Hampshire with me at http://nhdhr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Viewer/index.html?appid=539d068631644a47aea42fb61b718237
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+D. B. It is one of my favorites. Enjoy.
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Here is an unknown male Nelson born in Dover, New Hampshire to Louis Nelson and Mary Anderson on 14 Oct __. I found this on Ancestry. I hope this helps someone find their ancestor. 
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Stearns Family History Research on the following Surnames for the first five generations

Chase
Fletcher
Nelson
Stearns
Emerson
Hastings
Babb
Colby
Martin
Marshall
Knowlton
Teal
Powers
Collins
Drowns/Downs
Hutchins
Pease
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Watson
Johnston
Abbee
Duncan
Williams
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Most of my ancestors were from the six New England states; New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut and Rhode Island. 
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