So here I am at the end of the project (well, genealogy projects never truly end ;)) and I still have this Million Dollar question staring me in the face. The short answer is —
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I have prepared a map of all the locations mentioned for Junior so far in my research.
It is now time to move my research on to the next generation. However, before doing so, I will make two final posts for senior – this one to summarize by findings to date and a second to show where additional research could be focused.
I believe it is time to review all I have discovered about Edward before moving on to Edward Jr. First I will revise my timeline for him, then in my next post I will revise his map.
I asked myself, just what was Whitcomb’s Rangers all about? What did they do, where were they headquartered, and what campaigns did they participate in?
Why should it matter in a genealogy project?
Understanding the local town histories is very important, but the information will have much greater value if it is placed in the context of regional history.
Since the towns involved so far all seem to be clustered in the same general region, now seems like a good time to review the regional history of the upper Connecticut River.
In this post I want to explore the places where I have found Edward. Where are they in relationship to each other? I will also be looking into the history of these locations as they might relate to Edward. Google Maps will help me share this with my readers. Today’s technology is just so cool!