I need to review what I have already learned before I can decide on a plan of action for further research.
At the beginning of this project I found 3 published works that addressed the Marden family, as well as census records, and later I uncovered some Grafton County deeds. I will review what I learned from the published genealogies about Edward Jr. in this post. Part two will discuss the specific sources within the Annis Genealogy with an analysis of the reliability of those sources.
Categories: Family-Marden, Review
Tags: basket maker, census records, chapin, county deeds, craftsbury vt, david annis, elizabeth hunt, elizabeth jane, freeman, genealogies, genealogy, grafton county, hannah, lyman nh, rebecca
I recently acquired 11 deeds from Grafton County, New Hampshire concerning Edward Marden Sr & Jr. Many thanks to my new friends at genealogyfreelancers.com and Tricia Thompson, CG, the Genealogist I hired to retrieved the deeds. It was a very smooth experience.
K’chi Wliwni Nidobak – Great Thanks My Friends!
I am so excited by the events of the past week. I have been hearing from descendants of Edward. They are contributing information and funding. This past week I received a $25.00 donation from each of 3 different descendants. As promised, all proceeds of this blog will be used to pay for retrieving documents to assist in the project.
Categories: Documentation, Family-Marden, Miscellaneous, Resources-Internet, Tutorials-Tips
Tags: concord, county deeds, descendant, descendants, family group sheets, family history project, grafton county, lisbon, lyman, origins, pension records, researcher, retrieving documents