This post is a bit more upbeat then my last. Today’s deed shows the Kanistanaux family was able to repurchase a portion of their original lot in Stockton.
Unfortunately, the images for these documents are huge so I will not be following my usual pattern of providing copies of the documents here with the post. The images are all found on the free familysearch website, so I will provide links directly to their images for anyone interested in seeing the actual documents.
Categories: Analysis, Documentation, Family-Kanistanaux
Tags: chains, chautauqua county, company survey, county rd, deed index, familysearch, grantee, grantor, holland land company, index page, munger, old plank road
This post will cover the possibility of a prior wife for Edward Jr., named Rebecca Jamison along with two possible sons born to this couple.
Categories: Analysis, Documentation, Edward Marden, Jr., Family-Marden, Review
Tags: ashline, belding, birth record, familysearch, genealogy, hambleton, lisbon nh, lyman, manuscript history, marriage record, phineas, rebecca jamison
Today I will review what I discovered in my online search for additional information. I revisited all the original sites, since there have been some updates to databases that may relate to the family. I also explored some new research possibilities.
Categories: Family-Marden, Resources-Internet, Resources-Other, Review
Tags: 19th century, craftsbury, databases, edson, familysearch, footnote, lydia, marden, mardin, new hampshire, newspapers