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I have been tracing my family's ancestry since 1980. The software that I used to build the database has gone out of business, so I have converted to another. Now it is my job to add all my sources and flesh it out once again. So, this is incomplete, but working towards completion. If you have questions, or corrections, please e-mail me using the link below, and I shall try to respond. Corrections are always gratefully accepted. Please note that that I do not have any information that is not listed here save for that of living people.

I have tried to make the locations as accurate as possible. In some cases, I have opted to use the modern name for clarity for non-researchers.

Current Status of the Full Reviews at the end of November 2020: 3.97% Completed

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Date Abbreviations:

  • Abt - About - The same as circa. The actual date is probably plus or minus 5. The date is base on a source, or if a marriage date, it is set to age 20, or a year before the first born child.
  • Est - Estimate - Same as "About", however these are mainly used for burial dates to ensure that the web event and last review are at the end. It is generally set to two days after death.
  • Say - Pure Guess - Guess to help keep the sort correct. Don't quote me!

Married Names:

In French Canada, the tradition was that married women kept their maiden names. I have followed this when accounting for French Canadian marriages.

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Homestead of Richard Haven
Homestead of Richard Haven
The above is a faithful picture of a very ancient house, which was owned by Richard Haven, who settled here as early as 1640. In later years it was known as the Hart house, the last occupant of the name being Joseph Hart, a farmer, who died in 1806.
It was taken down, transported to Reservoir Hill, and there consumed in a sort of sacrificial bonfire on the morning of the Centennial Day of the Republic—July 4, 1876. 

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