Maddy loves studying her family's genealogy using sites that search particular databases, such as Rootsweb, FamilySearch, book databases, and various Censuses. But not the ones you have to pay for.
- Mr. NameA is surprisingly missing from an 1899 family photo featuring Mr. and Mrs. Preston Crawford and their children.
- In the 1930s, genealogist Mr. Frederick Todd was considered the expert on the NameB family.
- NameC, grandchild of Samuel (b. 1716) and Elizabeth (b. 1714) Goodwin is remembered with a term we would consider an insult today.
- Living near James Haney (b. 1804) in Muscoda, Wisconsin in 1900 was a man whose family appears to have changed their surname to be NameD in English.
- In 1823, NameE Corrigal's marriage in the custom of the country was recognized by the Anglican church at the Red River Settlement in Manitoba.
- Mrs. Cole's memorial notice was published in a war-time edition of the Democrat Messenger on the 27th. Her maiden name was NameF.
- NameG is the family nickname of the man who married Nicolas Milleret's (b. 1690) widow.
- Mr. John Allen of Leicestershire married Miss Anne NameH in 1720.
We are looking for the individual who was a descendant of Benjamin NameA, a descendant of Thomas NameB, and not a descendant of Mrs. NameC Willets NameD. This person was also a first cousin of NameE NameF's daughter-in-law, and died the same time of year as NameG Tarrant NameH. What was this person's first name?