Wednesday May 11th, 2016
Added a link to a new page, link is at top of Carson page
Sunday June 2, 2013
Added seven more pictures to our Fredricks page, and one to our Doyle's page. Once again a great big thank you to our
contributing Angel for all the great photos their sending in!
Saturday April 18, 2013
Added five new pictures to Fredricks page. Question as to who one of them are is needed by you guys, so please check
them out. And if you know who she is please drop me an email. And another great big thank you goes out to my Angel Photo who
sent me all five new pictures!
Friday April 17, 2013
Well I came across some astounding information on Grandpa Charles Fredericks (husband of Hazel Miller Fredericks). Straight
from the records of Sweden's Archives. Go to the Fredericks page to read more.
Saturday April 11, 21013
Added new Fredricks pictures donated by Angel Photo. See them on our Fredricks page! Thanks so much sweetie!
Added new findings, and some details on the Teal/Dover background histories.
Just now finished the new page on newly founded documented records on Lars Erik Lindenau! Got to Lindenau page, find
the link to clink to Grace Mootz's manuscript, scroll down to the bottom of her page to the link saying "New Documented Findings"
and you're there. Just who was Lars Erik Lindenau's father?
Now to finding out what happened to August Elias Fredricks, after he immigrated here with his wife. Did they divorce
or did he die? Is it true he went out west to seek gold, or was that just a story?
April 10, 2013 Friday
Added photos and biographies to White/Parkinson/Carson Page.
Going over records obtained about Sweden and Lindenau family line. After I get it all figured out there will be an announcement
regarding the Lineage and background of Lars Eric Lindenau 1821-1881 in Sweden.
9th April 2013
Today I updated the Martin Family page at the bottom with some new information.
Also on the White/Parkinson/Carson page I added information and a picture of a male relative known as Daniel Morgan
Tuesday April 30, 2013
It was brought to my attention that one of my nieces has insinuated I "pad" our genealogy with false names and data.
Since this relative seems to have a need to spread what, I feel, is vicious slander only being done to belittle my genealogical
experience, I am now going through the pages in here, and listing where I acquired our data to show that these FACTS I
have acquired are true through documentation.
I will be listing these sources beneath each entry. As to photos, I do not know how I can 'prove' each photo only by
listing to whom each photo was acquired. Those who wish to remain anonymous I will adhere to as promised.
Having to do this is actually a good thing to do anyway since this is what true genealogists abide by; truth and honor
as per 'The Association Of Professional Genealogists'
"Genealogists Code Of Ethics"
As a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists I agree that professionalism in
genealogy requires ethical conduct in all relationships with the present or potential genealogical community. I therefore
Promote a coherent, truthful approach to genealogy, family history and local history.
Present research results and opinions in a clear, well-organized manner; fully and accurately
cite references; and refrain from withholding, suppressing, or knowingly misquoting or misinterpreting sources or data.
Promote the trust and security of genealogical consumers.
Advertise services and credentials honestly, avoiding the use of misleading or exaggerated
representations; explain without concealment or misrepresentation all fees, charges, and payment structures; abide by agreements
regarding project scope, number of hours, and deadlines and reporting schedules; keep adequate, accessible records of financial
and project-specific contacts with the consumer; and refrain from knowingly violating or encouraging others to violate laws
and regulations concerning copyright, right to privacy, business finances, or other pertinent subjects.
Support initiatives that preserve public records and access to them.
Be courteous to research facility personnel and treat records with care and respect; support
efforts to locate, collect, and preserve the records by compiling, cataloging, reproducing, and indexing documents; refrain
from mutilating, rearranging, or removing from their proper custodians printed, original, microfilmed, or electronic records.
Promote the welfare of the genealogical community.
Give proper credit to those who supply information and provide assistance; refrain from (or
avoid) knowingly soliciting established clients of another researcher; encourage applicable education, accreditation, and
certification; and refrain from public behavior, oral remarks or written communications that defame the profession, individual
genealogists, or the Association of Professional Genealogists.
Sunday 28 April, 2013
Added five photos to the photos pages, both of them, at the bottom of each. Thanks to my private photo angel for sending
us these photos. Hugs!
Photo of mystery male standing with John J Doyle Junior,in the family photo's page has been identified by a reputable
source. Mystery male is none other then Joseph Chester, husband of Johanna Ziegler and Uncle to John J Doyle Jr. in picture.
Saturday April 20, 2013
Today I opened my email and an angel had sent me pictures of my mom and dad. I've uploaded them in here on the 'More
I also found a picture of the house where John J. Doyle 1894-1960 lived with his family during 1935-1940 at least, added
it to the Doyle page.
Friday April 19, 2013
Today I put up a new crafts projects to do with copying family photos and turning them into what's call ANCESTOR
I also added five Family Coat Of Arms to the family line pages of: Bennett's. Birckhead's, Doyle, Martin and
Teal. Working on more as I find them.
I also found today the last name of Edward J.Doyle's wife, Maggie. Edward Doyle is the father of John Joseph
Doyle, and Aunt Aggie (who still lives in South Haven and is 88 years young) Anyway, seaching for John in the census this
morning came across him and his parents in the 1880 and there it was, Maggie's last name- SCANLAN. And it shows they came
out of the port of Cork county, Ireland but were originally from Dublin! Now to try and find Maggie's family! Yay!
Thursday April 18, 2013
Well today Igot the idea that finding where people used to live, on goggle maps might be fun. No one in
their present house, but old times, back inthe day. See how far back I can get with this. So, I checked through a few census'
for address back then and actually found a few. I took pictures of the houses and/or apartment buildings still standing. Pretty
interesting. Helps to get an idea of how families progressed, residence wise, as their families grew or they moved around
from state to state. I'll be doing this on and off for awhile to see what all I can find. So far I've found old
residences for Teals, Fredricks, Doyles and Gosfords for now. Alot more work then I thought it would be, but fun none the
April 16, 2013 Tuesday
Well I found a picture of grandpa John Doyle's sister, Eva, check out the Doyle page.
I also refound another Lindenau, well two. Reconnected with Jackie Lindenau (Glen Lindenau's wife, yes the
Glen that helped me so much on our family history, Bless his soul. I also refound our picture of Judith Aquilina Lindenau,
grand daughter of Lars Eric Lindenau, the Jusith Lindenau who danced and sang at the Kings Opera in Stockholm, Sweden.
Check out Judith's picture onthe Lindenau page.
Added surname definitions, well those that can be found, to each page. Still researching the rest.
Added a page showing the transcribed 3 page manuscript Aunt Grace Mootz had givenme back in 1977 pertaining
to our Lindenau history. See this link on the Lindenau page about half way down. Can't miss it, I made the text to click on
bigger then the rest of the texts.
Added more family recipes I found on the Family Recipes Page.