Title: Holman, Mary Lovering, The Scott Genealogy (Boston, MA: 1919)
Title: Joan S. Guilford, : Vol. 1 (Orange, CA: Sheridan Psychological Services, 1990).
Title: Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1985)
Note: M HD firstname.lastname@example.org Jan 23, 2012 to me You are welcome! Yes,I follow your blog but via an RSS feed rather than as a registered "follower." I think I found you when you started following me, but I think that may have been after I'd left another comment for you on yours.... Thanks for the info on accessing your sources: I will check that out! Thanks for liking my blog title, too! I tickled myself when I came up with it--I'm not generally a creative person.... I use Ancestral Quest. I've tried Roots Magic last year but it didn't seem to deal with all my sources correctly/completely and the thought of hand-fixing them was more than I could handle. I'm going to talk to the company at Jamboree this June and see what they say. On the other hand, AQ does seem to meet all my needs ( other than being a bit of a techie & feeling like wanting a new toy!). Yes, you should see both vols of the Guilford books. They are generally considered reliable sources; they've got maybe a dozen of my names & I'd guess they'd have lots of yours, too. I've left myself a note to compare my data to all of yours. I'm sure there'll be more than the EDWARDS/Baldwin & LORD lines. I look forward to a productive collaboration with you! My concerns on Sarah are noted in her section of the notes in the fgs. Given Gary's feeling, I'm keeping her as a Baldwin, but also just keeping the questions in case. I have another Baldwin line, too, and if/when I go back to working on those lines, I expect them to converge. As for the arm, ^$#^$, it's been 4 days now and I am just so tired of it already. This is the first day I've been at the computer & it's frustrating / so slower with one hand. Now, go find some wood to knock on! I made it to 58 with no breaks, but this is my second since then (and with wonderful bone density, no less! ). Thanks for your thoughts! I'm off to find the ice pack... Have a great night! --Marie (Note: Marie sent me her group sheets, and gave me some great information on the Edwards and Baldwin lines.) From Facebook friend on 12/05/16 Cathy Napolitano Barbara I have 2 Baldwin lines - the Connecticut Baldwins and 2 or 3 Massachusetts Baldwins. If I recall correctly we share several other ancestors from my mom's family. If I remember correctly they are from Northampton - Bartlett? Edwards?
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