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Sally Fisher of Lyndon Vermont

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1850 Census -John and Susan Farnsworth

HouseDwellNameAgeSexOccupationPropertySchool
15421552John Farnsworth40mfarmer900
Susan37f
Wealthy17fyes
William15mfarmeryes
George12myes
Russell8myes
Anna7fyes
Henry5m
Sarah3f
Rachael5/12f
Source: 1850 U.S. Census, Washington County, Vermont, population schedule, Moretown, p. 275A (stamped), dwelling 1542, family 1552, line 8, Susan Farnsworth; image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 4/26/2017); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, Roll 928.

1860 Census - Francis and Sally Farnsworth

HouseFamilyNameAgeSexOccupationReal ValueProperty ValueBirth PlaceSchool
546544Frank Farnsworth51mSawyer2500250Mass.
Sally "52fVermont
Wm "23mFarm Laborer"
Geo. "21m""
Russell "20m""
R Senna "19m""
Sarah "12f""
Lurana "11f""X
Firnando "10m""
1860 U.S. Census, Chittenden County, Vermont, population schedule, Bolton, p. 1 (stamped), ; image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 4/26/2017); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, Roll 1319. Family History Library Film: 805319.

1870 Census - Francis and Sally Farnsworth

LineHouseFamilyNameAgeSexRaceOccupationReal ValuePersonalBirth PlaceBirth MonReadWriteMale Over 21
10506539Farnsworth Francis66mwFarmer1500583VermontX
11----- Sally55fw"
12----- Fernando18mw"XX
13Copeland Grace1/12fwNew YorkMay
1870 U.S. Census, Washington County, Vermont, population schedule, Waterbury, p. 323B (stamped), line 11; image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 4/26/2017); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, Roll 1626.

1880 Census - Francis and Sally Farnsworth

LineDwellFamilyNameRaceSexAgeRelationMarriedOccupationBirthplaceFather BirthPMother BirthP
21258274Farnsworth Franciswm74xLaborerMassMassMass
22----- Sallywf76wifexKeeping HouseVtVtVt
23Farnsworth Rosaldo Fwm28xWorks in SawmillVtMassVt
24----- Marion Cwf17wifexKeeping HouseVtMassVt
1880 U.S. Census, Town of Waterbury, Vermont, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 218, p. 262D (stamped), line 22; image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 4/26/2017); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1349. Family History Film: 1255349.

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Marguerite, Illégitime, “Anonime” – Who Is She??? – Part 2

In the first part of this series I explained how I was making an effort to further my chances of matches through Ancestry DNA by expanding my Grénier lines downward from siblings of my Grénier ancestors. In conducting this research I came across an interesting marriage record between Francois Henn and Marguerite Illégitime Anonime. In the first post I provided the information I currently have on Marguerite and developed a plan of researching for the identification of an illegitimate child in French-Canadian parish records. This second part of the series will now identify any illegitimate Marguerite’s listed in the parish records of Ste-Marguerite-de-Blairfindie. I’ve stayed within the parish records in my search. Broadening my search outward to any illegitimate Marguerite in Canada at this time would be an unreasonable search in my opinion.

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Marguerite, Illégitime, “Anonime” – Who Is She??? – Part 1

In an effort to further my chance of making matches through Ancestry DNA, over the past week I have been expanding my Grénier lines downward from siblings of my Grénier ancestors. In conducting this research I came across an interesting marriage record between Francois Henn and Marguerite Illégitime Anonime. This post provides the information I currently have on Marguerite and develops a plan of researching for identification of an illegitimate child in French-Canadian parish records.

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My Great Grandfather Valentin Brönner

I came across an old photograph in my mother’s album of old family photographs which depicted my great-grandfather, Valentin Brönner, and several of his fellow soldiers posed in a unusual manner. Considering the time frame that this occurred (1918) and the fact that Germany would shortly surrender, moral should have been low on the German side, yet it was good to see grown men, in the hardest of times, improvising for the camera lens in a comedic fashion. P.S. My great-grandfather is the one holding the pitchfork!

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