|Just a small batch of the family records I inherited.|
- Family History – really anything with names and dates (clear genealogical documents – trees, charts, lineage books, narratives explaining descent, birth records, marriage certificates, etc.).
- Photographs / Albums (this included postcards that were collected but not sent).
- Letters, notes from one person to another and postcards that HAD been sent.
- Journals (both bound in books and compiled on paper) – no one in my immediate family kept a journal on a regular basis, but on both sides of the family they did write up extensive narratives about journeys they took.
- Books and publications written by or about family members (this included several Masters Theses, a Doctoral Thesis and papers written for college classes).
- Other documents (maps, menus, articles that didn’t relate to a family member, pamphlets, tourist guides, etc.).
- Boxes of non-paper mementos (jewelry, coins, slide rules, binoculars, pins, and all sorts of other things one could imagine).
|Journals from my family|
- Multiples / General
|A few charts I have transcribed.|
|A draft chart showing our descent from |
Caleb Carr, once governor of Rhode Island
Anderson, Robert Charles; Sanborn Jr, George F. and Sanborn, Melinde Lutz. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634-1635, Volume II C-F, Publ 2001 New England Historic and Genealogical Society, pp. 11-16.
Wikipedia contributors. "Caleb Carr (governor)." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 22 Nov. 2016. Web. (https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Caleb_Carr_(governor)&oldid=750888037)