How to read the genealogy narratives on this site.
Each person has a narrative that provides a history of his/her life. Immediately below the person's name is a "Popup Pedigree". Clicking here will display a 3-generation ancestor chart which can be used to navigate to one of that persons parents or grandparents.
Below the name is a list of charts that person appears in, if any.
This is followed by the person's narrative. Underlined text indicates links that will take you to the section of the site that provides more information about that person or place. Superscript numbers refer to the citations shown in footnotes at the end of the person's section.
Each child in a family is then listed with their birth/death dates (if known). A + sign after a person's name indicates that person had children that are listed in a more detailed discussion that can be reached by clicking on that person's name. (see Lucretia, Edward, William & Harriet in the example below).
Children of Fenn Johnson and Dinah E. Darling
- [S64] Henry R. Stiles, The History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut (1891; reprint Somersworth, NH: New Hampshire Publishing Co., 1976), Volume 2, Page(s) 420.
- [S88] Fenn Johnson Household, 1850 U.S. Census, Hartford County, Connecticut, Population Schedule, East Windsor, Sheet/Page 71, Dwelling 222, Family 263, National Archive Micropublication M432-41.
These source citations generally use a short footnote format, and a more detailed source description may be seen by clicking on the source number enclosed in square brackets.
Some cautionary words about the site content:
The family history information on this site is a work in progress. It contains birth, marriage, death and other information that may be based on continuing research. Thus the information regarding an individual or family may change as research continues and pages are updated. Data was gathered from a variety of resources, some more reliable than others. Please verify the information presented here before accepting its authenticity.
For the sake of privacy, there is no information provided for living persons other than name.