See, I told you so…

I came across this document using the Mormon’s free site – familysearch.org. If you’re interested in genealogy, you should check this out. All the big-wig expensive genealogy sites use their information, only familysearch is free.

Buried way back in my father’s family tree are the Jones. They were Welch and their history weaves through Wales, England and back to Wales again. Griffith and his wife, Sarah came to America in the 1640s to settle Springfield, Massachusetts. They had eight children and one of them, a daughter, Experience Jones, married into the Ferry family. This is a copy of Griffith Jones’ death certificate. He died February 19, 1676. How cool is that?

Now onto another document I pulled from familysearch. Henry and Rosa’s wedding licence. And see, I told you…

They were Blair.

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4 thoughts on “See, I told you so…

  1. Teresa Cleveland Wendel

    I’m going to have to dig into that site to see if Morgan really is related :o)

  2. I’m going to have to check this out! Thanks for the info!

    • I love this site – spent countless hours on it this summer – with the information I found about my great-grandma, I learned her parents name and … discovered she was buried right next to them in the local cemetary. Imagine my awe when I stood there, looking at my great, great grandparents! I wish you luck and thanks for the b-day wish!

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