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Welcome to all of you family members, genealogists and internet wanderers. My family tree is actually a forest of assorted names and locations. Check out the branches to discover if you share a leaf or two.

Surnames (above and to the right). Here are the main family trees. My goal is to include names, dates, descendants, photographs, documents  & sources for my information. These names link to locations & cemeteries. Related? Contact me to share & compare.

Locations (above and to the right). Here you can find my family names associated with each location, useful websites and blogs, books, maps and other resources that are helpful for research there. Do you have a favorite resource:  archive, book, website to share? Let me know.

Cemeteries (above). The final resting places of my ancestors. Names, dates, maps & photographs are here.

Also visit my blog, Leaves & Branches for information on my current research, new discoveries, missing ancestors, memories and other miscellaneous posts. See the latest post below.

This website is always changing as I include newly uncovered information. Check back soon for more content! – – – Colleen

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  • April 20, 2017: 50th Anniversary for Col. Aaron Brown - Leaves & Branches
    Col. Aaron Brown

    7 June 1822 MS - 2 July 1904 IA
    son of Moses Brown & Nancy Perkins
    husband of Elizabeth


    Yesterday being the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Col. Aaron Brown and wife, some of the old settlers hereabouts decided to celebrate the occasion by having a gathering in Odd Fellows Hall where refreshments and a social order of affairs should mark the event. It being “our busy day” we were not present. Col. Brown has passed the greater portion of his married life in this vicinity.


    from: Anniversary. (1894, Oct. 4). Fayette County Leader, p. 8. Retrieved Feb. 28, 2017, from newspapers.com. Colonel Aaron Brown


    It is interesting that Col. Aaron Brown's wife's name is never mentioned in this clipping about their anniversary.



    Are you related to this family? I'd enjoy hearing from you.


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