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Family Forest® Blog 06.20.2007
The Family Forest® can show maps of the generation-by-generation lines of descent from the Baron leading to a long list of many well-known people. Baron Anslech Turstain of Briquebec lines of descent are chronicled down to present day in the Family Forest® Descendants of Baron Anslech Turstain of Briquebec eBook. Or more precisely, I mean your ancestral home. It is in La Mancha, in Normandy, France and it is called either Briquebec or Bricquebec Castle. Our research and development leads to the estimation that quite possibly one in six people alive today have ancestral pathways, that lead to the person who built the castle.
Family Forest® Blog 02.15.2016
Once upon a time, there was a Knight. He was of Claverham Manor in Arlington, Sussex, England. Many of Sir Thomas Fiennes ancestors were also Knights. A number of his ancestors in the first ten generations were also Lords and Earls, and one was a famous king who was one the key historical figures in Braveheart. A Family Forest® Ancestors-at-a-glance™ is available via this link. Sir Thomas married Anne Urswick in about 1482 and is said to have had three sons and four daughters by her. All four of their daughters married.
Family Forest® Blog 01.19.2016
Now into my third decade growing the Family Forest® connection service, I can’t begin to count how many times I’ve heard variations on the very same story. It goes like this. My ________ (parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, etc.) had been researching and assembling our family history for decades. After she/he passed and the house was being prepared for estate liquidation, my ________ (sibling, aunt, uncle, cousin, etc.) threw it out with all of the other stuff they thought was just worthless accumulations.
Family Forest® Blog 10.06.2014
If you were Prince William or Prince Harry, of course you would have grown up expecting to see the faces of your ancestors on coins. After all, their paternal grandmother’s face appears on more coins than any person in history, a record which will certainly never be broken. But for me, as I guess it is for you, the expectation of ever seeing a coin with the face of one of my ancestors seemed as ridiculously absurd as the possibility of me visiting Saturn. Then all of a sudden, there he was! And he’s on a magnificent coin, a Roman Caesar (junior emperor) being a savior of London.
Family Forest® Blog 11.12.2015
You can easily spend years of time, and lots of money, searching for answers to the first question of genealogy: “Who are my ancestors?” What you will end up with, hopefully, is a number of generation-by-generation pathways leading from you to some of your ancestors, from several centuries ago, and back again. What you almost never end up with is a number of generation-by-generation pathways leading from you to some of your ancestors, and then coming back different pathways to some of your famous cousins!
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