August 2017 Blog Posts (4)

Ancestry dna

Soooo I took the ancestry Dna test along with my oldest daughter, youngest son, 2 youngest daughter, my mother,and my mother's 1st cousin who happens to be also 3 of my kids' great grandfather, also got my uncle (moms brother) to do the familytree ydna for the Male holman line. 1st off the stories about Holmans being Phelps is true cause all of your ancestors folllowing my Uncle Ronnie is all Phelps in the 1600-1800 but I still cant find when they/we had our name changed over. As for native…

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Added by Lisa Ann Adams Lord on August 24, 2017 at 5:57pm — No Comments

HENRY F. SLACK GENEALOGY

WILLIAM SLACE

born; 2 Nov. 1731 Weston, Ma.

died; 10 Apr. 1832 Strafford, Vermont

Father; unknown

Mother; unknown

married on; ?

ALICE WOODS

born; 23 Apr. 1757 Groton, Conn.

died; 23 Jan. 1833 Strafford, Vermont

Father; unknown

Mother; unknbown

THEIR CHILDREN

EBENEZER SLACK

born; 1797

died; 23 Oct. 1867 Hanover, Grafton, New Hampshire

wife 1;

ABIGAIL CHAMBERLAIN

born; 5 May 1797 Strafford, Orange…

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Added by Junior Libby on August 11, 2017 at 5:00pm — No Comments

PEOPLE WHO HAVE DIED IN ACADIA NATIONAL PARK

It is hard to imagine that a place as peaceful and beautiful as Acadia National Park is - that people die there from horrible accidents nearly every year. The most tragic death to me seems to be the young college student who had his entire life before him, who roped down to Anemone Cave, and ancient sea cave that can be entered and explored at low tide, with a friend. The two became trapped in the cave when a storm approached, which stirred up huge waves. Each time the pair attempted to exit…

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Added by Junior Libby on August 10, 2017 at 6:34pm — No Comments

PLANE CRASH ON CEDAR SWAMP MOUNTAIN - ACADIA NATIONAL PARK

Hidden in the woods not far from the summit of Cedar Swamp Mountain in beautiful Acadia National Park are the remains of a plane that crashed into the side of the mountain during bad weather. It was in June 30, 1970 that pilot Robert McGaunn refueled at Boston's Logan International Airport, and as he approached Mount Desert Island he was met by bad weather.

The plane he was flying was a single-engine Piper PA-24 Comanche, and nearly all of the plane remains in the woods near the summit…

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Added by Junior Libby on August 10, 2017 at 6:29pm — No Comments

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