Your An­ces­try

Stanstead Journal - - LENNOXVILLE NEWS -

Thenum­ber of in­quiries that we re­ceive for gen­eral in­for­ma­tion on the “how to” and “where to look” of lo­cal ge­neal­ogy is de­creas­ing. The re­quests for in­for­ma­tion about spe­cific fam­i­lies is also slow­ing as re­searchers use the World Wide Web to lo­cate their an­ces­tors. For re­searchers look­ing for in­for­ma­tion in the old Stanstead County for some lit­tle bit to solve their ge­nealog­i­cal mys­ter­ies please re­mem­ber that the old Stanstead Jour­nal is still here on the ground. It is read by many folks who do not use a com­puter but still have con­sid­er­able in­for­ma­tion about their fam­i­lies. The in­for­ma­tion that ap­pears here is also seen on the web­site found at : http://tomi­fo­­neal­ogy/ge­neal­ogy.html which is main­tained by John Ma­honey in con­junc­tion with his we­bzine The Log Cabin Chron­i­cles. This makes your query avail­able to read­ers world-wide. If your query has a Ver­mont or new Eng­land con­nec­tion it will also be seen in Ver­mont’s North­land Jour­nal, a pop­u­lar monthly lo­cal his­tory mag­a­zine pub­lished by Scott Wheeler. If you are hav­ing a prob­lem with your ge­nealog­i­cal or fam­ily his­tory re­search re­mem­ber The good old Stanstead Jour­nal, the Ar­chives at the Stanstead His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety, the North­land Jour­nal and the Log Cabin Chron­i­cles.

Dave Lepitre at the print­ing shop 819-876-5755 days or 819 876-2145

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