Randy's Genealogy

I have been pursuing my elusive ancestors for over 24 years, and still have many "holes" in my ancestral pedigree chart.

However, I have found out quite a bit about my ancestors and their families, and want to share what I've found in hopes that other family members and researchers will find it and want to share improvements or revisions with me.

1)  I have versions of my Family Tree at the following family tree websites:

*  My RootsMagic Family Tree - http://my.rootsmagic.com/rjseaver/index.html (ancestral families only, with sources and images, no notes)

* Ancestry Member Trees (complete tree s of August 2012, with sources and images, no notes) - http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/46034273/family

*  MyHeritage World Trees (complete tree as of June 2011, with sources, no notes) - http://www.myheritage.com/site-1742741/randy-seavers-genealogy-research

*  WikiTree (limited ancestral tree, with sources and notes) - an interconnected tree, start at http://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Seaver-Family-Tree-15

2)  A pedigree chart for myself and the next three generations is shown below:


3)  I have created static narrative ancestral reports in PDF format for my eight great-grandparents.  Here are links to them:

*  Ancestors of Frank Walton Seaver (1852-1922) for 10 Generations - September 2012

*  Ancestors of Hattie Louisa Hildreth (1857-1920) for 10 Generations - September 2012

*  Ancestors of Thomas Richmond (1848-1917) for 6 Generations - September 2012

*  Ancestors of Julia White (1848-1913) for 10 Generations - September 2012

*  Ancestors of Henry Austin Carringer (1853-1946) for 10 Generations - September 2012

*  Ancestors of Abbie Ardell Smith (1862-1944) for 10 Generations - September 2012

*  Ancestors of Charles Auble (1849-1916) for 10 Generations - September 2012

*  Ancestors of Georgianna Kemp (1868-1952) for 10 Generations - September 2012

4)  I have created static narrative descendant reports in PDF format for some of my surname lines, from the first known person in my line.  Here are links to them:

*  Descendants of Shubael Seaver (1640-1730) - 8 Generations (September 2012)

*  Descendants of Caleb Seaver (1641-1713) - 8 Generations (September 2012)

*  Descendants of Joshua Seaver (1641-1730) - 8 Generations (September 2012)

*  Descendants of Nathaniel Seaver (1646-1676) - 8 Generations (September 2012)

*  Descendants of Martin Carringer (1758-1835) of Pennsylvania (October 2012)

*  Descendants of Andreas Able (1690-1851) of New Jersey (October 2012)

*  Descendants of Peter Dill (1645-1692) of Massachusetts (October 2012)

*  Descendants of Roger Buck (1617-1693) of Massachusetts (October 2012)




2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello Randy, We must be distant relatives because my search has led me to your blog, I was wondering if you have any more info on Henry Summers, husband of Susanna Carter, daughter of Joseph Carter whose will you posted. Thanks

Jeremy Kidd said...

Hey Randy. I've been working on genealogy only for the past year and a half or so, and it's quickly become a favorite hobby of mine. I started on Ancestry, but have been keeping track of many things locally where Ancestry just doesn't capture things efficiently. I also started tracking on WikiTree recently, which I like quite a lot, and am using tools like Diigo, Evernote, and Mendeley to manage my research. Now I'm feeling bogged down by tracking things in multiple places and worrying about what's the best place to track what... I see that you have cited at least 4 places where you have your family tree documented. Can you give some insights into which tools you use for what and how you keep your workload manageable while keeping multiple things up to date? Thanks!