Thanks for stopping by the website I created to document and discover my family history.
Take a look around and if you are related to me, have any information you can offer, can give advice or where to look up information or just want to send me an email, please use the link located at either the bottom of the page or on the contact page.
There are 2094 names in this family tree.
The earliest recorded event is the birth of Richard Evreux in 986.
The last recorded death is that of Muriel (Forman) Silverstein on February 25, 2014.
The last recorded birth is that of Logan Samuel Scheinker in August 2014.
The top 5 surnames (meaning those most in the tree) are…
This website was created on August 14, 2012 and last updated on September 15, 2014.
This video completely explains why my European Jewish ancestors kept switching around where they were from. Sometimes it was Poland and sometimes it was Russia. After watching this video, no wonder they were confused!
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I’m not sure of the exact number, but I’ve recently uploaded a lot of photos to the “family photos” and “wedding photos” albums in the gallery.
I also have 4 photos with people I cannot identify (except for 1 person in 1 of those photos), so I’ve created a new album titled “who are you” to help me identify them. Please take a look and if you know who they are, contact me.
I have also added a new file to the History section of the site – the Events file. It lists everyone added to the family tree (living or dead) and (if it’s relevant to them and known) their birth, marriage and death date.