Category Archives: Trip – DAR Library 2000 2007 2011

Delano Sources for further study – a tangle weave of lineages…

As a descendant of the Delano Family you will need to know about the volumes that I referenced in the post dated February 20, 2014 “The Keller and Delano Family Connections.”  You can find it by scrolling down or going … Continue reading

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Daniel’s In-Laws John & Mary (Delano) Keller a connection to DAR and to the “Fortune”

There are more children of John and Lydia (Goss) Spracklin to share about but I would like to take a little time to talk about Daniel, Elizabeth and her parents John and Mary Anne (Delano) Keller and the connections to … Continue reading

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