The Delano Family An Overview

As this blog gets bigger and bigger it will become harder to find things.  Therefore for each family group there will be a page listing the blog posts written about that individual and/or their family. As time goes on I will be adding more genealogy reports.

This will make it easier to find the posts and study them and I highly recommend that you do that and not just jump around.  Please read the posts carefully it is important.  Always feel free to ask me questions and request copies of original documents.

There are three ways to search this blog:
  1.  Use the Archive Box on the right side of the blog and find the month and year and click and it will give you a listing of posts written during that time.  So if you use the dates below you can find the post you are looking for and see it in sequence.  Blogs go from past dates to present so they are backwards from a book.
  2. Use the Search box on the right of this blog to search using key words like a person’s name, the location, topics like Mayflower etc.
  3. Seek out the Categories which I have tried to organize by surname, cemeteries, locations and subjects.  The list is auto alphabetical within the grouping, so you need to scroll looking for what you want.  There is a number next to the category telling you approximately how many posts that the category.  It may not find all references to the keyword you are using, although I strive to be careful and diligent.
  4. Blogs are backwards from a book, so the oldest posts are the first. So you could technically go back to the beginning and go forward through the blog.  I strive to do the genealogy in a chronological manner but not always for this is also a story about their lives and family connections make it very complicated. When I start writing about a family, I do a summary post of the family of a specific couple listing their children and then try to follow it with more detailed posts about the children and their families if it works within the concept of the blog.  If you see revisiting in the title it means I have found new information or am going back to that person or couple and adding more detail.

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 DELANO

This page will be devoted to the Delano Family and the posts written about this family line.  There will be individual groupings about this family surname.

Stephen Delano and Lovina Smith family:

Stephen Delano Jr. and his Untimely Death, February 23, 2014.

Lovina Smith Delano remarried to Jonathan Askins, March 4, 2014

Delano Sources for further study, a tangled weave of lineages, March 11, 2014

Jonathan Askins and Lovina’s  family

Lovina Smith Delano remarried to Jonathan Askins, March 4, 2014

John Keller: The US Census for Knox County, Ohio, April 6, 2014. This discusses the Askins family which was my attempt at locating Mary Anne Delano before her marriage.

Stephen Delano and Mary Shaw’s family:

The Stephen Delano Sr. Family, March 30, 2014

Oliver Delano, A Brother, April 7, 2014

Tombstone Tuesday: Kempton Cemetery in Franklin Co., Ohio, 22, 2014. See the BJM Cemetery Blog for more details.

Stephen Delano Lineage to Philip Delano, April 20, 2014

Mayflower and More, November 13, 2012. See BJM Cemeteries blog for this post.  My visit to the Mayflower sites in Plymouth in 2003.

Delano Family Chronology given to Alice Wintermute, February 8, 2015. Lovina Keller Helt’s family.

Tombstone Tuesday, The Sarcophagus in Plymouth, MA, November 27, 2012 – This is from the BJM Cemetery Blog and refers to William White the forebear to the Goss Family.  I did not know at the time I visited Plymouth in 2003 that there were more lines to Mayflower through the Keller/Delano connection.

Tombstone Tuesday, National Monument to the Forefathers, Plymouth, MA, December 11, 2012. A review of my trip in 2003 to Plymouth. See the BJM Cemetery Blog for more information.

Other Delano Family in Ohio:

Columbus and Cornelius Delano of Ohio and other Delano Family, March 3, 2015.

Mt. Vernon County Seat – Knox Co., Ohio, September 11, 2011. Includes my visit to Mound View Cemetery where Columbus and family rest.

Tombstone Tuesday: Mound View Cemetery in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, March 3, 2015 – Columbus Delano and family rest there.

I do not claim that I have the above information is correct as written in the posts about Mayflower connections and lineages so I am willing to make updates and changes as needed.

Happy Hunting!  Bonnie  bjmcdonell@gmail.com.

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