Welcome!
We're glad you're here. Our intention for this site is to go backward as far as possible in every line, then bring forward the descendants of those ancestors into the present in order to locate as many living relatives as possible. We want all of our cousins to know our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, and to spend forever in heaven with Him and with us.  If you don't know Him yet personally, that's OK; none of us did either!  Please know that you are welcome here.  You're family.  

Further, if you would like to share details of your particular line with us to add to this site, I'd love to post them for you.  Should you later find something you'd like to add, revise, or delete (names, dates, places, photos, anecdotes, etc.), let me know, and I'll be glad to update it as I find time.  

In the next few weeks to months, we'll be making changes to this site which my cause some links to stop working temporarily. If you are having trouble finding a page that you had bookmarked, email me, and I'll try to find it for you.


SURNAMES
Visit this section of the site for a complete alphabetical listing of all surname lineages that I am currently researching and documenting. Information here is always expanding, and I appreciate your feedback.



GWIN-RELATED ITEMS
Visit these sections of the site for information that I've collected regarding the Gwin family in certain regions. Not all information is genealogical in nature, but it's still interesting!

Gwin-Related Items from ALABAMA

Gwin-Related Items from TENNESSEE

Gwin-Related Items from INDIANA

Links to OTHER Gwin-Related Items



OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST
Visit these sections of the site for information that I've collected regarding the Gwin family in certain regions. Not all information is genealogical in nature, but still interesting!

The Ford and Nagle Website
The Ford and Nagle Website is a collection of antique family photos, family Bibles, and other family documents. These two Kentucky gentlemen--themselves historians and genealogists--rescue these old pieces from antique stores in their extensive travels and catalogue them for sale to descendents of the photos' and documents' subjects. I was impressed and encourage you to go there and see if they have any of your ancestors' things.

Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild
How did your ancestors get here? Established in 1998, this group of volunteers is dedicated to making the search for our ancestors' immigration easier for all of us. They grew out of a need to find ships' passenger lists right here, on-line.

It's Never Too Late
A touching story recounting the fact that there's never a time too late to start researching your roots.

Our Genealogetic Efforts
One person's perspective on the place genealogy has in the big scheme of life.


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