Time to Research the Parents of the Women Who Married into the Bostwick Clan

I have spent the last 25 posts writing about each of my direct line Bostwick relatives and then the women who married them. Now I am going to turn my research towards the parents of those women and will trace back as far as I can go to the first ancestor that moved to America … More Time to Research the Parents of the Women Who Married into the Bostwick Clan

Summary of the Women who Married into My Bostwick Ancestral Line

I spent the last 10 posts writing about each of the Grandmothers that married into the Bostwick line. As I did with the ancestral line of grandparents with the Bostwick surname, I decided to create another chart for the grandmothers. This spans 10 generations from the years 1602-1929. Below is a summary of the information … More Summary of the Women who Married into My Bostwick Ancestral Line

Currence Hard What is the Secret to a Long Life?

My 5x Great Grandmother, Currence Hard was born 21 March 1753 in Newtown, CT. Her parents were Abner and Hannah (Beers) Hard and she is the 5th of nine children.   Currence married David Bostwick around 1775 and they had 10 children: Ammon 1776-1835, Jabez 1778-1856, Betsey 1780-1835, Ezra 1783-1819, David 1785-1871, Currence 1788-1811, Lucy … More Currence Hard What is the Secret to a Long Life?