Welcome to all of you to the family home page.I have created this page for all interested relatives to touch base, see your roots, and contact each other.The genealogy has expanded massively, and I want everyone to be able to see it.
Update: December 13, 2010:Yeah, it's been a long time since I even looked at this page myself, and none of the genealogical content has been altered since my last update in 2007.However, that doesn't mean I don't have more information for you, it's just on a different site.Please follow the link at the bottom of the page to see the Ancestry.com link that will take you to Cindy's Giant Tree.
As of July 18, 2007, a NEW item has been added to my reports, namely an extensive Ockers (or Okkerse) genealogy dating back 14 generations into the late 1300's.A distant cousin saw this very site and sent me this extensive family tree showing our Dutch roots. The further back you go, the longer the names get! Credit goes to our 4th cousin (or so) John (Ockers) Ettorre. He has done extensive research on all the Dutch who came to Sayville and found that every Ockers in Sayville (and there were 3 separate families) are related in some way, in addition to many of the other Dutch families there as well.I am including a link to the original Okkerse genealogy as originally published, as well as the report which I have carefully constructed from this research. I hope you all enjoy this new revelation, and enjoy your new-found albeit mostly dead relatives!
I also invite you to investigate the tree that I have set up with myself as the primary individual (this IS my site, after all).That doesn't mean you're not included, though.All you need to do is follow the instructions to list any person on the tree as the primary individual, and it will show every ancestor and decendant for that person, including you and your children! It is very versatile, so play with it, and get even more information until your head is ready to explode.
As I get more and more information, I update the trees periodically.If you notice I have any of your information wrong, or if it is missing, please let me know, and I will correct it as soon as possible.
- East Coast Relatives (145 KB)
Taken Thanksgiving 2002
- Arthur Wood and Marguerite Stein (54 KB)
My grandparents during their courtship, circa 1918
- Doutt-Wood Reunion July 5 1937 (61 KB)
In foreground left to right, Art Wood, Joan WoodSeated: Ruth, Aunt Nellie, Grandma Mae, Ray, Authur Sr., Norman P. DouttStandees, left to right Joe E. Browne, Margaret Browne, Twila Doutt, Mabel Hanks (w/baby), Mabell Fox, Rita Wood, Frederick Fox, Frances Doutt Lent, Ted Osborne, Vivian Doutt, Arthur Doutt, Walter Lent, Marian Osborne, Russell Wood, Anna-Mae Doutt, Melvin Doutt, Mr. Pesch, Kingsley Doutt
- Karl Stein and Adelia Ockers (154 KB)
My great-grandparents, early 1900's
- Family resemblance (59 KB)
Jason, about 17; Dad, about 19
- West Coast Folsoms (54 KB)
Taken Christmas Eve 2002 at our annual party
- It's a mystery (306 KB)
Name those kids!
- The Folsom Six--August 2003 (153 KB)
From left, in ascending age order:Cindy, 43; Mitch, 50; Joan, 54; Sheri, 59; Ron, 61; Pete, 63
- Karen and Julian--Family resemblance or what? (27 KB)
Karen Rymar and son Julian, both in their 1st grade pictures.
- Children of Justus and Susan Townsend (73 KB)
Not including our ancestor, who was not born yet.
- Folsom Six with Mom (72 KB)
Taken Christmas Eve 1977
- Ralph Parker Folsom, Sr. and family (minus Hannah) (136 KB)
Circa 1927.From left Alice, Ralph Jr., Angela, Ralph Sr., Dick (standing), Bill, Alice Sr.
- Folsom grandkids with Grandma Rita (87 KB)
Christmas Eve 1977
- Stein Clan on a Boat (71 KB)
- 4 Generations of Woods (24 KB)
Grandpa, Mom, Pete, Ron, Ken, and Ronnie circa 1964
- The young three with Mom and Dad (33 KB)
Circa 1964--Dad had a cigarette in his hand, which I edited out.