Updated April 3, 2014

Corrections and additions are always welcome.

Farrand- The Farrands I am pursuing (Nathaniel, Daniel, Thomas etc) may not have been part of the Huguenot migration. Recently it occurred to me that they MAY have been inhabitants of Yorkshire, England for many, many years. Of course, there is work to be done to establish the connection. TAG: volume 77 has an excellent article on the Ferrands/Farrands of England but it probably will result in some possibilities only.

I can not get the recent "book" and reports to upload, so that leaves related files. The book, "His and Hers", contains files which have been revised under related files

Verification, source material, and documentation etc., are for the most part omitted. Perhaps the material can be used as a basis for research. If I have doubts about what I enter, I usually (but not always) make reference to this.

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I am selling a CD and a book of my files. If you are interested in the book, please select the names from the related files section of this home page. Please see specific information on the CD and book also on this home page. The profits will go to
a Cambodian relief effort started by my daughter who is presently in Cambodia and has been using her personal savings to start a business.
In reference to the CD- it will a gedcom, version 5.5 and the character set is ANSI taken from Family Tree Maker. Other options are available. You can find these options in the CD and book sale article under related files.

Sandra DeLoyd


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