|This family home page is dedicated to the memory of my mother, Linda Ketchum Londo, who for over 25 years, researched our family tree and talked about these family members, as if she knew them. In looking at all of her work, she did come to know them, as I am now.Because of her work, and the steadfastness of her mission, I've been able to meet some of these relatives, in the flesh and experienced their lives, not only on paper and in visits, but now over the internet as well!This is not only for you Mom, but to those who come after me as well. Your first great grandchild was born 11 days after you left us. There is a lot of information available for his use.All of this because you cared about where we came from.Godspeed!|
Family reports of my mother's work are contained in this web page.Future reports of my work, which used her work as a jumping off point, will also be included, and noted as such. Until I post, please contact me at:[email protected] for further information.
I am researching the following surnames:AFFANTRANGER/AFFENTRANGER, BARNES, CAMPBELL, DENNIS, DOREMUS, EVANS, FORDHAM, GAMBLE, HIBLER, HUFF, IRWIN, JANSEN, KETCHAM, KETCHUM, LOCKWOOD, LONDO, LONGSTREET, MEDENDORP, PANZL, RAWN (RAHN), SNYDER, THOMPSON, TOWNE, TROWBRIDGE, VANDERHOEVEN, VANDERHOEF, VANDERHOFF, VANDERHOOF, VANHEUKELEM and allied lines.Also researching, GRAVES, RILEY, SCHEESE, SCHNATTERLY,SNODERLY, YOST, YOUST.
FAMILY REGIONS, countries and states: Austria, Upper Canada(Ontario), Eastern & Western Canada (Quebec), England, France, Germany, Indiana, Ireland, Michigan, Netherlands, New England, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Scotland, Switzerland, West Virginia, Wales, Washington.
I have information back as far as the early to mid 1500's, depending on the family line. For others in this search, I will
be pleased to share the information I have available. This page will be updated as my search continues.
Member of the Waterloo Genealogy Co-operative.
A Look At Where We Came From, And A Vision To Our Future!
I use my investigative tools learned from a previous job, as well as my work as a photographer in my research.I'm married and raised six children.I am also researching the family lines for two of my children, that I didn't give birth to.I feel that everyone needs to know where they came from.Now that we're grandparents to 11, it's all the more important to do this work.
|The Genealogy Research of Linda Ketchum Londo|
Updated July 29, 2012