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May 25, 2010 7:25 AM CST
Name: Candyce Fulford
N of MA, E of VT, W of ME, S o
Grandmother Extraordinaire
I'm glad I'm not the only one, Janet. Just yesterday I was researching a family member and his family that lived in colonial Connecticut. Back then the names of the counties were changing as well as the towns ... it was frustrating to me to try and 'picture' them where they were at any given time.

So, I sat down and started creating a time line, because I can 'see' them better on paper than in my head. It's a BIG time line!!! But, I like to be as historically sure as I can be.
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