The common thread of these pages is that parts of the families listed above ended up in [Lake Co. Calif.], [Lakeport] and [Kelseyville] in particular and produced me (well, among others). Other genealogists are carrying the lines back farther than I can and, when they give me permission, I will add links. You will find that, as with most pages, this page will be continuously under construction: I will add families as I have time. See some Lake Co. history here. Some info on Middletown here with some interesting links. Linkpendium has a lot of [Lake Co. & genealogy references].
I am particularly interested in the where, why and when of the migrations as will be seen from the pages themselves. Because of this, I have chosen a somewhat more narrative style for my pages. It's more work but I hope you find it worth the effort. Some generations are more detailed and can be reached from the link for a family name. Click on a link and have at it; tell me what you think. To go along with the concept, I have included a preliminary LIST OF THE ROADS INTO LAKE COUNTY.
of Lake County] by Peter & Scott Richerson and others giving extensive
information on the history, geology and biology of Clear Lake is a good read; it is now
in .pdf format. A huge passel of links to Lake County info is gone, sorry. I don't yet know who to credit or disparage. Anita Crabtree's Lake Co. GenWeb page is here!
With the kind permission of Marvin
Lander, I have put [THE FAMILY OF ALFRED M. STANLEY] on the net.
Uppercase = MY LINKS
[Bracketed] = [External links]
My sitemap = Table of Contents
| Lake Co.
| Ontario ___WOODARD______SHEPARD
_MEDDAUGH__|___________| Ontario New York
| Lake Co. Ontario New York
Lake Co. |__ GARD____| Tennessee |_Byars
Missouri | Lake Co. Missouri
Iowa |San Joaquin Co.San Joaquin Co.
Most of the work I believe to be reliable
but some of the information has been handed down to me and I can't guarantee
its accuracy. If I don't believe it, I leave it out and I try to list my
sources. Corrections, additions and questions are welcomed! My
mailbox in Mtn. View, Calif. is bottom left.
How to mine the web for information
Link to Calif. on other books on my bookshelf.
A site-map of this genealogy is located here.
[Great 1895 state maps here.]
[Hamrick's distribution of names here.]
[U.S. Territorial Maps 1775-1920 here.]
[Lib. of Congress railroad maps here.]
[ProGenealogist's list of very useful links here.]
19Aug.'04 added Linkpendium