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: Greathouse Point: Goals for 2009
: Rick January 03, 2009, 01:40:45 AM
Greetings to All,

Our research team at Greathouse Point has just established the following goals which we have adopted as the focus of our research for 2009.

John Greathouse m. Sarah McDade Line:

1.  Continue to search out the missing information for his children birth, marriage and death dates where not documented.
2.  Continue to work on the time line attempting to determine his whereabouts from 1780 to 1806 and again from 1817 to 1827.
3.  Attempt to pinpoint better the specific areas where he lived from 1806 to 1866

Harmon born about 1750 married Mary Ann lived in Ohio County; died in Belmont; Harmon born 1787 married Mary and Harmon born 1720 and Harmon Jr.

1.  Try to sort out the Harmons who lived in Ohio/Brooke/Marshall Counties.  Since Harmon born about 1720 left before 1790, and Harmon Jr went to KY, the main concentration will be on the Harmons born 1750 and 1787
2.  Try to determine if the children attributed to the different Harmons can be sorted out correctly.  Try to find sufficient documentation for all of them to make reliable conclusions.

Harrison County Greathouses

1.  Continue to document the children of William and Barbary.
2.  Try to find more information on William, son of William
3.  Try to place the orphan Greathouses of Harrison in families

Maryland and Virginia

1.  Try to track their migratory paths back to origin and tie the early families back to their roots to determine if their presumed heritage is correct.

Illinois and Indiana Greathouses and Kentucky Greathouses

1.  Try to track their migratory paths back to origin and tie the early families back to their roots to determine if their presumed heritage is correct.

Georgia and Arkansas and Tennessee and Texas Greathouses

1.  Try to track their migratory paths back to origin and tie the early families back to their roots to determine if their presumed heritage is correct.


Again, in 2009, we welcome all to our research team who have an interest in sincere research that will withstand careful scrutiny.

For those who may have comments, questions or suggestions on how we can improve upon our collections at Greathouse Point in the coming year, a copy of this announcement has been posted for discussion in our Guild Greathouse forum. You may read the announcement and follow the discussion at:

http://forum.greathouse.us/index.php/topic,465.0.html


Thanks,
Rick