The Enchanted Family is a dynasty of Lady Kathleen and her Royal or related to Royal family.  This dynasty goes back to Adam and Eve and have other interesting and famous people like President, Abraham Lincoln,,President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President, John Adams, President, John Quincy Adams, President, Zachary Taylor, E.J. Smith, Captain of the Titanic, Noah from the Great Floods in the Bible, Sarah Palin from Political Circles, Bing Crosby Actor and Singer (White Christmas), Lady Godiva that rode a horse in town covered only by her hair, Fulk FitzWarin believed to be the Legendary Robin Hood, Pilgrims William Brewster, John Alden, Stephen Hopkins Pilgrims John Howland and Elizabeth Tilly, Immigrates like William Weillum Compton, Owner of Nunney Castle George Prather, Travelers of the Wagon Trains like William H Hamilton and Cornelius Prather and who wrote about it in a diary, Soldiers like Thomas Sprigg and James Smallwood that fought Indians and more.

 

Enchanted Family History Book

Here is a book that took many years to research. It is a book of the Enchanted Family History. The …Read More

Nunney Castle

Nunney Castle, owned by the Prathers It is locationed in the Town of Nunny in Somerset England The type was …Read More

Questions about Adam

Adam in the Bible has references to Adam the Individual and Adam as to referencing all humans. In Genesis 5:2 it states "Male and female created He them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam..." this is where Adam is used as a term for mankind or the whole...

Royalty Family

In the Royal Family section we have the Kings and Queens of many countries like England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Germany, Egypt, Russia and the list goes on and on. I have already managed to tie into ALL the English Kings and Queens.  There have been 12 monarchs of...

Beginners in Genealogy research can be stumped

Beginners in Genealogy research can be stumped when they cannot find their grandmother and grandfather in any government or parish document! Surely they had to register a marriage? or a birth? or be on a census? or a ship passenger list? You are right. Their details...

There are so many genealogy web sites

There are so many genealogy web sites on the Internet these days, that it can be somewhat overwhelming to a beginner in genealogy. Someone starting to build their family tree and wanting answers to questions about their history, can find it very difficult to decide...

As you begin to develop your family tree

As you begin to develop your family tree you likely have a family tree software program to help guide you to input information on each individual ancestor. Names. Birth Dates. Marriage Dates. Etc. There are many family tree programs available, some free, some...

The English Census and How to Use It

The census is probably the most useful of all genealogical resources - but do you know how to use it properly? This article with give you a basic understanding of how the census works, so you can get the most out of the information you find there, and make sure you...

Charlemagne

◦From Pedigree's of Charlemagne's Descendants: Charlemagne was a man of deep familial piety. As indicated by the epitaphs of his sisters Rothaid and Adelaide, he knew his ancestry in the male line back to his great-great-great-grandfather and probably far more...

There are many map sources on the Internet

There are many map sources on the Internet these days which are free to use, as we look for particular places. But when you are researching your ancestors in the 1830s in, for example, Pennsylvania, you may find that the counties have changed their boundaries several...

Have you been discovering the variety

Have you been discovering the variety of details which can be provided on a death certificate or registration? As a beginner in genealogy, you will learn that following every little clue on a death record will help to confirm details of your ancestors. Every detail,...

Where did the Compton’s come from

To start off with we will name a few Comptons Frances Compton, who landed in Virginia in 1623 John Compton, who arrived in Boston, Massachusetts in 1634 Jo Compton, aged 26, landed in Barbados in 1635 James Compton, who landed in Maryland in 1637 Thomas Compton...

Free Websites For Beginners in Genealogy

There are so many websites now for genealogists of all levels of expertise and experience. But for the beginner, it can be rather confusing to wade through paid advertising cluttering up the landing page of a website, or to try to figure out how to search for the...

Staveness – Hamilton Connections

For years I have been on the search for this connection.  I have gotten close, so now I am asking you for help with this one.  The search all started 30 years ago when my daughter Rebecca and my son Jon were very young.    I had recently married Marlin Staveness while...

Types of Marriage Records for Family History

Records of Intentions to Marry Marriage Banns — Banns, sometimes spelled bans, were public notice of an intended marriage between two specified persons on a particular date. Banns began as a church custom, later proscribed by English common law, that required the...

Learn How to Trace Your Family History

It can be very interesting to trace your family history. But, be forewarned, that it can take a lot of time and effort on your part to track everyone down. Records haven't always been well maintained, names change, etc. Probably the best place to start at is by...

Genealogy Research in the USA

If your ancestors have been living in the USA for several generations, they will have provided many different sources or documents about them, over their lifetimes. Whether they lived in a big city or a farm by a very small village, there are a variety of records that...

Follow Your Indirect Ancestors

As a beginner in genealogy building your family tree, you are likely very excited as you find yet another ancestor of yours. Once you find that first greatgreatgrandfather and his family, you probably did one of those little happy jigs at success! It is so satisfying...

What to Do When You Hit an Ancestor Brick Wall

You will definitely hit one - that brick wall in an ancestor line. We all do, and they are sometimes extremely frustrating. For the beginner in genealogy searches, it can be very disheartening to be stopped at the greatgrandparent level and not be able to get further....

Lincoln – Kennedy

I know Lincoln is related to the Enchanted Family, but now I need to see if Kennedy is.  After I do some research on this I will let you know of the out come.  If they are related that would be just one more thing to tie them together. Have people explain these ties...

Staveness Family

So why the Staveness Family you ask, well this was not built for Lady Kathleen, but in fact Lady Kathleen's children, Rebecca and Jon.  This is their fathers line.   Thanks to their Great Uncle Henry, this line goes back a ways and includes a lot of pictures that came...

How Do I Go About Tracing My Ancestors? Eight Guidelines For Beginners

If you are asking this question "How do I go about tracing my ancestors?", you are clearly a beginner in genealogy, starting on a fascinating adventure to build your family tree. Here are eight guidelines to help you begin tracing your ancestors, including common...

Top Surnames in the Enchanted Family

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