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

How to Get Safely Remove Photos from Old…

Many of us are in possession of one or more magnetic photo albums. These albums, which first achieved popularity in the 1960s and 70s, were made from a thick paper stock coated with glue strips and included a thick Mylar plastic covering for each page. Conservators...

Building a Family Tree!

Having the ability to develop a loved ones background tree can do wonders for anybody which has inquiries about their background. The very best instrument anybody can have with regards to digging up data, will be the Web. Now, there ought to be a starting stage with...

Once you have begun to research your ancestors

Once you have begun to research your ancestors, you will find that one family line lived in one place for over 20 or more years. Wouldn't it be lovely to find a photograph of that home? Of course, it would be even better if your ancestors were fairly wealthy and had...

The Internet has apparently taken over

The Internet has apparently taken over for genealogical research - and I say "apparently" because there are wonderful resources which can be overlooked by beginners building their family trees. The Internet helps with speedy correspondence, searching documents online,...

We all have them: an ancestor with birthdate

We all have them: an ancestor with birthdate and marriage "known" to everyone in the family. But we cannot find other details on any registration document, and we have not been able to find their birth certificate. We are stuck - we can't go further back in the line,...

New Researcher – Veatch Veach Branch

I would like to welcome Tracy Anderson and her daughter Shannon as researchers within the Enchanted Family Genealogy Website.  Tracy has added to the Veatch Veach Veitch Branch which links to England, Scottland and European Nobility. The Veitch (Veatch) family ties...

How to Search the Social Security Death Index…

The Social Security Death Index, commonly referred to as the SSDI, is a database containing the names and dates of birth and death for over 77 million Americans. This massive database is a wonderful resource for genealogists, and is available in many online locations...

Family History Is an Exciting Subject!

Once you get going on your family history, you will find it a fascinating, exciting subject. Dig deeply for nuggets of information about every single member. Have fun with your family. I bet you all have read family histories that go like this: The Jones family lived...

Proof

Building your family tree is like building a house, brick by brick. The bricks are your ancestors, their names, life events and details. But the mortar that holds the bricks together is absolutely essential, if that house is going to stand up. What is the 'mortar' in...

Looking for Someone From Your Past?

Are you looking for someone? A former classmate? Old friend? Military buddy? Birth parent? Lost relative? If so, then you're not alone. Thousands of people head online every day in search of details on missing people. And more and more of these people are finding...

Tips for Taking Great Cemetery Pictures

Pictures are a wonderful way to document , from scenic views of the cemetery, to inscriptions of individual tombstones. It isn't always as easy as it seems, however, to achieve sharp, clear photographs of stones that may be centuries old. That old stone may be easy...

As you search for information

As you search for information on your ancestors and build up your family tree, you will soon find that you are using a few basic sources. However, to truly get an understanding of your ancestor's life and the context of that life, you will need to dig further into...

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...

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...

When you are ready to add a name

When you are ready to add a name, date, place, residence, occupation, or other details to an individual in your family tree, always check first. Check twice, type once! Here are some ideas on where to search to confirm basic details of your ancestors, as well as how...

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...

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...

Enchanted Family Genealogy Pages

Greetings Family and Friends, to where we have collected information over the years. We found out that the Enchanted Family has two very famous people at the top of the tree named Adam and Eve. So while exploring the tree you can follow their descendants as they...

1851 England Census about Edward John Smith, Captain of the Titanic

Name: Edward John [Edward John Smith] Age: 1 Estimated birth year: abt 1850 Relation: Son Father's Name: Edward Mother's Name: Catherine Gender: Male Where born: Hanley, Staffordshire, England Civil parish: Stoke Upon Trent Ecclesiastical parish: Wellington Town:...

Are you now up to over 300 individuals

Are you now up to over 300 individuals in your family tree? Over 3,000? It is amazing how quickly your family tree grows as you dig for treasure about grandparents and their grandparents! Hopefully you will have remembered to add the source details to support all the...

Top Surnames in the Enchanted Family

AdamsAlfordAndersonBeallBearseBeaumontBeltBrewsterBrownBruceCaltonCampbellCanmoreCapetCarewCaseCatesbyDe ClareCobbCollinsComptonComynConeryCorbettCrinionCrosbyCurtisDavisDunhamDunningEvansFosterFreemanGiffardGodfreyGruenebergHaleyHamblenHamiltonHigginsHillHolcombHopkinsHowardHowlandIsraeli ExilarchJimenezJohnsonJonesKehoeKennedyKirleyLadwigLeeLewisLincolnMacDonaldMacKenzieMacLeodMagnusMalottMartelMawrMcMahonMurchisonNoigillachO’NeillParkerPatrickPedrazinePennPhillipsPlantagenetPotterbaumPowellPraterPratherQuentinRauschReardonRedmanRouseScropeSmallwoodSmithSnowSpencerSpriggStavenessStuartTailleferTaylorTremoureuxVeatchVeitchVujnovichWilsonWindsorWoodruffWynn

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