Clarence Perry Bristol, the columnist’s great-great-grandfather, fought in the Civil War with the Illinois infantry. The 1900 census report posted on ancestry.com lists him as a druggist, spelled with one “g.” The National Genealogical Society’s conference in Raleigh on May 10-13 explores this sort of research.
Clarence Perry Bristol, the columnist’s great-great-grandfather, fought in the Civil War with the Illinois infantry. The 1900 census report posted on ancestry.com lists him as a druggist, spelled with one “g.” The National Genealogical Society’s conference in Raleigh on May 10-13 explores this sort of research. Shaffer family photo
Clarence Perry Bristol, the columnist’s great-great-grandfather, fought in the Civil War with the Illinois infantry. The 1900 census report posted on ancestry.com lists him as a druggist, spelled with one “g.” The National Genealogical Society’s conference in Raleigh on May 10-13 explores this sort of research. Shaffer family photo

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I found a Minuteman, a shoemaker and an indentured servant in my DNA – Shaffer

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