Who is John D. Adams/John D. Henion?

It's important to know all these families intermarry: Chamberlain, Henion, Parliament, Black, Turner, Willis, Davenport. Naturally, this means DNA lines are crossed repeatedly, and DNA matches may appear closer than they really are. Also, it's easy to mis-identify a "DNA match" because the family names are the same, only to discover the "match" is through … Continue reading Who is John D. Adams/John D. Henion?

Who Are the Parents of Mary Johnson of Vermillion County, Indiana?

I started on a journey to map every Hendricks, Hendrix, Hendrickson and Hendrixson in Kentucky from 1780-1840 to make sure I knew who everyone was, and which families they belonged to. Along the path, I stumbled across a Polly Hendrixon who married Isaac Johnston in Hardin County, Kentucky in 1816. This immediately captured my attention: … Continue reading Who Are the Parents of Mary Johnson of Vermillion County, Indiana?

Why Separate Hendrickson and Eve Citth Are the Wrong Names

We need to dispell this myth: there is no Separate Hendrickson married to an Eve Citth. Let me explain how the mistake got made...and then got replicated all over the internet. How John Hendrickson became Separate Hendrickson We know Simeon Hendrickson's grandmother's name is Eve, because he says so in his Mormon (LDS) 1841 "baptisms … Continue reading Why Separate Hendrickson and Eve Citth Are the Wrong Names