Homepage of Janice Gonzales Barry

Homepage for Janice Gonzales Barry

The Family History Pages of Janice Gonzales and Francis Barry, Jr.

The Melting Pot

New Orleans, the great seaport at the mouth of the Mississippi River, has welcomed immigrants to the New World since 1718. For many years it has been considered the most European city in the United States and the French continue to regard it as the northernmost point of the Caribbean. The genealogy presented here reflects the growth of the city over the course of almost three centuries. Diverse though it may be, the richness of this true melting pot of the United States is not fully developed here, although the commingling of many cultures may be glimpsed in the history of the Barry and Gonzales families.

Celebrating 400 years of the Farmer Family in America

Introductory Notes

Surnames in the direct line

Surnames in the collateral lines

Locations with the surnames that appear there

Partial Abbreviated Family Tree of Janice Gonzales Barry


Last modified 6 April 2016

Currently adding Ancestors of David Gideon Farmer

Here are some of my favorite websites:

23 and Me DNA ancestry gedmatch.com
GeneaNet ( http://www.geneanet.org/).  See the index of my direct lines. ( http://gw1.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=sophe)
Augusta Elmwood's St Domingue Page (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~saintdomingue/S-D%20Opening%20Page.htm)
U.S. Gen Web Archives, http://www.usgwarchives.org/  An immense undertaking to make a variety of records and indexes to vital records available free online.
ancestry.com Best for images of the U.S.census, U.S.naturalizations, and U.S. immigrations. Many services require a subscription.
LDS Family Search (http://www.familysearch.org/)
Free Genealogy Search Help for Google (http://www.genealogy-search-help.com) : This free site will help you use Google to search for your genealogy. It will create different Google searches using tips or "tricks" that will improve your search results. 
http://www.stevemorse.org/census/ Did the census taker miss your ancestor, or did the transcriber for the index mangle his name?  Can't find your ancestor in a U.S. census; but know his address?  Search this site by street name for enumeration districts and the film number for each.

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