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Welcome to the Family Trees and Research of The Closet Skeleton Genealogical Society's website.

You can find information on a variety of family surnames including: Agner, Allen, Baker, Barnett, Barr, Bates, Berry, Bedard, Bentley, Brisebois, Brown, Brush, Bush, Calvert, Campbell, Canuel, Clement, Cochrane, Daoust, Davidson, Dean, Diceman, Doherty, Dorng, Dube, Durnell, Faulkner, Gauthier, Gill, Given, Graham, Grant, Hedgecoe, Hitchcock, Hogan, Hulett, Hume, Jones, Julian, Keffer, Lalonde, Larson, Lecuyer, Lee, Lepard, Levack, Line, Lowry, McBride, McDiarmaid, McGillen, McKenna, McLaren, McLean, Metz, Miller, Morris, Morton, Moynaugh, Mulholland, Murphy, Murray, O'Kane, O'Neill, Oster, Page, Plott, Pool, Quantz, Rehnberg, Ruby, Ryder, Sappington, Scott, See, Siders, Skaggs, Smith, Snider, Stone, St. Vrain, Sutherland, Tillery, Todd, Walker, Watson, Wyatt, Yoast, Young and more.

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We currently host 8 Family Trees. Each tree has multiple branches that reflect cousins and our research to date. To see a specific tree, choose the desired name from the buttons on the right.

To search through our research, please enter a name below and the database will give you a selection of matching individuals in each of our trees. If you have information or photographs to add to a tree, please apply for a user name and password.


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The Baker/Dorng Family
The Berry/Miller Family
The Eng/Page Family

The Hedgecoe/McKenna Family
The Lepard/McLean Family
The Keffer/Diceman Family

The Kissau/Stubel Family
The Serdinski/Gill Family


 

Our most troubling trees and biggest mysteries! Please take a look at the brick walls and dead ends we've stumbled into. Family insight has been the biggest blessing in our research.

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