I own a copy of my mother’s family research. It’s 500+ pages that my grandmother’s aunt typed in the 1960’s. She was nearly finished when a chance reply to one letter opened information to nine more generations.
I find online research very time consuming. It’s hard to imagine only letters, long-distance telephone calls and printed materials as resources!
The following, outstanding collection was compiled by Carolyn Mckenzie, and presents information in three different views as described below.* She included Mustain, Mustaine and Musteen.
We’re thankful for the MANY hours devoted to Mustain family research!
Click “Next Page” in the top menu to see each new page.
Here is a nine-generation list.
Here is a tree format.**
*What a treasure we have in both Delores M Mustaine’s and Carolyn Mckenzie’s research! I have noticed a few places where Carolyn might have slightly different details from one version of her research to another…for example from the descending generation view to the tree-format view…perhaps a death year one place and not another. I can just imagine how difficult and time-consuming it was for her to enter and format all that information! I mention this only to say that as you use her research, you may want to check between the different formats.
** When you use the “tree” view of Carolyn’s research, click inside the tree box after it loads the information (you’ll see a bar inside the top of the box as all the information is added), then type F to see an alphabetical list of names. Other directions are on the page, but the need to click inside the box before typing F to get the full, alphabet-order list is not clear.
Carolyn has researched my own branch of the family from Thomas’ son, Avery, down through my grandfather, Nathaniel Baxter Musteen, plus some of his children and grandchildren. You can see some online history links to each generation of my branch in the page titled “Note to Family.”
I have not found a photo or any other information about Carolyn McKenzie. If you have anything I’d love to know. Please comment, share this blog with your branch of our family and add details and/or links for research you may have found.
If you have written or oral history, or photos, of your branch; I’ll be glad to add one or more posts to this blog for you. I know we’re unlikely to find many photos before the later 1800s. I have only a handful of older photos from my grandparents.