I just learned about a court fight over a shipwreck that might be the Griffin from Brenda's post. For those who don't know, the Griffin was one of the first European-style ships to sink in the Great Lakes in 1679, and since the ship sank, people have been searching for it. At the moment, I have not decided what I think about this story, but I might post my thoughts about this case later.
32nd Edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy - Coming Soon Looking For My German Ancestors, Part 11 - Coming Soon More on my WW1 Veteran Ancestors- Veteran's Day ? Genealogy and History Thoughts Columns 20, 21 and 22 - ? Irene Havens, Part 7 - ? Trippstadt, Germany death records, Part Two - ?