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Family connections is a database site for the Ashton family to get connected to their roots. This database lets users find information about thier geneology to share and remember past and present family members. It seems to often that the younger generation of familys do not realize where they come from or understand how they are related to someone else. Family connections hopes to bring family's together in building memories and learn of those before us that made it possible to be here in this life. Help past down the memories of your heritage to generations to come.

Member Login

Thanks for visiting! Please either login below, or click here to register.

You must be registered to access the other pages.

Guest, please login with the following: (USERNAME: guest / PASSWORD: guest).

How to start?

  1. Register your information (go to 'click here to register' under Member Login).
  2. Go back to Member Login and enter your username and password.
  3. Go to the search page.
  4. Type in the first name, last name, date of birth, or date of death of a family member.
  5. From there, you can click on the righthand side for more details for that person.
  6. Details include that persons parents, spouse, siblings and children.
  7. Only the areas that have information available will appear.
  8. Click the 'back to search' link towards the top to continue or start a new search.
  9. Thats it! Also, please sign the Family Talk guestbook after your visit.

When you are finished, you can logout your session at the top of each page. The database is still under construction as we are in the process of finding everyone's information. If you are not able to find someone or the information is incomplete or inaccurate, please email via contact page, leave a message on the family talk page or call (304) 671-8606.Thank you for visiting Family Connections!

Family Trivia

  1. Who is the oldest living relative?
  2. Who is the oldest relative recorded?
  3. Who is the youngest living relative?
  4. Who is the youngest relative recorded?
  5. Who has the most children?
  6. Who are your great grandparents?
  7. How many are as old as you?
  8. How many siblings do your grandparents have?
  9. What year has the most births?
  10. What year has the most deaths?

Tips for Research

  1. Talk to family members.
  2. Start a list of each family set.
  3. Newspapers, articles, mirco-media.
  4. Map and diagram the family sets.
  5. Don't forget date of birth and/or death.
  6. Details are important.
  7. Always triple check your research.
  8. Get as many people as you can involved.
  9. Store info in a scrapbook and backup CD
  10. Photos are always good to find.

Helpful Resources