Well, I’m a few days late, or it seems awhile since I put my focus on this blog, but I’ve gotten so involved with this genealogy stuff, that is absolutely mind boggling, frustrating, yet so exciting when something regarding the family is discovered. Today, for the first time, I have found a picture of my Grandfather on my father’s side, and what a wonderful discovery, thanks to my cousin Dorothy! Thanks Old Bean!!!!
My Father, Adolphe Leo Guttin
Reginald Armand Guttin
My GREAT Grandfather Regis Adolphe Guttin from Morains (Isere) France.
(the name Guttin-Lombard, was shortened to just Guttin when he came to Canada.)
It gets even better of a find, when I find the following
My Great Grandmother Isabella Hunter Saunders
My Great-Great Grandmother, Jane Little
My Great-Great-Great Grandmother Elizabeth Pattie
The Keenan’s come into the story with marriages, but won’t get into all that on here!
Still looking for
The only information that I have is that Catherine Robin married Joseph Guttin Lombard in France (perhaps in Morains).Their son, Regis Adolph was born in 1836 and emmigrated to Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.Any information that you may have would be appreciated
I’ve got so much more I’m coming across every day, some from relatives some online.
So, tomorrow, I’ll get back to more of this century and tell you how well Tom is doing after our visit with the Cardiologist.
He’s doing fantastic!!