Sunday, November 18, 2018

Update

Of late, our creative juices have been spent on two avenues: Thomas Gardner Society, Inc. site and blog; Quora, the indescribable, so to speak. The first is related to this blog in that both families were of MA early. Thomas Gardner was of Cape Ann and Salem. Henry Lunt was of Newbury.

As we look at the influence of social media on society, we have to get back into that realm's need for truth engineering. We intend to use wind-speed social media as an anchor.

On Facebook, there is now a group with Henry Lunt as the focus. We will watch activity there.

Remarks:  Modified: 11/18/2018

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Saturday, December 30, 2017

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Isabella's Museum

We have a Category of Descendants. One post lists some prominent descendants.

We need to add another: John Lowell Gardner, II. His lineage is detailed in Gardner's Memorial (1933) by Frank A. Gardner, M.D. Lunt comes in via Pickering.

His wife founded the Boston Museum using their collection.

Remarks: Modified: 08/31/2016

08/31/2016 --

Monday, February 29, 2016

Leap Day, 2016

We started this blog in December 2010. So, this will be our second Leap Day. However, it might be interesting to see what was going during each of those earlier times.
    2010 Two years into the 4-year cycle. Our first post was about Henry, Ann, and their kids. Fortunately, there was Thomas S. Lunt's (1913) book. Our most popular post was from 2011: George C. Lunt (Silversmith). It was interesting following the history back to the Moultons.

    2012 We started a progeny list using Wikipedia pages, for the most part. Whence issues still need some attention. Also, we used a post to provide a brief index to the MSS series. Lunts cover about eight pages in Volume 10. 
Remarks: Modified: 03/01/2016

02/29/2016 --

Monday, January 4, 2016

Summary, 2015

In 2015, there were 2 posts.

We did not do a summary in 2014.

Top 5 posts 
Prior years: 201120122013.

Remarks: Modified: 01/04/2016

01/04/2016 --

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Green Acre, 1912

At least two descendants of Henry Lunt were at this meeting in 1912, Green Acre, near Eliot, ME.  As we discover the others, we will update this post.

Remarks: 08/09/2015

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