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The Genealogy Pages of the Meadows-White-Frank-Selletti Family

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Some families know a great deal about their roots; others know very little. This site is an attempt to record what we've learned about our family history. In these modern times, families tend to be scattered all over the country, if not the world. One of the goals of this web site is to help our family stay connected even though we live far apart.

On this page, we'll provide a little information about who we are and what inspired us to do this research. Most of this information was obtained from talking to living relatives and other researchers and from combing public records. In the course of doing this research, our family has discovered that we have many more relatives than we've ever thought possible!

This is a work in progress, so please contact us if you have any information that might help round out the picture. We look forward to hearing from you, Cousin!

Front:: David Gentry (Barb's Maternal Great Grandfather)

July Announcements

Hello, Family! I have to sadly announce the passing of Betty Jean Oliver Wilkie. 'Aunt' Betty (she was actually my cousin & cousin in law) had been battling cancer for sometime. The good Lord called her home out of her suffering in June. 

Hard to believe we're past 4th of July, isn't it? So far, I have attended two large family history conferences; one in Philadelphia, PA and one in Raleigh, NC with my cousin, Sandra Wilkie.  I've had the chance to go 'researching' with Susan Procario, one of our Mendenhall cousins at Swarthmore College (we've got a lot of Quaker ancestors, you know) and I made a few new friends at the Delaware County Historical Society and the Chester Historical Society. It's be also has been great to present some living history at Fort Mifflin (Colonial & War Between the States eras) and Gettysburg (War Between the States).

In October, Tony & I will be involved in the "Historic Nights of Fright" at the Fort. I get to play Elizabeth Bunker (mistakenly reported to have hung herself). Tony's book, "Fort Mifflin: a Paranormal History" has been a sell out at the Fort and he's considering a second edition through Amazon. Hope you all have a great summer! TTFN...Barb

Our ancestors came from all parts of the globe, fleeing religious & political persecutions, seeking a place of freedom, and a new home. We are Cherokee, Chickasaw, Dutch, English, French, German, Irish, Italian, Scots, and Spanish. We are proud to be a truly American Family! God Bless America!!