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The Nebraska Armsteads
A short bio of Job Armstead


Descendants of W.W. Burch
In 1862 William W, his brother Jim and a man named Johnson walked from Des Moines, Iowa to Colorado. All they had with them were back packs and a rifle apiece.

Growing up in Hygiene and Boulder County
Frank Burch Recalls Incidents of His Boyhood In Boulder County

The Burch and related families in Early Hygiene, Colorado
snippets from the Hygiene News column in the Longmont Ledger, 1887-1915.

The Burch Brothers in Iowa
From "Pioneers of Marion County".

John Burch, Revolutionary War Soldier
In 1776 while living in Prince William Co, Va., John Burch, Jr. was called out with the militia of Virginia.


Early Cochrans
Wanda Burch Armstead discusses her Cochran research

James & Grace Cochran
Married at Valmont, Colorado, Jul 21, 1864


Early Rannells Immigrants
Early Rannells family immigrants from Ireland

Early Rannells Pioneers
Two of Valmont, and Longmont's first residents

Lee Hill Schoolhouse
Wanda Burch Armstead recalls attending this historic country school.

Currently researching the following family names:

Armstead, Burch, Carter, Cochran, Elliott, Frye, Hoof, Knable, Rannells, Ripley, Dovener