|Family periodical and web site launch! *updated 2/12/03
Geneology free family crests project
Geneology is very important to me and recently one of my cousin's contacted me to introduce herself because she had come across my web site while doing family tree geneology research. That is so exciting to me! You can find her introduction on the guestbook. (Thank you Lorelle!) That inspired me to make this page dedicated to the purpose of reaching out to relatives interested in starting and maintaining a database to help us stay in touch and combine current and historical information.
When I was born, my mother named me David Vincente McGunn. She was unable to raise me and put me up for adoption. So, my family geneology becomes more fun, because I was adopted by Phillip and Judith Cook who re-named me Jason because they already had a son David. We moved to Silver City, NM and I grew up there in that small rural town. For an idea of the geography, the nearest towns are Las Cruses NM, El Paso TX Tuscon and Phoenix AZ. I have since reconnected with my birth mother McGunn, birth father Williamson and have worked on some heraldry research. The story gets more exciting every day! ...more about Jason McGunn.
I am excited about the project of shaping this web site into a family database for geneology, sharing stories and staying in touch with those who are interested. This is an ongoing project that will include regular updates, so visit often and I invite your input, suggestions and participation. Everyone has something to contribute! So, I appreciate you for helping me with your response. This has already become an immediate success based on wonderful response from cousin Lorelle and Edward. I look forward to hearing from you!
This project is designed to make contact with every relative possible through geneology research. As you contact me, I will build web sites of communication with your branch of the family. Click here for an example of current heraldry research for McGunn.
Free family crests and free family coat of arms are interesting to me. I am currently doing geneology research. Our family migrated from the county of Cork in Ireland arriving in Michigan because of the potato famine in 1840. We shortened our name from MacElgunn to McGunn once in America. Schnepp is one surname including many more that will be listed soon.