Table of Contents
Index to the Individual Detail Reports
Individual Detail Report on William Ranslow (1766-?)
Individual Detail Report on Bathsheba Ranslow (1766-?)
Individual Detail Report on Phebe Renslow (1778-?)
WAS RENSLOW-RANSLOW ONCE RENSSELAER?
by Mildred Campbell Cassens.
Origin of the Renslow Name
by David Eitzen
Renslow Family Origins
by Larry Renslow
The Spelling of the Name
by Larry Renslow
Directory of Researchers
Map Showing Renslow, Washington.
Join or leave
Renslow Family History E-mail Discussion Group
Specific information on Renslow Family History.
Specific locations of historical records of the Renslow Family, both on and
off the web.
This is an ongoing project. Come back from time to time to see what's new.
Barbara Zanzig added to Directory of Researchers.
Updated e-mail address for Paul B. Van Buren.
Chuck Renslow added to Directory of Researchers.
Paul B. Van Buren added to Directory of Researchers.
Added link to Surname Web.
I meant to add it June 17, but inadvertently
Moved form for subscribing to the e-mail discussion group to its own
Find it on the Table of Contents.
Added links to SurnameWeb and Surname Ring.
Links to other sites will now open a new browser page (Queries, Renslow Map,
Added form for joining or leaving the Renslow Genealogy Discussion Group.
Added JumpList to the Table of Contents.
The links on the JumpList page will take you to Ranslow-Renslow resources on the Internet.
My intention is to limit the links to web pages with specific Ranslow-Renslow content.
Search engines linked will be genealogy search engines.
I did list one general-purpose search engine, Northern Light, it being my current favorite, but I'm not going to try to keep up with all the many general-purpose search engines coming into existence.
I chose JumpList partly because the site helps me manage the list, but more importantly because the site will allow all of you to add your favorite Ranslow-Renslow resources to the JumpList.
I've been looking for ways to get you folks to help me with all this work.
I hope you won't mind taking a minute to add your favorite links to the JumpList.
The easiest way to add a link is with two browser windows open, one browser open to the JumpList page, and one open to the web page which you want linked.
On the JumpList page, click on ADD, and a window will open with a Submit A Link table.
Copy the url from the web page and paste it in the Location(URL) box in the table.
Copy the page title in the same way, and paste it in the Name box.
Choose a category from the list, write in a short description of what's on the page, add your name, and you're done.
Added Deneige Teague to the Directory of Researchers.
Added Charlotte and Eileen to the Directory of Researchers.
What's New is itself new.
I'll use this column to announce changes to all pages on this site.
Note that Queries and the Renslow, Washington map page are on someone else's sites, so changes to those pages won't be announced here.
The article, The Spelling of the Name, has been moved to its own page, and is available on the menu to the left.
You now have a way to be informed of changes to this page (if you wish).
Fill in your e-mail address in the form below the menu (on the left), and click on OK.
Each time this page is updated, you'll get an e-mail notification.
ChangeDetection assures us that e-mail addresses are kept private.
We now have a Directory of Researchers page. A listing on the page is voluntary--just
send me an e-mail
with the information you want listed.
Look at my listing for an example.
I don't recommend listing your home address, but if you want your home address listed, I'll include it if you send it to me.
For ancestry, I chose the generation following William and Bathsheba for my listing.
This should be adequate for most of us.
If you want to list more recent ancestry, please don't list anyone still living, and definitely stop short of listing your mother's maiden name, unless you don't use it for anything sensitive, like identifying yourself at your bank.