This is our "Links Page" to the various Sites within Family Fireside and Hyperlinks to outside our Site. In order to return to this page you will need to use your back button on a few occasions. We will be adding new Links often.The Christmas Sites remain year round.
The Genealogy includes Sites for the following families; Hatton, Potter, Munson, Hinman, Bliss, Rowley. The Descendants of Revolutionary, Civil War and Mayflower, plus a tribute to September 11th., 2002 is always under construction and growing.
Sullivan County, PA, Genealogy
This is the "Dam Site" just as it was being finished about 1938. There is a stream in the back and a small dam..thus the name Dam Site. We spent many a summer day there and had a lot of family gatherings. It was quite large,so there were often 30-40 family members or friends staying. A trout stream ran in the back, not visible, ended in a waterfall . My grandfather died here. This was originally the summer home. There was one more log cabin called the little cabin. It was constructed as a place to stay while the larger Log home was being built. It was a beautiful place and fall was especially beautiful.
Taken in the fall of 1999 near my father's place. There were deer just a few feet away at 2:30 P.M. !
World Trade Center Flag saved by David Bliss
To Chapel under Construction
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Click and Sign the 9-11 Quiltu
Lawi-Saquick, a novel by Ernest Hatton
, an Historial Novel by Ernest A. Hatton 2nd.
Online Chapel built in honor of Anna Marie " Exley" Hatton
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This is our Computer Help Site for Fireside Family Members. Answwers to lots of questions, Quick Scan of you computer, how to eliminate or reduce spam, how to stop pop ups. Lots of Feebies to Family Fireside Members. This section will GROW ! text.
Our Special Links Site.
The quilt is now archived!
Christmas Pages
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Copyright E. Hatton
Family Photographs
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