Wells Family Genealogy

The study of my Family Tree

20 Mar 2014: New Wells EBAY find March 20, 2014

Filed under: Uncategorized — jgeoghan @ 7:50 pm

While looking around on EBAY a few weeks ago, I came across this little beauty to add to my Wells family collection.  Does anyone know anything about it?  I just though it was really cool to add to my shelf of Wells items but didn’t find much on line to tell me who the Wells of Wells’ Tablets might be.

 

 

Wells-Box

 

15 March 2014 – The books are finally out!! March 15, 2014

Filed under: Uncategorized — jgeoghan @ 5:46 pm

So today I finally published the first two of my novels concerning the Wells Family of Hopkinton, Rhode Island.  YEAH!!!  Only three more to go.  All five books are written so it’s just a matter of finishing the editing and getting them up on Amazon.  I’m aiming to have the last three up by the fall.

The books are called:

The Purity of Blood Volume I and Purity Lost: The Purity of Blood Volume II

They are E-Books and available on Amazon.com for your Kindle or device with the Kindle AP.

My main Character, Sara, shares my Wells family tree so if you’re a Wells with family tracing back to Hopkinton, you might enjoy the books.  I hope you do!!

For more info, check out the novels Facebook page of www.FaceBook.com/JenniferGeoghanNovels

 

It’s almost time!!!!! March 9, 2014

Filed under: Uncategorized — jgeoghan @ 11:55 am

Hello everyone. For those of you who don’t know, I’ve written a series of novels that I’m going to be self-publishing very soon now.  I’m hoping to have the first two novels up for sale on Amazon in about 10 days!!! What I really need is for people to go to the FaceBook page for my books and like it.  It’s www.facebook.com/JenniferGeoghanNovels Would be grateful if you could check it out and like it for me.

As friends/family of the Wells family, these books should be interesting to you as my main character is a genealogist and a member of the Wells family of Hopkinton.  Two main characters in the books are Randall Wells and Lois Maxson, my forth great grandparents.

I’ll be posting again when the books are actually up for sale.

Thanks,

Jennifer