Yes, basically, the database we've been compiling is the beginnings of a family tree. Until all the pieces are together, it's a lot of small, disconnected family trees.
My connection to the Flandreaus? Well, my wife is a Flandreau. See the postings here on Alexander Flandreau for more details.
I'd be extremely interested in seeing your research. I don't know much about the Flandreaus of White Plains. I do have some of your forebears in the database, including John Flandrow who appears in the 1850 census in White Plains, his son Theodore F. Flandreau, the butcher, and then his son Theodore Jr. working in novelties and living in Portchester in 1908.
At any rate, I would very much like to talk to you and add some of your research to the project. I will send you a message directly...
While you're in Utah, you may want to take note of some of the Flandro family members there; many are also descendants of the Flandreaus of Westchester County.
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