Gerrans (Cornish: Gerens) is a coastal civil parish and village on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is situated approximately seven miles (11 km) south-southeast of Truro. The name Gerrans derives from Gerent, a 6th-century Cornish saint. The parish runs north-south along the eastern side of the Roseland peninsula. It is bounded to the south and east by the sea, to […]More
Daniel Greig Babb
I serve as the Genealogist for the Babb Family Association and am delighted to call myself a 5th generation Texan. I do my best to assemble a master tree for the Association that includes over 17,000 people. My purpose in life is to rescue and restore the the artifacts associated with the Babb Surname and to uncover the origin of the manifold Babb lines through DNA testing and traditional research.
I began having trouble with the synchronized Master Tree on Ancestry and had to break the link and then re-upload it. There was only one day of work that was lost and I’m working to recover that now. I’ve setup a “Vanity” URL that will redirect you to the tree automatically should this ever happen […]More
As I continue to pursue connecting as many Cornwall Babbs as possible, I came across a record from the 1851 Census that demonstrates a connection between Cornwall Pedigree 02 & Cornwall Pedigree C. It isn’t an exact connection but shows that the families are related so that we know they belong together, even though the […]More
Long time members will likely realize how incredible this event is. I had long believed that the line was extinct and that there was little or no hope of meeting one in the flesh (or via email at least). The Barvarian Babb line has the unique distinction of being the only known line of Babbs […]
I was contacted by a a new member about adding his information to the Master Tree. His Surname is Babbs, the plural variation of our name. We have no idea why some families adopted the trailing “s” but they are definitely part of our extended family. His family traces back 9 Generations to Henry Babbs […]