Sources of Information for Stephen Picton
other Picton Information Sources
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Picton Religious Genealogical Worship Journey- Over the last 3,000 years - by Owen Picton
Stephen Picton (1825-1896) in a Historical Context- Related to Local Kansas Information and Nearby Welsh Immigration Stories (My Great Grandfather)
Stephen Picton DNA Y Chromosome L??? Family Tree - Which all direct line male Picton's inherit
Picton DNA Project Overview - August-2017 - by Brian Swann
Picton Prospecting and Gold Mining Stories plus one with relationship to Beginning of The Pre-Cold War with Russia - Related to the Stephen Picton family-
LAND TAX RETURN FOR WHITECHURCH AND LLANFAIR NANTGWYN 1786
Early Known Picton Names - (Mostly Years 1276 - 1650)
Ancient Picton Documents - (Mostly Written between 1276 and 1650)
Internet Sources for Local History - Some in areas of Eastern Kansas and Eastern Nebraska and the World
Slebech and Picton Castle Community- (How we arrived at the current community)
Excavation of 50 skeletons- over a 1000 years old found in Pembrokeshire Wales
Restoration of “Big House” at Landshipping- Restoration of a house called “Big House” at Landshipping across the river from Picton Castle. “Big House” was believed to have been built in the early 1800’s and may have been built to mimic and partly copy Picton Castle. The owner of “Big House” was a political rival to the family that owned Picton Castle for a seat in Parliament in London.
Garden Pit Disaster- This is a memorial to those who died in this disaster in1844. The Garden Pit Disaster is one of the worst mining disaster to have occurred in the world. It was at Landshipping across the river from Picton Castle. A number of Picton men died in this disaster.