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S: Sabel-Caffery Family Tree

FC: Just one leaf from a tree...

1: Great Grandparents | Grandparents | Parents | VivianMarie Caffery | Bruce Edward Sabel | Ruth Ann Cummins

2: Permilla Batchelor 1853-1930 | Huldah King 1822-1897 | William S. Batchelor 1816-1896 | Eliza Belle Thompson 1883-1965 | Charles P. Thompson 1846-1932 | Elizabeth J. 1820-1880 | Raymond Thompson 1808- | Nancy Fowler 1788-1845 | Eleazar King 1784-1854 | Alice Odom 1790-1848 | Wilson R. Batchelor 1775-1858

3: Where do we come from? When did we get here? Where did they live....?

6: Grandmother

8: When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses. ~Joyce Brothers

10: Pierre Crepeaux, AKA Peter Crapo Born in Bordeaux, France in 1668 According to family histories, Peter was one of 5 survivors of a shipwreck off Buzzard's Bay, MA, around 1680-82. Pierre Crapo (born 1657), his father, also had a son Francois, who is recorded as the commanding Captain of the Bonaventure, in the record recording his marriage in Port Royale, Canada, on September 9, 1705 to Marie Mius, daughter of Abraham Mius and Marguerite de Saint-Etienne de la Tour, both of France. Francis is said to

12: Alice Ireod Lake born in 1621 in Lancashire England. Died June 5th, 1651 in Suffolk, Massachusetts. She was tried, convicted and executed in the Salem Witch Trials. The claim against her was that the devil was coming to her in the form of her deceased, beloved child. Records show that on the day of her execution

13: she did not recant her story, but said she knew why God was punishing her.She had engaged in sex prior to marriage, become pregnant, and attempted a self-abortion. Alice had a descendant who was a medical doctor who spent many years researching her story.

14: We know where we came from, we know where we’ve been, and we know whom we are. We were fishermen, we hunted small game and waterfowl, we dug up roots and bulbs, we gathered nuts and berries, and we trapped the fur-bearing animals for our clothing. We lived in makeshift shelters, lean-tos and wickiups. We migrated westward to the banks of the Big River, in search of a certain Sacred Tobacco Plant, which was to be found in a mountainous region. We retained all of our survival skills, but we became farmers. “We didn’t stay there too long and we moved on, but for some reason we spoke the same language, which is still used today, after some two thousand years.” | History of the Apsáalooke The Crow Tribe

15: NoVitals with many of his family and friends of the Real Water Band, of the Awashe, broke from the band, in search of the Sacred Tobacco Plant. This was the exodus that commenced the Great Migration. We migrated throughout the northern and southern plains, where we came upon lakes with salt on their banks. We ventured into Canada twice but the Sacred Tobacco Plant could not be found. NoVitals has passed away during the migration on the Great Plains. It was his son who carried on this quest and fasted on Cloud’s Peak and saw The Sacred Tobacco Plant glowing on the east slopes of the Big Horn Mountains, where “Raven Owner Was Badgered.” The Sacred Tobacco Society was initiated about this time, and that was the beginning of the Apsáalooke Nation. We picked up and adopted various aspects of our Apsáalooke way of life, as we progressed from one era to another.

16: Mother | Grand Mother | Grand Father | Great Grand Father | Great Grand Father | Great Grand Mother | Great Grand Mother

17: Father | Grand Mother | Grand Father | Great Grand Father | Great Grand Father | Great Grand Mother | Great Grand Mother

20: Our most treasured family heirlooms are our sweet family memories.

22: Mother | Grandmother | Grandfather | Great Grandfather | Great Grandfather | Great Grandmother | Great Grandmother

23: Father | Grandfather | Great Grandfather | Great Grandfather | Grandmother | Great Grandmother | Great Grandmother

25: Great Grandparents | Parents | Grandparents

26: 900's

27: 800's

28: 700's | Godefrid

29: Warnichin Werniche von Ervern von Saxony 710-768 Gunhilde von Ruegen, Germany 710- | King Wittekind "The Kind" von Saxony 732-807 Geva Siefgriedsdottir of Denmark 736-807 | Duke Wigebart von Saxony 752-825 Sindacilla De Friesland, Netherlands 756-800 | Bruno VonSaxony 785-843 Suana DeMonfort, France. Duchess of East Saxony 790-835 | | 600's | Ingjald Braut Onundsson - "The Wicked", Last King of the Yngling dynasty of Sweeden 660-682 King Sighard Sigismund von Saxony, Germany 630-691 Queen Julanda von Saxony 645-675 | King Dieterick Theodoric von Saxony 670-740 Queen Dobiogera Dobzogera von Wenden 683-740 | Duke Liudolf, "The Great" Billung, Saxony, Germany 806- 864

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