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I have just turned on a new migration tool that has been in development for some time. It can be found in the Collections->Caperton History->Caperton Migration. I have always had trouble visualizing in text the migration of our ancestors and for quite a while have been looking for a way to display these migrations. Well I have finally found it. It is a period relevent Map showing the migration paths of our ancestors. The First map shows the first known location of John Caperton and his presumed final resting place. It loads a little slower than I would like, but I think it is worth the wait. Once I get a few more maps online it will be a really nice visual of the "Caperton Diaspora" if you will. Let me know what you think. I have also added several new photos and and a couple of new corrections pages in the book project.

Finally I learned today that JB Childers has passed on. He was an early contributer to this site, and one of the first to send me a GedCom for the Family Tree pages. I know you weren't finished! I will miss you Mr. C.