My name is Deborah Jean Perron (birth) Champion (adoption) Phillips (marriage); and I am the Site manager of this Web site.
My site is named "The Crossroads" because that is the place where families come together. I had one mother and two fathers. I wish to bring honor to all of my family Ancestors and Descendants, by documenting this journey back through time. My genealogy research is focused on the following families: Perron (birth father), Reno (birth mother), Champion (adoptive dad), Real & Callahan (paternal grandmother's lines), Keating & Goss (maternal grandmother's birth & adoptive lines), and Weeks-Phillips (my daughters' fathers' lines).
The earliest photo I have is from 1891 of my maternal great-grandmother, Elizabeth Ann Keating. The earliest Perron event is the birth of Jehan Peron circa 1550 in France (probably in the Aunis area). The most recent events are the birth of my 7th grandchild and the birth of Saoirse Jess Horan. This site is still being developed. I will be expanding the pages and content as I go along. You may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also invited to sign the <Link to guestbook>. Thank you for visiting!
"Mrs Grace F Kerr of North Wilbraham, announces the engagement of her daughter, Betty-Jean Reno, to George J Perron, son of Mr and Mrs George M Perron of Chestnut street. The wedding will take place at Sacred Heart Church on Monday the 30th...."
"YMCA Official praises response. Seeks others for Servicemen's programs. Springfield is responsing wholeheartedly to requests for Tuesday night entertainment for servicemen at the YMCA, according to Walter Allen of the Y staff.
Rose Mary Penan [should be Perron] and Betty-Jean Reno, pupils at Billy Syner's studio, volunteered as tap dancers, as have......."