This site was created for the preservation of any & all ancestral information & data
Lu Dawn could / can get her paws on and is dedicated to her children for memories!
Lu Dawn Ross was born in Nevada, Missouri one of two daughters born to Colin Ross & Mildred
Lu Dawn grew up in Laconia & Keene New Hampshire
Attended High School in Keene, New Hampshire graduating there in 1963.
Met & Married Paul L. Fassett and had two sons & one daughter, all in N.H.
She graduated the ADN Program at Robeson Community College, Lumberton, N.C. in 1988.
She has worked in Nursing in N.H., Maine, N.C., DE, Vicenza, Italy & Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Nursing concentrations :
Maximum Security Prison
Labor & Delivery
Mental Health Group Home
Minimum Security Prison Hospital
Her travels have taken her to:
A few of the Greek Islands
Vicenza, Italy, USA 45th Field Hospital
Isla De Elba, Italy
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center
North Carolina, Cape Fear Valley Medical Center
New Hampshire, Cheshire Hospital
Delaware, Kent General Hospital
Maine, Rumford Community Hospital
Grand Forks, North Dakota
Little Rock, Ark.
In 1980 Lu Dawn, her sister, mother, daughter and niece traveled by car to Missouri to get a grasp on their
That was a memorable trip and although we were unable to retrieve some of what we were searching for, we
did retrieve a goodly amount of valuable information & data and we had tons of fun doing so.
Lu Dawn began her family genealogy searching endeavors in the late 1970's and continued same through the
Since then her searches have been few and sporatic. With the death of Mildred, "Momma" in 2004, Lu
Dawn decided to attempt to put everything all together in some sort of organized format.
Back in the 1970's & 1980's aides such as the internet were all just about unheard of.
One had to write actual letters and post them, then wait forever in some cases, for responses.
These were exciting times. Excitement like the feeling of anticipation walking in from the mailbox
reading a letter and repeating the names over and
over -"Susan Dietlou Dutton". She knew that name. She had seen it. She had copied it down.
She had it in a file. Yuppers! She was able to connect this woman to a John Fassett after years of searching by
the letter writer!
It is moments like that, that we ametuer genealogists live for.
It is hoped that your visit to this site is a joyful one, in which you can link to your past and
There are so many Surnames for any searcher to consider.
This site intends to address most of these Surnames in one way or another.
In the words of Uncle Billy Rex Hilton:
"Permission to use and re-produce any part of this effort is granted herewith to any person of an