Oh, you're welcome. I enjoy seeing what I can find. What I did find was what others already found, but still - it's an exciting thing to discover. You just have to verify their work. Also, on that FamilySearch.org, I was recently told of another database they've begun and it's the most fantastic thing I've used yet. It's on their home page, about 2/3 down the page on the left and is called "prototype for searching millions of records". It's vital records of all sorts, including newspaper death notices, from all over the world! For the first time ever, I've been able to locate my ex-husband's family in Census and birth/death records. I've wanted to do that for my kids for a long time, but Hispanic names in the SW are pretty sparse in the records I've accessed. This was GREAT!! And, I found my great-grandmother's official death record from Ohio. I had seen the one from the local paper in 1902, but was never able to locate just where she died. Now I need to get the certificate to find out HOW she died so young at 23 with my grandmother already age 8. Another thing - in many records, they have images of the original document that you can print or save to your computer. Including images of the 1920 Census!! I had so much fun looking there, I stayed up all night researching.
I had never heard of the Colonial Dames - I have an ancestor who was a member of the House of Burgesses. I also discovered in the past five years that my paternal great-grandfather was a Sailor in the Civil War assigned to the USS Minnesota. I have one Rev. ancestor, too, but only recently found him and can't remember his name.
Anyway, good luck!