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George Booth

George Booth – results from a day of research.

Sarah Vernon, a granddaughter of one of my Pye family, married George Booth in 1899 in Staffordshire.   374 more words


Missing Documents at the Courthouse

This article has some excellent tips on tracking down those hard to find documents and records at the courthouse. Thanks to Genealogy Insider and Diane Haddad… 85 more words


Hamilton Hour

Yesterday, I was perusing through some architecture schools, and before I knew it, I was on the streets. Okay, before you panic, let me clarify – I am not suddenly homeless. 488 more words


Favorite Posts: October 2014

And just like that, another month comes to a close. As much as I enjoyed all of my October adventures in Chattanooga, Wilkesboro, and Raleigh, I’m happy about slowing down again. 45 more words

Weekend Recap

Finding Your Roots + My Brick Wall (one of them anyway)

So, who’s been watching Finding Your Roots? *Raises hand* Me!! I have to thank this show for making me pick up where I’ve left off with my genealogy brick wall/dead-end. 122 more words


Höst, Copenhagen

   Höst; definitely in my top 3 of good looking restaurants with its concrete floor, brick walls, wooden ceiling, black and white chairs, perfect ceramics and delicious looking food.  44 more words


Brick Walls

It’s been a while since I posted a quote, and I’ve had this one on my mind this week. Have you read The Last Lecture… 166 more words