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Our Trip to Paradise - took 25 years

By Bruce Summers, Summoose Tales, Personal Historian

It took us 25 years to finally get on the long beautiful winding road to Paradise. My brother Mike and I married Jackie and Mary respectively in 1989. 391 more words

Life Story Writing

September- National Sickle Cell Awareness Month

I have always been a strong proponent for knowing your family health history. Genealogists should be aware of the advantage of using genetics to not only make a familial connection, but also uncover possible links to hereditary diseases and ailments. 890 more words

Genealogy

Physical Scars

Notes form Monday, 25 September 2009

Physical Scars What physical scars do you have and what are they from?

Scars…There is one right in the middle of my lower forehead between my eyes. 173 more words

Thoughts

Wisconsin Fall Leaf Color Report "http://www.travelwisconsin.com/fall-color-report" and "findagrave.com"

A Perfect Fall Day – a drive in the country to see the autumn leaves on the tree, and a stop at a beautiful cemetery to research family history.   28 more words

A Hanoverian tragedy

August 2014 saw the 300th anniversary of the accession of George I and the beginning of the personal union between the Electorate (later Kingdom) of Hanover and the Kingdom of Great Britain. 1,147 more words

Family History

South Lancashire burial and cremation records go online

All burial and cremation records for Blackburn with Darwen are now available online. 97 more words

Family History

Our Grandparents and the First World War: Minnie Barratt (1906 - 1991)

Minnie was the third child of Thomas and Harriett Barratt. She was born on 12th November 1906 at 120, Brickhouse Lane, West Bromwich in Staffordshire. 389 more words

Family History