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Wordless Wednesday - Getting Ready, 1942

At Camp Gordon, three buddies from Company I, of the 12th Infantry Regiment, Fourth Infantry Division (IVY) are getting ready for World War II in 1942. 52 more words

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Wordless Wednesday - Stephen Mirota and Friends, 1928

This photograph was taken in Readington Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, when Stephen Mirota was 17 years old. It was taken at his family’s farm. That is Pickle’s Mountain in the distance. 52 more words


Remembering the slow time of childhood ~ Six Word Saturday

Remembering the slow time of childhood.

Right around now, someone would comment about how summer was half over. When I was a child, back to school was always after Labor Day. 125 more words


Wales part 5 - 7ish.

I’m back in England. On “proper” soil and with people talking in English accents.. (alright I’m joking I loved my time “abroad”) so lets get some last photos up and explain what I’ve been doing in the last 2 days as I haven’t posted. 249 more words

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday - Elizabeth Doran Rafferty - Irish Beauty

One of the joys of doing genealogy is connecting with cousins. Sometimes these cousins have photographs of family to share, and I feel like I have just hit the lottery. 136 more words


Wales Part 4

16th July

Let the research continue.

A slightly different form of research today. Not spending a day at a record office but instead spending time travelling up to Newport to try and get hold of a copy of Great Granddads birth certificate. 234 more words

Wales Part 3

Let the research begin!!

My whole point of coming to Wales was to do some research into my Great Grandfather and try to find out who his parents were. 288 more words