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My family history project is underway!

The visit to Lewisburg today was a good one.  My cousin and his wife were very gracious to spend several hours with me going through files, looking for pictures and documents pertaining to my grandparents lives.   318 more words


Tomorrow, I begin my family history journey . . . .

One of the projects I plan to work on post-retirement is a story that has fascinated me for several years, but I never had time to devote to it. 269 more words

Who am I, who are you?

Does researching your family tree tell you who you are? Or does it just help your imagination to solve that question.? How can finding your roots and having a wonderful family tree tell anything about yourself? 558 more words

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Graveyard Research

One of the best genealogical resources available (and at little or no cost) is that of graveyard research. 

This research is made a lot easier by the fact that in the U.S. 459 more words


A Site to Finding Our Cousins or other Extended Family

I am always looking for ways to find new family members. Below is something I learned about and started to use to find more of my family members. 135 more words


Tombstone Tuesday - Thomas William Barnes

Thomas W. Barnes

Middlesex – Thomas William Barnes, 69, died Sunday in Somerset Medical Center, Somerville.

Born in Yonkers, N.Y., Mr. Barnes was a Middlesex resident for the past 40 years.

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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

Family Names