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Mystery Monday – The Benton Family

I have a copy of my great-grandmother’s death certificate that I found in the Georgia Archives. Her name is Jennie Benton. She was born in Jasper, GA around 1880. 272 more words

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Census Sunday – The Hughes Family

I found only 2 census records on the Hughes family, 1 for 1900 and 1 for 1910. I have posted a copy of 1 of them for the year 1900. 167 more words

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Surname Saturday – Tripp

The Tripp surname belongs to my mother and her side of the family. Some surname variants include Trip, Trippe, and Tripps.

This surname is English (mainly southern): metonymic occupational name for a dancer, or a nickname for someone with an odd gait, from Middle English trip(p)(en) ‘to step lightly, skip, or hop’ (Old French triper).  66 more words

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Friday's Faces from the Past and Genealogy News

My grandpa, Bobbie, on his first winter, which was technically his second since he was born in January :)

This Week in Genealogy

  • National Genealogical Society – They introduced a new cloud course on…
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Wordless Wednesday: Christmas Postcards

Both were sent to Erma Almy (later Witherell) while she was in California in the early 1920’s.

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Wisdom Wednesday – An Old Family Saying

“The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”

Asian Proverb

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Looking Back in Time - Sisters Sharing

Looking back in time is what my sister and I enjoy doing together. My sister made the first Genealogy Sisters blog post on 16 December 2011, and since then we’ve been going strong in our family research. 220 more words

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