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Amanuensis Monday: 27-31 July 1946

Saturday 27 July 1946

Just moved in our new + own home. Worked at B. Tel. Helped moved some of things over. Am sleeping for the first time in my new bed. 277 more words

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(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

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Wordless Wednesday: A Moment in Time

I love this picture for two big┬áreasons: 1) I love the way my great-grandma is looking at my great-grandpa and 2) I’d love to think that this was a full belly laugh my great-grandpa is giving. 37 more words

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Amanuensis Monday: May 18-20 1943

There were only a few entries for 1943 in my grandmother’s journal. They are crossed out and I believe it’s because they aren’t from her. These three entries have different writing, different scenarios (like a job) and different people mentioned than when it was my grandmother’s voice. 120 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery

While in Sligo, one of the things I really wanted to visit was Carrowmore. The walk from town was pretty and a bit unique. No sidewalks or anything, just country walking. 445 more words

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Amanuensis Monday: May 15-17, Aug 1, 7-8, and Dec 24-25 1944

These are the last of the 1944 posts. There are a few 1943 that I’ll post next Monday and then a few 1946 that I’ll post the Monday after that. 291 more words

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Freedom in the Danish West Indies

Today, July 3rd is Emancipation Day a Holiday throughout the US Virgin Islands formerly the Danish West Indies. Emancipation Day commemorates the day in 1848 when enslaved Africans on St. 277 more words

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