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Veteran's Day: Civil War

I posted once before about some of my family members who have served in the military. My dad and grandpa weren’t part of any war but two of my great-uncles did fight in World War II. 271 more words

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Friday's Faces from the Past

This is from my grandmother’s (Mary (Hummel) Witherell) collection, so I’m assuming the younger woman is someone she knows. This was taken in 1944 and the caption is Betty + (her mom) Shaw . 39 more words

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Wordless Wednesday: Newlywed Christmas

This was the Christmas after my grandparents got married. I LOVE my grandmother’s outfit here!

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Tuesday's Tip: 5-Minute Finds

Some of you may already know about the 5-Minute Find Series on Ancestry’s YouTube channel, but I just found out about it this past week. 154 more words

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Mystery Monday: Stalmacher

My 2nd great-grandfather must have enjoyed messing with future generations. Well no, not really, but sometimes I feel that way because I can’t go further back then him. 601 more words

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Friday's Faces From the Past - Family Gathering

My great-grandmother, Erma (Almy) Witherell is the girl on the far left, in the glasses. I believe that’s her father, Arthur, behind her. The looks of the older couple on the right make me believe this is a Hagerl (Erma’s mother’s family) gathering. 31 more words

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Thriller Thursday! In an illegitimate child kind of way

Yesterday I posted a picture of my 3x great-grandparents, Judson and Nancy Almy. He’s been a main focus in my research lately because of his Civil War record file that I received. 762 more words

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