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Tombstone Tuesday: Eva (Raifsnider) Donahue

Eva Raifsnider I have a bit of a soft spot for. She’s my great-grandmother’s older sister and closest in age to her as well. I found documents with both Eva and Ada in school census records, in fact. 363 more words

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Seven Days in the Life of a Blog

This evening the Geneadictionary is one week old..

I am thrilled with the response I have had from the geneablogging community. There have been encouraing comments on the blog, the URL has been shared on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ by my geneablogging friends and the blog has received mentions on two “Best of the week” type lists. 263 more words

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Wedding Wednesday - William Hall and Sarah Tierney - 1861

The wedding of my great-great-grandparents, William John Hall and Sarah Tierney, took place at Saint Anne’s Church of Ireland, on 13 May 1861. It is always so exciting to find family records from over one hundred fifty years ago! 533 more words

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Amanuensis Monday: December 24 1946

Tuesday 24 December 1946

Bob, Press, Mom, Ned, Dad, + I stayed home + played cards. Gave mom her coffee table. Jack + Marge came over. 64 more words

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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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Amanuensis Monday: August 9-16th 1946

Friday 9 August 1946

Dear Diary,

Went to work. After work met Char. went shopping with Pat + her. Bought me a horse picture, sketching paper + pencil carons. 502 more words

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Friday's Faces from the Past: 1921 California Students

My great-grandmother is the last girl on the left. I know that the Almy family went out to California during this time, along with my great-grandmother’s grandpa, Judson Almy. 204 more words

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