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Paul J. Hungerford, father or son?

Can a City Directory entry confirm a death date?

Let’s take a look at one case where the death date was attributed to the father instead of the son and there was no way of confirming the information. 595 more words

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Grandma's Sheets (Roscoe)

Letter transcription:

Lieut R. S. Yegerlehner USNR
Navy 60
F.P.O. San Francisco Calif.
Aug. 18, 1943

Dear Mark,

Seems as if I wrote John last so it’s about time for one to you – I’ll probably write to John also. 261 more words

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Ancestry.com New Records 2014

Genealogy is like digging for gold. You dig and find a nugget, then another and another, then nothing. Do you stop digging? Is the mother lode just inches away from where you are digging? 3,452 more words

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347/365 - LIVERPOOL RESEARCH

Been able to move things along with great-grampys merchant sea record now that the Liverpool Crew Lists have been put onto Ancestry. Documented a 1904 cargo trip from Liverpool to France, Brazil, Manaos and then back again…at least four more of these (and some) to go. 13 more words

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The Struggles of My Three-times Great-grandparents in the 1870s

The 1870s were not an easy decade for my three-times great-grandparents, John and Jeanette Nusbaum.  Like Jeanette’s sisters Caroline and Mathilde and their families, the Nusbaums confronted some of the effects of the economic depression affecting the country. 1,438 more words

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