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The O’Hara Cemetery, Gaspé

Author: Jim Caputo

Photos: Courtesy of Jim Caputo

 Located in the very heart of the city of Gaspé lies an ancient burial ground — the O`Hara Cemetery. 432 more words


Like Some People Talk (Roscoe)

Letter transcription:

Lieut. R. S. Yegerlehner USNR
Navy 60
F.P.O. San Fran. Calif.
Aug 5, 1943

Dear Mother,

Again there is no mail – That letter (v-mail) I received on Aug. 237 more words


The Loyalist Churches of the Gaspe Peninsula

Following the War of the American Revolution, those who had remained loyal to the British felt compelled to leave the newly independent United States. While most settled in what is now Ontario, Nova Scotia and Quebec’s Eastern Townships, some moved to the Gaspé Peninsula of eastern Quebec. 205 more words


A Radio (Roscoe)

©2014 copyright owned and transcribed by Deborah Sweeney
Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2014/11/17/a-radio-roscoe/ 244 more words


A Relative History

I was never very good at math, and I might be a bit excitable, but my “fiftieth” blog post last week was actually my 49th, derelict I know. 1,216 more words


Fabulous Tip of the Day – Facebook Groups

Katherine R. Willson, a highly acclaimed public speaker and genealogist has put together a comprehensive 120 page free download of genealogy related Facebook groups. The links include groups located all over the world. 164 more words


Madison County, Alabama, Marriage Records

Similar to other Alabama counties, Madison County’s marriage records vary in genealogical value, depending on the time period in which they were created. One of the state’s oldest counties, Madison County, Alabama, was formed on 13 December 1808 as part of the Mississippi Territory.  889 more words