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Fernwood Cemetery, Lansdowne, PA Burial Records

In 2013, I discussed How to Locate your Ancestors at Fernwood Cemetery in Lansdowne, PA.  Thanks to ancestry.com, there’s a new and improved method!

Ancestry has been regularly adding records to its Pennsylvania and New Jersey Church and Town records collection. 215 more words


Findagrave Hacks

I recently exported the 380+ photo requests for Fernwood Cemetery in Lansdowne, PA and exported them to an Excel spreadsheet so that I could edit and manipulate the data. 203 more words


French Canadians in Ontario

Jacques Gagne, a member of the Quebec Family History Society, located in the Montreal area has been creating research compilations over a number of years. This particular compilation “ 89 more words


My Great-grandmother's Brother James Leon Seligman: Philadelphia to Santa Fe to Salt Lake to Santa Fe

My great-great-grandparents Frances Nusbaum and Bernard Seligman had three children who survived to adulthood: my great-grandmother Eva, whose adult life I’ve written about here, and her two younger brothers, James and Arthur, my great-great-uncles.  1,004 more words


The Check Is in the Mail (Roscoe)

Note: It appears that the v-mail of June 26th is not in the collection so the exact details of Ruthie Parttens’ accident are currently unknown. 414 more words


Reminder: Capturing Collective Memories Event, Saturday, October 25th, 1:30 p.m.

Seniors from Clyde River and surrounding communities and those with connections to the community are invited to attend the second Capturing Collective Memories Event at Riverview Community Centre in Clyde River on Saturday, October 25th, 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.  385 more words


Highland Cattle

No pictures of Scotland would be complete without Scottish Highland Coos.

The first two pics are from Culloden. The third is from Loch Lomond. The last three are from the Scone Palace grounds, where the ancient Scottish kings were invested.