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The Loyalist Churches of Sorel, Three Rivers, Saint Johns, Chambly and Surrounding Areas

This compilation, prepared by Montreal genealogist Jacques Gagné, looks at the churches frequented by Loyalists who settled in three regions of Quebec in the late 18th century: Trois-Rivières (Three Rivers) and Sorel, east of Montreal on the St. 38 more words


Climbing the Stove (Roscoe)

©2014 copyright owned and transcribed by Deborah Sweeney
Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2014/11/25/climbing-the-stove-roscoe/ 481 more words


Frederick Christian Quast - Death Certificate 1941

Frederick Christian Quast died on 18 Jun 1941 in Ida, Douglas, Minnesota at the age of 94!

Here is an extraction of information from his death certificate: 153 more words

Frederick Christian Quast

Dresses for Boys - 1890's

The photo of this little boy, dated 1890, is my great-uncle Sam.

I was completely in the dark about fashion trends from that time period and wanted to know why my great-grandmother put her cute little son in a dress. 391 more words


A Better Look at the Census

Jesse and Sarah Andrews’ children in the census

Recently I decided to do a search in the 1830 Federal Census for the Andrews children that appear to be missing from Jesse and Sarah Andrew’s home and farm in Ashford, Connecticut.  1,931 more words


Déjà Vu and DNA: Just How Connected Are We?

Have you ever known who was going to call right before the phone rang? Yesterday, I experienced this sort of premonition twice. First, my husband and I were talking about my son’s upcoming soccer practice and whether or not we were going to commute together with his friend and his father. 617 more words


Brick Walls, 2014

My Brick Walls – Research that Frustrates

In the past I have used my blog to share my successes, but of course I have had some problems in my genealogical research. 276 more words