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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.

Writing

A Little Mulqueen Family Photo Flashback

Our photo library is a bit thin on photos from my mother’s Mulqueen side of the family, but we do have some nice images worth sharing. 318 more words

Wisconsin

Love Fixer Upper (Roscoe)

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Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2014/10/18/love-fixer-upper-roscoe/ 388 more words

Yegerlehner

The ABC's of City Directories

Happy Archives Month! A wise researcher once said “genealogy without documentation is mythology.” During October, we will be taking a closer look at some of the wonderful genealogical resources available at the Archives and how they can help you dig deeper and possibly solve your family history research problems. 667 more words

Cheyenne

Who Was Phineas Bagg?

 

Introduction

I wrote this article as a self-assigned exercise in applying genealogical proof standards (GPS) to a brick wall.

Following GPS procedures, I did a reasonably exhaustive search of the evidence. 2,478 more words

Research Tips

My Top Ten Genea-Mysteries

About two years ago I posted my top 10 problems and that post actually led to the solution of one of those problems.  So I am trying here, again, and my list today is somewhat different, due to progress made in several areas. 2,197 more words

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