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Schrödinger’s Woman

Choosing names for fictional characters can always be tricky because, I have been told, a name is what and who they are.

Musings

1919 Wedding of Florence Crouse and Kenneth Duncan

Star Herald, Oct. 16, 1919, Washburn, Maine

The marriage of Miss Florence Crouse, youngest daughter of Mrs. Adeline Crouse to Mr. Kenneth Duncan, youngest son of W. 165 more words

Genealogy

Let my Family Genealogy Blog begin!

I have always wanted to learn how to blog about my hobby – Family Genealogy but never had the time to really dive into it while I was working full time. 129 more words

Blogging

Smarylla Thatchet - Amarylla Thatchet - Emarylla Thatchet

If you’ve been reading how-to genealogy books then you know that transcriptions errors that create spelling mistakes are a hazard of family history. I have been chewing on one for years! 122 more words

Genealogy

Family Photos

I’ve added a page in for family photos, mostly for photos of unidentified relatives, or for people I haven’t started writing about yet.  I’m also going to start the stories of as many people as I can as it takes too long to try and focus on only one person at a time until their story is finished.  15 more words

Genealogy

Easter Challenge

My grandmother started the tradition of baking a lambie cake for Easter. I love Easter as it is the beginning of spring and always falls around my birthday. 92 more words

Genealogy