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One in a Billion

During our summer off, Marty and I were able to indulge in one of our favorite hobbies: ancestry.com. We splurged on a membership a couple of years ago and when we have the time, we go searching for long-lost ancestors. 1,355 more words

Hart Cohen of DC: The Rest of the Story

It’s been a week since I last posted anything new about the DC Cohen family.  I had last written about Solomon Monroe Cohen and his family, the son of Moses, Jr., and Henrietta Cohen.   1,383 more words

Family Information And Updates

How I spent Labour Day

This is one of my favourite pieces from my genealogy collection – my grandfather’s composition book. I’ve shared this particular essay numerous times in the past, but this is the first time on this blog. 275 more words


StoryWorth Squeezes Stories Out of All Your Family Members

There’s family, and there’s business. And then there’s the business of family. By some estimates, the family history and genealogy business is worth billions of dollars. 1,195 more words


Hard Work

Here’s my Great Great Grandfather Alban Boring (far left, white hair) along with my Great Uncle, his grandson, Cecil Boring (4th from the left, standing like a lumberjack). 18 more words


Family Reunion Book Awesomeness

At the end of June, my family gathered for a four day reunion in Bear Lake.  Our reunion began on the 65th anniversary of my grandparent’s wedding day.  612 more words


Devonshire Street Cemetery, Sydney

New to Indexo today are records from the Devonshire Street, Cemetery in Sydney.

The Devonshire Street Cemetery (also known incorrectly as the Brickfield Cemetery or Sandhills Cemetery) was located between Eddy Avenue and Elizabeth Street, and between Chalmers and Devonshire Streets, at Brickfield Hill, in Sydney, Australia. 592 more words

New Records