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The Ballinderry Middle Church

Forgotten Graves…

During my very recent trip “back home” I spent much of my time documenting cemeteries, grave yards and family burial grounds in Northern Ireland.  319 more words

Family History

WHO is it Wednesday photo for August 13, 2014

Yesterday’s WHO is it Wednesday photo was kind of unfair…there was virtually no chance that anyone would know who the handsome young gentleman was! Actually, we chose the photo because we just happened to run across it in our collection of identified local men and the picture was so striking, we just couldn’t resist trying to learn more. 698 more words

Springfield

Let go...

Just called my mom. She is on morphine. They had to hold the phone up to her ear. I was able to tell her it’s ok for her to let go and that I love her and I was able to remind her about her one job left. 298 more words

Mother

Have you ever wondered?

BBC’s Who do you think you are?  discovered Brian Blessed has an ancestor with the wonderful name of Jabez Blessed; ITV’s Secrets of the Clink… 83 more words

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Family History

Course reference number:  C2333598

Who do you think you are?   This course seeks to develop confidence in researching family history, individually and with others, and presenting discoveries as reliable evidence for the wider historical enterprise. 65 more words

Leicester

Miller and Shepherd: "Blogging as Social Action: A Genre Analysis of the Weblog"

Miller, Carolyn R. and Dawn Shepherd. “Blogging as Social Action: A Genre Analysis of the Weblog.” Into the Blogosphere: Rhetoric, Community, and Culture of Weblogs… 325 more words

Composition

Louis Abbot of Saint-Denis

For the past few months I have been trying to find the connection between Louis Abbot of Saint Denis and Mormaer Donachadh. There are many documents showing that they are not related but there also a number of records showing that they are. 268 more words

Geneaology