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Jack's poem about spring

Today, after a few days away from pondering, wandering free beside the byways of Stepney Green, bathed in warm sunshine, the chilly north east to which we have returned urged us not to get ahead of ourselves, to wrap up again, re-light the fire and turn our minds to the footfalls of history. 262 more words


Who do you think you are?

Amateur historians dig into their family tree to find out about their ancestors.  Looking at your family tree can give you some idea of what made you who you are.  192 more words

The sense he was born with

Newman, dear Newman, this is all about you. Nobody knows you like I do; I who spend the night hours snuggled beside you, me on my Boggis-bed, you on the vast green mattress, six inches deep and wide enough for all three of us. 550 more words


Use me but as your spaniel

No dog appears to us to become so personally attached to his master or mistress as a Spaniel: it cannot endure to be absent; it will come to the room door and scratch and whine to be admitted, and even patiently wait for hours, until entrance be granted. 578 more words


Precious winners all

In this impromptu shot the gloriously golden Harry, who’d just been judged best of all the Sussex Spaniels at last week’s Crufts, is being lined up for a celebratory snap by a top professional photographer. 417 more words


Motivation Monday - Genealogy Workshop with D. Joshua Taylor

If you keep up with the modern Genealogy world at all you probably know who D. Josh Taylor is.  He is the young genealogist recently starring on “Genealogy Roadshow” and also on several episodes of “Who Do You Think You Are?”.   695 more words

Website And Research Reviews

A Celebrity Connection: Louis Gossett, Junior

Sometimes when doing genealogy research, the world seems very small.  Six degrees of separation becomes more than a Kevin Bacon game, but a reality.  Little did I know that I was… 644 more words

Family Information And Updates