Poor Law Union Immigrants To Canada by Lorine McGinnis Schulze
I’ve been following Lorine’s blog for several years. She has an extensive resource on all things genealogy. 173 more words
It takes a lot of energy for a Spirit to audibly make noise, whether that noise be cupboards opening, floor boards creaking, or the sound of conversation in the distance. 926 more words
Machias Valley News Observer, Wednesday, June 3, 1936. The Burnham Tavern is a historic landmark of the Revolutionary War.
My maternal ancestor, Joseph Getchell Jr., fought the British in the rebellion for independence of the American colonies to prevent the British from taking their primary resources: timber for ships and their hard-earned money, taxation without representation. 387 more words