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Anchored To The Land

They snaked along the surface of the ground
Grasping just below dusty red-brown acidic soil
Fine and fragile unanchoring fibres
Of heritage, position and place in this world… 111 more words


Ancestry is great to know your Family History.

Okay I was on Ancestry and during research on my family history but more with my last name Harrison. I came along with Major General Thomas Harrison and Google him and found him on a Wikipedia page  232 more words

Major General Thomas Harrison

Daily pedigree charts - Donato Matarazzo (b. 1900)

Plenty of connections to my tree here! The closest is that Donato’s mother, Gentilina, is the half-sister of my g-grandfather Antonio Scardetta. Antonio came to the US around 1920 and settled with the Di Virgilio family and several other Nocciano families in Waterbury, CT. 45 more words


Hey guys,

I know I’ve been neglecting this site, but a lot has been going on lately. I’m incredibly excited about what I’m about to share with you guys today. 326 more words


JUST RELEASED! The Omnibus Ancestry, 3rd Edition

Or if you prefer formal titles, The Omnibus Ancestry: 619 Documented American and European Lines.  This newly revised edition extends many ancestral lines, drops a small handful, and adds over 30 new ones since the 2nd edition. 194 more words


The legacy of our forebears

This quote from Peter Hitchens resonated with me. I’ve contemplated those great cathedrals and thought of the skill and art that went into conceiving and constructing them. 57 more words