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Canniff Quest

After my huge disappointment from my visit to Family History Library, I have struggled to get back in to my research.  It seems like everything leads to dead ends.  554 more words


On and Off the Grid

Although we’d signed the lease early Tuesday morning, we couldn’t move in ’til Friday night – it was that kind of week, has been that kind of month. 542 more words


“You’d think they’d get that part right!”

Amy Johnson Crow’s post What to Do When the Name on the Record Is Wrong prompted me to write about the strange discovery I made in the GRISIUS family while I was writing up my  1,768 more words


Brick roof line with palm tree and a room with a (pool) view ~

Pretty and spare brickwork against a deep blue sky with a slightly drought-stressed palm tree — in Old Pasadena. Below: a room (mine until June) with a view — of a nice cool and refreshing pool! 6 more words

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The Parade of Masks

Fake it till you make it–well I’ve faked it for so long I don’t know who I really am. The faking, the wearing of masks starts out so innocently–a smile when you really feel like crying because they forgot your birthday. 563 more words

Motivational Monday's: be Brave

At some point in our lives we will hit that brick wall. We may feel like there are no corners to turn or no way to climb ourselves out. 70 more words


Slave Name Roll Project: RELEASING Frank

Following my three part series on the slaves of my 5th grand-father James Sims I’ve made a commitment to write a post on a monthly basis until I’ve RELEASED all of the names of slaves owned by my ancestors. 616 more words

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