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St. Michael's, Alnwick, England

It’s been a long time since I’ve done a proper cemetery visit with a good camera. I’m in Alnwick, England, having brought some MNSU students over for a study abroad opportunity. 189 more words


How a cemetery can bring life to the dead for researchers of early ancestors; later for them to unexpectedly learn a fellow researcher has passed away. This post is my tribute to Jane "Janie" Ellen Martin Whitty

It happened to me late last night before shutting down the computer.  Maybe it has happened to you too?  Let me try to explain. 

We contact other genealogical researchers; or vice versa.  1,090 more words


Ashland County research aid for Sullivan Township now available from Ashland County Ohio Genealogical Society

Researched and written by Thomas S. Neel, executive director of the OGS Library in Bellville, the new book celebrates Sullivan Township’s bicentennial (1817-2017) and includes transcriptions of all cemetery tombstones, burial records for Southview Cemetery through 1965, 16 more words


Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA

At the end of November 2017 I had the privilege of visiting Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA for a whirlwind 3 day trip. This cemetery opened in 1831 and is still in operation today. 96 more words