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Stodge and Starch

My husband was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. His family left Scotland when he was about five to join a family member in Canada. They eventually made their way South and settled in the USA.   1,848 more words

1861 census

1861: 11 Manchester Street West, Marylebone, London

John B [R] O’BRIEN, Head, Married, M 48, MD Glasgow MRC Surg Edinburgh MRC Phy London, Ireland

Celia M, Wife, -, F 30, -, Preston Lancashire… 174 more words

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Rents Rise in Ridgewood

The neighborhood of Ridgewood in the borough of Queens was once a true blue collar community; relying on the manufacturing and industrial sectors of the economy to provide good-paying jobs for it’s residents. 226 more words


A Journal of Shelton Ancestry - Volume 1, Issue 1

Inside This Issue:

  • The First Census of the United States – 1790
  • The United States in 1790
  • Heads of Households in Virginia 1782-1785 – SHELTON…
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Liberals will find key to undoing Harper’s agenda in his infamous ‘firewall’ letter | Ottawa Citizen

A good in-depth and must read piece by Andrew Potter on how the ‘firewall’ letter was implemented from Ottawa, and the tactics behind implementation of the ideology: 683 more words


Holocaust documents trove unearthed in Budapest apartment

More than 6,000 historically valuable documents, long thought destroyed during the war, found hidden in wall cavity by couple renovating apartment…

Source: Holocaust documents trove unearthed in Budapest apartment 23 more words

Second World War

Update: Adjusted divorce risk, 2008-2014

Quick update to yesterday’s post, which showed this declining refined divorce rate for the years 2008-2014:

On Twitter Kelly Raley suggested this could have to do with increasing education levels among married people. 349 more words

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