How many of us have these souvenir photos from restaurants? I know I do! *cough Benihana cough*
Here are Uncle Robert and Aunt Olga in New York. 12 more words
It seems that on Sept. 7, 2017, the LDS Genealogy Library discontinued the loaning of microfilm to family history centers. This article outlines the why and how we can continue searching from our home state.
Morpeth is our next stop on Bridget Donovan’s Journey.
As you may recall, Bridget Donovan was an Irish Famine Orphan who was plucked out of Midleton Workhouse in County Cork, Ireland and given passage to Sydney, NSW where she married George Merritt. 1,875 more words
Last week I spent a couple of days in the vicinity of Stratford-on-Avon, best known as William Shakespeare’s birthplace. A couple of photographs from my grand-mother’s collection depict a cottage identified by her daughter, Barbara, as Anne Hathaway’s cottage. 853 more words
Have you ever worried that your old letters, certificates, photographs, maps and diaries are getting damaged whenever you handle them? You want to share them with the family, give everyone the opportunity to connect with long-gone relatives, but you can see creases gradually turning into tears. 308 more words