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The Leicestershire Poacher (1)

When I was bound apprentice in famous Leicestershire, I soon took up with poaching … with apologies to that most prolific of composers: Trad.

This is an example of having to go forwards to work backwards. 401 more words



A poor and unhappy man can be said to be a person who does not use the common sense principles of LEASE.

The common sense for wealth management can be summarized in the following words LEARNING, EMPLOYMENT, ACCUMULATION, SAVINGS, ENGAGEMENT (LEASE or lease of life). 751 more words


BYU Family History Interns Travel the Globe

Lauren spent several weeks in Spain for her internship.  Here is her report:

I spent four weeks working alongside a professional genealogist as we located the ancestors of several of her clients in Spain and southern France. 352 more words

Luke Ogle of Eglingham Hall (1580 - 1604) - DNA Match

Luke Ogle of Eglingham Hall is my 10x great-grandfather, his descendants were parliamentarians and supported Cromwell during the English Civil War, The Ogle family also supported King Richard III during the period known as the Wars of the Roses and many fought at the Battle of Bosworth. 270 more words


More stuff

John W, our handyman, stopped by yesterday to look at David’s shower and our archaic and overly large treadmill, and give us an estimate for repairing the first and hauling the latter to Habitat for Humanity where he works part-time.   358 more words


Charles Densberger

Charles Densberger was the son of John Henry Densberger and Mary Alice Stineman. He was born on May 26, 1899. He is listed in the 1900 United States Federal Census with his parents, his half brother, Harry S. 26 more words

Family History

Regarding my Mother - Edith

My mother’s name is not Edith.She does not have a pension with Boilermaker-Blacksmith National Pension Trust. She is not dead.

I’d be OK if her name were Edith although since my middle name is her first name, maybe I wouldn’t. 986 more words