A new Two Voices piece here about falling in love, or almost. The first woman’s story (about watching a jacket fall off a chair in a café), didn’t really play out as I thought it would, but I wanted to share the second woman’s, so am going ahead with a single voice here – and her memory of a story. 372 more words
This is another tintype where the mother’s face was cut off the top of the photo. No identifying information, but the baby looks very much like Aunt Annie’s youngest child, Raymond Irl Forkner, and the mother’s torso looks like Aunt Annie. 58 more words
Meedy and Elizabeth Lamb were enumerated on the 1870 US Federal Census in Gordon, Twiggs, Georgia.
Here is the record and extraction:
1870 JUL 5: 1870 US Federal Census; Georgia; Twiggs County; Gordon; p98(written); household 798; family 806; lines 10-14… 150 more words
Each month I will endeavour to put together a list of some upcoming events I have stumbled across in my adventures. They will mainly consist of Webinars, Seminars and Conferences and of course do not cover everything happening in the Genealogical world. 233 more words