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An Item To Look For

I found this reference in my genealogy research.  The Moulton name occurs among my English Immigrants who came to New England in the 1600’s.


James A M Turner Family Group Record

Family Group Record of James Ashmer Mullen Turner (01 May 2016)

James Ashmer Mullen TURNER
b. Between 1830 and 1836, Jamaica, Long Island, Queens, New York, USA… 311 more words

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An Open Letter to My New Member "Mom"

First and foremost, I forgive you, though an apology would have been appreciated before you graduated.
You know you “done fucked up.” That is a given. 1,328 more words

Sorority Life


I know these tests have become popular for discovering ethnicity. Heck- I wanted to do it myself. I even ordered the kit. BUT you need to read the fine print and understand that in order to get your results, you are signing away your rights to your DNA sample forever. 57 more words

Ellis Nelson

Sydney Ambury - Royal Northumberland Fusilliers - WW1 and WW2 military service 

I’ve found this letter about my great grandfather Sydney Ambury’s (1885-1944) army service record and his obituary.

I’d love to understand more about what he did and what it meant. 117 more words



This is a newspaper article from the Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle dated Tuesday 03 Dec 1918. The article reports the welcome home recieved by my Grandmother’s brother (

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Column: Needles in Haystacks Sometimes Fall From the Sky

Between today and Wednesday, my genealogy column, Roots to the Past, is available in the following Atlantic Canada newspapers:

Saturday: The Citizen (Amherst)

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