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(Almost) Wordless Wednesday - Christmas 1961

I love this photo because Mary and James look so happy, with their arms wrapped around each other. A simple Christmas tree decorated with old ornaments, tinsel, and candy canes still seems perfect to me. 109 more words

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Christmas Tour of Blogs

Geneabloggers are an amazing group of family historians. They use their blogs to document their family history while taking advantage of the many social elements of blog platforms to find other geneabloggers. 102 more words

Bits & Bytes

The Cradle, The Altar, The Grave

Today I was directed to a new Australian genealogy blog, Underneath the Flight Path. In the article I first read there was a link to a post… 61 more words

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The Strongly-Maybe Pile

Thanks to Geneablogger Leanne for granting me permission to quote from her recent blogpost.

The Strongly-Maybe Pile: We all have them, I’m sure; records, clippings, and snippets of information put aside that… 47 more words

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Photo Friday: James Aloysius Corrigan

Aunt “Sissy” Rattigan saved the Treasury Department envelope, “Important: Contains U.S. Savings Bonds” recycled to store important photographs and newspaper clippings.  My husband identified this 1912 candid as his grandfather, James Aloysius Corrigan. 91 more words

Photography

The A to Z of Blogs I Keep An Eye On...

The Letter ‘G’

Continuing on with my series of posts about blogs that I follow, this week I share with you the ones beginning with the letter ‘G’: 126 more words

Australian Genealogy

We Were Mentioned on Geneabloggers!

The wonderful people at Geneabloggers.com mentioned us in an article.  Special thanks to Michelle Ganus Taggart.  You may check out the interview at Geneabloggers.

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