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Back in May, I was a recent college graduate who started a genealogy blog in the midst of applying for teaching positions, moving out of an apartment and studying to take the Praxis.

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The Heartbreaking Story of Berthold Goldschmidt

As seen in my last post, as far as I’ve been able to determine, of the eight children born to Jacob Goldschmidt and Betty Goldschmidt, only their son Berthold survived to adulthood. 1,364 more words



On this day, 100 years ago an IMechE member died due to WWI.

Robert Frearson Domleo: 10th December

Graduate 1912.

Apprenticed to Midland Railway.

Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, Temporary 2nd Lieutenant (promoted 12 May 1917). 212 more words


Townships of Pontiac, Gatineau Counties, plus the Township of Hull

Prior to the arrival of the first European settlers, the area around the Gatineau hills of Quebec, north and west of Ottawa, was the home of the Anishnabe Algonquin First Nations people. 293 more words


Life of Idleness for 13 years, England, 1938

Daily Herald 13 May 1938


Life of Idleness for Thirteen Years

A Statement that he had lived a live of idleness for the past 13 years was made at a meeting of creditors of Mr. 151 more words


FindMy Past Fridays December 7, 2018

A bit behind as I forgot about adding the post until it was too  late for me to get it done timely, but backdating it to yesterday. 289 more words


Kissing Cousins: Betty and Jacob Goldschmidt, Married but Buried in Different Towns

I have now written about all the children of my three-times great-grandparents Seligmann Goldschmidt and Hinka Alexander who immigrated to the US; their only child who did not immigrate was their daughter Betty (also known as Behla and Beilchen). 1,293 more words