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Family Trees

– My apologies that an Andrews post went live before it was completed.  It will be posted in a week or so.

Family Trees

With the appearance of my new… 547 more words

Genealogy

New Seligmann Discoveries: Erbes-Budesheim and the Schoenfelds, Part I

While you all may have thought that for the last several months I was obsessed with Nusbaums and Dreyfusses (and I guess I was), there were several other things happening in my genealogy life (not to mention my actual life) that I haven’t had a chance to blog about yet.  760 more words

Family Information And Updates

Carrbridge, Scotland

Carrbridge is one of those serendipitous moments on a trip: we had just driven through the Cairngorms, and were looking for a place to stop for the night. 95 more words

Writing

Our Shoemaking Ancestors in Massachusetts

(Hamilton/Pepper)

One of the titles of a chapter in my Biographical Sketch of John Prouty Pepper is “Shoemaker.” Shoe-making became a huge activity in parts of Massachusetts beginning in the 18th century. 213 more words

Genealogy

Native Patients (Roscoe)

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Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2015/02/24/native-patients-roscoe/ 412 more words

Yegerlehner

Isaac Lane - Pvt

FOUND Delia Lane Lash’s father’s information! Totally cool!! Isaac Lane who was a Private in the 8th Michigan Infantry Regiment, Company A. He was wounded at Battle at Antietam. 91 more words

Blog

Genealogy Societies of France

Genealogy Societies in France

If you are interested in joining a genealogical society in France to pursue your research, the information found within this list may be very helpful. 46 more words

Genealogy