This week, we remember Donald Eugene Denney, our father and grandfather, who passed away 24 years ago, on 11 July 1996. That sounds like a long time ago, just under a quarter of a century, and a lot has happened since then, but at the same time, it feels like it was only recently. 306 more words
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Today’s Washington Post has an informative article by Michael E. Ruane, “During the Civil War, the enslaved were given an especially odious job. The pay went to their owners. 243 more words
As is with most things in life, you stumble across new discoveries while searching for something completely unrelated. I was working on some research on the movements of the Hopkinton, RI Militia during the Revolution when I found the article below on Samuel Hubbard. 1,483 more words
Dorset County Museum in Dorchester is still collecting objects and images relating to Dorset’s experiences of the coronavirus pandemic.
from Dorset Echo | Looking Back https://ift.tt/3e9dXWB
This post has been a long time coming – yet it is one of my favourite things I’ve ever researched, and one that I am inordinately proud of (probably second only to finding my husband’s aunt’s birth family … or tracking down my paternal grandfather’s family). 1,282 more words