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Mail Traffic Cop (Roscoe)

Letter transcription:

Lieut. R.S. Yegerlehner
USN Base Hosp. #4
Navy 133
F.P.O. San Francisco Calif.
Feb. 9, 1944

Dear Mother,

One can just imagine in looking out the window that snow will start falling most any time for it surely feels that way but really it isn’t so cold. 510 more words


Genealogy Tip #8: Power Researching!

Here’s the situation.  You’re researching multiple family lines.  You have an opportunity to visit an excellent genealogical library or research facility miles or even days away from where you live.  1,395 more words


Harts Creek Area Preachers (1879-1881)

The following list of Logan County marriages for the period of 1879 to 1881 reveals the names of preachers operating in the Harts Creek area. This is a “working list” and will be updated. 212 more words

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A Mixed-Up Mixter Mystery

Clorinda Mixter (sometimes also spelled Mixer) was allegedly born about 1786 and married Jonathan Hakes on 6 October 1803 in Monson, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.  There was one Mixter family in Monson at that time, headed by a man named Daniel Mixter.  368 more words


27. November 2015

Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about family, those you have gone on before, those who are still with us and those whom we choose to be family. 686 more words


Civil War Pension: John M Hays

John M Hays is a 2nd great granduncle and brother of William B Hayes who died during the Civil War. John has a pension packet that is 138 pages long and there are a several interesting things going on in this pension. 406 more words

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C. 1890s Photograph Taken in Belton, Missouri (SIMERAL)

Photographer: Atkinson, Belton MO

Written on Back: Aunt Della Simeral


Ada Adella ‘Della’ Simeral (born 20 September 1868 in Morgan County, Ohio) was the daughter of Robert Caroll Simeral and Margaret Jane Simeral (nee Blackburn). 64 more words