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Easter in Heaven

My family often celebrated Greek Easter at the home of my parents or my mother’s sister (Bertha Pappas Pouletsos and her husband, Nick). It was always Dad’s job to carve the lamb. 478 more words


1 Chronicles 7-8 Ner was the father of Kish, Kish of Saul, Saul of Jonathan

From 1 Chronicles 7-8

The genealogy shows something of the grand narrative of Israel. The people listed are sometimes good, sometimes bad. Sometimes faithful, sometimes rejecting God. 696 more words

01 Old Testament

Kilkenny Graves

Kilkenny Graveyards is the result of a collaboration between Bernie Kirwan and Mary Casteleyn devoted to Kilkenny Graveyards and burial places, only occasionally straying beyond the county boundaries into Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford. 27 more words


Think twice before taking DNA test

Here is a voice of experience with a warning you should consider before ordering genealogy dot com’s DNA test — read the fine print!


Transcribing “The History of Clan MacRae” Into the RootsMagic Program

I haven’t been official indexing much this week. Instead I’ve been working on transcribing the book “The History of Clan MacRae” by Alexander MacRae written in 1899 into my own RootsMagic database. 110 more words

Family History

C. 1900 Photograph Taken in New Berlin, New York (PECK)

Photographer: W. E. Shanwood, New Berlin New York

Written on Back: Frances M. Peck 3 1/2 years


Frances M. Peck (born 27 June 1891 in New York) was the daughter of William G. 66 more words


Alice Lydia Gilbert Siddall Stray

This photograph of the lovely Alice Lydia Gilbert was in a pile at an antique shop in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore. On the back someone had written her name, “Alice Gilbert Siddall” and there was a stamp from Brown Photo Service, Minneapolis, MN with the date 7 February 1945. 284 more words