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Redford, Mich. - 1912

Souvenir from Redford, Mich.   When you are thinking of those who love you with an affection deep and true, let your mind stray straight to Redford, Mich., where I’m thinking much of you.   50 more words


Steve Rockwood to Rock the Opening Session at the BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy

The Second Day of the 48th Annual BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy

Steve Rockwood, president and CEO of FamilySearch, will open the second day of the 48th Annual BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy. 261 more words


When England won the 1966 World Cup 50 years ago (and how the Echo reported it)

AN EXTRA-late special edition of the Daily Echo on Saturday, July 30, 1966, was liberal with the exclamation marks.

from Bournemouth Echo | Echoes http://ift.tt/2acKHxc


Boscombe Chine Gardens picture ‘taken on a Sunday’

Peter Sykes of Swanage said Mr Beare’s postcard of Boscombe Crescent Gardens printed on July 11 shows a typical Edwardian summer scene with the photographer placed near the junction of The Crescent and Aylesbury Road. 27 more words


Aspects of History talk on Bournemouth archaeology

As Bournemouth is a young town it may seem odd to talk of its archaeology, but the area had many signs of ancient inhabitants. Ordnance Survey maps published as the town expanded showed numerous ‘Tumuli’ which vanished beneath the advance of new streets and houses. 10 more words


The House on 12th Avenue

This is the home that my grandmother, Evelyn, grew up in.

Her father, Henry, was an eye doctor in Nebraska from 1917 until he retired (I think in the 1950s). 369 more words

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Immigrant Ship

One of the Immigrant ships sailing between England and America