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Part 6B- A dialogue with Molly

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Tracing Your Pre-Victorian Ancestors

Tracing Your Pre-Victorian Ancestors

by John Wintrip



I found this book to be an invaluable source of information for looking for my family History in England.   362 more words

Book Review

Picture of the Day: Do you remember Hengistbury Head’s ‘stepped pole’?

ROB Forrester-Addie sent in this photograph his late wife took in 1975 of Rob and their son Max, who was then six years old, at Hengistbury Head. 11 more words


Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - The Day Your Grandfather Was Born

Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings offers us the following challenge:

Your mission this week, should you decide to accept it, is to:

1) What day of the week was your Grandfather born (either one)? 377 more words


Last Day in Kentland

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Dear David & Bonnie –

I mailed Bonnie more thyroid gr. ½ – It is the same as the brown – just “uncoated.” The hospital had a “This is Your Life” party for us last Thurs. 99 more words


My Orphan Grandmother

95 years ago this week, my grandmother and her twin sister were born under mysterious circumstances in Kansas City, Missouri. Immediately after their births, they were placed in an orphanage. 618 more words


The Pioneers of the Pioneers: ironwork innovators

A common mission could bring ancestors together, as could religion or ethnicity. The former encourages diversity, whereas the latter two encourage sameness. Though it is human nature to have divisions between groups, diversity brings innovation. 464 more words

History Visualized