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An electronic marriage – Origins and Find My Past

Christchurch has a large array of electronic, print and people resources for those wishing to discover their family history whether it be a lost branch of a family tree, a birthplace or a story. 156 more words

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MacRae Cemetery

“The old cemetery holds great historical significance for the Hope Mills community. The site was named after Colin MacCrae, who is buried in the cemetery along side several of his family members. 493 more words

Hope Mills

Crawling, Walking & Climbing

I actually expected to start writing this awhile ago, when I first started the journey into my family history. Once I got started though, it’s been hard to slow down enough to actually write anything. 997 more words

Book Talk: A Tale of Two Plantations

The Menokin Foundation and Mount Airy bring Historian Richard S. Dunn to the Northern Neck

Friday, March 20, 2015

LECTURE & BOOK SIGNING
3:30 – 5:00… 347 more words

Menokin

Mojo Monday ~ Lizzie's Adventure Continues

The story of Elizabeth “Lizzie” Talmer Roberts continues from the previous Mojo Monday

When they reached New York on April 23, 1883 Lizzie’s son was still very ill and she began to fear that they would be quarantined by the immigration and custom service.   564 more words

Mojo Monday

A Life Cut Short!

A  Diver of Londonderry & Donegal…

Born on 7 Feb 1898 in 21 Lewis Street in the City of Londonderry, Thomas Wilson Diver was the second child and eldest son of eight born to George William Diver and, my great grand aunt; Elizabeth Wilson. 514 more words

Family History

Homeschool Family Tree Resource

I just found a fantastic resource for our homeschool! Samuel (4yrs) and I have been learning more about our family history – what a great place to start history lessons. 138 more words

Learning At Home