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Ninth Great-Grandparents: Roger Billings, Jr. and Sarah Paine

At this point, information is starting to get sketchier, so what you read here is to the best of my knowledge.

Roger Billings, Jr. (who will have the suffix Jr. 144 more words

Family History

Rochester Newspaper Sells Segregation

An article was recently released by Democrat and Chronicle that articulated the issues that Rochester is facing.   It defines exactly what’s wrong with this city in a simple and supposedly innocuous comment that probably shouldn’t have made the cut in the story.  920 more words

Finding Dory at the Drive-In

Isn’t it funny how some people hate tomatoes yet love ketchup? When you actually think about it, tomatoes are just one ingredient in a larger product, so it makes sense. 631 more words

#83: Great Suburbs Close to the City

“When I first moved to Rochester, I lived on Strathallen Park for several years and enjoyed being close to the city. When I got married, my husband and I settled in Mendon where we have lived for over 30 years. 213 more words

Reasons We Love Rochester

We Started a Blog, Now What?




A blog is something I’ve wanted to do for more than four years, like many others I somehow managed to put it off. Whether it was lack of knowledge about how to start, lack of time to sit down and learn or just the 10 million other things in life that seem to take precedence, the time is here now! 158 more words

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Pittsford poised for another Rainbow Classic

A rivalry within a town does not appear to be the best time to highlight a community.

Then again, the Mendon versus Sutherland high school girls and boys basketball games have turned into a shining moment for Pittsford. 158 more words

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