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The House That Will Built - 52 Ancestors' Theme this week is ‘Close to Home’.

My story is about a house that was home to four generations.

My grandmother was a wonder at helping me with my genealogy questions. She patiently answered questions about her parents, siblings, their children, cousins, anything I happened to ask her. 994 more words

South Along the D&U Railroad

I am trying to remember the houses south of Gordon. The first house set out next to the railroad belonged to Melvin Clem who was the town marshal and as a kid I was always fascinated because he carried a pistol in his holster on his belt. 206 more words

D&U Raildoad

Best of the Week: The Ring Bearer

I normally only post one picture for my best of the week but this week is more about the young man than the pictures. This is Kael, he is five years old and the cousin of the bride. 54 more words

Dawn M. Miller

Weekly Quote: Family Isn't Always Blood

I went to a wedding over the weekend. My nephew (he is actually the nephew of my ex husband) got married. My ex and I have been split up for years; like more than 10, but still I am invited to all the family functions. 37 more words

Dawn M. Miller

Family History Log

I have been studying genealogy records for the family so will use this section of the blog to record things as I find them. The further back I go, the more interesting I find it. 137 more words

Family History

Argyle Family Remembered At Vigil

ARGYLE (CBSDFW.COM) – A North Texas family who was killed in a head-on crash in New Mexico was remembered by hundreds at a prayer vigil at their church, Argyle United Methodist Church. 367 more words


Farm Day & Mexican Street Corn

  We spent 8 hours outside at Dale’s family farm doing corn on Monday. It was hot, sticky, exhausting, but FUN!  If you want to know what “putting up corn” looks like, then you have come to the right place.   707 more words

4 Little Ferguson's Food: Recipes That Made The Cut