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52 Documents in 52 Weeks #42 - Albert Westra's Form AR-2

Person of Interest: Albert Westra, born in Dronrijp, Netherlands, settled in Sussex County, New Jersey
Relationship: Grandfather

Source Citation: Albert Westra, alien registration no. 1,950 more words

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52 Documents in 52 Weeks #41 - William Strait's Report Card

Person of Interest: William Charles Strait
Relationship: Paternal grandfather

Source Citation: William Strait, 4th grade report card; Newton Public Schools, Newton, New Jersey; privately held by Jodi Lynn Strait, Tucson, Arizona, 2017. 794 more words

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DNA Confirmations

I’ve spent tonight working with a DNA match on my Mum’s biological paternal side, madly working on confirming where our connection is. Whilst this match doesn’t narrow down or confirm exactly who Mum’s father is, it’s still exciting to confirm the known lines of this side of the family! 140 more words

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52 Documents in 52 Weeks #38 - George Longcor's 1850 Census

Person of Interest: George Longcor
Relationship: 4th great grandfather

Source Citation: 1850 U. S. census, Sussex County, New Jersey, population schedule, Sparta, dwelling 83, family 85, George Longcor; digital image, … 1,416 more words

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52 Documents in 52 Weeks #37 - William Struss's Family Group Sheet

Person of Interest: William and Helen Struss
Relationship: Great grandaunt and husband (Helen and my grandmother Beatrice were sisters)

Source Citation: Anna (Karthaeuser) Repsher, compiler, “Family Record of J. 1,301 more words

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US dads of newborns are greying—percentage over 40 doubled since the 70s

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Just like moms, American dads are getting older, according to a new study. Sadly, there’s no data suggesting their jokes are getting funnier, though. 495 more words

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52 Documents in 52 Weeks #34 - Henry McMahon's Burial Plot

Person of Interest: Henry McMahon
Relationship: Brother-in-law of my 1st great grand uncle

Source Citation: Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey, “Catholic Cemeteries,” database, Catholic Cemeteries: Archdiocese of Newark… 668 more words

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