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Probate and Update(s)

How do you like the new look?  I felt the old blog was a little too busy.

I did that thing again in which I put off writing so now I have a billion little things to talk about so I don’t know where to start. 477 more words

The Mystery Of Sarah Jane Taylor

Sally Evans' Parents, DAR update, and Genes for Good

Sally Evans’ parents are still unknown.  I’d like to think they are Joseph Evans and Anna Maria Sauer but I don’t have any proof other than Mrs. 870 more words

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Dueling Johans, or Which Sauer is Which?

I’ve been researching Johan Philip Sauer, German immigrant to North Carolina, husband of Christianna Faust, and father of Anna Maria (Mary L. Ann) Sauer who married Joseph Evans. 531 more words

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The Mystery of Sarah Jane Taylor: Thinking out loud about William Brummit and Sally Evans

I’m sure that William Brummit and Sarah “Sally” Evans are the parents of Mary “Polly” Ann Bromett.  With that in mind, I am trying to piece together Sally Evans and the people who I think are her parents, Joseph Evans and Mary L. 265 more words

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Wesley Taylor, 23, Livingston County MO, Confederate Soldier

DH gave me a membership to The State Historical Society of Missouri and since I accidentally opened the letter containing my new membership number, I went ahead and made an inquiry about Joseph Taylor’s sons: 168 more words

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The Mystery of Sarah Jane Taylor: James and Mary A. Taylor 1850 Livingston County, Missouri

If you don’t blog about your genealogy journey you really should think about doing it because it’s so much fun.  Yes, it is embarrassing if you make a public mistake but this is a great platform to get feedback and ideas from other people and potential collaborators may find you!   294 more words

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Dolores Romero Martinez April 18, 1927-August 1, 2014

My grandmother passed. We were very close.

There are many things that could be said about my grandma. She was interesting, strong, supportive, and many other adjectives. 293 more words

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