The Bitter-Sweet Luncheon is a completely hypothetical activity: Genealogists gather to dine over lunch, one on one, with their most elusive ancestor — regardless of Time and Space in order to gather information first […]
Genealogy is really a gift to a (hopefully) inquisitive future, wrapped up in the loving efforts of a caring present to chronicle the daring and reckless travels of an adventuresome past.
Upon Friday last (Friday March 13th), #genchat was eager to discuss using a blog for genealogy, or as the term is: genea-blogging. Two very popular reasons to do this genea-blogging was (1) […]
There’s something about baby pictures … and this one is a little special, because the cutie-pie in the bonnet is my Mum! (Now, we know where the grandkids get it from, don’t we?).
Leona Mae (MINO) ATKINSON 1934FB03-2012JN30 Today, an angel weeps for every broken heart, Suffering the loss of one who did depart A sister, aunt and mother, a grandmother and friend; Her bonds […]
John Carrington was from Wethersfield, Connecticut. Born in 1602 England and hanged 6 March 1650 in Waterbury, CT, along with his second wife, Joanne. 42years before Salem started their trials! John was […]
What was happening in 1870? Construction of the Brooklyn Bridge started Ulysses S. Grant was President and Sir John A. Macdonald was Canada’s Prime Minister