Ruth's Genealogy

“And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.”

Once upon a time, I had a zillion digital images saved on my computer. Well, one day my daughter was using my computer and called me at work to ask “Mom, what does fatal exception mean…?” Needless to say, it was the dreaded “blue-screen-of-death” and my hard drive had crashed! Fortunately, my daughter also had …

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The Graham-Mason Cemetery photos and information are now available on the Cemeteries page. That was the smaller of the two cemeteries in Hill County, Texas that I have inventoried, with only 22 identified graves. Jennie Maragert Melton, the wife of my great-granduncle Francis Lee Turner, and probably her infant son Claude are buried here.

I have gotten a lot done this morning! I am just about ready for the grand opening of the new Bluebonnet Country Genealogy. I got the sidebar loaded up with a link to my WorldConnect database at Rootsweb, and added a Sitemeter and Clustermap. All the links from my Free Genealogy Site Saturday blog have …

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Well, here goes… I have the home page “Welcome” completed, so next step will be the links page. That will actually be pretty simple: just copy & paste the links into state categories. My plans at this time for the cemetery page are to use thumb nails for the images. If someone is interested in …

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