Ruth's Genealogy

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

Sooner or later, it had to happen. What had to happen, you say? “Kissin’ cousins”, that’s what. Last night I discovered a couple of not-too-far-off ancestors who were first cousins…and married. Seems the oldest daughter of John Joseph Turner married the 4th child of John Joseph Turner’s sister, Edna Lenora Turner Matthews. That would make …

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I have been studying my Turner ancestors from DeKalb Co, TN and Hill Co, TX. Isaac and Sarah Turner had 14 children (ouch!), and not all survived to adulthood. As I have been researching each of those 14 children, I suddenly realized something. Take a look at the timeline for Sarah Sharpe Vance Turner: Look …

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Denise from Family Matters has created a very helpful research guide to TiddlyWiki in pdf format. I have started using TiddlyWiki in my own research and have been wondering how to add images to my wiki, and Denise’s instructions made it all… so simple! Thanks, Denise!


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