Ruth's Genealogy

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

I just found this wonderful site where you can write about that special military veteran in your family tree and share him or her with the world: The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly …

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(This post has been written for the next Carnival of Genealogy. The topic is: Uncle, Uncle! This edition is all about our uncles. Have you got a favorite or interesting uncle? Tell us about him! Maybe you had a older cousin, neighbor, or friend you called “uncle”… that works too! No uncles in your life? …

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(As I have no more McBurnett tombstones to share at this time, I would like to highlight one of my “adopted” cemeteries.) Graham-Mason Cemetery is located southeast of Irene on CR 3449 in Hill County, Texas. It has been restored by the Graham-Mason Cemetery Association with iron pipe fencing added, broken tombstones repaired, and a …

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For the past several days, I have been searching, Googling for the perfect desktop note-taking application. The successful candidate must reside on my computer’s desktop, be very user-friendly, have an unlimited storage capacity, be searchable and be capable of accepting images and links, both internal and external. I want to be able to format it …

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