The word prompt for the 12th Edition of Smile For The Camera is A Noble Life. Show us a photograph of an ancestor, relative, or friend that is the embodiment of A Noble Life. A life that is worthy of those who came before and those who follow after. A Life filled with small but …
I have been trying to find an application that, in a nutshell, acts as a virtual spiral notebook on my desktop that I can use to take notes and jot down my findings as I do my genealogy research. It must: be very simple to type text into add cut ‘n paste snippets from online …
My cousin sent me these amazing photos. Quintuplets among bears is practically unheard of, extremely rare… 2007 in New Hampshire 25 April 2008 in New Hampshire ‘We have walked together in the shadow of a rainbow.’
Best buds! Miles Francis Stanley II, James Richard Wright ca 1936
Mary Tennessee Turner Rogers at unknown Vance headstone, somewhere in Tennessee, ca 1960
If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you’ve probably figured out that I’m a big Abraham Lincoln fan. Anything “Abe” is simply fascinating to me! I read everything I can find about the man, including several blogs. Perhaps my favorite blog is 21st Century Abe: Lincoln was born two hundred years ago. …
Today, my insanity is not associated with a particularly sneaky ancestor. Oh, there are several that are still being difficult, for sure…knock, knock…someone’s at the door…excuse me for a second…well, hello guys!…it’s Dovie’s 5 husbands at my front door!…oops, daydreaming again… :) No, today I am stressing about (not really stressing, more like intense consideration) …
…and soon-to-be-mother of my first grandson!
Nicholas McBurnett (my third great-grandfather) U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedule 1880 Carroll County, Georgia
…until the 1940 census is available to researchers! April 1, 2012 is a Big Star Day on my calendar! I can hardly wait. So many answers are awaiting…. And probably so many more questions will present themselves, also. 1095 days… and counting!