Ruth's Genealogy

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

For which family tradition are you most thankful? How did the tradition start? Which family members have been responsible for keeping the tradition alive and how has it shaped your own family history? A favorite family tradition from my childhood involved birthdays and holidays. My grandparents’ home was the site for family birthday and holiday …

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In genealogy, there are plenty of clouds in the form of sad stories and hardships faced by our ancestors. These tales should not be forgotten because descendants can learn from them. Share with us a particular ancestor’s hardship story. How did these events impact your life? My McBurnett ancestors fought in several American wars. At …

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After a short sabbatical for “Spring Cleaning” (I really did get a lot done around my house), it’s Genealogy-Time once again! So, to pick up where I left off: Research and document my findings for Ambrose Knox Mary Reed Sophia Unknown Loyal Appling Alfred Stanley Appling Update both my FreePages site and WorldConnect database and …

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