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A 16th century Spanish galleon docked in Newburyport, Massachusetts this weekend! Did you miss it?
In the 16th century Spain was sending expeditions, colonists and military to the New World to populate the Americas. It was also sending home treasures such as gold and silver back to Europe. The original ships being used w...
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My contribution to the Honor Roll Project is this photo and transcription of the Bedford, New Hampshire Spanish American War memorial honor roll on the village green.
This Honor Roll is located in the Historic District of Bedford, New Hampshire on the corner of Bedford Center Road and Meetinghouse Road. TO HONOR AND PERPETUATE THE MEMORY OF THE MEN OF BEDFORD ...
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Bedford, New Hampshire World War I and Spanish American War Honor Roll
This Honor Roll is located in the Historic District of Bedford, New Hampshire on the corner of Bedford Center Road and Meetinghouse Road. TO HONOR AND
PERPETUATE THE MEMORY              OF THE MEN OF BEDFORD
WHO SERVED IN             THE WARS OF THEIR
COUNT...
This Honor Roll is located in the Historic District of Bedford, New Hampshire on the corner of Bedford Center Road and Meetinghouse Road. TO HONOR AND PERPETUATE THE MEMORY OF THE MEN OF BEDFORD ...
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Surname Saturday ~ WELCH of Kittery, Maine
WELCH This is another “brickwall” ancestress mystery.  Margaret Welch was born about 1796.  I don’t know if she was born there or not,
but Kittery was listed as her birthplace on her death record.  (Interestingly, her son William F. Locke is
listed as the t...
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Arco de Cuchilleros, Madrid, Spain ~ Photos over the years
This is the Arco de Cuchilleros in Madrid, Spain.  The stairs lead up to the south west corner of the Plaza Mayor.  Cuchilleros is a Spanish word for knife sharpener or someone who sells knifes and cutlery.  In the medieval times these nearby businesses wer...
This is the Arco de Cuchilleros in Madrid, Spain. The stairs lead up to the south west corner of the Plaza Mayor. Cuchilleros is a Spanish word for knife sharpener or someone who sells knifes and cutlery. In the medieval t...
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Bellows Falls, Vermont and North Walpole, New Hampshire WWI Honor Roll Poster
Not all Honor Rolls are permanent granite or bronze monuments in public places like parks and civic buildings.  Take a look at this poster produced in Bellows Falls, Vermont after World War I. St. Charles, Bellows Falls, Vermont       Rev. J. D. Shannon Die...
Not all Honor Rolls are permanent granite or bronze monuments in public places like parks and civic buildings. Take a look at this poster produced in Bellows Falls, Vermont after World War I. St. Charles, Bellows Falls,...
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El Galeón in Newburyport, Massachusetts
In the 16th century Spain was sending expeditions, colonists and military to the New World to populate the Americas.  It was also sending home treasures such as gold and silver back to Europe.  The original ships being used were not built for trans-Atlantic...
In the 16th century Spain was sending expeditions, colonists and military to the New World to populate the Americas. It was also sending home treasures such as gold and silver back to Europe. The original ships being used w...
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The list of contributors who photographed, and transcribed thousands of names! Click on the link below to see all the contributions. Please visit their blogs and thank them for all their hard work this year!
Bedford, New Hampshire The Honor Roll Project collects transcriptions and photographs of military monuments with the names of veterans. These monuments can be found in parks, civic buildings, schools, and other places across...
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Honor Roll Project - Memorial Day 2016 Contributors
Bedford, New Hampshire The Honor Roll Project collects transcriptions and photographs of military monuments with the names of veterans.  These monuments can be found in parks, civic buildings, schools, and other places across the United States and in other ...
Bedford, New Hampshire The Honor Roll Project collects transcriptions and photographs of military monuments with the names of veterans. These monuments can be found in parks, civic buildings, schools, and other places across...
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It's Photo Friday - Here are some photos taken over time at the same staircase in Madrid, Spain!
This is the Arco de Cuchilleros in Madrid, Spain. The stairs lead up to the south west corner of the Plaza Mayor. Cuchilleros is a Spanish word for knife sharpener or someone who sells knifes and cutlery. In the medieval t...
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Just in! A valuable paper poster World War I honor roll with the transcribed names (along with rank, unit, home address, and home parish!) of the men from both Bellows Falls, Vermont and North Walpole, New Hampshire. Thank you to Wayne Blanchard of Vermont for sending this to me for the Honor Roll Project!
Not all Honor Rolls are permanent granite or bronze monuments in public places like parks and civic buildings. Take a look at this poster produced in Bellows Falls, Vermont after World War I. St. Charles, Bellows Falls,...
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There are lots of great genealogy and local history events here to start off your summer! If I forgot an event in New England, please let me know with a comment or email to vrojomit@gmail.com and I'll add it to this calendar!
For up to the minute updates, see the Nutfield Genealogy Facebook page at this link: https://www.facebook.com/nutfield.gen/ May 26, Thursday, 6pm, A Soldier’s Mother Tells Her Story, at the Upper Valley Senior Center, 10 C...
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Genealogist from Manchester, New Hampshire, author of Nutfield Genealogy blog at http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com
Introduction
Author of the Nutfield Genealogy blog and occasional genealogy speaker. My family research includes Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine, with a smattering of Nova Scotia. Please contact me if you see your ancestors on this blog. I would love to share information. I am the  former secretary of the New Hampshire Mayflower Society, former President of the Londonderry Historical Society, member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, the Mass. Society of Genealogists, The National Genealogical Society, and the New Hampshire Society of Genealogists. 

Surnames I am researching:
Wilkinson
Roberts
Bill
Bollman
Munroe
Wilson
Flint
Simonds
Lyons
Rand
Allen
Hitchings
Hoogerzeil
Batchelder
Emerson
Younger (also Jones and Dominis)
Locke
Burnham
Mears
Poland

Education
  • Lesley University
    Elementary Education, 1979 - 1983
  • Lesley University
    Technology Education, 1983 - 1985