The tree on the left is the magnolia I have loved since childhood. It used to have a friend, the one right behind it. I wonder when it was lost. I can't imagine that Grampa would have pulled it out. Jennifer Shoer aka ScrappyGen Reconnecting Relatives, LL...
Grampa loved a good scene and would arrange photos and movies to appear spontaneous. Here he appears to be whipping my aunt and uncle as they turn the dirt in the garden. The big clue to the staging is the grin on my uncle's face. I would love to see my aun...
I love that Grandma posed with rollers in her hair. I am sure Grampa thought she was just as beautiful with them as without them. You can see the chair where Grampa takes care of his daylilies. There appears to be laundry hanging on the line to the right t...
The side yard would not be forgotten. The chimney had not yet been built and there was a door entering directly into the living room. You can just see the tail end of an old car whizzing by on the road. Of course, they whizz by quite a bit faster in 2015, a...
- The Scrappy GenealogistGenealogy Blogger, 2010 - present
- Reconnecting Relatives, LLCGenealogical Researcher, 2013 - presentVisit my site: www.reconnectingrelatives.com to read more about my services. A sampling of genealogy services; simple records retrieval research planning assistance heir finding genealogical analysis of your current work transcription and abstraction of old documents photo & document organization, scanning & digital restoration on site research in New Hampshire on site research in the Boston, Massachusetts area
After 22 plus year as a stay at home Mom, I have embarked on the ship mid life metamorphosis and am stretching my professional wings as a genealogist. In 1987 I graduated with a BA in Russian from the University of New Hampshire. For fourteen years I taught part time in our local Hebrew school. My formal genealogy education began with the Boston University genealogical research course in the spring of 2009 and I continue to broaden my professional knowledge by attending genealogy conferences and events.
I am located in southern New Hampshire and can easily access records in Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. If you have any questions or need assistance with your own research, please email me at email@example.com.
You can also find me in a few other places;
- University of New HampshireRussian, 1983 - 1987
- Boston University Metropolitan College Center for Professional EducationGenealogical Research, 2009 - 2009
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