Newark Sunday Call Newspaper Digitized 1872-1881
This family plot of stones caught my eye in Green Grove Cemetery in Keyport, Monmouth County, New Jersey. The stones had the surname COLLINS, except one, which included a G in the spelling: COLLINGS. Some regional accents barely pronounce the G sound in ...
Newark (New Jersey) Sunday Call Newspaper 1881-1946
I enjoyed reading Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline. The book intertwines the stories of two unwanted teenagers- one in the 1920s and 1930s and the other now. (Reminded me of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg.) When the m...
Unlocking the Genealogical Secrets of the X Chromosome - The Genetic Gen...
Note: there are some great X chromosome inheritance charts below – if you are unable to see them, be sure to click through to the original p
Genealogy By Ginger's Blog: So you want to start a business as a profess...
Researching the Genealogy of the GODWIN family history from Randolph and Sampson Counties of North Carolina. Allied lines for the GODWIN fam
“Like Branches On A Tree, We May Grow In Different Directions..."
“Like Branches On A Tree, We May Grow In Different Directions, Yet Our Roots Remain As One.” ~Unknown
Pictures by Clifford Lutter 1930s-1960s New Jersey
Pictures by Clifford Lutter, my grandfather, circa 1930s through 1960s, mostly in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey. Recognize any places or
Sitedrop Works with Dropbox for Genealogy Collaboration - Eastman's Onli...
Everyone seems to have a Dropbox account. Hoping to build on top of the consumer-friendly service’s popularity, a new startup called Sitedro