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Into a Briar Bush - Genealogy Records Page by Page
"If a girl jumps into a briar bush it is hard to tell which bush scratches the hardest." [1] This birth certificate took my breath away. There were several illegitimate births each year in Stonington, Connecticut, but for this one, either the doctor or the ...
This birth certificate took my breath away. There were several illegitimate births each year in Stonington, Connecticut, but for this one, either the doctor or the clerk felt the need to pass moral judgement on the mother of this baby boy. Genealogy Records Page by Page ...
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The most commented post on The Scrappy Genealogist is the one in which I write about traveling back to the place I first lived, Butzbach, Germany . My Dad was stationed there from 1965 through 1968. We lived on Texas Road in the American military housing co...
The most commented post on The Scrappy Genealogist is the one in which I write about traveling back to the place I first lived, Butzbach, Germany. My Dad was stationed there from 1965 through 1968. We lived on Texas Road in the American military housing complex, Roman Way.
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June 1967 - A Lush Green Paradise
We have skipped over into June and look how lush and green everything is! The flowers and vegetables have already been staked. The flower bed to the right is beginning to bloom.  Someone has set up a lounge chair beneath the cherry tree. Champ stands ever r...
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Exploring Rockingham County NH Genealogical Resources with Reconnecting Relatives Genealogical Resources - Reconnecting with your Rockingham County Roots
Genealogical Resources - Reconnecting with your Rockingham County Roots in New Hampshire The New Hampshire Genealogical Record. Vol. I July 1903—April 1904. Dover NH Charles W. Tibbetts, Editor and Publisher, 1904. http://archive.org/stream/newhampshiregene...
Tibbetts, Charles W., ed. “The New Hampshire Genealogical Record”: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine Devoted to Genealogy, History and Biography. Dover, New Hampshire: Charles W. Tibbetts for the New Hampshire Genealogical Society, 1904. Digital images.
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May 1966 - Flowering Trees
Flowers! Grampa and Grandma loved them all; plants, bushes and trees. I don't remember this pretty pink tree.  Grampa took the photo from an upstairs window. It's a theme. He took photos from the back walk and from the upstairs window. Sometimes he took bot...
Flowers! Grampa and Grandma loved them all; plants, bushes and trees. I don't remember this pretty pink tree.  Grampa took the photo from an upstairs window. It's a theme. He took photos from the back walk and from the upst...
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Using Google Maps to Find Genealogical Records
When researching a place for genealogical records, first locate it on modern maps. I use  Google Maps .[1] My Ginter Günther family comes from a rural area on the Vistula River in Poland near the cities, Włocławek and Płock.  The towns mentioned in family r...
When researching a place for genealogical records, first locate it on modern maps. I use Google Maps.[1] My Ginter Günther family comes from a rural area on the Vistula River in Poland near the cities, Włocławek and Płock. The towns mentioned in family records include Leslau (today Włocławek), ...
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The Scrappy Genealogist: Ambushed and Prizes too! http://ow.ly/LoVXJ #NERGC #genealogy #education #conference #ProvidenceRI
She is bringing prizes; an audio headset, an HD video webcam and a Samsung Galaxy 7" tablet! As if you needed one more good reason to spend three days taking genealogy classes and hanging out with genealogy friends. Hope to see you next week in Providence! Research on!
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Head over to the Reconnecting Relatives Jewish genealogy blog for help finding your Jewish ancestors. Every Tuesday there will be a new post with tips and resources.  The Name Game helps make sense of Jewish forenames and surnames. Learn the answer to the q...
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June 1971, or is it?
Grampa was meticulous in keeping track of his photos' who and when. Could he have been wrong with this one?  It looks as though the blooming trees have not yet bloomed, but they must have. In contrast, it does appear that the vegetable garden to the right h...
Grampa was meticulous in keeping track of his photos' who and when. Could he have been wrong with this one?  It looks as though the blooming trees have not yet bloomed, but they must have. In contrast, it does appear that t...
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May 1967 - Ground Level View
Today's photo was taken just before or just after yesterday's. You can see the man working the garden earth to the right. I still do not know who it is. It could be Poppy, husband of my Auntie Dot, Grampa's sister.  If you peer up the path towards the woods...
Today's photo was taken just before or just after yesterday's. You can see the man working the garden earth to the right. I still do not know who it is. It could be Poppy, husband of my Auntie Dot, Grampa's sister.  If you ...
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May 1967 - Earlier in May
There is a man turning the dirt for the garden. You can just see him through the tree to the right. Since Grampa is taking the picture, I wonder who is doing the digging.  The fence pieces that were broken last year are still broken.  This was when the gard...
There is a man turning the dirt for the garden. You can just see him through the tree to the right. Since Grampa is taking the picture, I wonder who is doing the digging.  The fence pieces that were broken last year are sti...
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May 1966 - Pink and White - Pretty Contrast and a World's Fair
The pink flowering tree creates a nice contrast against the white fence and green yard.  The earliest garden photos I have are from 1965. Perhaps color film, which became more common and more affordable during the 1960s, motivated Grampa to start photograph...
The pink flowering tree creates a nice contrast against the white fence and green yard.  The earliest garden photos I have are from 1965. Perhaps color film, which became more common and more affordable during the 1960s, mo...
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