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Here's my score of possible ancestors. Thank you Cousin Russ and Sharon Thomas http://shannonmthomas.blogspot.com/2016/01/2015-legacy-stats.html
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Happy 38th Anniversary, Michael Butka. I'm looking forward to many more joyous years with you and our family. 
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Mom and Dad's Biscuits and the Model T Cookie Jar.
#365daysofjuneday78 Today is all about my father’s favorite recipe. The one he always made. It was not cookies. It was Biscuits. The recipe is my mother’s [written in her handwriting.] …
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Here is part 1 from yesterday. I just realized that my Google post are only being shared with me. Not sure how to fix that when is comes from my blog site directly.
#365daysofjuneday75 Who is the Real Alonzo Chase? I thought I knew, finally, that he was the son of Jacob Chase and Sarah Shaw. I know with confidence he was the spouse of Mary Jane Wells and Kate …
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Meet my great grandmother, Clara Jane Chase.
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#365daysofJuneday73 I would like to introduce you to my Chase Ancestors, starting with my great grandmother, Clara Jane Chase. Information enclose in the [ ]’s are from record documents that I found. The other information was gathered from shared stories…
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The state my first five generation ancestors were born in. Check it out. Thank you Dear Myrtle and J Paul Hawthrone for the share.
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Remembering those who gave the ultimate price in the service of our country on this Memorial Day, 30 May 2016.

The sky is crying this morning for them. The sun will shine this afternoon to remember them in glory forever.
#365daysofjune84 Remembering those who died in the service of our county from Sutton, Merrimack, New Hampshire. I honor and respect their courage to stand ground, giving the ultimate sacrifice for …
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Mayflower II preservation at the Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard, housed at the Mystic Seaport Museum.
#365daysofjuneday83 I recently was invited to view the Mayflower II, currently under renovation at the Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard, at Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic Seaport, Connecticut. …
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Day 4 Remembering Mom and Dad: Applesauce/Pumpkin Cookies shared time in the Model T Cookie Jar celebrating Mom's final days on this earthly plain.

Love and Hugs Mom, Shirley Beatrice Pease Stearns on this, your 15th anniversary of your death.
#365daysofjuneday80 Model T Cookie gave much support in the end of my mother’s life. It is with a combination of sadness and happiness I write this post. Today is the 15th anniversary of my m…
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Come join me in a week of remembering my parents. Recipes will be forthcoming in each blog.
#365daysofjuneday77 This week is the is the 15th anniversary of my mother, Shirley Beatrice Pease Stearns, death. She succumbed to her battle against cancer 28 April 2001. Earlier this month, 8 Apr…
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Did I find any useful clues in Part 2 of the Alonzo Chase saga?
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My final post for Women's History Month honors a few of the strong women in my life. Tyna Butka, Vickie Junkins, Jennifer Levesque Williams, Rachel Junkins, Abby Junkins, Eleanor Stearns, Ruth Ballard, Julia Carne, and Susan Aeschliman.
I give honor to the everyday women. Those that do not make the headlines news, yet are the backbone to our survival. I have been lucky to add to our family through marriage and the birth of the next generation of amazing strong women.
365daysofjuneday72 Women’s History Month-Women of Strength in my life. Throughout Women’s History month, my blog posts honored my everyday women ancestors. Today’s post is honoring the Women of Str…
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It's time to tell my ancestors story
Introduction
Stearns Family History Research on the following Surnames for the first five generations

Chase
Fletcher
Nelson
Stearns
Emerson
Hastings
Babb
Colby
Martin
Marshall
Knowlton
Teal
Powers
Collins
Drowns/Downs
Hutchins
Pease
Place
Watson
Johnston
Abbee
Duncan
Williams
Bunker
Bates

Most of my ancestors were from the six New England states; New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut and Rhode Island. 
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I have some very entertaining ancestor stories to tell.
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    Genealogy, Writing , Photography, present
    Dear Myrtle's Genealogy Proof Standards Study Group #2 panelist Legacy's Family Tree Webinars Thomas MacEntee's Boot Camps
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All but one New England State except Rhode Island - New Jersey
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February 2016 Genealogy and Local History Calendar
nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com

January 30, Saturday, 9am, NEHGS Irish Genealogy Study Group, at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 – 101 Newbury Street, Bos

New Year Resolution
masteringgenealogysoftware.blogspot.com

In 2016 I hope to finally get my Genealogy Do Over started. During 2015 I barely got off the starting blocks. This year before I enter anyth

Born When And Where. ( Civil War.)
civilwarthosesurnames.blogspot.com

This page is to help you in your hunt for your ancestor. When hunting for a ancestor it is helpful if one knows when he was bore and where,

Women's History Month 2015: Reconstructing Women's Lives
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It's March 31st and we are at the end of Women's History Month 2015. Over 31 days of different resources for researching female ancestors. B

High school seniors sacrifice class trip to donate to principal's cancer...
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One Raleigh facility is offering free play for kids every Monday

The Next Web
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The Next Web - Global Technology News, Business and Culture | http://www.thenextweb.com

Cover:The Sins of Our Fathers
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Friends, Christianity Today is running this piece as the current cover story. If you'd rather read it there, go here. (And---winners of the

FTM2014 and Mastering Genealogical Proof - Chapter 4 Source Citations
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I have been in a study group on the book, Mastering Genealogical Proof (Jones, 2013) by Dr. Thomas W Jones in the Google+ Dear MYRTLE Geneal

Forever accessible archives? Michigan moves its records to the cloud. --...
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Michigan archivists chose Preservica, a Web-based workflow-based application that ingests and curates content of all types and stores it in

March Genealogy and Local History Calendar
nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com

Local Genealogy Club Meetings Amesbury, MA – A new genealogy club has started, every last Monday of the month. No registration, come to as m

Iron Working in Early New England
ancestoryarchives.blogspot.com

Saugus MA, Hammersmith Iron Works, John Winthrop Jr, antiques journal, iron works, mass bay colony,

Where in the State is Mom?: Graduation Reflections
whereinthestateismom.blogspot.com

Where in the State is Mom?: Graduation Reflections: Pinkerton Academy original Buildings This time of year is when I reflect on my own gradu