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Brenda Joyce Jerome
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Attended Oakland University
Lived in Evansville, Indiana
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During the early and mid-1950s, girl singing groups were popular. When I was a high school freshman, 3-4 girls in my high school formed their own group. They were among the most popular girls in school, each one was beautiful and every one could sing. They ...
During the early and mid-1950s, girl singing groups were popular. When I was a high school freshman, 3-4 girls in my high school formed their own group. They were among the most popular girls in school, each one was beautiful...
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Before a minister could officiate at a marriage in Kentucky, he had to present the credentials of his ordination to the county court. Accompanying him to the court was his surety or bondsman. In the bond below, Albert A. Will...
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Recently I came across this cemetery recording given to me by my friend, Scarlett McDonald, before her death in 1994. She noted that the cemetery is located in the middle of a field on Dry Fork Creek, across the creek from th...
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Some of my greatest genealogical finds have been in old newspapers.  News items put flesh on the bone of our ancestors and fill in the gaps in our history. Small town newspapers are preferred as they never seem to lack for sp...
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Many of you have heard of the Rev. James F. Price, the Presbyterian minister who performed marriages in Crittenden County, Kentucky during the mid-1900s.  One of those marriages was that of my parents, John Joyce and Lavern C...
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You learn the darnedest things in genealogical research!  I knew that Henry F. Wolstenholme, son of Hugh Wolstenholme Sr. and brother to my ancestor, Hugh Wolstenholme Jr., was a tailor in Asheville, North Carolina during the...
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Have you discovered your long-ago Kentucky ancestors divorced and you want to obtain a copy of the proceedings? It's easy to do and the rewards may be great. At the beginning of statehood, an act of the legislature was req...
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A list of causes of fines in Livingston County provides a brief view into life during the mid-1800s. These fines were the result of charges filed and judgments rendered in Livingston Circuit Court at the November term 1847. P...
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Recently I came across this cemetery recording given to me by my friend, Scarlett McDonald, before her death in 1994. She noted that the cemetery is located in the middle of a field on Dry Fork Creek, across the creek from th...
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When Kentucky county assessors were given instructions on recording births under the Sutton Act of 1852, no one told them to add extra information. To be honest, most assessors did only what was required, if that, but now and...
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After 11 years of marriage and several children, Nathan Gray and his wife, Lydia G. Gray, decided to separate.  Lydia agreed to leave "the bed and board of the said Nathan and he in full discharge and payment to her for all a...
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Genealogist and historian
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Evansville, Indiana - Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
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C.G.sm Still thrilled with the chase.
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A full time professional genealogist specializing in western Kentucky research.
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Mom of 2 adult children and one wonderful granddaughter.
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  • Oakland University
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  • University of Evansville
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