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Lisa Taisey
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Lives in highrollsmountain park, new mexico
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I LOVE GENEALOGY, HISTORY, READING, TRAVEL & MY RESCUED CATS AND DOG!
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A  FLIGHT ATTENDANT FOR 13 YEARS. EARLY RETIRED..I'M FROM NJ AND MY HUSBAND IS FROM SEATTLE.  I LOVE GENEALOGY ..ESPECIALLY IRISH & ITALIAN!  NO LONGER AFRAID TO TELL  MY FAMILY I LOVE CEMETARIES & COULD SPEND THE DAY READING ABOUT FOLKS HEADSTONES& THE WHAT, WHY, WHERE AND WHEN'S!  LOVE TO READ, TRAVEL AND HELP ANIMALS.  LOVE TO LAUGH, SMILE AND TO GIVE... RATHER THAN RECEIVE.  I LOVE MUSIC..OLDIES, OLD SKOOL RAP & PRE YEAR 2000 COUNTRY .  MY HUSBAND IS A RETIRED MILITARY PILOT AND IS A CAPT. ON A MAJOR AIRLINE.  WE ARE VERY PATRIOTIC AND LOVE THE LORD. ENJOY LONG SAGAS,  MINISERIES AND HISTORICAL FICTION TYPE MOVIES & BOOKS. LIVING  IN THE BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS OF NM WITH HUBBY, MOM AND RESCUED PETS.  ALSO ENJOY RESEARCHING OLD INSTITUTIONS AND WHY WOMEN WERE DUMPED THERE FOR HAVING PROBLEMS THAT ARE SOLVED TODAY WITH A PILL.
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LOVE TO VOLUNTEER AT KITTY CITY, A NO KILL SHELTER THAT LETS CATS LIVE OUT THEIR LIVES IN A BEAUTIFUL SETTING.
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In Defense of Genealogy as a Hobby
b.treelines.com

Experts who claim there is only way to do genealogy misrepresent what genealogy is all about.

Top ten reasons to make the move to Ireland
www.irishcentral.com

Make the ultimate move – join your ancestors on Ireland’s shores and take in the craic, calm, wit and wisdom.

The Name that Binds - Kurt's family
www.tribejoyce.com

I am a Joyce because my mother is a Joyce. She was born in a small place called Derradda in Recess, County Galway. Derradda is Gaelic for "L

Newest Genealogy Records on the Internet
www.genealogyintime.com

Newest genealogy records available on the internet.

Irish are 'the forgotten white slaves’ claims expert
www.irishcentral.com

The little-known history of the Irish slave trade.

18 Years Online for Olive Tree Genealogy!
olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com

Yes you read that number correctly. 18 years ago I started my website Olive Tree Genealogy. Olive Tree Genealogy actually began sometime in

The Journey Home Genealogy
plus.google.com

Professional Irish Genealogy Research Services

Nearly 300,000 Irish children transported from New York to rural America
www.irishcentral.com

Great Hunger Museum to offer program on the tragic Orphan Train Riders

Mother Malone: Family History through Song
whereyoucamefrom.blogspot.com

When it comes to music, the two sides of my family couldn't be more different. On the maternal side, I have a hearing-impaired grandfather w

Engle Family Postcards ~ Rosebud Registration, Yankton, South Dakota - 1904
janasgenealogyandfamilyhistory.blogspot.com

A vintage postcard from 1904 showing the registration for homestead lands in South Dakota ~ Rosebud Registration, Yankton, South Dakota.

The Engle Family Postcard Adventure
janasgenealogyandfamilyhistory.blogspot.com

The incredible story of how vintage postcards written to my 2nd great-grandaunt, Sarah Amanda (Waterman) Engle and her husband Richard Engle

Our Purpose and Focus
rootdig.blogspot.com

While I don't make New Year's Resolutions, the first of the year is a good time to pause and reflect. That's what this post is about, reflec

Merle Barwis is Canada’s last remaining link to the Victorian era
o.canada.com

Canada's oldest citizen -- and the country's last living link to the Victorian era -- celebrated her 113th birthday just before Christmas at

DNA Shows Irish People Have More Complex Origins Than Previously Thought...
genealogyblog.geneanet.org

GeneaNet, The Free Collaborative Genealogy Database! Build Your Family Tree, Share Your Family History and Improve Your Genealogy Research.

111-year-old Syracuse Irish woman the longest-living person in Irish his...
www.irishcentral.com

111-year-old Syracuse Irish woman the longest-living person in Irish history

A Little Cheer in the New Year.
lifefromtheroots.blogspot.com

Every time I see this photo, it cheers me up, especially in winter and each time I turn on my iPad. The above photo was taken in a nursery i

What is it about genealogists and the SSDI?
massgencouncil.org

 The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) is the public face of the Social Security Administration’s Death Master File (DMF), opened to the p

A Genealogy Baker's Dozen Gift Ideas
olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com

Every year I publish a Christmas Wish List for Genealogists. Here are a few of my items from last year plus a few more. Start your Genealogy

Online: Kingston Penitentiary inmate history description ledgers
olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com

Sample Page Kingston Penetentiary Now genealogists can consult the Kingston Penitentiary inmate history description ledgers, which have been

Update FamilySearch Collections: Bolivia, Germany, USA, Billion Graves
olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com

Sample Page from N.C. Civil Action Court Papers Here is the December update from FamilySearch.org FamilySearch has added more than 1.2 milli