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Fran Ellsworth
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Great illustration of needing to look at results and looking again. #WWgenealogy  
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Great story.  
March is Women's History month and in celebration I've been writing occasional posts about my maternal grandmother, Wilhelmina (Schalin) Lange on my blog, Tangled Roots and Trees. I was named after her, which I consider quite...
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Excellently written series. Take the time to stop and enjoy. #novel  
 
An excerpt from Spring Promise...
An excerpt from Spring
Promise   portrays the peaceful moments that occur between the constant and dangerous life threatening events. “Cynthia watched him finish shaping the pole and then slowly wade out
into the creek.   She shivered, knowing
how cold he m...
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I love clouds.
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Great information I didn't know. Great sleuther. (I know that isn't a word) 
:) #wwgenealogy   #genealogy  
Are you a genealogist/family historian who carefully writes up all your research notes and findings, with everything neatly catalogued and recorded?  Or, are you like me - love researching but not so good about the recording ...
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Yes, I am Fran Ellsworth ;)
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Spring is bright and beautiful
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Great Pictures, and information... okay... dealing with picture envy. ;) 
The 28th of March has appeared on my doorstep out of nowhere. I've become quite busy with Uni that I haven't had much time to sit down and do the post I would like to. I will have time for that next month as mid-semester brea...
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A sore spot for many.  NFS migration of information has caused some challenges. #genealogy  
As far as we can tell, FamilySearch is employing a battalion of volunteers to go in and corrupt sourced entries on Family Tree. Named people are migrating data from the old NewFamilySearch by hand. Instead of a carefully a...
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Not really corrupted, just some nonsense notes, many are glaring duplicates. Just delete / detach the bad ones and find a  way to move some of those good ones over to Sources. So far mostly I find, I purge.
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Great ideas.
 
 I am pleased to announce the release of my book, The P.E.O. Founders’ Scrapbook - an example of using ephemera to tell the story!

This book is filled with ephemera such as letters, photos, newspaper and journal articles which allow the reader to peek into the lives of the seven founders of P.E.O. 

Within the story, you will encounter what each of their lives were like before, during and after the formation of the P.E.O Sisterhood. 

The book also includes genealogical descendant charts and timelines with source citations for each of these seven women.

Discover the impact their lives had upon their families, the communities where they lived and the world around them.

Copies of the book in hard copy, may be purchased at my website (www.its-all-relatives.com) via https://www.createspace.com/4704564 or in hard copy and e-book format via www.amazon.com.
I am pleased to announce the release of my book, The P.E.O. Founders’ Scrapbook.
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Extremely important read. Important of Societies to know about and support other societies. #genealogy   #history  
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I work with a FamilySearch Chief Genealogical Officer's office. Long term genealogy researcher. 
I have found life is what we make of it. I love serving others. I am on a quest to become better each day, updating my skills, and striving to meet professional standards, as well as helping others.  
My family blog, and genealogy blog are a point of focus to help family and friends know of progress and what I am doing.  
Hobbies are sewing and gardening. 
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6 children and 23 beautiful grandchildren.
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  • ProGen
    genealogy, 2010 - 2012
  • Dominican College
    nursing, 1969 - 1973
  • Texas Tech University
    Horticulture, 2006 - 2008
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The employees are helpful and hard working. The out buildings, a blacksmith shop, log home, and storage of the Pawnee Bill Wild West Show were clean and authentic. The museum and tour was informative and interesting. My grandchildren love going there.
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Dr Little was very professional, but personable too. He was interested in my family as people not just as patients. His expertise is readily apparent. He uses the best methods for diagnosing treatment plans and will work with you if it is costly. His emphasis is on prevention, but uses the best techniques for repair. I am very glad to have found him for our family treatment.
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