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Mystery Monday~ Another Mystery Solved
On January 03 2014  I  posted a Mystery photo from Great Grandma's photo Album in hopes someone would be able to identify the man in photo I thought it may be a relation to my Great Grandfather due to some of the Smith facial features but wasn't sure if so ...
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Tombstone Tuesday~Imlah and Imlach
Methlick Kirkyard  Stone 206 IN MEMORY OF  JOHN IMLACH. SOMETIME IN WOODHEAD OF DELGATY, PARISH OF MONQUHITTER, WHO DIED 29TH AUGUST 1821, AGED 32 YEARS. ALSO JAMES IMLACH, SON OF JAMES IMLACH, NORTHBURN, WHO DIED IN MAY 1849 AGED 27 YEARS. AND THE ABOVE JA...
James Imlah worked for his father at the Mains of Idoch, Turriff, after his father's death, he continued to work there for his brother, Alexander. When John, died in 1821 James took over from him the tenancy of Woodhead of Delgaty in the parish of Monquhitter, he stayed at Woodhead for over ...
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Thank you so much Miriam for sharing this, I too will be attending the Rootstech and looking forward to the trip to to the FHL, it has been 25 yrs. since I last went to the Library and the one thing I need to be this visit is prepared and organized.
However, there are times when I would like to tweak my own list and sort the various fields to make them easier to plan research trips. I'm getting ready for RootsTech in a few weeks and am looking forward to my first visit at the Family History Library. I decided to make my own repository ...
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Friday’s Faces from the Past~
This photo is from my Great Grandmother, Mary Isabella Watson's Album, If I had to put a date to it I would guess it would sometime in the 1880's? , there is no writing on the back but I think it may be someone in the Smith family ( Mary Watson was married ...
This photo is from my Great Grandmother, Mary Isabella Watson's Album, If I had to put a date to it I would guess it would sometime in the 1880's? , there is no writing on the back but I think it may be someone in the Smith family ( Mary Watson was married James Fenton Smith) the mystery man has ...
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The Examination of EDWIN KEIGHT, Clerk to the Clerk to the Guardians of the WEST HAM Poor Law Union, in the County of Essex, taken on oath before us, the undersigned, two of Her Majesty's Justice of the Peace, acting together, in and for the said County of Essex, this 5th day of August, ...
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Church Record Sunday~ 1778 Parish Church of Tarves
PATERSON, MARGARET (O.P.R. Births 243/00 0010 0303 TARVES Paterson: Aug 6 William Paterson in Cairnbrogie had a daughter baptized and named Margaret, Will Reid and Chas Watson witnesses. Margaret Paterson my 4 Great Grandmother, daughter of William Paterson...
Margaret Paterson my 4 Great Grandmother, daughter of William Paterson and Mary Smith ( yes another Smith line) was baptized in the Parish Church of Tarves, Aberdeen, Scotland on 6th day of August 1778. The witnesses were William Reid and Charles Watson, Charles Watson is my 5th Great ...
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Sunday’s Obituary~ George Shearer Imlah
  The Aberdeen Daily Journal May 20, 1912 Fatal Accident at Turriff. Farmers son Killed by young horse, Page 5 of the Aberdeen Daily Journal dated Monday May 20, 1912   George Imlah, son of John Imlah, Marywell, Turriff, who worked with his father on the fa...
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Life After Rootstech
What an incredible time I had at the 2014 Rootstech in Salt Lake City Utah, I  had originally planned on attending all  3 days of classes but by Friday evening after walking back from the FHL found I was exhausted from the getting up early, attending classe...
What an incredible time I had at the 2014 Rootstech in Salt Lake City Utah, I had originally planned on attending all 3 days of classes but by Friday evening after walking back from the FHL found I was exhausted from the getting up early, attending classes, walking the HUGE Salt Palace many ...
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Rootstech 2014 Here I come!
I'm so excited!! Registered and rooms booked, I'm looking forward to being able to attend 3 days of classes this year ( last time I was only able to do one day).
"This packrat has learned that what the next generation will value most is not what we owned, but the evidence of who we were and the tales of how we loved. In the end, it's the family stories that are worth the storage.” ~Ellen Goodman~. “Without genealogy, the study of history is lifeless.
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Military Monday~ Battle Of Trafalgar
DAVID CHRISTIAN David Christian my 4th Great Grandfather a Private in the 130th Company of the Royal Marines, served 6 months before being discharged after the loss of  his left arm (from the elbow down) at the battle of Trafalgar. He was aboard the HMS Afr...
David Christian my 4th Great Grandfather a Private in the 130th Company of the Royal Marines, served 6 months before being discharged after the loss of his left arm (from the elbow down) at the battle of Trafalgar. He was aboard the HMS Africa, a 64 gun third rate ship, one of twelve ships in ...
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Tombstone Tuesday~ Alice Mary Allen 1885~1928
Alice Mary Allen: Prospect Cemetery,Toronto Canada Sec 21 Lot 558S Mason In Loving Memory Of Alice Mary Mason Beloved Wife Of James R Mason Died Dec 23 1928 Aged 43 Years. Alice Mary Allen Cocklin Mason, my Maternal Great Grandmother  the daughter of Willia...
Alice Mary Allen Cocklin Mason, my Maternal Great Grandmother the daughter of William Allen and Mary Ann Christian born in Bromley By Bow, London, England in 1885. Alice left England in 1912 with her first husband Daniel Cocklin and their children to make a new home in Canada and to join Alice's ...
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Tombstone Tuesday~Harold Edward Smith
SMITH IN LOVING MEMORY OF  HAROLD E. SMITH OCT 28 1899- OCT 12 1959 BELOVED HUSBAND OF  RUTH E ROUTERY SEPT 13 1905-DEC 22 1963 My Grandfathers younger brother Harold and his wife Ruth are buried at Park Lawn Cemetery in Toronto, Canada.
"This packrat has learned that what the next generation will value most is not what we owned, but the evidence of who we were and the tales of how we loved. In the end, it's the family stories that are worth the storage.” ~Ellen Goodman~. “Without genealogy, the study of history is lifeless.
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