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Revolutionary War: Stephen Avery
Stephen Avery, Town Clerk Revolutionary War:  Stephen Avery Previous Blog Post History of Stonington, Connecticut by Richard A. Wheeler, p. 208 This Independence Day, I'd like to give special thanks for this man, Stephen Avery, Esq, patriot of the Revolutio...
Dedicated to gravestone research and photography, personal family history, technology and research ideas. Guided by my inner light, I strive to help others enjoy their ancestors. Charter Member of the Gravestone Rabbits. Pages. Home · About My Blog · Important Information ...
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Tombstone Tuesday: Melinda Williams
Row #2, Grave #308-10-019, GPS 41.41698 N - 71.97194 W (Transcript from Hale Survey)  Gallup, Helinda, wife of Luke, died Dec. 16, 1835, age 42  (Note: The Hale has her name as Helinda when it should be Melinda) Melinda WILLIAMS, daughter of Lt. William Wil...
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Summer BloggingSupplies by Midge Frazel, 2015
Mr. Highly Caffeinated, photo by Midge Frazel, 2015 Today, hubs (shown here) and I ventured out in the world so I could go to Kohl's and get my Red, White and Blue clothes to wear to the party my daughter and son-in-law are having on the 4th of July. On the...
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Tombstone Tuesday: Luke Gallup
Row #2, Grave #308-10-018 GPS 41.41698 N - 71.97195 W (Transcript from Hale Survey) Gallup, Luke, died Feb. 6, 1869, age 74 yrs. 9 mos. 19 da. Photo by Brian Zoldak, 214, used with permission "Dear husband, thou are gone to rest,..." Words on this graveston...
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Olive Gallup Ball
Row #2, Grave #308-10-016, GPS 41.41693 N - 71.97193 W  (Transcript from Hale Survey) Gallup, Olive, wife of Van R., died Sept. 29, 1849, age 26 yrs. 4 da. Olive Gallup was the daughter of Luke Gallup and his first wife Melinda Williams. She was the second ...
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The Class of '65
Things to hold in your hand, photo by Midge Frazel, 2015 Remembering the Class of '65 Twenty-five years ago on 6 Oct 1990, hubs and I went to the Sheraton Islander on Goat Island in Newport, Rhode Island  (now a Hyatt Hotel ) to attend my 25th high school r...
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Catharine Davis Gallup
Row #2, Grave #308-10-020 GPS 41.41694 N - 71.97193 W (Transcript from Hale Survey)  Gallup, Catharine, wife of Luke, died Sept. 13, 1848, age 47 photo by Brian Zoldak, 2014, used with permission Catharine DAVIS born about 1801 or 1802 in nearby Westerly, R...
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Genealogy and Libraries
Pontiac Library, Warwick, RI, August, 2015, photo by Midge Frazel After discovering your ancestors at home, the next stop should be your library. This was my childhood library . They led me to the larger library in Providence, Rhode Island, where I saw my f...
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Tombstone Tuesday: Luke Gallup
Row #2, Grave #308-10-018 GPS 41.41698 N - 71.97195 W (Transcript from Hale Survey) Gallup, Luke, died Feb. 6, 1869, age 74 yrs. 9 mos. 19 da. Photo by Brian Zoldak, 214, used with permission "Dear husband, thou are gone to rest,..." Words on this graveston...
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Mary Gallup
Row #2, Grave #308-10-017, GPS 41.41697 N - 71.97195 W (Transcript from Hale Survey) Gallup, Mary, wife of Luke, died Mar. 26, 1870, age 62 yrs. 1 mo. 9 da. Mary, whose surname might be Wells or could have been married first to a man named Wells is not clea...
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Tombstone Tuesday: Little Augusta Ball
Row #2, Grave #308-10-015, GPS 41.41695 N - 71.97190 W (Transcript from Hale Survey) Gallup Augusta M., daughter of Van R. & Olive, died July 5, 1848, age 4 mos. 5 da. A little longer, sweetest babe/ Couldn't I have kept thee here? A little longer hadst tho...
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Sentimental Sunday: Newspaper Evidence
The Providence Journal/The Evening Bulletin, Providence, Rhode Island, 15 June 1965, partial copy of the article, 2015 In my high school yearbook, is this folded article from the newspaper of Rhode Island. The morning edition was called the Providence Journ...
The Providence Journal/The Evening Bulletin, Providence, Rhode Island, 15 June 1965, partial copy of the article, 2015 In my high school yearbook, is this folded article from the newspaper of Rhode Island. The morning e...
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retired professional genealogist, author of education technology books, blogger
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Retired professional genealogist specializing in gravestone photography, cemetery research and technology as it applies to genealogy. Author or co-author of ten books on educational technology and avid reader of mystery e-books. Wife, mother and grandmother too.
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genealogist, technology enthusiast, gravestone photographer
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  • Lesley University
    Educational Technology, 2003 - 2007
  • Rhode Island College
    Biology, 1965 - 1969
  • Cranston High School West
    Jr./Sr. High School, 1959 - 1965
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Available in: NOOK Book (eBook). From New York Times bestselling mystery author Sheila Connolly comes a brand-new book that blends her skill

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I missed the first New England Geneablogger Bash last fall but thanks to. Erica and Mike Voolich I was able to ride down with them to the se

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Available in: NOOK Book (eBook). The authoritative and comprehensive guide to tracing your Scottish ancestryTheres never been a better time

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Genealogy Heirlooms: John Gallop - 10th Great Grandfather
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My 10th great grandfather set sail for Boston on March 20, 1630 on the Mary and John as part of the Winthrop Fleet. John Gallop was one of t

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