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Midge Frazel
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Penned From the Lips of my Father
To find out when this narrative was written down, I simply did a Google search for "Isaac Denison and the War of 1812 " and this magazine article magically appeared. Most of it is word for word of the booklet I own. The first paragraph on the lower left bot...
To find out when this narrative was written down, I simply did a Google search for "Isaac Denison and the War of 1812" and this magazine article magically appeared. Most of it is word for word of the booklet I own. The firs...
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Capt. Ebenezer GALLUP and Angeline STANTON
Photo by Brian Zoldak, used with permission Row #1, Grave #308-10-013, GPS 41.41691 N - 71.97187 W (Transcript from Hale Survey) Gallup Capt. Ebenezer, died Mar 10, 1864 age 64,  Gallup, Angelina Stanton, wife of Capt. Ebenezer, died Aug. 9, 1883 age 76 Cap...
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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Reading, Writing and Caffeine
Photo by Midge Frazel, 2015 Reading, Writing and Caffeine Like the 3Rs (reading, writing and arithmetic), reading, writing and caffeine seem to go together, especially in the summer.  I spent some of last Sunday on Mother's Day doing just that. I am calling...
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Tablets and Treadmills
Tablet Collage by Midge Frazel, 2015 Tablets and Treadmills Here at the Frazel household, Hubs uses our aging treadmill a few time a week and as we don't have access to cable in our unfinished basement, He was content to listen to audiobooks on his headphon...
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Rolling Around
New Floor Mat, May 2015, photo by Midge Rolling Around My Office When we moved to our new condo more than four years ago, hubs bought me a new mat to go under my office chair. The carpeting in our upstairs is horrible and we think that we may have to underg...
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Mother's Day 2015
Photo by Midge Frazel, 10 May 2015 Can you tell that I am a genealogist?
Photo by Midge Frazel, 10 May 2015 Can you tell that I am a genealogist?
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What Can Be Proved?
"It was a bright day and the wind blew freshly from the land." Photos by Midge Frazel and Brian Zoldak Strange things happen when you try to transcribe and prove family documents that you inherit. Well, it was already transcribed, printed in a magazine and ...
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Sentimental Sunday: Blogging History
History of My Blogging Adventure I started the blogs that you can visit today in April and June of 2006. I am happy to say that they are still going strong. I had a blog before these blogs  but it was created for an assignment while I was in graduate school...
History of My Blogging Adventure I started the blogs that you can visit today in April and June of 2006. I am happy to say that they are still going strong. I had a blog before these blogs  but it was created for an assign...
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The Lesson of the Baked Potato
Photo by Midge Frazel, 2015 The Lesson of the Baked Potato Yes, I know that this photo is not a baked potato! It is a ceramic server for butter or sour cream for putting on baked potatoes. My daughter made it in ceramic classes she took in upper elementary ...
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Ebenezer GALLUP, Jr.
Row #1, Grave #308-10-012, GPS 41.41688 N - 71.97184 W (Transcript from Hale Survey) Gallup Ebenezer, born Feb. 14, 1827, died Jan. 28, 1894 photo by Brian Zoldak, used with permission Ebenezer Gallup, Jr. (1827-1894) As you might have guessed, Ebenezer, Jr...
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Tombstone Tuesday: Ellen FARLEY
Row #1, Grave #308-10-011, GPS 41.41689 N - 71.97186 W (Transcript from Hale Survey)  Gallup, Ellen, wife of Ebenezer, born Oct. 18, 1830, died Oct. 1, 1899 Photo by Brian Zolak, used with permission Ellen FARLEY (1830-1899) Ellen Farley's parents are unkno...
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Baffled by Military Records?
Photo by Midge Frazel, 2004, Elm Grove Cemetery At the recent NERGC conference, I was once again reminded that I had not looked at the War of 1812 pension files for my maternal third great grandparents whose names were Issac Denison, Jr. and Levina Fish. Sh...
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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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Research Ties: home
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A new service to aid you in documenting your genealogical research activities.

The First Unofficial Guide To Dropbox
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Legacy Family Tree Software
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Digital Storytelling
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Digital storytelling presentation to be given at NERGC on 23 April 2009.

Once She Knew [NOOK Book]
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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

SPECIAL OFFER: Cemetery Research 101 on 10/1 | FamilyTreeUniversity.com
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You know you've been bitten by the genealogy bug when cemeteries cease to be creepy and turn into a place you can spend hours. Cemetery Rese

Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight E-Reader Review
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Welcome! I really enjoy exchanging information with people and hope this blog will help with that. Some of the surnames I'm researching: Man

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These Guidelines are a publication of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), Executive Office of Energy and Envir

Grave terms of use | The Legal Genealogist
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Next in the occasional series on terms of service are the two big websites set up for crowdsourcing 1 of tombstones and other death informat

THE SECOND NEW ENGLAND GENEABLOGGER BASH
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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

New England Ships Passenger Lists, The Confidence 1638
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search free ships passenger list on the The Confidence 1638 to New England

Family History, Family Trees & Genealogy Blog | Sticky Notes by Ance...
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Collins Tracing Your Scottish Family History [NOOK Book]
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Available in: NOOK Book (eBook). The authoritative and comprehensive guide to tracing your Scottish ancestryTheres never been a better time

I love bags and cases and holders... | Kathy Schrock's Kaffeeklatsch
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Roocase has a bag in their netbook category that is for 11.6" items. It fits the small MBA well and you can even fit the iPad and cable

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

The Armchair Genealogist: RootsTech: Live-Streaming Schedule
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