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Mike McPharlin

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Found in The Des Moines Register in Des Moines, Iowa on Sun, Jan 29, 1911. Calvin Brockett Death
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Cool:-)
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My 5x Great Grandfather.
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Right On:-)
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Judy Gurley

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shawna bizieff

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Marilyn Monroe's daughter Norma Jean Parker born on In dependents day 1942 in Clovis ,California.
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Norma Jean Baker's daughter Norma Jean Parker born on the Fourth of July 1942 in Clovis California!
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Dirk brings his family tree to class.
#genealogy #ancestry #idigdeadpeople 
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5 Sources for Civil War Unit Histories – Amy Johnson Crow - http://wp.me/p7eVWE-Gr
Broadening your researching into your Civil War ancestor beyond the pension records and service records can reveal new insight into the time he served. Unit histories can help you pinpoint where he…
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Emmons stevens
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Julie Byrne

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God Bless my Nan Lili Irene Watton from East Park, Wolverhampton, U.K. She passed away on the 27th October 2016. The funeral is on the 22nd of November 2016.

Hope she Rests In Peice & be reunited with her husdand John Charles Watton.

She will be missed, but hold a place in our hearts.
Love you Nan as always Thinking of you
Juls, Lee, & Lewis, Thomas & Connor. xxx
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Many thanks
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Yury Lychkouski

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Just published the reconstructed image of Glausnaff COA.
Yury Lychkouski originally shared:
 
Just published the reconstructed image of Glausnaff COA.
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Karen Roberts

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Speaking to Christians that anxiety is pointless and foolish and then pointing to a list of verses as evidence doesn't serve to create a community; rather, it perpetrates fear; fear that is something wrong with me, fear of being seen (rejected) for who I really am, fear that I will never trust God enough. It further illustrates an attitude that says, "The Bible Says It, I Believe It, That Settles It" will never get us very far in conversations about anxiety, because it effectively ends that conversation (and usually ends up creating more anxiety for those who already struggle with it).

As Christians we need to grow our capacity for uncertainty and vulnerability, treasuring those means of connection as we also submit to God's truth.
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lol - i need to check . I posted something that i assumed was to my page so who knows?

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My 5x great grandfather was Baji prabhu pradhan,later named Deshpande because of rank of revenue officer having 1/10th share in revenue granted by Shivajiraje Bhonsale.He died while fighting with the enemies in Pawan Khind,Maharashtra,India
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Julia Joy

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It is the beginning of Carnival Season 2017. I am pausing to reflect on all I am and all I have learned over my three decades...
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Sylvia Blau

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Anyone from Tennessee or Virginia or Illinois or Wisconsin with family name of King on this page?
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+Carole Grant​ Carol I was born and grew up in Southern Indiana. My maiden name is King.
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Sylvia Blau

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Got my Christmas gift. Going to do and send tomorrow.
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Cool! I'll be so happy when I can get my done!
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How do I go about finding out my lineage?
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Thank you Bonnie
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Al Mclaughlin

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Malinda West

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A beautiful tribute.
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Dr. Jane Lyons

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Ireland : Laois (Queen's Co.)
Donaghmore Workhouse

They have a huge amount of equioment which has been saved, rescued and donated to them over the years

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Thank you for the photos of which are of great interest. Through Ancestry, I recently discovered my great, great grandfather was an inmate in the Tobermore workhouse (22 miles from Donaghmore) and I can only assume his wife was in the women's section...I can find no records of her. Two of their sons emigrated to Australia and New Zealand.
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JaKobi Burton

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A good read...
I'm often asked, “Is there a way to make just part of my tree public? I don't want to share all my photos, just some of them.” There is a way to control what you show and don't show on your public tree without keeping a duplicate copy. Here's How: Last month I wrote about public versus private ...
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June Higgins

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Good blog on some problems of FindAGrave.
FindAGrave is an incredible resource for genealogy. However, there is a problem with its basic structure. How FindAGrave can get out of the numbers game.
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+Nancy Gillispie Well, with any web site, improvements can be made. You bring up several points which I also have encountered - I think the site has a e-mail address in which you can voice your concerns & give suggestions. Anyway, the site is, in my opinion, a good place in which to study/find genealogy information.

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