By now I’m sure most of you have heard many comments about backing up your files, data. Well yes that was my thought today. We are always reminded about setting up a time to change out our smoke detector batteries.
Published in February of 1917 in the Daily Alaska Dispatch out of Juneau, Alaska. MOMENTOUS DAY IN THE HISTORY OF UNITED STATES The third day of February, 1917, is probably destined to go down in history as one of momentous
My grandmother, Martha Colleen Elfrank, had many ways of expressing her creativity. It wasn’t unusual to find her flexing her creativity gene through needlework or painting. I remember my grandparents living in a couple different homes, no they weren’t military,
Published in July of 1910 by the Oregonian out of Portland, Oregon GRAVE MYSTERY SOLVED MISTAKE IN CEMETERY SURVEY IS HELD TO BLAME Byron P. Vincent Buried in Absence of Sexton – Hannah Smith Still Cannot Be Found. The mystery
Published in September of 1922 in the Montgomery Advisor out of Montgomery, AL CONSERVING OUR HISTORY It took Alabama about a hundred years to show any special interest in its own history, but of late its people have
How many times do we hear someone asking us for our input on a particular subject, everything from world happenings to the world of genealogy as a whole? I thought I would try out a new blog post on Thursdays
There are many things that I have found in my home that hold history, family history that is. I thought it would be fun to photograph a few of these “treasures” and share them with you and maybe a little
Published in April of 1904 in the Philadelphia Inquirer out of Philadelphia, PA Water Still Flooding Old Cemetery The water from a subterranean spring which has flooded the old Menonnite Cemetery at Germantown avenue and Herman street, still continues