When looking back at how things have changed from our cloths, televisions and automobiles we sometimes forget about the simple smaller things. No I’m not talking about cell phones getting smaller I’m talking about toys. The toys we had or
Published on the 16th of August in 1825 in the American Watchman in Wilmington, DE RAN AWAY On Saturday the 16th inst. from the subscriber, near Middletown, Del., a bright mulatto, named Philip Szansberry Nutter, about 18 or 19 years of age.
Middletown Historical Society Museum offers a glimpse into the lives of those who have served our country. The museum is open every Friday for those of you who would like to see the “Middletown Goes to War” exhibit, no charge.
Published the 14th of July in 1902 in the Philadelphia Inquirer out of Philadelphia, PA TRENCHES DUG TO HOLD BODIES OF MINE VICTIMS Regular Grave Diggers Refused to Work, So Comrades Dug Grave WORK TO BE BEGUN But Foreign Laborers
Published on the 26th of September in 1814 in the Delaware Gazette & State Journal out of Wilmington, DE [For the Delaware Gazette,] Com. Thomas Macdonough The hero of Champlain was born at the Trap, in New Castle
There are so many great blogs and websites out there that focus on genealogy and the family research. You can’t help but get caught up in reading them and I’ll confess sometimes reading some of the posting twice. I wanted
Don’t give up on your research into your family history. We all start out with a tree similar to this one. But over time of viewing photographs, reading documents and visiting many repositories you begin to see your family tree