Published the 14th of June in 1904 in the Sun out of Baltimore, MD HAD TO POSTPONE FUNERAL Family of Mrs. M. E. Curley Could Not Find Cemetery Lot Deed. The funeral of Mrs Mary Elizabeth Curley, who
Appeared on Wednesday the 4th of January in 1893 in the Worcester Daily Spy out of Worcester, Massachusetts NOT HER VALENTINE. A Young Girl Refuses to Marry on Her Wedding Day. MERIDEN, CONN., Jan 3. – The parents of
Focusing on some of the wonderful nuggets of information that can be found when including newspapers in our research. I love including newspapers in my research, you never know what you might find relating to those you’re researching. Including newspapers
HORACE VAUGHAN JUL 28, 1853 JAN 27, 1900 ——— HIS WIFE ELIZABETH B. CHAMBERLAINE 1866 – 1925 THEIR DAUGHTER MILDRED VAUGHAN 1898 – 1920 Horace Vaughan issued marriage license on 20 Oct 1897 in the state of Delaware. Payment of
Not that long ago I made the decision to join the Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce here in Middletown, Delaware. As a small business owner I wasn’t sure where I would fit in or if this was even a good
Published the 24th of September in ?? in the Philadelphia Inquirer out of Philadelphia, PA FRENCH TOWNS INUMDATED A Cemetery Undermined and Coffins Float Down the River PARIS, Sept. 23 – The floods in the Department of Grad
Appeared on Thursday the 30th of September in 1897 in the St Louis Republic out of St Louis, Missouri A DOUBLE WEDDING IN SOUTH ST. LOUIS VALENTINE STELZER AND HIS SON CHRISTIAN CELEBRATE THEIR WEDDING TOGETHER. It Was The Father’s
Tracing your African-American Roots The journey starts here! Discover resources for researching your family history and genealogy. We discuss Slave Schedules, Voter Registration, Freedman’s Bureau, Plantations Records, Bill of Sales and much more.