Family Charts Spring months are upon us and summer is even closer then we realize. With summer, comes vacations and family reunions. it’s the perfect time for many family historians to share their work, family charts, family trees and stories.
Who was Essie Mae Stewart? Well now the time has come to introduce you to Essie Mae Stewart, my great grandmother on my maternal side. She was born on the 2nd of November in 1880 in Daviess County, Indiana. Her
Meet Edward Clinton Edward was also known as Eddie or Ed Clinton. He was born the 17th of February 1878 in Steele, Daviess County, Indiana. His parents were Samuel Clinton and Arnetta Chestnut. Both of his parents were also born
Meet James Raymond Langston Grandpa as I would call him was born the 21st of January in 1917 to the happy parents of Roscoe H. Langston and Aline Marie Smith. Born in Cape Girardeau, Missouri just like his mother but
Who was Lena Katherine Elizabeth Hopper Lena was the daughter of Robert Nathaniel E Hopper and Emma Josephine Harrenburg both from Cape Girardeau, Missouri. She was born on the 6th of December in 1913 also in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. As
34th Wedding Anniversary On the 3rd of August 1974 Fred and Colleen Elfrank celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary. How do I know this well, they’re my grandparents. Plus there was a note on the back of the photo.
Hunting for Your Biological Family Maybe There’s More to Your Family Story Then You Know It might be me but I’ve seen an increase in people searching for other biological family members. Whether its children looking for their parents or
Because We are Ashamed Should We Deny It Wouldn’t it be better to acknowledge our ancestors and our history? I’ve learned that acknowledging what we have learned about our ancestors is just that acknowledging. We can be ashamed and not
I received a wonderful surprise over Spring break and couldn’t wait to share it. I would say many of us are familiar with FaceBook and even have an account, but then I remembered my own husband doesn’t. The
As researchers we encounter those wonderful stories of uniting our clients with their family history through the research that we do. That is a wonderful gift, job or tool however you word it, we take pride in what we do