Missouri State Penitentiary Gas Chamber Tour How many of you have ever visited a penitentiary? Do you know much about its history, prisoners and guards behind the walls? Some don’t realize what history, stories and genealogical significance can be found
Another one out of Kansas but this time the ghost are dancing and living it up in an old saw mill. Printed on Sunday the 10th of February 1889 in the Kansas City Times out of Kansas City, Missouri DANCING
I’m sure you can tell by now this is one of those months that I love searching for ghost, witches and goblins of years past. This one reminds me of some of the haunted homes on Fort Leavenworth in Kansas.
Well with day two underway there are still a large number of family historians, librarians, genealogist archivist and many more that are interested in what’s offered here a NGS. Just to give you a quick visual, I’m sure
Well I have nothing to complain about when it comes to the start of this conference. As I’ve said before this is my first National Genealogical Society (NGS) conference and it appears to be a very well
Don’t let the title of the article lead you in the wrong direction. I of course thought the title would lead to another perfect article from GenealgoyBank.com for the Halloween season. This one appeared in the Kansas City Star paper
While continuing to look for interesting articles, Genealogybank.com,which fit in with the upcoming holiday of Halloween this one, caught my eye. It appeared in the Kansas City Times out of Kansas City, MO in December of 1888. Obviously witches in
While conducting research I often visit Genealogy Bank.comand search their historical newspapers. While doing some research for a family in Missouri I came across this article from the October 23, 1920 Kansas City Star newspaper out of Kansas City, Missouri. I couldn’t help but
Cape Girardeau Southeast Missourian, May 1999 Gilbert Clinton Funeral Mass for Gilbert Niles Clinton of Cape Girardeau will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary’s Cathedral. Msgr. Richard Rolwing will officiate. Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery.
I’ve had this clipping for some time and thought I would share it today. The last line in this wedding announcements cracks me up and I can’t help but wonder what the couple thought when they say the announcement in