Family Heirloom Restoration While attending the 2017 FGS conference in Pittsburgh I took time to visit a few booths. Restoration of our family bibles, photo albums and other treasured items are of concern to many. That’s why I was happy
Oklahoma’s Traveling Cousins The second day of the FGS conference I had a craving for some fast food. So after convincing of a fellow conference attendee, Kathleen Brandt, we heading out for french fries. We were heading back to the
I’m excited today to be heading down to Dover and presenting on some of the fun things and hidden information you find while “Searching Newspapers”. Thank you Downstate Delaware Genealogical Society for inviting me to present today.
Today is the last day of a four month research presentation that I’ve had the pleasure of being the lead presenter in Middletown, Delaware at the Middletown Historical Society Museum. I’ve truly enjoyed each of the three classes, “Where do
Published the 12th of May in 1902 in the Philadelphia Inquires out of Philadelphia, PA THE CITY’S OLDEST BURYING GROUND Interesting Historic Memories Cluster About Hood’s Cemetery, in the Heart of Germantown’s Business District It is somewhat of
Published in August 1920 in the San Jose Mercury News out of San Jose, CA Cemetery of Nameless Stripped by Vandals VIENNA, Aug. 2. – On the river bank in the outskirts of Vienna is the “Cemetery of the Nameless”
Published in May 1904 in the Philadelphia Inquire out of Philadelphia PA SEEK DESPOILERS OF BURIAL LOTS MOUNT MORIAH AUTHORITIES WATCHING FOR VANDALS WHO STEAL FLOWERS SAY LOT HOLDER WAS CAUGHT IN ACT OF TRANSFERRING PLANT. REWARD OFFERED FOR ARRESTS
Published in May 1908 in the Grand Forks Daily Herald out of Grand Forks, ND CHICAGO HAS THE SMALLEST SALOON Smallest Saloon In World Is Abandoned Ice Box and Is Doing a Rushing Business. Chicago, May 5 – “Hey,” said
This is one of the many photographs taken while walking through Old Saint Anne’s Church Cemetery here in Delaware. LAURA EUGENIA WIFE OF MERRITT N. WILLITS, AND DAUGHTER OF ELIAS S. & SARAH A. NAUDAIN DIED FEB. 9 1875,
Don’t know who these girls are but on the back of the photo is a US Army Examiner Base 1718 stamp.