Sunday, November 9, 2014

Who Tells the family? Follow-up

Two years ago I blogged the question, "Who tells the family?" where I asked the question of who tells the family "back home" when a distant family member dies. In that posting I asked, "Did they (the settlers of his estate, his local friends or someone else) put an inquiry into a Kentucky paper to locate the family of Garland Slemmons long ago resident? I don't know, but I would really like to find out."

Well guess what I found!

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Why am I looking for descendants of Nellie George Collins Chesney?

I love pictures....there isn't a genealogist that I know who doesn't love pictures....However, there is a limit to how many pictures I can have in my house. Over the years I have become the keeper of the family pictures. Pictures from and of my: grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles, parents, kids, great-grandparents, etc, etc.

So I have decided to let technology come to my rescue.  My Plan?

Monday, July 14, 2014

Mystery Monday - Are these the Warders I'm looking for? part 2

Last Monday, I posted the beginning of a search for the Francis and Susan Warder who had written a letter to my 3 great-grandfather, George Munday, in 1815. If you would like to read that posting go ahead I'll wait - click here

OK are you all caught up? Boy you're a fast reader....anyway onward and upward.

Monday, July 7, 2014

Mystery Monday - Are these the Warders I'm looking for? part 1

In Saturday's post (found here) I covered an 1815 letter written to my 3rd great-grandfather, George Munday, of Prince William County, Virginia by Francis and Susan Warder.

First let me say that I have looked in the book about the Warder family titled, "A history and genealogy of the Warder family in Virginia, Kentucky and Illinois" on Ancestry and can not find this Francis and Susan Warder.

I dug around a little bit on the 'net for Francis and Susan Warder. But because no address, city or state was listed on the letter, I really didn't have an idea on where to start looking.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Sibling Saturday - 1815 Letter from Francis and Susan Warder

Years ago my aunt allowed me to copy a letter that had been handed down in the family. (A lot of my research starts with my aunt having something handed down in the family.)

Anyway, the 1815 letter is from a Francis and Susan Warder to my great-great-great grandfather, George Munday. It is addressed to George while he was living in Haymarket, Prince William County, Virginia. It is a xeroxed copy and in pretty decent shape. Here is how it looks:

Sunday, June 22, 2014

"Brick wall" comes down and new line to research

How I feel when a "brick wall" comes down and a new line opens up to research!

Hope you enjoyed, glad you stopped by and please come back again ;)

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Where have I been?

Hello everyone,

Sorry for taking such a long time off from posting. It's not that I haven't thought about it or even had ideas for posts, it was just that.....I didn't feel like it. You know how it goes sometimes, if you ain't feelin' it - you ain't doin' it! So I didn't.

But I think I might be feelin' it again. I have had some major breakthroughs in a couple of my lines that should make for some pretty interesting posts and hope you enjoy them.

If you have stayed subscribed to my little ol' blog during my quiet spell - THANKS for hanging in there with me. It really does mean a lot to me.

I must be off now so that I can start crafting my coming blog posts.

Hope you enjoyed, glad you stopped by and please come back again ;)


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