July 31, 2014

John Breedlove Civil War Diary: Deaths 1864

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It’s always a goal of mine to share information I think will be helpful to other genealogists and family historians. My cousin Kathleen and I recently received the gift of a lifetime: a scanned copy of our GG-Grandfather John W. […]

Ancestry Free Access Weekend – U. S. Military Records

    Military records are one of the most rich in genealogical gold that I have ever used.  The Ancestry U.S. Military records collection contains over a 100 million names and spans 300 years.  Give it a try for free […]

With Thanks To All Veterans

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    As I noted right before, and on election day, I am eternally grateful to the veterans and *civilians who made it possible to vote in my country.  I am grateful to all of them, past, present and future. […]

Otto Family Had Five in World War II

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All Came Home (click on image until it is viewable full-sized) All of these men are, or were, my husband Jim’s uncles from his mother Mary Jane Otto Wilkerson’s side of the family.  Going by the dates mentioned in the […]

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