Monthly Archives: June 2009
Some interesting DNA genealogy stories of recent news Genetic genealogy: Compensation for lack of hertiage/information … Proud Parenting – … knowledge of my genetic father that was forcibly imposed on myself by being donor conceived I undertook a genetic genealogy … Continue reading
The following four new indexing projects were added this week: · Jamaica, Trelawny Births, 18781930 · Mexico, Censo de 1930Mexico · Rhode Island1920 U.S. Federal Census · Vermont1920 U.S. Federal Census Recently Completed Projects (Note: Recently completed projects have been … Continue reading
An important thing to ask your older relatives is what they remember about historic events in their life time. In that spirit, I’m going to record here one of my memories: On June 4, 1989, my mother and I were … Continue reading
I grew up in Huntsville, Alabama and brought up my children there. Though the kids considered it rather “backwater”, it really is a great place to live with lots of history and a great future. Here is a round up … Continue reading
It’s on SR 87, just north of Navarre, FL in the area known as “Holley” A fine lady, whom I met when I first came to Navarre.