Monthly Archives: March 2012

It’s Official!

Next task:  Applying to the United States Department of Veteran Affairs for a long overdue tombstone for  Great-grandfather William Donar.  He served in the Union Army from May 31, 1862 to September 8, 1862 with the New York Infantry’s 25th … Continue reading

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Midwest Geneabloggers Unite in Fort Wayne

The Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, was the site of last weekend’s Midwest Geneablogger’s  Meet-Up planned by bloggers Terri O’Connell of Chicago, IL and Tina Eiswerth Lyons of Fort Wayne.  Of course, Thomas MacEntee, developer of the … Continue reading

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Right Before My Eyes

How many times have you heard a fellow genealogist remark with dismay that something they’d long been searching for had been in their possession all along?  They just didn’t realize it ‘til they put the pieces together. Something similar happened … Continue reading

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