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I don’t adjust well to change. I could spend three paragraphs detailing how this is true, or I could simply admit to you . . . I do not own a smart phone. When I found out that FamilySearch.org had … Continue reading
It’s fun to plug your ancestor’s name into a search engine and find a census record or border crossing record. These documents can list where a person’s parents were born, so that you know what country to look in next, … Continue reading
Mexboro, England. April 21, 1903. “Tuesday morning. A very nice day. Handed out 112 tracts today. Had one gospel conversion. Have been very busy this afternoon. Writing now to my wife and children. Am feeling o.k. in the gospel.” —B.Y. … Continue reading
When my maternal grandmother, Thelma Mansfield Armstrong Ebert (23 May 1910) died in 2001, I inherited her genealogical papers.