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- The Ancestry of my 4th great-grandfather Peleg Rogers. Too many men named Peleg and Shadrach Rogers/Rodgers!
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Monthly Archives: July 2022
Rest in Peace Cousin Tony Dow
I used to watch Leave it to Beaver in syndication when I was a kid. I was quite saddened to learn of Tony Dow’s death at the age of 77 this past Wednesday. So, I thought I’d post my genealogical … Continue reading
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52 Ancestors – Week 30: Teams. My Cousin Mitchell “Mitch” Nutick. Dancer on Broadway and Founder of the West Hollywood Tennis Association.
This week’s writing prompt for 52 Ancestors is Teams. I do have Irish ancestors killed by a team of runaway horses, and many ancestors that were farmers and used a team of horses. I have some distant cousins that have … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy Tagged 13 Daughters, 52 Ancestors, Armstrong, Bells are Ringing, Bowker, Broadway, California, CBC Television, Cousins, Dancer, Deer Park, Deer Park High School, Denny Vaughn Show, Double cousins, family history, Family Tree, gay, Genealogy, Guys and Dolls, Hamilton County Ohio, LATA, LGBT, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Tennis Association, Manhattan, Mitch Nutick, Mitch Nutick Club Tennis Tournaments, New York City, Nutick, Off Broadway, Ohio, Tennis, Terrace Park Ohio, The Body Beautiful, The Girls Against the Boys, U.S.T.A., West Hollywood, West Hollywood Tennis Association Leave a comment
German Surnames in My Family tree and German Language Studies. 52 Ancestors, Week 29: Fun Fact.
This week’s writing theme for 52 Ancestors is “Fun Fact.” Not everything in family history has to be serious. This week, we can be creative and think of something fun you’ve found during your research. With that in mind, I … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy Tagged 52 Ancestors, Acker, Ackerman, Alb-Donau-Kreis, Anhausen, Öl, Baden-Württemberg, Barbelroth, Bavaria, Bier, Busch, Cochem-Zell, Dettingen, Deutsche Sprache schwere Sprache!, Diedenshausen, Donau-Ries, Druckenmüller, Druckenmiller, Durlangen, Ediger, Edigheim, Enzweihingen, family history, Family Tree, Fußgonheim, Fun Fact, Genealogy, German, German American, Germany, Großhans, Grosshans, Hafer, Jung, Kaes, Karlsruhe, Kase, Kasebier, Käse, Käsebier, kühl, Keller, Kirchenbauer, Klingenmünster, Kuhl, Löwe, learning German, Linde, Lindenmeyer, Loew, Mann, Maxsain, Meyer, Noettingen, Nordhofen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Ohl, Oktoberfest, Ostalbkreis, Pfinztal, Reich, Rheinland-Pfalz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Söllingen, Scherer, Schwarzenau, Schwarzland, Schwarzländer, Sheep, Siegen-Wittgenstein, Silber, Sonntag, Spatz, Steinhart, Stuttgart, Swartzlander, weiß, Wein, Weinmann, Weinrich, Weiss, Wenrich, Westerwaldkreis, Westfalen, Wittgenstein, Zurbach 3 Comments
Famous Fahey Kin. Actress Myrna Fahey. 52 Ancestors, Week 28 – Characters.
This week’s writing prompt is Characters. Although we are always free to be creative and interpret the prompt however we wish, some suggestions were: every family has a person who might be described as a “character,” or someone named for … Continue reading
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William G. Lyons, My 2nd Great Granduncle. 52 Ancestors, Week 27: Extended Family.
This week’s writing prompt for 52 Ancestors is Extended Family. We often focus on those people from whom we descend. But what about their siblings, aunts, uncles, and cousins? They played a role in our ancestors’ lives, just like those … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy Tagged 52 Ancestors, Addis, Armstrong, Barton, Bucks County Pennsylvania, California, Chainman Mine, Cooper, Cowger's Ranch, Dutch, Ely, Family Tree, Genealogy, German, Gold, Gold Rush, Hamilton County Ohio, Jewett Adams, Kansas, Lyons, Lyons County Nevada, McGill, Miami County Ohio, Mineral City, Mining, Monitor Mine, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Placer County California, Silver, Stinsman, Virginia City Nevada, Ward Nevada, White Pine 3 Comments