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She is not smiling for the photo. She is not even looking at the camera. Who is my great grandmother? What does her expression mean?
Jozef and Esther Rutner Joshowitz's Family Story
My most treasured heirloom recalls holiday meals and Grammy's cooking. It also records -- literally! -- something more about their lives.
The story of how my great-grandmother almost didn't make it to the U.S.
Mary Reynolds, Kent, England, arrived 1630, married Richard Sanger 1649, 7 kids. In 1705, at 75, begging food/wood at town meeting.
In my late teens and early twenties my curiosity began to get the better of me. Where am I from and what makes me me?
Robert & Dick met at Brown University in 1979. They share fifteen direct Ancestors, and more common lines of descent.
This "American mutt" learns about the distant ancestor who immigrated to the US in search of religious freedom... but didn't stay for long!
Christina Elizabeth Nicholls Vincent was my Great-Grandmother. I remember my Mom telling me stories of her life.
Ten years after nearly hanging for stealing deer from a nearby manor, Tricia's ancestor would suffer Indians stealing animals from his land.
A sailor's life in the Victorian Royal Navy
Samuel Carter left England with his wife and family in 1862 as a Mormon Pioneer.
Charles James Vincent traveled throughout the English Empire during his 21 years in the Army