A story about my genealogical journey, how it all started and where it has led.
Mary Reynolds, Kent, England, arrived 1630, married Richard Sanger 1649, 7 kids. In 1705, at 75, begging food/wood at town meeting.
William Wesley Wilkerson worked to create a better city for his family.
It turns out Chris O'Donnell isn't the only swordsman in his family. He comes from a long line of military men!
This "American mutt" learns about the distant ancestor who immigrated to the US in search of religious freedom... but didn't stay for long!
This is my ancestry from myself back to Elias Taylor, Sr. I was able to join the DAR thru him.
The John Choate and Cora Gibbs family has a direct ancestor who volunteered to defend his community, and fought for US independence
The Wencl J. & Theresia (Braulich) Haberman Family
The life of German immigrant and American citizen, Bernard Becker.
Hunting for James Englehart's parents
Crossing the threshold after 210 years, two branches of the same family re-unite under a single roof
The story of the marriage of my mother's paternal grandparents, Martin and Mary Coll McGarry.
Ten years after nearly hanging for stealing deer from a nearby manor, Tricia's ancestor would suffer Indians stealing animals from his land.
The autobiography of Fumi Jean (Hisayasu) Shiomi
Nels Sommer & Ane Marie Jonasen met and married in Denmark and had their first two children there before emigrating to Rockford, Illinois.