Lesser Franklin's story of travel, family history, and town building.
This story is about the factors that entered into my decision to delve into the family history and how it came to be.
A story of 4American Families. They would form a new story with a new future.
The Effects of Mental Illness in Families & How It Affected My Father's Relationship with His Brother
This story is about Leroy Harris and his known family.
A user guide to creating, managing, and extending family trees in the Treelines Storybuilder.
Everything has a beginning. This is the story of mine.
Not quite 14 years old, I met my ancestors by accident and life has never been the same.
This is a story of family secrets that are not secret anymore. I felt like a detective. But the biggest gift was finding my lost family.
Work, work, work - Morning, noon and night. Time to sleep? What, I need to find my ancestors?
A scarred wooden toy chest reveals the story of an ambitious New York box maker and the tragic end of a family business.
Long Lost Glasscocks: The Interesting Story of Glasscock Cousins who changed their name to Ballard in Autauga/Chilton/Elmore Co. Alabama..
This is the story of my Great-Great Grandmother Sarah Doyle. A slave to the Burwell Lee family of Virginia
Abel and Jessie Lee Lynch were just about to retire to the good life down in Florida, when.....
A very active aunt, Etta(Etus)Prihoda (Berger), involved my sister and I in the Hungarian cottage, House of Pacific Relations in San Diego
A quick-n-easy user guide to creating your first Treelines story.
I am trying to preserve history, to keep people and places of my ancestors from passing into history, without acknowledgement or notice, und
This is the story of how I discovered the lost ancestors of Nadine Rhoads, My Grandmother.
Pete and Eileen (Kinnick) Smith were married on St. Patrick's Day, 17 Mar 1938, and lived on a farm north of Coon Rapids, Iowa.