Monthly Archives: April 2013

Tombstone Tuesday – Where will I be laid to rest?

As a genealogist, death doesn’t bother me.  The dying part does, but not death.  I love wandering around cemeteries. And I spend time thinking about the problem of where I will be laid to rest.  As a Christian I realize … Continue reading

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Amanuensis Monday – Ann Tracy Watt letter

I have tried to transcribe this as written.  The paper is old and writing is faded.   I believe this letter was written to my Great Great Grandmother Maria Artlysia (Aunt Lissa) who was Ann’s sister in law, married to … Continue reading

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Census Sunday – Leo and Mabel Gotcher

I was one of those that counted down the days to the release of the 1940 census.  One of the first couples I looked for was my Grandpa and Grandma Gotcher.  I was curious to see where they lived and … Continue reading

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