2 hrs ago | The Courier Mailer
John and Judy Krug search for ancestors in the cemetery surrounding Old Scotch Church last Thursday, June 13. They found grave sites for 13 Krug family members.
7 hrs ago | Medford Mail Tribune
It was unusual for a Frenchman to pass through New York's Ellis Island, travel across the country, and start a vineyard in the Rogue Valley more than a century ago.
11 hrs ago | Fuquay-Varina Independent
Asia Li'Nay Griffey, a member of the Fuquay-Varina High School Class of 2013, joined the FVHS Family History-Genealogy Club in the fall of 2011.
15 hrs ago | Independent.ie
US First Lady Michelle Obama pictured with her daughters, Sasha and Malia, during their visit to the Long Room in Trinity College Dublin THE US First Lady and her two daughters were given a presentation on their family genealogy and connections to Ireland when they visited Trinity College today.
15 hrs ago | This Is Grimsby
Dr Nick Barratt entertained Friends Of Cleethorpes Heritage with a talk about the show he started ten years ago and delved into the history of the Lincolnshire coast.
15 hrs ago | BreakingNews.ie
Mary Regan, Political Correspondent The First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, and her daughters Malia and Sasha have arrived in Trinity College, Dublin, where the Irish ancestor of their father and husband, Barack Obama, was "Chair of Oratory" more than 200 years ago.
19 hrs ago | Cousinconnect.com
I am seeking ancestors of William James Newton born Oct 1849 near Janesville, WI.
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Telling a Bangor Daily News reporter last week about swimming to safety after his lobster boat sank off Harpswell, 90-year-old Philip Tuttle recalled thinking, "I've gotta get to that next rock."
Marais Bouleur, the area northeast of Rayne, had a rough reputation early on. People who lived there didn't back away from anything, least of all each other.
The seedier side of Galena's past -- a past involving prostitutes and murders -- has come back to life with the resurrection of an historic bordello-turned-tourist destination, and questions are being raised about just what happened in days gone by.
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Both men sought roots to anchor them. Dr. George Urban was searching for a connection to his ancestors after fleeing communist Czechoslovakia in 1984 and arriving in the United States as a refugee.
Jacobs is experienced in auto repair and customer service. Education Retired educators attended the 62nd annual convention of the Wisconsin Retired Educators' Association on May 7 and 8 in Stevens Point.
A group of volunteers in the Shenandoah Valley is collecting information about quilts made in Virginia during the 20th century and before.