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52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Shirley Helen Krueger

Recently my friend Amy Crow, who writes No Story Too Small, challenged others to join her in writing about our ancestors each week.  This is week 3 of the challenge and I’m going to share some stories of my maternal grandmother, Shirley Helen Krueger Morse.  I’ve written a few posts about her in the past, […]

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52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Billie Thomas Alford

Billie Thomas Alford was my paternal grandfather.  He was born October 11, 1922 in Hot Springs, Arkansas and died September 28, 2008 in Mishawaka, Indiana.  His parents were Arlie Arthur Alford and Naomi Rosa Reynolds.  He had an older sister, Annie Mae who was born November 20, 1920.  Unfortunately, their parents passed away from tuberculosis […]

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52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Margaret Ann Clifford Alford

Recently my friend Amy Crow, who writes No Story Too Small, challenged others to join her in writing about our ancestors each week.  Since I’ve been wanting to write more about my family on a regular basis I thought this was a prime opportunity to step up to the plate.  So here we go! My […]

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2014 Goal words

Goal Words for 2014: Balance, Savor, Focus

This year I’m starting something new in how I make my yearly goals.  A number of my genealogy friends are choosing three words to help them work on their goals which is based on Chris Brogan’s blog.  The point is to use these words to help me remember my goals by emphasizing these three words […]

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