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Looking for Grave of King Henry I

An archaeological project is trying to find the tomb of King Henry I (1068-1135), son of William the Conqueror. Radar technology has found some intriguing evidence at Reading Abbey Quarter which was a monastery that was destroyed during Henry VIII's reign.

It is known that King Henry was buried at this monastery in January 1136 after his death in Normandy. The monastery is closed to the public for the dig but is expected to re-open in 2018. It will be very interesting to see what has been found when the results are made public. 

Read the following stories for more details:

MoJ plans to dig for Henry I's remains at Reading Prison

Graves discovered in King Henry I dig
 
Search Is On for King Henry I, Who May Be Buried Under a Parking Lot
 

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A blog post by Judy G. Russell on her blog The Legal Genealogist was published in July 2016. Judy's words are important and her post should be read by all genealogists.

The expectation of some genealogists that we must share all research that we do, is something we will all be faced with at some point.  I call that the GIFS (Genealogy is For Sharing) mentality.

In fact it is not incumbent on us to share anything we don't choose to share. My belief is that those who expect or demand full sharing haven't thought about the reasons why an individual may not choose to share their research or a document or a family photograph.

Sometimes I share, sometimes I do not. Why do I not share all the time?

1. Because sometimes I choose to write a book about  my findings. This allows me to spread the information further afield than just one person, and also gives me a small portion of money back against what I spent in time, obtaining documents, travel expenses and so on.

2. Because I have seen my careful, methodical research taken and mixed in with incorrect information, causing a horrific genealogy mess that gets published in an online tree or passed via email to others. In other words, I lose control of the quality of the work I did.

Other times I will gladly share all my research with an interested descendant. It depends on the interaction I have with that person, how willing they are to share in return and what they plan to do with the documents and photos.

I have other reasons for sharing/not sharing but let's hear from you on how you feel about this topic. Meantime please take a few minutes to read Judy's blog post No Right to Sharing

Canadian Expeditionary Force, CEF, Constance Philip's WW1 Album, Digital Preservation, Nursing Sister WW1 Photos, Nursing Sisters, WW1 Photo Album Archive 61R

This Photo Archive consists of a small autograph album (6.5" by 5.25") kept by Constance (Connie) Philips as a memento of her time serving as a nurse during World War One.

The majority of the photos and items are from 1915, when she served as a nurse in France and Britain.

2 Matrons, 70 Nurses, & 8 doctors on board Zeeland. 
March 17th 1915. 
No fear of torpedoes here!

The album and all photographs, postcards, and other ephemera contained in the album belong to Karin Armstrong and may not be copied or republished without her written permission. The images will be published on Olive Tree Genealogy with permission.

Each image has been designated an "R" for Recto or a "V" for Verso plus an album page number. Recto is the right-hand side page of a bound book while Verso is the left-hand side page.

I will be posting the entire album and my additional research on the individuals identified in Connie's album over the coming months so please check back frequently to view these historic photos. The easiest way to see what has been published is to click on the topic "Nursing Sister WW1 Photos"

Noah Wyle on Who Do You Think You Are?

On this Sunday’s episode of Who Do You Think You Are? at 10/9c on TLC, actor Noah Wyle unravels the mystery of his mother's family line, searching for answers to a lifelong question about his family’s participation in the Civil War. 

He discovers an ancestor who was catapulted into one of the bloodiest battles of the time, and whose life spiraled out of control from remarkable success to a shocking and tragic end.


Catch a sneak peek of Noah's episode

Next week’s episode follows actress Jessica Biel

Image Credit: TLC

Rescued Photo Album 1930s Carillon Quebec page 2

This is page 2 of the rescued Flynn family photo album.

The page is dated 1924 but there is no other identifying information. 

 

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About Lorine

I'm Lorine McGinnis Schulze, creator of Olive Tree Genealogy and other websites.

Join me, along with other genealogists, in the groups: OliveTreeGenealogy,    Lost Faces: Ancestor Photographs & Albums,    Ask Olive Tree Genealogy a Question,   Ships Passenger Lists to Canada,   Ships Passenger Lists to USA,    Naturalization Records,    Ontario Canada Genealogy

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Getting Children or Grandchildren Interested in Genealogy

When we are passionate about genealogy, it's only natural to want to pass that interest on to our children and grandchildren. I've encouraged my grandchildren and exposeed them to genealogy in fun ways that might interest other genealogists. Every summer my two oldest grandchildren spend a week with us and during that time here are some of the activities we've done with them.



I made… Continue

Posted on July 13, 2009 at 6:46am — 5 Comments

Understanding Patronymics

The Dutch were much slower than the English in adopting surnames as we know them. Patronymics in New Netherland (present day New York) ended theoretically under English rule in 1687 with the advent of surnames, but not everyone followed the new guidelines.



The most common Dutch naming custom was that of patronymics, or identification of an individual based on the father's name. For example Jan Albertszen (who later took the surname Bradt) is given the patronymic of Albertszen, after… Continue

Posted on July 8, 2009 at 4:26pm — 3 Comments

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Peer, Vollick, Van Slyke, McGinnis, Shuart, Ryckman, Vrooman and many many others.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Canada, USA, England
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
New Netherland (New York) 17th century, Ontario Canada all years, Loyalist research, Ships Passenger Lists
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
To find my family roots. In 1996 I realized I wanted to help other genealogists find their ancestors and that is when I started my websites to bring genealogy records online for all to use
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/

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Ontario Canada Genealogy

Do you have ancestors from Ontario, Canada West or Upper Canada? These are all the province of Ontario in Canada. This group is for those interested in the history and genealogy of Ontario.
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Ontario Canada Genealogy

Do you have ancestors from Ontario, Canada West or Upper Canada? These are all the province of Ontario in Canada. This group is for those interested in the history and genealogy of Ontario.
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Van Slyke Genealogy

Cornelise Antonissen Van Slyke settled in 1634 at Beverwyck and Schenectady. He married a French-Mohawk woman (Ots-Toch). Cornelise's nephew Willem Pieterse Van Slyke arrived in 1660 and settled in Albany and then Kinderhook.See More
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Do you use or want to use Ancestry.com? Get help finding ancestors in Ancestry.com databases. Share tips and techniques.
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At 7:45pm on August 15, 2012, Michael Carden said…

Lorine, I found 3 letters in your Past

Voices website that I am very interested in. 2 are from Alvin Brown of the 107th ohio,and 1 from William Koch 107th ohio. I have been researching civil war veterans from my hometown, Louisville Ohio, for the last 15 years with the intention of  writing a book to preserve their contribution. I hope to talk to you in detail about these letters. Thank you, Mike Carden

 

At 11:28am on March 11, 2010, JB Peterson said…
Attempting to upload the photo here only results in html tags being displayed. Hopefully you can see the photo accompanying my post on Lost Faces http://www.genealogywise.com/group/lostfacesancestorphotosalbums

This is perported to be a photo of my 3RD GGF, but I suspect it may be my 2ND GGF. My photo analytical skills are negligible, so I am hoping someone with more expertise can offer opinions on:

1) Pete Fine's age in the photo
2) The decade or year when the photo was taken.
At 9:40pm on August 18, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…

At 9:39pm on August 18, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…
Lorine, is your Olive Tree site built with ACE? Can you send me the link to your ACE / freepages site?

Thanks!
At 7:08am on July 28, 2009, JB Peterson said…
Lorine, thanks for the advice on pic uploading. Any way to upload a folder containing multiple pics? Thanks, JB
At 4:01pm on July 22, 2009, Rose Mary Keller Hughes said…
You have class and creativity no matter what the venue! Thank you, Lorine, for bringing this site to our attention and for the link!
At 12:16pm on July 21, 2009, Gen Story Girl said…
Thank you for the link to genealogywise! :)
At 5:26am on July 20, 2009, Cyndi Rutledge said…
Hmmm.. she came out perfectly on my wall here, but elongated in the other page... I wonder why and whether GW has any plan to fix this? will try to find your instrux & repost...

thanks! (lovely site you've got here--much appreciated!)

Cyndi in Baltimore
At 8:22pm on July 18, 2009, Naomi Hall said…
I am keen to become more informed about my family history but am just starting out.
 
 
 

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