Mine come from Norfolkshire, Methodists who married CARTER family members from Cheltenham GLOS
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I took a German History course with Family History hoping to find more about my Pust family. Actually I did find out a few more threads: like Gramma's full name - Johanna Ducette Lucke. Grampa was born in Zentren, Prussia which was actually northern Poland as we know it now.
The picture below has Uncle Alfred, Aunt Mary with cousins Joe, Dorothy, Gladys and Lomey. This was one of their trips to either Idaho or Washington visiting with family. Haven't been able to find anything…Continue
Cousins have unique relationships in our family history research. When is a cousin more than a cousin? What kind of cousin are they? How do I figure out those specific relationships? With the rise in popularity of DNA testing and the resulting match lists, we need to know how we relate to individuals beyond saying, "This is my cousin."
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on March 11, 2020 at 3:00pm — No Comments
The Great Wagon Road Project has been concentrating on the North Carolina section until August of this year. As we trace the road through the various creeks and streams, we add our data to the ever growing final presentation and our ultimate goal of national recognition. The North Carolina segment begins…Continue
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Researching the women in our family history can be a challenge. However, don’t leave them out! Our female ancestors often played significant roles in history, both in our families and in their communities.
Researching and writing about the women in our family history can be a daunting task. If you have hit a brick wall in the quest to…
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on March 8, 2020 at 11:00am — No Comments