Grave obsessions

In memory of James W. Christopherson
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People in our lives have the ability to impact us in big ways we cannot anticipate. For me, James W. Christopherson was one of those people.
Harriet Luzetta Day
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Harriet Luzetta (Day) Freeman (1812-1887/8) was the second daughter born to Aaron and Martha (Tibbetts) Day. The sister of my 2nd great grandmother, Cynthia (Day) Bursley, Harriet had a unique perspective of the family; she was raised by her paternal uncle and aunt, Nathaniel and Sarah Day.
Seek and ye shall find….the missing children of Benjamin and Cynthia (Day) Bursley
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With the help of GenealogyBank and digitized newspapers, another mystery is solved!
Nathaniel Lord, the 3rd great grandson of Robert Day
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On 27 November 1742, twenty-eight year old Elizabeth Day (daughter
Harriet Luzetta Day Arithmetic Book
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Another eBay score: the arithmetic book of Harriet Luzetta Day, sister of my third great grandmother!
I toppled my self-created brick wall!
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Death certificates can be a great source of information - but this one was quite frustrating to me.
U.S history – OUR history
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Patriots and red coats, oh my! My husband and I spent an awesome week in Boston, and enjoyed visits to Lexington and Concord, Cambridge, and my favorite town, Quincy.
17th Century Ipswich: Drama in the Day Family
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Thomas Day, the son of Robert Day (immigrant ancestor who
Alson L. Day’s Civil War Letters Home
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The American Civil War, or War of the Rebellion, was
A tribute to Jonathan Day of Starks, Maine
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Thanks to Lucy Hutchins, we have a wonderful biography of Jonathan Day, who was born 3 September 1820 to John and Elizabeth (Skillings) Day. He was beloved by his family.
Petition for incorporation of Milo, Maine provides signature of Aaron Day
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A visit to the Maine State Archives last week provided the following priceless document which includes signatures of those petitioning for the incorporation of Milo, Maine:
Thank you for a Day family reunion!
By Lauren | | 2 Comments | – great for finding our ancestors, and spectacular for making cousin connections.
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