Grave obsessions

Wasgatt
Seeing double: two lines to my Mayflower ancestors!
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My grandmother was proud of her New England heritage. While she didn't know much beyond the names of her maternal grandparents, Albert Stanwood and Lavina Bursley, she had been told growing up that our ancestors came on the Mayflower.
New England, slavery, and Bishop Davis Wasgatt Clark
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Growing up my mother spoke passionately against racism. She abhorred
Betsey’s five patriotic grandsons and the Civil War
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Last Sunday was quite momentous.  I actually went to the
In which I confess my sins – Family History Library fun!
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I feel like a kid that ditched church to go
Riveting Results with Reverse Genealogy
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There is a story behind each name we discover, each
Family Planning and the 19th Century Family Tree
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My great grandmother, Susan (Stanwood) Clark is shown above, holding
Wise Wasgatts
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Last Friday was a genealogist's dream - I received five
Why Genealogy? And the pictures that started it all!
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Last night I went to the Family History Center just