Grave obsessions

Research Trips
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.
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.
The hunt for Days, and the importance of original records
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I’m a homebody who prefers the company of my dogs
Sleuthing, serendipity and magical Maine maps!
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I love maps. They often hold the keys to learning
Excel, Evernote, RootsMagic, and my research log
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After my first day at the Family History Library, I
In which I confess my sins – Family History Library fun!
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I feel like a kid that ditched church to go
Evernote and everyday genealogy
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I hate paper. Paper requires time to organize. Drawers to
I’m hooooooooome – here in Bar Harbor!
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My grandmother died in 2004, and to honor her and
Today’s Adventure – NEHGS
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[youtube] The above video only hints at the massive