Granny Pam

Author's details

Name: Granny Pam
Date registered: August 25, 2008
URL: http://www.warrenweb.info/grannypam

Biography

Granny lives in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. Granny's family is: the husband currently known as Papa, 3 daughters. D2 lives about 3 hours away with her husband and family (GS2, GDs 1 & 2) a long ways when you want to see your cute little grandchildren. Grandchildren, 3 boys and 2 girls, age almost 22 to 5. My oldest grandson is serving his country in the US Navy, and his brother is a member of the US Army. D1 and D3 live here with Papa and I.

Latest posts

  1. FGS Day One — August 21, 2013
  2. William Henry Yearnd (1883-1948) — March 21, 2012
  3. The Incredible Shrinking Task – and Another Correction — February 21, 2012
  4. More on the Murrays — February 1, 2012
  5. Mary Ann Lamunion — January 30, 2012

Most commented posts

  1. Greenwich Cemetery, Greenwich New York — 15 comments
  2. Saturday Night Genealogy Fun – Your 16 Great-Grands — 9 comments
  3. Jane Johnston’s Locket — 9 comments
  4. Belle’s Box – 124 — 9 comments
  5. Seeking Michigan Death Records — 8 comments

Author's posts listings

Feb 23

GeneaGlogger’s 2010 Winter Games, Task 4B

This task asks that I create a timeline using a free application; I used the suggest application, Timetoast. This subject of this timeline is my dead-end great-grandfather, Charles Yuen/Ewen/Ewens/Yournd/Yearnd, about whom I have previously written. The genealogy program I use, RootsMagic, displays a wonderful timeline in the individual’s view, but I tried this anyway. To …

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Feb 20

Some Wexford County Obituaries

As part of the 2010 Geneablogger Winter Games, I have been organizing my files, renaming some, adding tags and so on. While doing that I came across some information which may help some of you! I posted these on the Wexford, Michigan RootsWeb e-mail list years ago. I think adding it here might reach some …

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Feb 19

Winter 2010 GeneaBlogger Games — Progress!

Over the past couple of days, I have been doing the factory work of genealogy. Since I committed to do a lot of that in my resolutions earlier this year, it is about time I got to it! A few years ago, I went through my shelves, and read through every notebook filled with copies, …

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Feb 19

Progress Report Number Four, 2010 GeneaBlogger Winter Games

Task 1  – Complete.  This requirement fit in nicely with my current push to reformat my citations recommendation by Mills, in Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace. I reformatted 59 of those sources February 17-18.  The drudgery will continue! Category 1 – Platinum ______________________________________________________ 2A – complete: http://xrl.in/4jhg 2B – Hoping for clarification, help …

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Feb 18

A Picture is Worth 1000 Words, Winter 2010 GeneaBlogger Games Task 2 In Five Parts

Task A, security plan for hard copies and photos: All my collected data relating to my research is scanned, and available in digital format on my “main” computer. My scanned data is in notebooks on shelves, and is not in water proof containers. My irreplaceable original hard copies are stored in our safety deposit box …

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Feb 18

Progress Report #3, 2010 GeneaBlogger Winter Games

Task 1 2A – complete: http://xrl.in/4jhg 2B – Hoping for clarification, help me out, read and comment here: http://xrl.in/4jhg 2C – complete: http://xrl.in/4jhg 2D – complete: http://xrl.in/4jhg 2E – complete: http://xrl.in/4jhg 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F 4A – complete: http://xrl.in/4it6 4B 4C 4D 4E – complete: http://xrl.in/4j12 5A 5B 5C – complete: http://xrl.in/4j12 , …

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Feb 17

Task 6B, 2010 GeneaBlogger Winter Games

I found it quite embarrassing to notice what task B is: Post one or more gravestone photos at Find-A Grave. I was embarrassed due to this file folder set on my main computer. You can enlarge it by clicking on the thumbnail, but I wish you would skip it. I can tell you what I …

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Feb 16

Progress Report #2 for the 2010 GeneaBlogger Winter Games

Task 1 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F 4A – complete: http://xrl.in/4it6 4B 4C 4D 4E – complete: http://xrl.in/4j12 5A 5B 5C – complete: http://xrl.in/4j12 , http://xrl.in/4it6 , http://xrl.in/4j14, and this one. 5D 5E 5F – complete: http://xrl.in/4it6 6A – I read 10 new blogs today 15 February 2010, and …

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Feb 16

Winter 2010 GeneaBloggers Games Task 4E

Javascript required. Made with WordItOut I used Word it Out to create this graphic which shows the surnames in my family. Somehow, just the names seem very incomplete, so here is a little more. The Johnstons and the Rapiers arrived in Huron County, Ontario from Scotland, where they married. Long and Myers arrived in Ontario, …

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Feb 15

Happy Blogoversary To Me

Thanks for the good wishes from everyone, I am happy to be observing my 3rd blogoversary today, February 15, 2010. I hope I can continue through the next year! In other business, my progress in the Winter 2010 GeneaBlogger Winter Games: Task 1 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F 4A …

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