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  1. TK

    Holy cow, you are a genealogical dynamo, Ms. Warren!
    .-= TK´s last blog ..A Key to the Tree =-.

  2. Granny Pam

    Not really, I just have no life. I really think the games are a good excuse for me to buckle down and do some things I have let slide.

  3. Lana Ewing

    wow is this impressive – I am excited that I just found “MyHeritage”.com and filled in the free part and have been on it for about three nights – to early morning – exciting seeing some of it come together – and go further than any documentation that I had. I only have the Family Bible that I had filled in years ago when we got it – and now so appreciate the little bit of knowledge that I did glean from parents that are now gone. I’m trying to piece together our past for our grandchildren and it is exciting seeing that we can trace back to Pres. Garfield, and I even think I can trace back to Winston Churchill…then today I got involved with a link to five people on the Mayflower and want to document this further…I sure wish you were closer since I really do need a mentor – all this said, am I wasting my time where I am – and do you feel some other program is richer and wiser and easier – etc etc – AND I love your documentation – wow and double wow….very impressive – you get a GOLD from my vote

  4. Granny Pam

    Why, thank you Lana . I am really just an average gal, who enjoys genealogy. I caught that bug many years ago, as a child. It has been fun, but not often easy, to watch information come together about our families! Since your family was in Colfax Township at the same time as some of the families I have researched for my husband’s family, I have noticed their names on census records and so on. You can probably get census records since 1850 by searching on Heritage Quest through the Michigan Electronic Library MEL. There is no charge, but you do need to enter your Michigan drivers license number. Use the free forms from Ancestry to collect the information on your family. There are here: http://xrl.in/4kpo I am coming up that way later this spring to spend some time with my M-in-L, she knew some of the Culvers, since she is from that same area. I am staying long enough to spend some time with my cousin going through old photos and information so we can compare notes. Perhaps you will be home when I am in town and we can get together for a while!

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