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Mar 13


…, the main upstairs resident will be out of town for work three days next week. We are planning to paint the stairs and add rubber/plastic treads. I have to paint the stairs while she is gone. Yesterday was interesting. I dress to go to Big Box for paint. I look downstairs and decide I have enough paint for the wood trim on the living room windows and banister. I take off clothes, and put on grubby clothes. From there, it is downhill: Open shop…

Jan 16

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun – Remember When?

Randy, over a GeneaMusings has posted his weekly SNGF challenge! Your mission, should you decide to accept it (cue the Mission Impossible music!), is: 1) Remember when you were 12 years old? On a summer day out of school? What memory do you have of fun activities? 2) Tell us about that memory (just one – you can do more later if you want to) in a blog post, in a comment to this post, or in a comment on Facebook. I have many more memories…

Oct 20

Progress and Pain

Back on December 28, 2008 I made some resolutions, on which I will report progress today in this post. This is not a 30 day or quarterly report, I am writing it because I don’t know what else to write today, and this may help me decide what to write tomorrow. No more foot dragging, here are my resolutions for genealogical research: Enter all the information from the BOX into my database. No exceptions, no cheating. I will file all the…

Dec 28

New Year’s Resolutions!

…n any convenient box. And for my blogs: 1. I will post on either GrannyPam or Granny’s Genealogy every day. 2. I will finish posting all the data from my “old” genealogy site to Granny’s Genealogy. This seems like a tall order to me, which will require much discipline. I often find myself searching around the internet or a library for information, when my research goals would be better served by organizing the information…

Apr 09

Seeking Michigan Death Records

…searching!) What luck, there she was: When I clicked on the image, I saw several choices: I was able to enlarge the image, and look at all the sections, a larger preview. I clicked print, and the resulting image was exactly as shown on the screen, with the black background. I decided to do what I have done previously with images from Ancestry and other sources. I clicked the printable version link again, and the screen looked like this: Then, I…

Jan 29

Fenton Family Land Records, Wexford County, Michigan Liber 119 page 530

This entry is part 53 of 99 in the series Deeds in the Family

…ancestors who resided in Wexford County, Michigan.   Date: 3 December 1932 Liber: 119 Page: 530 Location: Wexford County, Michigan Grantor: Harmon H. Longstreet estate by Alfred Fenton, Administrator Grantee: Andy Burgess & Hazel Burgess his wife Witnesses: Harriet Knapp and Herbert A. Snider Type of deed: deed in pursuance to land contract Rec’d for recording: 25 January 1935 Clerk/registrar: Johnson Location of land: Colfax,…

Jan 27

Fenton Family Land Records, Wexford County, Michigan Liber 105 page 305

This entry is part 51 of 99 in the series Deeds in the Family

…e: 4 November 1925 Liber: 105 Page: 305 Location: Wexford County, MI Grantor: Harmon H. Longstreet & Susie Longstreet his wife of Colfax, Wexford, MI Grantee: Charles Tinker & Belle Tinker of Colfax, Wexford, MI Witnesses: Jno A. Muche, Ethel Hulbert Type of deed: Warranty Rec’d and recording: 10 December 1925 Clerk/registrar: Johnson Location of land: Colfax Consideration: $80 Notes: Description: SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 Sec 16 T23N…

Dec 21

Lamunion Siblings

Here is a photo from M-in-L’s scrapbook. I have some restoration work to do here, but wanted to show it now. Back row: Belle (Lamunion) Fellows Tinker, Emily (Lamunion) Carter. Front row: George Lamunion, Mary Ann (Lamunion) Murray, Merritt Winfield “Scott” Lamunion. Not pictured, Benjamin “Bije” Lamunion, 1856-1892; and Olive Josephine (Lamunion) Tufts, 1862-1882. Benjamin Lamunion died in an accident while…

Oct 01

Wednesday in Nashville

…ng! We don’t often have time on a trip to do something other than deal with photos, or reserach genealogy, our other major sideline. But today, to get some much needed exercise, where headed for the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere. They have some species that we don’t see at home at the Detroit Zoo, so it will be a great walk. Check out Papa’s photos of Valerie Smith’s dare to be different showcase, and the Vine Grove…

Papa’s Ahnentafel

…er County, Pennsylvania; died 10 Jan 1962 in Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan. 5. Susan Amelia Foreman: born 21 Nov 1884 in Harmony, Butler County, Pennsylvania; died 24 May 1955 in Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan. 6. Ross Pressley Fenton: born 15 Mar 1884 in Colfax Township, Wexford County, Michigan; married 11 Sep 1909 in Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan; died 15 Feb 1957 in Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan. 7. Edna Rose Fellows: born…

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