By Marlene Gale    I was the youngest in the family and wanted to learn my history, as most of the great grandparents and grandparents were gone before I was old enough to meet them.  My Parents, Aunt, and Uncles on my fathers side told of the mystery of my Great Grandfather George Paterson McGregor... Continue Reading →

Your Local Genealogy Library

By Sue Randolph-Neikirk Everyone's local libraries are, hopefully, fully reopening! YIPPEE. But do you know what that library may have for you, the genealogy addict? All for free! Go to your library on line site and you can find what is on offer for you right in your own home. Your library may offer goodies... Continue Reading →

Iowa Sites

By Sue Randolph-Neikirk Iowa became part of the United States after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803Iowa was admitted to the union as the 29th state on Dec. 28, 1846. Native American groups in Iowa: the Sauk (Sac) and Meskwaki (Fox) on the eastern edge of Iowa along the Mississippi; the Ioway along the bank of... Continue Reading →

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