Genealogy Humor

By Julianne Adamik Genealogy humor…a true story! While visiting my brother and his family recently the topic of conversation turned to genealogy. No surprise since it seems to slip into every conversation I have these days. Yes, I admit it. I’m a genealogy addict. My brother’s two granddaughters (ages 9 and 7) were intently listening... Continue Reading →

My Grandmother

By Gloria Caruso My grandmother, Gloria Eugenia Leopoldan Abren Morejon was born in Artemisa, Cuba. Her name was bigger than she was at barely 5 ft tall, but don’t let that fool you. You’d never know by looking at her that she was Cuban, she was so pale. I have no clue if her red... Continue Reading →

The Lady from Duneany

By Pattie Morgan I will tell you of my great-grandmother, Elizabeth Scott.  Hers is a life that bridges two centuries – and two countries. Born in Duneany on 27 November 1872, Lizzie was the first of ten children born to James Scott and Mary Calderwood.  The Ireland in which Lizzie grew up was a turbulent... Continue Reading →

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