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I will organize your genealogical mess! or I will do a basic search; checking ancestry.com, census, ss death records, etc.
If you are just beginning the wonderful world of Genealogy I can guarantee you have papers here and there with notes about Aunt Gertrude or Uncle Fritz. You may or may not have added references...let hope so. Would you like your research organized? Would you like to begin with a clean slate with only the necessary items????? How about a notebook with dividers (now theres an idea) all set up with faternal and maternal ancestors. This can all be done on line. You email me what you have and I tell you how to set it up, where to buy the notebooks and which dividers to purchase. I recommend oversized notebooks because they hold sleeves which you can slide your paper in from the top and don't have to punch holes in that valuable birth certificate.
A PIECE OF AMERICAN HISTORY!
This journal was written 1833/1834 by David P. Reid who was aborad the Ship-of-the-Line Delaware. The journal is in remarkable condition.
"New York AugUst 12, 1833. Went on board the United States Ship of the Line Delaware, 74 Cap H.E. Ballard Commadore at New York while lying in the North River oposite the Battery August 12, 1833. On which day the President of the United States, the Secretary of the Nave and board of Comm????ioners visited the Ship fired a Salute of 24 guns on the 14th we dropt down to Sandy Hook and Dropt our anchor"
May 1st 1834 was the birth day of the King of France and the USS Delaware was at the port of Toulon France. There was much celebrating which the Delaware joined by offering a salute. Three of their guns proved to be "shotted" which caused the shot to go astray. One struck a French 74 about 3/4 of a mile away. Two men were killed and several injured.
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Edward Goffe, Joyce Goffe, John Blake, Henry Archer, Mary Hill, Jacob Shaw, William Buck, Ruth Strickland, Jonathan Willis, Dan Freeman, Jemima Alexander
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Edward and Joyce Goffe: New Information About Their Origins
Vernon, Vermont: Marriage Capital of Nineteenth-Century New England?
The Wife of John Blake of Dorchester, Massachusetts, Revealted
Clues from an Old Drawstring Bag: Cheney - Hardy - Emerson - Millen of Bradford, New Hampshire
The English Origin of Henry Archer of Ipswich, Massachusetts
A Correction to the Family of Mary Hill, Wife of Jacob Shaw of Spencer and Brimfield, Massachsetts, and Marlow, New Hampshire
William and Ruth (Strickland) Buck of Glastonbury, Connecticut and Berlin, Vermont, and Their Descendants
The Journal of Jonathan Willis: Extracts from the Diary of a Boston Housewright, 174-1747
Dan and Jamima (Alexander) Freeman of Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and some of their Descendants.
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Great Postcard with a picture of the Stevens Hotel, Chigago
I cannot read the date but from the Postcard am guessing in the mid 20's.
Written to Lola Rassler at Wayne City, Ill.
From Alice who talks about their trip and a child by the name of Larciemae who did not like a bus ride.
I have added the following obit because it seems to fit the time and place.
Abstracted Obituary - The Register-News, Mt. Vernon, Jefferson County, Illinois, Fri 7 July 2000: RASSLER, Lola, 91, of Wayne City d. 6 July 2000 at Crossroads Community Hospital in Mt. Vernon; b. 5 Apr 1909 in Wayne Co; d/o Wallace LEACH and Rinna WEBBER; md Nathan RASSLER, he d. 1966; surv. by 1 brother, Nolan LEACH; 1 sister, Venita STORM; 2 sisters-in-law, Maravene LEACH and Nell LEACH; burial Thomason Cem. in Wayne City.
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