SNGF ~ The Date My Grandmother Was Born – Mary Hilda Anderson 1915-2006

The Charlottetown Guardian cover

Randy Seaver at Genea-Musings has shared another great Saturday night genealogy fun challenge! For this week’s mission (should you decide to accept it), I challenge you to:1)  What day of the week was your Grandmother born (either one)? Tell us how you found out. 2)  What event was a headline in the newspapers on that […]

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Charles Edward Mills (1889-1976) – 52 Ancestors #1

Grandfather Charles Mills

I’m joining in the 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks blog meme and I’m already a week behind! LOL  Our youngest has been teething and needed a lot of cuddling this past week or so.  Now I have a little time to sneak onto the computer with both hands free to type!  This week I’m sharing […]

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Amanuensis Monday ~ Will Of James Mills 1826-1898

James Mills Will pg1

Amanuensis Monday is a blogging theme created by John Newmark at the Transylvanian Dutch blog. From Genea-Bloggers “An Amanuensis is a person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another.” James Mills was my 2nd Great Grandfather he was born 16 April 1826 in Worlingworth, Suffolk, England.  James […]

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SNGF ~ Great Grandparents

I’m joining in Saturday Night Genealogy Fun from Randy Seaver’s blog Genea-Musings. Here is your assignment if you choose to play along (cue the Mission Impossible music): 1)  Dana Leeds on the Enthusiastic Genealogist blog asks “Did/Do Your Children Know Any of Their Great-Grandparents?” 2)  I thought that would be a great Saturday Night Genealogy […]

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Mary Daughter of Adam Howatt & Eunice Crossman NOT Buell & P.E.I. Newspaper Archives

Mary Howatt Warren Obit

Last January I posted that while searching for information on one of my 5th Great Grandmothers Eunice the first wife of Adam Howatt, I discovered a baptism index that showed her surname as Crossman not Buell.  Eunice has been a long time brick wall for researchers, township history books for P.E.I. list her as Eunice […]

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