In Search of Organization – Evernote

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IGHR One thing is for sure after a week of intensive study at the Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research (IGHR) there is no lack of inspiration for blogging. This past week in Georgia was no different. This post is a shout-out to Evernote. A little piece of free software...

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Cemetery: Greenlawn Memorial Park

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Some Roads Lead to the Cemetery Relocating to coastal Carolina was a great move. It has been all good. Alligators living about 10 feet outside of my back door? No problem. Heck I’ve even figured out all the best tricks to survive the difficult humidity of July and August. The...

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Repository: Tucker Littleton Genealogy Room

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Repository Visit – part two An assignment for a client recently sent me heading up Route 17 along the Carolina coast to Jacksonville. Home of the United States Marine Corps’ Camp Lejeune, Onslow County is about a 130 miles round trip from Wilmington. The rain had just about eased up...

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Poem – Argyll


  Argyll Anonymous   Why blame you, Argyll, for its rain or its mist, When the “Goddess of Beauty” each acre has kissed. Why frown, when its pathways are not of the best? When all else around your heart be at rest, Where else – may I ask – is there...

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Meeting the GPS – a brief case study


Identifying the former Mrs. Gustave J. Adam(s) On 16 June 1944 at Redford Receiving Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, Gustave J. Adam, succumbed to injuries received in an automobile accident. He was the son of Emil C. Adam and Mary Link. [1] Burial followed in the Adam family plot at Greenlawn Cemetery.[2] Born 2...

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