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I Am My Own Grandpa

Many many years ago when I was twenty three, I got married to a widow who was pretty as could be. This widow had a grown-up daughter Who had hair of red. My father fell in love with her, And … Continue reading

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52 Weeks 52 Ancestors

  Week Three Featuring William M. Coakely William M. Coakley (my third great grand uncle) to William Thomas Coakley (father of William M. Coakley) to Lewis Coakley son of William Thomas Coakley) to William Jefferson Coakley (son of Lewis Coakley) … Continue reading

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52 Weeks 52 Ancestors

Our second featured ancestor is John Robert Coakley. He was born on 13 Jan 1849. This is how we are related: My dad’s mother was Georgia Mary Coakley. Her father was Thomas Lewis Coakley. Her grandfather was William Jefferson Coakley and … Continue reading

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52 Weeks 52 Ancestors

I’ve taken up a new challenge. I will blog about one of my ancestors every week this year. That will be 52 Weeks and 52 Ancestors.  It could be a story, a biography, a photograph, an outline of a research problem … Continue reading

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24 Dec – Martha Marie Wright Tennant – Five Year Diary

1942 – Yesterday it Rained all Day Bud & Dad worked again we are going after Marie at 9 & have our xmas tonight 1943 – Marie came by we Took her to Town went To show Daddy came home … Continue reading

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Wright – Morgan Mills

My head is spinning round and round trying to keep track of all the Morgan Mills we have in our family. At first I was afraid that I had made some mistakes somewhere. But then I drew a diagram and … Continue reading

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Making Sense of This Blog

Just a posting to let you know that I’ve made a small change to make this blog easier for my whole family to enjoy. I originally divided my family up into four categories based on my four immediate grandparents’ surnames. … Continue reading

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