Monthly Archives: March 2012

Dandelions

Technically, they are a weed.  But before they go to seed, they are a sign of spring with their bright yellow buds against the backdrop of green foliage. As a child, we used to think a dandelion that reflected yellow … Continue reading

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Jacob Löhr, 1807-1895

The adages “Never Give Up!’ and “Collaborate With Others” recently revealed genealogy information on my husband’s great-great-grandfather Jacob Löhr. We knew he was born 6 November 1807 in Stommeln, Germany to Peter Löhr and Elizabeth Duster.  But the closest we … Continue reading

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A Few Surprises

Oh, the delightful finds of blogging and genealogy research!  In fact, it’s the genealogy research that has taken my time and, thus, no recent posts here for a time. I am grateful for a distant cousin who recently contacted me … Continue reading

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