Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Great Read: The Gaelic Letters

The Gaelic Letters: a Novel of the Almost Perfect Crime by R. Thomas Roe (Signalman Pub., Kissimmee, Florida, c. 2010) What genealogists doesn’t love a good mystery? After all, that’s what forms the basis of our research–  trying to unravel … Continue reading

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Researching With Traditional and Online Sources

“Oh, I never use the Internet for genealogy research.” “All genealogy research is online so I never go to a court-house or library.” These opposing viewpoints certainly represent different approaches to doing family history research.  In my experience, both traditional … Continue reading

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Lutheran Church in Lily, South Dakota

Although weekly services are no longer held, the Lutheran Church in Lily, SD holds precious memories for many people who worshiped or were married there. These photos are courtesy of Beverly L. The gentleman in the photo below is Carl … Continue reading

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