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Well, I have just about wrapped up my farm, and my genealogical reserch, seasons. The farm work has gone well, except for a tough weather year. The last six months of research has overwhelmed me. I started this project off, three years ago, with a small crumpled folder of photos and family papers that my [...]
Whew! For the last six months, even with weird weather to fight on the farm, I have found a lot of information on all of my lost families. But now that the cold calm of winter sets in, I think I better start writing again. I am amazed how much information is on-line, and [...]
On a somber Mid-November morning; I always feel this way after a nice week of “Indian Summer” ends and the gray rains advance.
Perhaps, though, this is a perfect mood for reporting a rather serendipitous finding regarding my black sheep ( at least in my Grandmother’s regard) grandfather, McClelland (aka Shipley) B. Johnson. In 1910, [...]