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Mary A. Eversole brought the benefit of a broad and diverse background when she was hired almost three years ago as executive director of the Vermont Insurance Agents Association in Montpelier.
The Southern Studies Showcase is an opportunity to explore the past. Hosted by the Old Edgefield District Genealogical Society and the Edgefield Civic League, the third edition of the event is scheduled for Sept.
Seeking information on Thomas Burell Mitchell born 1859 King & Queens County, Virginia, parents and sister, Burell Mitchell and Charlotte Williams, sisters name is Mira or Myra Mitchell.
Born June 25, 1969 at Germantown hospital in Philadelphia. Mother's last name was Butler.
Childhood friends discover they are brothers Cole says he and Cumming did not share physical traits as kids but, as adults, do recognize their similarities.
When Ron Cole, a 71-year-old retired cattle farmer from Saskatchewan, Canada, accidentally knocked an envelope full of pictures off a shelf at his home nearly one year ago, only one photo fell out.
From playing dowdy matriarch Agnes Brown to cold case detective, Brendan O'Carroll's Who Do You Think You Are episode won the BBC show its highest ratings in three years.
The Sussex County Genealogical Society is an organization dedicated to promoting genealogy and education to encourage and instruct in genealogical research.
If you want to trace your ancestry, one local organization wants to help make it easier.
Multi-instrumentalist bandit, psychonaut, and founder frontman of San Francisco's late '80s band Brian Jonestown Massacre ANTON NEWCOMBE is an uncompromising virtuoso.
A total of 17 members of Newbiggin Genealogy Project took to the woods last week to re-discover the town's former colliery shafts while also remembering those who worked at the mines.
FOLLOWING the success of recent First World War-themed events, Uttoxeter's museum is to help families research their history.
The first event of the series was held at the Telfair Museum's Jepson Center for the Arts.
The little girl was dressed in a white frilly dress, her long brown hair neatly combed into place and her brown teddy bear tucked under her arm.
A Bathgate author has published a fascinating and detailed account of figures from the underbelly of West Lothian's history.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 05:30 am
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