Children of Thomas & Emma Jane (Firmenich) Corrigan - 1914 - Family Group Sheet

Welcome

Welcome to the new Graveyard Rabbit site for Southeastern Wisconsin. I’ve been browsing the Graveyard Rabbit sites for a bit now and I’ve found them interesting. I used to have a website up for information on the cemeteries in this area that I set up manually many years ago. After moving hosts and moving on […]

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Graveyard Rabbits

Update: Thanks to Julie from GenBlog, I have now applied for a membership. I also set up my website for this. It’s located here. Enjoy. I’ve run across some of the Graveyard Rabbits websites and I think it’s a neat idea. I had a similar-type site a few years ago for cemeteries in the area. […]

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Thanks Google Books!

After getting more interested in the military history of my family tree due to the talks and searches I did on Saturday, I decided to try some other options. I usually don’t do a lot of searching on Google for family members, since I usually get a lot more misses than hits. I tried to […]

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Extra! Extra!

20090125

After going out to dinner for our birthday (my wife & I) with my parents last night, we got to talking a bit about genealogy and some stories about my grandparents. It was mentioned that my maternal grandfather was in World War II. I was never sure on this subject since I’ve heard nothing about. […]

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Installing Your Own Family Tree

My Tree

You’ve been doing all of this work on your family tree in your software of choice like Rootsmagic or Family Tree Maker. You’re in contact with some people via the Internet about different people and generations in your tree. You find it annoying that you need to type the information into emails and message posts […]

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Wordless Wednesday

Corrigan & Firmenich Families

My first Wordless Wednesday. I tried to  post pictures weekly anyway, why not do it along with everyone else? Click for full-size.

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Goodbye, Cruel World

I’ve been doing some indexing for FamilySearch. Helping index old documents for other people to be able to freely search is a good thing to do. Plus, I like seeing all of the history of some of these places. Stop on over there and lend a hand. While indexing a bunch of New Hampshire Pre-1900 […]

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Presidential History

Today is a historic day in America. It makes me feel good to see how far we’ve come as a country. Hopefully, I’ll be able to remember this day and tell my kids and grandkids about it. That made me look into my family tree to see what my family may have been doing during […]

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