Tell Me Thursday: Boys Being Boys

This is a photo from my wife's family tree. The boy on the right is her grandfather, Keith Moran. The other boys are listed as being Ralph and Lyle, who I assume are family but I don't have all of the information. There is another photo of these three boys making more faces. The location is … [Read more...]

Weekly History: Welcome Back

Sorry. Been busy doing other things and due to my short attention span, sometimes I get involved in other things and lose interest in the other stuff quickly. Though, that does mean I come back into genealogy more often and usually with a lot of interest. Here's is my family history for the week of … [Read more...]

Tombstone Tuesday: DeBroux

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This weeks photo is that of my great-great-grandparents, Joseph & Mary Philomene (LAURENT) DEBROUX. The stone is located in St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Norwood, Langlade Co., Wisconsin. Joseph DEBROUX was born 1864 in Grand Chute, Outagamie Co., Wisconsin to Desire and Desiree DEBROUX. He … [Read more...]

Weekly History: April 12 – 18

Sorry, I haven't been posting recently. I had other things going on and I was also not doing much research. But, I will get back on the horse today. Happy Easter. April 12 1923 - Married - Maurice CORRIGAN and Agnes BRAATZ. My great-grandparents were married in Iron Mountain, Dickinson Co., … [Read more...]

Tell Me Thursday: Country School

This ia photo from my wife's collection. The photo label says that this is her grandmother's class at "country school." We can't specifically pick her out, but we have some ideas. I like how all the boys are in overalls. they probably need to go back and finish up their farm work when school is … [Read more...]

Weekly History – March 22 – 28

The dates and anniversaries in my family tree for this week. March 22 1732 - Died - Marie Anna GUEDON - Marie is my 9th-great-grandmother on my mother's side.  She was born in 1641 in Bourg de Magny, Normandie, France and married Gabriel BENOIT in 1665. She passed away in Yamachiche, St. … [Read more...]

Wordless Wednesday

Immanuel Cemetery, Cedarburg, Ozaukee Co., Wisconsin … [Read more...]

Found and Not Found

Click for larger image - John's stone is the small one on the right side, middle. Note the large gap to the left of it.

Since the weather started to get nicer here and the snow is mostly gone, I thought I'd tackle some research involving the cemeteries again. Two of my ancestors are known to have lived and died in the Port Washington, Ozaukee Co., Wisconsin area, but I had yet to pinpoint their final resting … [Read more...]