Quotes about aunts from literature, both old and modern.
Attending a family reunion of descendants of my nineteenth century Irish ancestors migrated to Canada. Mingling with fourth cousins I learned a lot about my Irish roots.
Henry W Schmidt and Anna Waldvogel were 19th century immigrants who married in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and then settled in central Wisconsin. This is their story before and after marriage.
Why do we have names? Could we do without them and if we did what would we call ourselves. If we have to have names, what on earth to we call our children and why?
While it may not be clear whether the Jones surname came from the male Latin version of John, that is, Johannes or the female version Johanna, it remains indisputable that the Jones family crest has stood the test of...
Old author remembers country sayings of a bygone era.
The strong presence and influence of grandparents in a child's life is gift, and enriches all of their lives. Here are my experiences with my grandparents and being a grandparent myself.
My great-grandma Bertha Kuehn immigrated to the U.S. with five kids in 1882. Until her death in 1923, great-grandma lived a challenging and colorful life on the Door County Peninsula of Wisconsin.
John Pryor's grandparents were born in England. His wife is a direct descendent of Sir Nicholas Lillying, Sheriff of Abington in 1384