My grandfather served in France in the 1st world war. Here's his experience and the family memorabilia from this momentous time in his life. I'm sure it parallels that of other young men of the time.
Looking for a long-lost relative? Sometimes even the pros hit a 'brick wall.' Here are some of the places they search for ancestors from way-back-when.
Are you a descendant of the Porters from middle Tennessee? You may be related to me, too. Check out this article about the Porter family.
39th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, U.S. Volunteers, Regimental Standard. According to at least one source, this regimental flag is unique in the fact that it does indeed say "Mounted Infantry" in the banner beneath the eagle. Kentucky Military History...
The story of the Middleton family of Washington DC, who lived through the American civil war, and their relationship with my great-great Grandfather, George Burgess (1829-1905) of Bristol, England.
Tips for researching ancestors based on how their extended family migrated. How extended families moved from place to place in the past can become a key to unlocking missing parts of your family heritage.
This article is about living in Karlsruhe,Germany on a military base. Paul Revere Village.
A brief history of Roman Catholics in 1800 Glasgow, Scotland as well as a list of Roman Catholic churches during that time period and what records are available prior to the 1855 implementation of Civil Registrations.
1940 will be out soon. What will you find.
I recently received the results of my $2,000 (now $1,100) DecodeME test one year ago, so I'd like to share a review of my experience with the product.