The 4th Annual SHARE A MEMORY CONTEST in full swing, and the first few entries are coming in! Carol A. Bowen Stevens admits "I go in spurts depending on life, travel, life, issues, family, life, and more issues. I'll try to be better." Carol came up with a few cool shares:
|IMAGE: 1861 census for Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada|
Find out about this BINGO in Carol's One Memory, My Best Genealogy Day, Well, One of the Best where she tells explains "This was back in the dark ages of genealogy, when we actually did the majority of our research IN libraries and archives. When we spun microfilm to find our ancestors in the census."
I've never seen a "Certificate of Special Rights of Citizenshp" nor have I heard about a German migration to Hawaii, until Carol wrote shared the memory of another research break-through in her second post this week One Memory, My Best Genealogy Day, Correct That to Read, Man’s Best.
FOR FURTHER READING
- DearMYRTLE's #30Waysin30Days Share a Memory project we discussed throughout the month of September. Note: See the last entry, with links to all 30 episodes here.
- DearMYRTLE's Please write, please share something every week
- DearMYRTLE's 4th Annual SHARE A MEMORY Contest
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