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Sunday, April 23, 2017
One day I hope to travel to the European hometowns and villages where my ancestors came from. Meanwhile, since I was raised in California, and all my parent's family were mainly in Tennessee and Ohio. I can't just run over to the courthouse to look at records. In 2010, I took a trip back to Dayton, Ohio. While there, I visited my 90-year-old Aunt, and another younger aunt, and some cousins. After our family visit, I was on my own - I really needed at least a week.
My husband and I both, want to one day, go to Virginia, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania, where our colonial ancestors first came to.
Where would you like to travel to find your ancestors?
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- Stay at home Mom to 1 dog and 2 cats. I am the "big sister" in the photo. My baby sister, passed away unexpectedly, Sept. 2015 at the young age of 56. I miss her terribly. Everyone in my childhood family has now passed. I have 3 sons. My oldest son died in 2003 at the age of 25. I am not LDS. I do enjoy History and GENEALOGY has become my hobby and my passion.