Census records are one of the most popular resources for identifying ancestry. Conducted every 10 years from 1790, United States Federal Census records can provide a wealth of information. Depending on the year they were taken, census records may contain the names of those living in the household, their ages at last birthday, and places … Continue reading
Today I took the plunge and emptied my pockets even more by upgrading my Ancestry.com membership. I added Fold3 and Newspapers.com to my arsenal of genealogical tools. Cool, right? But wait until you hear what my first ever search on Newspapers.com found… … but first, a brief biography of my father, Howard Theodore Cole. Dad … Continue reading
Caroline S. Gouyd was the daughter of Daniel Smith Gouyd and Harriet Louisa Bangs. She was born December 21, 1851 and died January 15, 1940 in Evans, New York. She married first, on December 25, 1869, Frederick J. Glasser and second, on November 18, 1883, William C. Fischer. When Caroline was 18, she married Frederick … Continue reading
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