Meet Effie & George — Applegate Genealogy

This week’s 52 Ancestors prompt is “Winter,” and it immediately reminded me of a photo I received from a Bond family cousin years ago. In the photo, the ground is covered in a blanket of snow, and wagon tracks and horses’ hoof prints lead to a white farmhouse down the road. The photo is titled, […]

via Meet Effie & George — Applegate Genealogy.

I have several women named Effie and Affie in my family tree.

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3 Responses to Meet Effie & George — Applegate Genealogy

  1. Jamie Gates says:

    Thank you for featuring my post! I only have the one Effie, so it’s always stood out in my tree. It’s such a cool name

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    • ICT Graver says:

      I have at least one Effie and several Affies in my tree. I am going to do a blog post asking people for some of the cool, unusual, or interesting names in their trees.

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    • ICT Graver says:

      You are welcome. I occasionally come across Effie headstones during transcriptions or photographing cemeteries. It’s an unusual enough name and one of my Affie recent ancestors pronounced it as Effie. It makes me want to do a post about unusual, uncommon, funny, or weird names. At times, I would see a first middle last name combination and I used to think, there’s only one of them, but later stumble across 2 – 4 more that may or may not be related to the first one.

      I have a great uncle that I didn’t know about and his name is some combination of Hosea James Joseph with the order changing over time. End result I don’t know which was his first name and which were his second and third names. His surname has stayed the same throughout the search.

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