Daily Archives: October 24, 2019

Vintage Halloween Costumes Your Grandparents Wore – FamilySearch October 24, 2019

I saw this tonight on FamilySearch – Vintage Halloween Costumes Your Grandparents Wore – FamilySearch October 24, 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/vintage-halloween-costumes-1900s/. If you’ve never asked your grandma or grandpa what they wore for Halloween, you’re missing out. Sometimes we think that all … Continue reading

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“Privacy: How to Protect Your Information Online” by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL – Dusty Roots & Forgotten Treasures October 24, 2019

Thank you to Dusty Roots & Forgotten Treasures for the information: https://dustyrootsandforgottentreasures.com/2019/10/24/privacy-how-to-protect-your-information-online-free-webinar-by-judy-g-russell-jd-cg-cgl-now-online-for-limited-time-geneawebinars/. It will be free for a limited time, but if you have a paid membership to FamilyTreeWebinars, it covers access after it stops being free. The recording of … Continue reading

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RootsTech London 24 – 26 October 2019

I thought about this conference, RootsTech London 24 – 26 October 2019, yesterday, but forgot to schedule a post early this morning. Here’s the website: https://www.rootstech.org/london Here’s the schedule: https://www.rootstech.org/schedule Some events will be streamed live for free – https://www.rootstech.org/london/live-stream-schedule. … Continue reading

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Challenges of Theme Posts – October 24, 2019

This is weird, not directly related to the post – I keep running across Lexington, Kentucky in posts lately. I did one myself not too long ago – William “King” Solomon of Kentucky. Going to have think on the significance … Continue reading

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Futuro UFO House, Frisco – North Carolina Thursdays October 24, 2019

I am going back to Dare County – Futuro UFO House, Frisco. I re-blogged this post – North Carolina Outerbanks — Going the Edgar Mile, original post – https://bemeontheroad.wordpress.com/2019/10/19/north-carolina-outerbanks/ which mentions the Futuro House. I have been to Dare County with … Continue reading

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Halloween is Coming! — Mitch Teemley

Some Halloween Questions: What do vegan zombies eat? If ghosts can walk through walls, why don’t they fall through the floor? Do coffins come with lifetime guarantees? If vampires can’t see their reflection, why is their hair so neat? Can … Continue reading

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The Whole of the Moon — The DNA Geek

A song by the British–Irish folk-rock band The Waterboys has been playing on repeat in my head lately: I pictured a rainbow You held it in your hands I had flashes But you saw the plan I wandered out in … Continue reading

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North Carolina Outerbanks — Going the Edgar Mile

I do hope I haven’t bored you have to death with all the history we have been seeing and learning about. I eat it up….but how about a change of pace and just see something totally different? We took a … Continue reading

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What really happened to the 1890 US census? — North Carolina Collection

Anyone who does genealogy knows the story. The 1890 U.S. Census was destroyed by fire. That is what we have been told for almost a century. The only problem is that that is not exactly what happened. In 1896, fire … Continue reading

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10 Most Heavily Guarded Homes On Earth – YouTube Video

I found this on YouTube – 10 Most Heavily Guarded Homes On Earth – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVB2GSlyrSk (around 10:57 minutes long). While this sounds good, to some burglars it’s a challenge to see if they can break in.

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