Sunday Afternoon Genealogy Fun – What Was Your Childhood Home Like? — Lois Willis – Genealogy and Family History

Each week on Randy Seaver’s Genea-musings blog he has a post for Saturday night Genealogy fun. Because of the time difference, I have called my series Sunday Afternoon Genealogy Fun. This week’s mission was: 1) What was your childhood home like?  How big was it?  How many rooms did it have?  What facilities did you have? What furniture […]

Sunday Afternoon Genealogy Fun – What Was Your Childhood Home Like? — Lois Willis – Genealogy and Family History

Which year? From 1st Grade to 4th Grade, I lived in 4 different houses spread among 4 different schools, 3 of them in the same city of 35 – 40K residents. 4th to 6th Grade was the same school.

My sister has some photos of the first house. When I visited the area in 2005, it was gone and looked like it had been missing for several decades.

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1 Response to Sunday Afternoon Genealogy Fun – What Was Your Childhood Home Like? — Lois Willis – Genealogy and Family History

  1. GP Cox says:

    If you ever saw “Everybody Loves Raymond” sit-com, the house they show is what mine looked like. Believe it or not, it was a post-WWII community that sold for$11,000 in 1950. One thousand more than the Levittown communities because it had a garage, basement and second floor!

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