Monthly Archives: September 2008

A Visit From the Gnome

The traveling Genea-Blogger Gnome has stopped by for a visit having had a nice stay over at Terry Thornton’s Hill Country. Now that he’s made the trip out west again we’ll be discussing where he’d enjoy visiting as soon as … Continue reading

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Getting to Know Me, Getting to Know Echo Hill Ancestors…

Well Terry, I must admit to resisting this carnival and I guess it’s kind of silly, but having to identify my “best’ or my “breeziest” etc., makes me start to squirm. Still, it’s time to introduce myself as I’m pretty … Continue reading

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Introducing…. My Canadian Ancestors

My Canadian born grandfather, George Alexander Walker is directly responsible for my interest in genealogy and family history. Why? (you ask)… well, my husband and I were vacationing in Northern Minnesota, and on a whim we went into the Bemidji … Continue reading

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