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I struggled very hard with this topic. No matter how I turned over my possible stories for proud, they all had a political spin. And I hate politics. I don’t think Amy Johnson Crow could have foreseen the rapidly escalating social and cultural dysfunction of 2020 when she developed her topic lists for the year. … Continue reading Proud – a break from genealogy
I have previously written about Richard and Eliza Cobe in two parts (part 1 and part 2). I have made some slow progress in strengthening their connection to Richard and Eliza Cobb of Barrie, Canada. Short refresher: Irish immigrants Richard and Eliza Cobe appear out of thin air in the 1840 U.S. Census district of … Continue reading Newest – Cobe Coincidences
As I have mentioned in earlier posts (probably once or twice), our Gage line arrived in the New World around 1633 with the Winthrop fleet, making them the oldest new world family in our lineage. But in my musings I have been a little befuddled in the story of James Gage, father of Isaac Gage, our American Revolution ancestor. Regardless … Continue reading Oldest – Moses Gage and Beyond