Marian Tucker’s Foster Family

While I mull over how to proceed with my Kuck’s in Germany, I decided to revisit Marian Tucker DeJean (note: I have made some updates to her original article).  She is one of my brick walls and was apparently Myrle Gage Grimes’ as well. When I wrote about Marian originally, I had not noticed a note … Continue reading Marian Tucker’s Foster Family

Elizabeth Bullis – Herstory

Up until recently, I had very little on Elizabeth Bullis. The census is all I have found to provide a window of birth between 1821 and 1823 in the state of New York. Her marriage to Julian DeJean is recorded in a Rock County index (transcribed) as 22 October 1846 at Janesville. Their first son, … Continue reading Elizabeth Bullis – Herstory

Different Language: The language of DNA

Better late than never, right? Initially, ฉันต้องการเขียนเกี่ยวกับภาษาแม่ของฉัน ภาษาไทย. I mean, you can't get more different than between two completely different cultures that had little contact in ancient history and about zero common root words. Not to mention the script! But, I really don't know much more than I have already written about. So, let's go … Continue reading Different Language: The language of DNA