So, for two days in a row, I have had photos I posted to the Insta world make me think about a 50/50 life lesson.
This morning, as I looked out of my sunroom, I saw the moon hanging in the sky. You could see it’s very dark shape and
I have decided to post a few life lessons from the first 50 years of my life. I will try to do 50. I never
Mary Ann Gray was my second great Grandmother. She was born Feburary 3, 1849, in Spangler, Pennsylvania. Her father, Philip Augustus Gray, was 34, and
Just like her husband Roy McCombie, Margaret Logan has very cut-and-dry genealogy research. It consists of only four census entries, a marriage record and her
Roy George McCombie, my great Grandfather. This picture was posted by a cousin on Ancestry. He called him “Pop”. I have not found any stories