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Information from Documents

After you find a record, always analyze all the clues. Many baptism and marriage records will name the city or county or country where the person came from. The marriage record of my husband's g-g-grandparents named the counties in Ireland where they came from.

Attending conferences

First of all, I cannot believe how long it's been since I posted. With one thing and another, one illness after another, I had no time to devote to this blog. Time to catch up. I've made many discoveries while recuperating. Even though I'm not in the best of health, it hasn't stopped me from attending conferences. Limping or not, here I come. While attending the Hispanic Conference in Dallas, I thumbed through another society's annual journal. A name caught my eye. Sure enough it was my ancestor's sister. She is buried along with some of her children and her husband in the cemetery at the Alamo, or Mission San Antonio de Valero as it was called them. She was listed as one of the bu




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