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This is a blog written for our family.  I have made our grandparents the anchors of the family.  In part to protect the identities of living relatives and in part because it's just a good way to organize a lot of genealogical information.

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When reading the blog posts, you will see a family-tree graphic.  It always starts at the bottom with one of our grandparents.  So, if you are my kids, all of these ancestors are yours!  For my nephews, nieces, or cousins, just figure out which grandparent(s) you are related to.

(Oh, and by the way, when I have a photo of our ancestor, I will use it, but when I don't, I use the state flag of their birthplace, or a special graphic indicating their war service.)

Grandparents On my side of the family, the four grandparents are:
Olive Peck and Bayly Finkbiner, Helen North and Delbert Day. And on my husband's side, the four grandparents are:
Secondo Borasio and Marcella Rumiod, Charles Spalding and Esther Woodley. Lab…

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