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Thursday, December 5, 2013

The Road where your Grandparents Lived

The road where your grandparents lived. Take the picture now before this road disappears.

I remember when my grandmother died that I went to her home afterwards and saw a pile of old papers and stuff burning in the yard!  This is when people dispose of clutter, and old letters, diaries, and articles the family genealogist would dearly love to own!  Old homesites, gardens and roads disappear over time.  A few snapshots of the old farm suddenly become valuable when we (ourselves) are aging.  Strange, how we become interested in the past when it is almost too late to gather family information.  But then there is ourselves? We can preserve our own letters, photos, etc. today.  How?  Why, by scanning these items into a blog on the internet.  I guarantee you that someone will come along long after you are gone and treasure these items!


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