Well, almost wordless . . . I will be celebrating another wonderful birthday this month with all the trimmings (cake/cobbler, ice cream, gifts, etc.). Even though I doubt my celebration will top the fun and joy I had when I turned 2 yrs old in the photos below, I’m sure going to try – LOL!
urname Saturday is one of the popular “Daily Blogging Series” going on at GeneaBloggers.com! This series is intended to give genealogy bloggers a chance to discuss a surname and mention its origin, its geographical location(s), and how it fits into their family research. So I’ve joined the foray and plan to share information regularly about [...]
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Well, almost wordless . . . Meet the Taylor Siblings – Elgin, Jon, and Me! Yeah, I was being cantankerous as a little sister could be in this one – LOL! This photo was taken by our father, May 1961, on the front lawn of our first home which was located at 4314 Stonewall Street, in [...]