Posted by Liv | Filed under Military Monday
When family members notice the two flags on display in my parents’ home for the first time, they often ask, “I know one flag is in honor of your dad, but who’s the other flag for?” When I tell them the second flag is in honor of my Uncle Joseph, they will look back at [...]
Posted by Liv | Filed under Wordless Wednesdays
Well, almost wordless . . . Amongst those Chapple Girls was one boy . . . Joseph Lee Chapple My Uncle Joseph was quite a character and definitely considered himself a smooth operator when it came to the fairer sex!
Posted by Liv | Filed under Surname Saturday
It’s Surname Saturday at GeneaBloggers.com and this series is intended to give genealogy bloggers a chance to discuss a family surname by giving details about its origin, its geographical location(s), and how it fits into their family research. ORIGIN According to Ancestry.com, the meaning of Chapel is, English: variant spelling of Chappell. French: from a diminutive of Old [...]
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