Amy Johnson Crow “no story too small” suggested that we write about “An ancestor who made an ‘oops,’ or one that you made while researching. Week 43– OOPS! George A. Bough (1806 – 1856) Although, there have been many oops over the years of my genealogical research that required pruning and other measures, I…… Continue reading 52 Ancestors #43 Oops George fell!
The optional weekly theme for Week 42 was “Proud” Many of us have an ancestor that we are proud – or that we’re proud of our efforts to find them! As I look at my pedigree chart, there are so many ancestors that I am certainly proud of; but I am most proud of the…… Continue reading 52 Ancestors #42 Proud Nancy
Long Life: Ena D. Bough, My Great Aunt and direct ancestor: Ena Dorothy Bough, (1907- 2005) was born on St. Croix in the Danish West Indies. Ena was the daughter of Crucian Parents; Haddasha Summersille died at the age of 93; studied pediatrics and performed duties as a Mid-Wife. August C. Bough died at the…… Continue reading 52 Ancestors #16 Ena Dorothy Bough – Lived to 97