Family History Scrapbook
one is ever truly dead
I've been collecting family history for more than fifty years, and it has come to be many things to me. It is a science, yes, and for many, science is the most important part. That is great because research is the foundation, the skeleton on which everything else is built.
|Porter Family c. 1906|
|Roots and Migrations|
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|Sullivan||Cemetery Map for the Grand Rapids area|
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|Some Favorite Links||A new and earlier ancestor in Roots and Migrations|
The story changes somewhat
over the years as older generations of the family tell it to newer ones. But
somehow no one ever gets too tired to tell it, or too bored to listen. In the
end, it isn't so much that we're in the story, but that the story is in us.
— popular genealogy quote