Fixed Mary Ann's Journal pages so you can print them. Now in PDF pages.
Ancestor Pages
knowing your family - a greater sense of belonging
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Gain strength from your family history. Those examples of hard work and 'making do' can help you through hard times now. Their stories are family treasures - like the six grandsons who each got one skate for Christmas. By sharing, three of them could skate at a time!



A heading   
for a sense of place

Parents at top   

Children's names/dates

Family photos

Census pages and notes   


  List of what's on the page
  (names, photos, stories, etc.)

  Links to stories, documents

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Maybe best of all - you can print these pages! Keep in a loose-leaf binder so you have instant access.
Even without pictures you can have a great page. Census, marriage and birth records give you places they lived, what they did for a living, which children were living at home or maybe next door, etc. Putting everything together in ancestor pages is a great way to see a little of what was happening in their lives.

Examples of ancestor pages:
 1 - no photos, but census records
 2 - 1 photo, her will
Don't miss the stuff at the bottom of the page, census informations, stories, notes, etc.

1. Gather your stuff in one place.   Get your relatives involved; what they know could be a clue to finding more. (Don't send originals, make copies.)

2. Print your pages & keep in a binder. Kids love the pictures and stories!

3. Get your personal family history started. Let the kids take turns being the family historian who writes down important milestones and funny stories. Everyone keep a journal. Work together on preserving the past and the here & now at least one night a week.


The past belongs to everyone so you can download or print anything on this site.
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Find a greater sense of belonging - in your family history.  Learn from your ancestors, honor their day-to-day courage or simply remember them with affection.

None of us are descended from saints, everyone makes mistakes. Those who were the worst offenders serve as good examples of what not to do. We can forgive them and move on (or drag them around with us like Marley's chains in A Christmas Carol).

Family pages on this site give life and light to the bare bones of the family tree.




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