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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Claim Your Ancester #8: Married on the Missippi Missouri Frontier

Meet James Welch and Emaline Williams, married on January 21, 1850.  Were they headed to California? Were they refugees from the potato famine? You should investigate!!

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PS:.... all of these stories belong to my current students. They really do need figure this out.