These are stories that have a bit of color, reveal the living conditions of the early periods...and some of the yarns that have been passed down through the generations. It helps to tell us who our ancestors really were...and how they lived.
Names and dates are important to us as individuals...we all like to know who
our direct ancestors are. But I think we also like to know how our ancestors
lived, how they struggled, how they were like us and different from us. This one is not so much about genealogy, but about family stories.
--b maddox, founding webmaster, Kansas City
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This site will add website articles, lineage links, or individual page links, photos, even stories to this site. Simply email the webmaster, providing your links, any information that would be helpful to him (or the team) including what section of THIS site you think is the best place for it. The webmaster, whose background is journalism, will help create original pages and articles using copy and photos you provide. Most sections are related to Parts of the Country, States, Military, Famous, Immigrants.
Note: Please do NOT ask the webmaster for advice on researching genealogy, or finding your ancestors. That's the part that contributors should be doing. There are great resources and genealogists who are often very generous with their time. And lots of material on line to help you look for your families. Google is your friend!
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