Category Archives: Genealogy

Amanuensis Monday-A Letter From David Smith to Wm. Smith 18th April 1857

Amanuensis: A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another. From The National Standard Encyclopedia Amanuensis Monday was started on the Transylvanian Dutch Blog. This link will take you to the page concerning Amanuensis and … Continue reading

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Friday Family History-Happy Birthday Cousin Glenn A. McCartney Sr.

Today in Friday Family History, I will be sharing with you some exciting things that I have come across in my research. Number one would be a cousin I didn’t know I had, two would be a handy function of … Continue reading

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Independence Day- 4 July 2013

I feel I must write on this occasion, but I am not sure what these fingers will produce.  It always surprises me in the end. Two hundred and thirty-seven years ago, the last line is drawn in the sand. A … Continue reading

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Amanuensis Monday-Revolutionary War Pension Application for Daniel Jackson

Amanuensis: A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another. From The National Standard Encyclopedia Amanuensis Monday was started on the Transylvanian Dutch Blog. This link will take you to the page … Continue reading

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Amanuensis Monday-Letter posted March 25, 1928 from David Ogilvie to his daughter Ruth

Amanuensis: A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another. From The National Standard Encyclopedia Amanuensis Monday was started on the Transylvanian Dutch Blog. This link will take you to the page … Continue reading

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