12/03/2013 12:20:00 PM
Good Day,My next record that I have transcribed is one entered to the Grenada Registers of Records 23 March 1799 but written and composed under the authority of William Smith 2 November 1790. It is a Deed of Manumission freeing one John Lewis. Here
11/22/2013 11:12:00 AM
Good Day,My search and research continues for any Smith connection in St. George, Grenada who may provide some clues to the origins of my ggg-grandfather James Smith. The following record from the Grenada Registers of Records was entered 29 October
11/18/2013 14:37:00 PM
Good Day,I have finished my next transcription of a record from the Grenada Registers of Records in my search for all ggg grandfather James Smith. This record appears to be a Letter of Attorney in which William Smith of Martinique is one of the a
11/13/2013 14:13:00 PM
Today's record from the Grenada Registers of Records is one entered 27 April 1798 but actually composed 21 January 1791. There does appear to be a lag of time between the actual timing of an event and between the actual recording of the s
11/11/2013 14:43:00 PM
Well it looks like the confusion of the construction has almost come to a completion.
11/04/2013 23:24:00 PM
Continuing my work and search for ggg-grandfather James Smith I present another record from the Grenada Registers of Records.
This record was dated 20 November 1797. The document is a recorded manumission, the release of a slave named Di
10/31/2013 13:07:00 PM
My search for logical possibilities of the Smith connections is Grenada continues. This is my search and research for my ggg-grandfather James Smith. Today I worked on a document from the Grenada Registers of Records. This record was e
10/26/2013 18:58:00 PM
I continue in the search and research for clues to the origins of my ggg-grandfather James Smith.
My next record and document that I transcribe has only the mention of a "Mr. Smith" in the body of the attestation signed to by John Tarlet
10/24/2013 16:54:00 PM
Well I am back. I have returned from a four month respite. I am ready to restart my search and research of my own and associated genealogy.
And I decided that it was time to resume my search for the origins of my ggg-grandfather James S
09/01/2013 14:41:00 PM
Okay, I have re-created and redrafted with some minor changes my current James Smith Descendant Chart. I have re-positioned three of the great, great grands: great-great grandaunt Mary Ann; great-great grandaunt Sophia; and great-great gra
08/31/2013 07:03:00 AM
Well as I mentioned the genealogy bug has bit me once again and I guess it definitely is time to come in out of my three-month retirement.
What I have now discovered is an 1865 Burial Registration that may be that of great-great-grandaunt
08/26/2013 14:30:00 PM
I couldn't wait until September 1 to start working on my A Genealogy Hunt again.
Who said Patience is a virtue? And I guess I do have a shade of patience
but whether my patience is virtuous, that is another question, for another
07/07/2013 09:45:00 AM
I'm not back from my genealogy search and research respite, but I just read an interesting article, in The Washington Post, dated June 28, 2013.
What Obama really saw at the Door of No Return, a disputed memorial to the slave t
06/08/2013 11:47:00 AM
Just received notice that my blog A Genealogy Hunt is recognized as one of "The Top 90 Genealogy Blogs". "Our Editors and Readers selected your blog because of its high standard of quality information mixed with your excellent commentary."
04/30/2013 19:34:00 PM
Im back to my search and research of my ancestry and genealogy.
Following up from Part 852ab, Bernard very nicely provided me with a copy of the Entry of Marriage
04/20/2013 22:59:00 PM
I have been taking a short break from my search and research in the work of my genealogy. I am currently refocusing my thoughts as to a redo of my site A Genealogy Hunt. This of course is taking some considerable thought process on my pa
04/07/2013 14:30:00 PM
The discoveries through my search and research continue as I focus on my Abraham Family Line. From The Times I just found the 23 December 1890 Death Announcement of great-great-granduncle Philip Abraham.
From The Times Digital Archive vi
04/06/2013 12:15:00 PM
I have been searching The Times newspaper for any grain of information of my Abraham Family Line ancestry and genealogy. It is a wonder what technology and OCR, optical character recognition, can do nowadays. And of course, I have found a
04/05/2013 15:33:00 PM
My search and research of the Parisé Family Line is getting more and more complicated. As I delve into the ancestry and the genealogy of the Parisé and related Family I am amazed at the information that I am finding. The main issue is
04/02/2013 15:06:00 PM
At times you never know which Family Line I may be searching and researching in my work of my genealogy and ancestry. And as more and more documents and sources become available, in this generation of technology, more and more is discover
03/31/2013 10:38:00 AM
This week Ive been working, in my research of the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line and Ancestry, on the 1817 Marriage of CKs 6-times great-grandfather Michel Parisé. This was gggggg-grandfather Michels second marriage after the
03/24/2013 18:18:00 PM
Sometimes in my search and research I need to switch family lines when I come across a document when I have just been following a different path. As the genealogy and family tree continues to grow, the number of pathways into our ancestry
03/23/2013 16:02:00 PM
My search and research of the Parisé Family Line and genealogy now has revealed the apparent reason for CKs gggg-grandmother Catherine (née Grenier) becoming a widow. Her first husband Romain Huard died sometime around the 17th of Ma
03/22/2013 14:03:00 PM
And yes it is that time again to update my Parisé Descendant Chart.
All new and updated data, including the cross-references to my Posting on A Genealogy Hunt, are entered in red. A red or blue yellow-filled symbol represents the act
03/22/2013 13:07:00 PM
And yes this can be bloody boring
and tedious at times, but genealogy search and research is not necessarily cut out for everyone. And yes you can always block my emails and notes of the information
but I will not interrupt my searc
03/15/2013 15:28:00 PM
In the search and research of ones ancestry and genealogy one never knows what one may stumble upon, nor how soon one can discover an ancestors vital records. I am searching the Huard family name to determine how many children CK
03/13/2013 14:05:00 PM
Following up from my previous post and my search and research of the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line, CKs gggg-grandmother Catherine (née Grenier), gggg-grandfather Thimothée Parisés second wife was also married twice. Her
03/11/2013 16:57:00 PM
In my continuing search and research of the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line I have now found the 20 September 1840 Baptism registration of CKs gggg-grandmother Catherine (née Grenier formerly Huard) Parisé. From The Drouin Colle
03/08/2013 13:59:00 PM
I have been organizing my collection of genealogy documentation, specifically those of CKs gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier) Parisé. With my organization I enter as possible the documents that are collected into
03/04/2013 16:31:00 PM
I have been working on the uploading of Parisé marriages, circa 1860 through 1867, to my Clooz database. The search and research of the Parisé Family Line has increased in complexity. It appears that there are many cases of first and sec
02/22/2013 14:47:00 PM
In my search and research of the Parisé Family Line and Genealogy I have not, as yet, discovered any more children born to CKs gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier) Parisé than the six accounted for thus far. Both
02/19/2013 15:34:00 PM
Another find in my search and research of the genealogy and Parisé Family Line. This time CKs ggg-granduncle Napoléon Parisé, the eldest son of gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier). GGG-Granduncle Napoléon was
02/14/2013 13:31:00 PM
And today's find in my search and research of the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line is the 1872 Baptism Registration of CK's ggg-granduncle Jean Abel Parisé.
02/13/2013 11:44:00 AM
Ive been a wee bit removed from my regular search and research in my genealogy work. Im trying to set myself on some sort of daily schedule to complete the reams of documents that I have most recent discovered of the Parisé Family
02/05/2013 14:54:00 PM
Sometimes in the work of my search and research of genealogy I have a number of pokers in the fire. In this case it is the search of the vital records of the actual marriage of great-grandparents John Eugene and Hannah (née Gallagher) Ho
02/02/2013 20:00:00 PM
The search and research continues. This time I will be presenting a number of discovered documents for ancestors, especially of CKs collateral line and genealogy.
Train station of Port Daniel, Gaspésie, Québec, Canada,
02/01/2013 12:17:00 PM
A good way to begin a new month, February, is with an update of a visual representation of the CKs Parisé Family Descendant Chart. It is a very good method, for me to, to have this type of pictorial arrangement, of the ancestry and ge
01/28/2013 15:02:00 PM
My next find in my search and research of the genealogy and ancestry of the Parisé Family are two Marriage Registrations. They are the 1797 Parish and Civil Marriage Registrations for CKs 6-times great-grandparents Michel Parisey and
01/26/2013 13:11:00 PM
My investigation into the death and murder trial of great-great-grandfather Audley Holmes has not been shelved. I have not been deterred by the closed doors or barricades at the end of each pathway that I have, thus far, conducted an inqu
01/22/2013 13:02:00 PM
My genealogy and ancestry search and research continues. All-things-being-equal I will have to create a new and third Parisé Descendant Chart, or at least provide magnifying glasses with my work. My new update to my Parisé Descendant C
01/21/2013 14:34:00 PM
In my search and research of the genealogy of my familys ancestry, at times I luck out and am able to discover more than one corroborating document. In this instance, I have discovered another 1798 Baptism Register entry for CKs ggg
01/18/2013 14:45:00 PM
In the search and research of the genealogy and ancestry of the St. Thomas Family I have been looking for some information and documentation that will prove from where in Canada the St. Thomass originated. According to a number of US F
01/16/2013 09:15:00 AM
Just a short note this morning to announce that I have updated and created two new Descendant Charts. The two descendant Charts are specific to the Parisé and St. Thomas Families. Both Descendant Charts are connected via the marriage
01/15/2013 09:27:00 AM
This morning I have traced some new documentation and data concerning the genealogy of the Pariza, aka Parisaya, aka Parisé Family Line. And now we are introduced to a new variation of the spelling of the surname Parisey.
01/13/2013 14:31:00 PM
The organization of paths and sources of data and information of the St. Thomas Family continues. My research and search has now led me to possibly understand that CKs gggg-grandparents Lawrence and Marie Louise St. Thomas, and their e
01/10/2013 08:10:00 AM
Well sometimes in the search and research of ones ancestry and genealogy one may venture to make a logical decision. At this point in my research of the St. Thomas Family Line I can only look at and examine the facts that I have discov
01/09/2013 07:24:00 AM
As I mentioned I have stumbled upon a good succession of documents relating to the St. Thomas Family. Before I create my new St. Thomas Descendant Chart I thought that I would post and present the next document that I have managed to trac
01/08/2013 10:45:00 AM
And now the documents and the sources of information begin to pour in. This is my search and research of the St. Thomas Family Line.
Today I have discovered the 1905 Wisconsin State Census. GGGG-Grandparents Lawrence and Mary Louise S
01/07/2013 11:06:00 AM
With the realization in the genealogy of CKs ggg-grandmother Marie Louise Parizas maiden name was St. Thomas, see Part 823s, a new Family line is now open for search and research. I have updated my Parisé Descendant Chart.
01/06/2013 13:20:00 PM
Genealogy is a search of a series of steps that should lead one to an actual goal. From the information I have been able to gather regarding CKs ggg-grandmother Marie Louise Parizas maiden name, St. Thomas, I have been able to find,
01/04/2013 15:58:00 PM
Happy New Year and my genealogy hunt continues. This is the beginning of my 10th year into the realm of the continued exploration of me and my families reconstruction of our ancestry. This past December recorded the highest number, ju
12/28/2012 13:31:00 PM
When I first had my mtDNA tested, that is my Maternal Line DNA, I was presented, from Family Tree DNA, with the results that I was H1a.
Today both The Genographic Project and Family Tree DNA results have increased to H1a1a1. Based on the
12/26/2012 13:06:00 PM
And now on the second day of Christmas I figure that there is a lot of organizing and re-scheduling of my genealogy search and research work to do. I have been traipsing after so many family lines that I need to decide which project I nee
12/24/2012 10:39:00 AM
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays...
I will be returning to my posting to A Genealogy Hunt after Christmas Day.
12/20/2012 21:34:00 PM
Based on The Genographic Project 2.0 and my results, and if I understand this correctly, I am 94.6% - Homo sapiens, 2.6% - Neanderthal, and 2.8% - Denisovan. All three, according to one theory are descended from the ancient human Homo hei
12/17/2012 14:26:00 PM
The pursuit and search of ones genealogy and ancestry today is availed many, many different tools and methodologies. One such new tool is The Genographic Project 2.0. As I mentioned in my previous Post, Part 817s, I, we are just begin
12/12/2012 12:06:00 PM
In my course of search and research of my own genealogy and ancestry I am always checking all possible avenues. My results of The Genographic Project 2.0 have returned. Theres a ton of information Ive got to wade through and I will
12/11/2012 15:14:00 PM
I would never have believed that when I decided to take on the challenge of searching and researching the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line, especially the Blood Line of ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza, that I would find, uncover, stumble up
12/10/2012 12:16:00 PM
Today in the search and research of the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line I thought that I would just digress a bit and move forward in time to 6 January 1963. Per the Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997, 6 January 1963 is the date that C
12/09/2012 11:58:00 AM
At times it is always better to have a second pair of eyes, and most definitely a sharper mind assisting with the transcription of a document in the search and research of ones genealogy. In this case, a gracious volunteer through Tran
12/07/2012 15:39:00 PM
Is it providence that I am learning about marriage dispensations of the Roman Catholic Church? Following and researching the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line certainly is causing me to understand, to some degree, how the rules of cons
12/05/2012 14:12:00 PM
And the search and research continues of the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line continues. This time I veer and my sights are on the birth and baptism records of gggg-grandmother Catherine (née Grenier) Huard, Parisé.
The date of ggg
12/03/2012 14:05:00 PM
What is the difference between a sinner and a fisherman? In French, the accent
Pécheur = sinner; Pêcheur = fisherman.
A new lesson learned
When transcribing a document from an alternative language it is key, for the purpose of tr
12/02/2012 10:40:00 AM
House cleaning almost completed. Just the kitchen floor to mop and polish.
Last night supper was Dim Sum. Not bad
Steamed pork and shrimp, cabbage and corn dumplings, Bánh Bao Th?t Heo Rao Cai, Bánh Bao Tom Thít T??ng, Thai
12/01/2012 13:59:00 PM
Is this where it becomes difficult? In my genealogy search and research I have now discovered the 1860 Marriage Registration for gggg-grandmother Catherine Grenier and her first husband Romain Huard. And this time I have found two distin
11/27/2012 12:01:00 PM
And the genealogy work continues... even though the grey clouds of my
11/26/2012 10:40:00 AM
This morning I am catching up with my genealogy entries to my Clooz 3 database. Having walked and settled down The Pack I now have to turn myself to organizing where I have been and my next steps to the genealogy of the Parisé Family Lin
11/25/2012 13:13:00 PM
And sometimes I become quite bored with my writing and researching and searching of genealogy. At times I not sure if I am really accomplishing anything
But then again at other times I know that I am, all-things-being-equal, on the rig
11/21/2012 23:51:00 PM
Two nights ago supper was Korean
a twisted version of Mandoo Guk, a Korean Dumpling Soup
pork and corn dumplings in a chicken soya broth, bean sprouts, bird chilies and a squeeze of Sriracha. We couldnt get enough. Secret to froz
11/18/2012 11:16:00 AM
And yes I did make supper again last night, as some of you have asked
Green Gumbo. I followed and adapted a recipe from one of my favorite sites, Elise Bauers Simply Recipes.
Turnip greens, fresh spinach, Andouille sausage, ham, c
11/16/2012 08:46:00 AM
The work on the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line continues. I have been trying to dig deeper back into the ancestry of the family in the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec in Canada. It appears that I may have been able to discover documents
11/14/2012 07:44:00 AM
The genealogy search and research into the ancestry of Parisé Family Line continues... and I need your eyes.
From The Drouin Collection I have discovered a 20 August 1867 Marriage Registration for gggg-grandparents Thimothé and Catherin
11/13/2012 08:15:00 AM
With the most recent discoveries and corresponding documented proofs of the genealogy of the Parisé, aka Pariza, Family I figured it was time to now create a separate Family Descendant Chart.
I use GenoPro as I find that the software
11/12/2012 08:02:00 AM
21 documents on file! It took 21 documents to determine the actual origin of ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza aka ggg-grandfather Pierre Léandre Parisé.
When I assist others with researching an ancestor there are always two things that I gen
11/10/2012 15:54:00 PM
Is genealogy a name game?
Leo Pariza = Leo Pierre Pariza = Leon Parizo = Leo Parisaya = Leon Parasaya = Leon Parisée = Pierre Léandre Parisé
And all are CKs ggg-grandfather Leo.
Using the 1881 Canada Census, as displayed in Part
11/10/2012 10:27:00 AM
And genealogy is never static, especially when it comes to the research of dates and names associated with our ancestors.
Per Wikipedia, Port-Daniels-Gascons is a municipality in the Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine region of the provi
11/09/2012 10:04:00 AM
At times, in the field of genealogy it appears that all paths are blocked and all doors are closed. And then again at other times it seems that there is a slight glimmer through the crack in the doorway. Following my assumptions I have c
11/08/2012 17:39:00 PM
The search and research continues into the genealogy and origin of ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza.
As I presented in Part 795p Vina Parisaya, who married Fred Wallnitz, was registered in 1902 as the daughter of Timothy Parisaya and Catherine
11/06/2012 12:18:00 PM
And now the fun begins
that is if you are really into genealogy search and research. The inserted image to the right is from the 1912 Edition of the San Jose Mercury
11/05/2012 10:38:00 AM
Yes, this is my 1,000th post to A Genealogy Hunt. And I thought I would eventually run dry of journalizing my search and research efforts of my genealogy. Taint so! The more I keep searching the more I keep finding
the more I h
11/04/2012 07:55:00 AM
According to Google Blogger this is my 999th posting to A Genealogy Hunt since I began journalizing my search and research into the realm of my direct and associated ancestors. And Blogger records that there has been, not including this n
11/03/2012 09:59:00 AM
I continue my relentless pursuit, search and research for the genealogy of the Pariza Family Line. And time and time again I have to make sure that I keep myself organized. In Part 787p I introduced my first schedule of the collection of
11/02/2012 09:05:00 AM
According to the 1910 U.S. Census ggg-grandparents Leo and Mary Pariza, and their sons gg-grandfather Joseph W. and gg-granduncle Harold were living at Carney Avenue in Marinette, Wisconsin. At some point, prior to the publication of the 1
11/01/2012 08:58:00 AM
The next phase of my search and research to understand the life and genealogy of ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza is my search for City Directories.
Per Kory L. Meyerink in his article Effective Use of City Directories
10/31/2012 11:12:00 AM
As time continues, it is critical that I keep myself and the wealth of information and data relating to my genealogy search of the life of ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza organized. To date I have discovered at least two other alternative spel
10/30/2012 10:07:00 AM
And then there is the 1942 World War II Draft Registration of ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza. The Registration Card was signed 27 April 1942 and registered at East Union Street, Waupaca, Wisconsin.
Here are the front and back images of ggg-grandfather Leos Registration Card as downloaded from Family Search.org and microfilm FHL .
A note to anyone who is researching their genealogy, it is important to search all available online databases. Not all online services, [..]
10/29/2012 11:58:00 AM
And one never knows what one can stumble upon when one keeps searching and researching ones genealogy and ancestry. Today I discovered a page entry for ggg-grandfather Leo Parasaya (aka Parisaya, aka Pariza) of his history as provided by the Northwestern Branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This is now the third rendition of the spelling of the surname Pariza.
Per The Prologue Magazine from the website of The National Archives [..]
10/27/2012 11:44:00 AM
In my search work and research of genealogy and the past locations of ancestors and related connections it is always good news that I can uncover a piece of evidence that will make sense of past discovered bits of information.
Just recently I discovered a World War I Draft Registration Card for ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza. The card is dated 12 September 1918 and the registration took place the American Exchange Bank Building in the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This was the Third [..]
10/26/2012 11:20:00 AM
Following up from my preceding post, regarding the 1904 Civil War Pension Index for ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza, aka Parisaya, I continue the search for data and documentation of his genealogy and ancestry.
Next up in the search and find is a 1900 US Census. But this 1900 US Census is definitely different. It was the Census taken on 1 June 1900 at Guinayangan in the Philippine Islands. On Line #67 ggg-grandfather Leo Parisaya is listed as a Private in Company C, 30th Regiment of th [..]
10/25/2012 09:57:00 AM
At times the search and research into the genealogy of a family line and into the background of an ancestor does become a wee bit confusing.
Most recently I discovered two Index Cards relating to ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza. Both are labeled of the Civil War Pension Index which is a collection of The National Archives in Washington, DC. The two cards are dated 8 March 1904. Except for a few minor differences, it could be stated that both cards were completed on behalf of the same p [..]
10/24/2012 11:20:00 AM
And now that I am back, it is time to catch up and continue my search and research into the genealogy of my Family Lines and Ancestry.
But...I wonder how the acquisition of Ancestry.com by the European private equity firm Permira Funds will affect the subscription service I pay for, positively and negatively?
According to Ancestry.com there will be no anticipated changes in its operating structure with this deal. The company will remain in Provo, Utah, and it will continue to [..]
10/21/2012 09:03:00 AM
I haven't been posting or writing too much about my search and research of my genealogy this week, as I and Andy have been in Portland, Oregon at the Machine Quilters' Exhibition, MQX West 2012, this past number of days. Quilting design and construction is my other obsession and hobby.
I also thought that with the extent of our involvement in the world of quilting, fabric, and thread, on this far west side of the North American Continent, I wouldn't have so much as a chance to le [..]
10/17/2012 06:35:00 AM
And then there is one. The continued search and research of the genealogy and ancestry of the Pariza Family line now brings us to the 1940 US Census representing gg-grandfather Willard Pariza. He is living with his wife Dorothy at 525 Dunbar Avenue in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The inserted image may be the site of their home address on 22 April 1940.
The current temperature in Waukesha is 45°F and it is overcast. Winter is around the corner. Waukesha, on the outskirts of Milwaukee, [..]
10/15/2012 10:01:00 AM
The search and research for the Pariza Family line and genealogy continues. According to and enumerated in the 1940 US Census, ggg-grandparents Leo and Mary Pariza were in resident at the Wisconsin Veterans Home in Farmington, in Waupaca County, Wisconsin.
Here are images of the two Sheets, 7B and 8A.
And my subsequent Clooz 3.0 reports, CUSWI000009 and CUSWI000010.
10/12/2012 13:41:00 PM
Following up with my search and research of the Pariza Family genealogy, see Part 775p, Part 774p, Part 769p, I have created a Pariza Descendant Chart.
As always, my Descendant Charts are always under construction. It may change as new and more correct data is discovered and uncovered.
Please note that a red or blue and yellow symbol represents the actual blood line. New and updated data may be entered in red.
This new Pariza Descendant Chart will be listed as a link under th [..]
10/10/2012 09:37:00 AM
With genealogy search and research comes the waiting
Just imagine how it was before the introduction of electronic media and the Internet
and even before the telephone, albeit cell-phone. You drafted a letter, posted it, and waited, and waited, and waited.
Or you take a trip a search the nooks, and crannies, and book shelves. Im at that juncture right now waiting for information and evidence regarding the murder of gg-grandfather Audley Holmes.
And so, I thought I would upda [..]
10/09/2012 14:33:00 PM
In the course of search and research in the field of genealogy, it is not a good thing to assume anything. It is extremely important to make sure that the best possible documentation and data is available.
But, and this is a big but... at times some coincidental notice or information might be found that may or may not provide a key to the puzzle of the re-creation of an ancestor's life and demise.
In the attempt to reconstruct the events and outcome of gg-grandfather Audley Holme [..]
10/08/2012 12:16:00 PM
Research just makes me hungry. Had to have Cranberry-Cream Cheese muffins. Saw the recipe, so had to make them this morning
Excellent. Tasted like a cross between a muffin and a cheesecake. Great with a fresh cup of coffee.
I am sort of at a wall right now in my search and research of the murder of gg-grandfather Audley Holmes. This genealogy thing is dang right mind stretching, and the methodology of uncovering each and every nook and cranny is somewhat challenging
10/07/2012 08:47:00 AM
Thanks to the development of Internet technology the work of genealogy has become much more concise and ever-expanding. With the use of Google Maps, for example, I am able to almost zero in to the actual, if they still exist, locations where ancestors may have lived.
In the case of the Pariza Family, according to the 1920 US Census they lived at 564 National Avenue in Milwaukee City, Wisconsin. Today National Avenue is subdivided into two parts, East and West. All-things-being- [..]
10/05/2012 10:16:00 AM
Yes I am continuing my journey, search and research into the genealogy and the traipsings along the historical paths of our Family Lines.
In Part 769p I added the 1910 US Census recording of the Pariza Family. This Census presented CKs great-great-grandfather Joseph Willard (also known as Bill) Pariza, his ggg-grandparents Leo (aka Leon Pierre) and Mary (aka Marie), and his gg-granduncle Harold L.
Now I present the Pariza Family as recorded in the 1920 US Census who is now liv [..]