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Archive for June, 2018

Posted by carl at 30 June 2018

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A. A. Rhodes, b: 1862, of Dane Co., WI: The Back Rhodes of Our Genealogy

A. A. Rhodes, (deceased), was born in Madison, Dane county, April 23. 1862. died August 17, 1898. He was the son of James Rhodes, a butcher by trade, and one of the early settlers of Madison. He married Miss Katie Evarts, daughter of Leeman and Mary (Cole) Evarts.

Source: rhodesfamily.org/bio_a_a_rhodes.php

Posted by carl at 30 June 2018

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Here are two examples taken from the post:

Aide-de-camp: a military officer acting as secretary and confidential assistant to a superior officer of general or flag rank.

Jaeger corps: in the German army, one belonging to a body of light infantry armed with rifles, resembling the chasseur of the French army. Sharpshooter. Also Yager and Jager.

Source: www.karenfurst.com/blog/revolutionary-war-vocabulary/

Posted by carl at 29 June 2018

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Daguerreotype portraits from the Library of Congress’ collection, converted into a three min. video.

Daguerreotype portraits from the Library of Congress’ collection. www.jackotis.com

Source: Long Gone: Daguerreotypes 1840-1860

Posted by carl at 26 June 2018

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Are We All Related?

Are We All Related?

This is part 3 of our special series on Human Ancestry! Watch the entire series at The Human Story

Source: www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnYSMhR3jCI

Posted by carl at 23 June 2018

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F. E. Rhodes, b 1868, of DeKalb Co., IN: The Back Rhodes of Our Genealogy

He was a son of Milus and Elizabeth (Beams) Rhodes.

Source: rhodesfamily.org/f-e-rhodes-of-deKalb-co-in.php

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