Category Archives: My Paternal Side

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Forgiveness…

What I’m learning at my CHIP class Tonights CHIP class was probably the hardest so far. This class doesn’t just address diet or perhaps an easier to swallow (Pun intended) word, “nutrition.” It also addresses dealing with stress, and self … Continue reading

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The Old Days…

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Genealogy 101, Software

The photo is Hattie Ann Rowe, she is the sister of my great grandfather Alfred B. Rowe. Genealogy Software Once you have started entering your data into your Family Group Sheets and your Pedigree Charts, you *MIGHT* want to also … Continue reading

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Alveta Lorene Rowe Gibboney

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My Second Cousin, Don Bovee

Don Bovee in this article is a first cousin to my dad, Alvin C. Rowe. I found this article at: Gleaner Online http://www.gleaneronline.org/99/1/17603.html Milo Takes to the Air Waves Two years ago Ron Myers, European Broadcasting Services manager, offered Milo … Continue reading

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Pilgrim Richard Warren, My 10th Great Grandfather

In an email to MAYFLOWER-L@rootsweb.com,  David Sylvester [Roots@feliixplace.com] said: “Here is an article I found at Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter Mayflower Ancestors This Thursday is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. On this day, we remember the many brave immigrants who … Continue reading

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1915 – On the Umpqua River

Ernest Rowe 1915 – On the Umpqua River One of the most unforgettable years was living in a stilt house on the Umpqua River. It was built on piling over the river. My father, Ernest Rowe had a job building … Continue reading

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