Monday, September 16, 2013
Leaving the south
I was thinking about the circumstances and events surrounding my ancestors that made them decide to leave their place of residence in the south for a new home in the north. How did they travel? unlike today, I don't think that people back then just decided to move because they needed or wanted a change of scenery or climate. I believe it was hardship, the need of work and searching for a dream, a better way of life for their family.
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Welcome to the Blogging Community Denise. Im glad to see you here. Im looking forward to reading all about your Research and Family History. Happy Ancestral Hunting!!!!ReplyDelete
I've been thinking about the same thing with my family and have written about it on my blog. I've just started looking at it again in the last week.ReplyDelete
YES! Thank you so much Denise, your blog is wonderfully inspirational.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I am really enjoying blogging!ReplyDelete