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Favorite Posts 2013

Fun Stuff 1. Passages All time hits thru Jan 2, 2014 5,334 2. Artistic Works and Representation 2 3,923 3. Sir Richard Forester of Flanders 3,903 4. 17th Century Houses 3,758 5. College Graduates 2,354 6. Origins 2,054 7. Marcus Antonius 1,683 8. Famous Cousins 1,595 9. Family Cars 1924 – 2004 1,498 10. Henry I of France … Continue reading

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2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 250,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at … Continue reading

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Genealogical Resources

Overviews Steve Condarcure’s New England Genealogy Index – The purpose of these pages is to help beginners gather raw data for their genealogy project.  This database does NOT have any sources on the names here.  Steve guesses that 98% of the … Continue reading

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Favorite Posts 2012

Fun Stuff 1. Artistic Works and Representation 2 (New) 3,477 2. Passages 3,322 3. 17th Century Houses 2,055 4. College Graduates (New) 1,866 5. Origins 1,618 6. Famous Cousins 1,141 7. Edward I 1,076 8. Marcus Antonius 1,052 9. Family … Continue reading

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2012 in Review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog was viewed about 260,000 times in 2012. If it were Liechtenstein, it would take about … Continue reading

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World Visitors

One of the most rewarding aspects of this project is sharing what I learn with my (very) extended family.  Three-quarters of visitors have been from the United States, but visitors from many other countries have taken a look. *COUNTRIES with … Continue reading

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North American Visitors

One of the most rewarding aspects of this project is sharing what I learn with my (very) extended family. I was curious where these distant relations were  coming from. I put a visitor counter on the site and saw that … Continue reading

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