June, 2008


A St Louis Belle

19 year old Edna Mary Micheauon her wedding day1940

No-fee Passports Available to Visit Veterans Graves Overseas

In one of our Memorial Day posts, we mentioned that there are thousands of American veterans buried overseas. I’ve recently learned that “No-fee” passports are available to immediate family members (spouse, children, parents, brothers and sisters) for the purpose of visiting their loved one’s grave or memorialization site at the American military cemeteries on foreign soil. For additional information, write …Continue reading →

Problem Solved (Mostly)

Our tech problems are solved for the most part, so we’re back at our usual address, blog.geneablogie.net. I say “solved for the most part” because I really mean “solved so you can’t tell what’s going on in the background.”

One Moment, Please

We’re redesigning the site and having a little trouble with one of our tech partners, so we’re back at geneablogie.blogspot.com for the time being. I hope this interruption is brief!

Great Service from Seattle!

All I can say is WOW! A few days ago, actually on June 4, 2008, at about 10 p.m., to be precise about it, I ordered a death certificate from the Washington State Department of Health in Seattle. It was the death certificate of one Velma B. Dervin, who died in Seattle in 1993. I wanted to confirm that this …Continue reading →

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