As I’ve been writing up the details of different individuals for our genealogy website, there are times when the question of censorship comes up. For example, the comment, “He was an alcoholic and womanizer,” may have been stated by someone … Continue reading →
Visitors (the general public) will be able to view only some of our details. The displayed information will be restricted to the dearly departed. Information about living family members is available only to registered users, and registration is strictly limited to family members.
If you are connected in any way to those in the family tree, then you are “family” and can register. Go to http://www.downofathistle.org and click “Login” in the upper-right corner to begin the process.
This entry is addressed primarily to my immediate family members but I’m posting it here to also welcome comments from anyone who cares to contribute or who might be interested in doing the same. – – – In the next … Continue reading →
There are many, sometimes conflicting, King Arthur stories. Mine is true and accurate, of course. One of my ancestor families, the Watsons, moved from Scotland to Canada around 1855. They met and intermarried with Skinners who had emigrated from the … Continue reading →