Monthly Archives: September 2013

Annie Horberg

Annie Horberg. Mostly the research into my ancestry has been as expected, with labourers and farmers the common occupation.  But occasionally a story is discovered that is out of the ordinary.  Such is the story of Annie Hörberg. Annie is … Continue reading

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Where has the information for your Tree come from?

During the course of genealogical research there often come times when you need to make an educated guess based on associated recorded evidence at hand.  I am not referring to making assumptions that certain ancestors are yours when there is … Continue reading

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The 24 Acts of Chivalry

John Pye born 1444 and died 1550.  His epitaph states in part, “He was at Jerusalem and at the sepulchre of Christ.  He completed the 24 Acts of Chivalry which few men could do them all.” So what are the … Continue reading

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