Be A Part From The Start!

I have decided to change what Heritage Forensics is. Too often I have seen the core values of what should be the creed and philosophy of every genealogist, hobbyists and career alike, become forgotten or ignored.   We've allowed politics to infiltrate our...
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A Polite Man

A Polite Man.--"My dearest uncle," says a humorous writer, "was the most polite man in the world. He was making a voyage on the Danube and the boat sank. My uncle was just on the point of drowning. He got his head above water for once, took off his hat and said,...
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Riots Continue In New Orleans

Terrible and bloody riots have the order of the day in New Orleans for some time past. Lives are lost, property destroyed, and still no effort is being made to suppress them. Originally published in the Belmont Chronicle, and Farmers, Mechanics, and Manufacturers...
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Museum Freak Died Destitute

Ravenna, O., Nov 21. -- Big Marie, a museum freak weighing 700 pounds, died here destitute. She was born in Warren county, Ind., and married Rolly Edwards Originally published in The Guernsey Times of Cambridge, OH on 26 Nov 1896 pg 2. Navigating the Journal...
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Pleasant Paragraphs

A lady, describing an ill-tempered man, says:--"He never smiles but he feels ashamed of it" The woman who never interferred with her husband's affars arrived in town the other day. She is unmarried. A paper giving an account of Toulouse, in France, says: "It is a...
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Who Was The First Wife?

Father, did you ever have another wife besides mother? "No, my boy; what possesses you to ask such a question?" "Because I saw in the old family Bible where you married Anno Domini, 1855; and that isn't mother, for her name is Sally Smith." Originally published in The...
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Lightning Strikes Two Not Twice

At Camp Nevin, Kentucky, an officer's tent was struck by lightning, recently. Lieutenant Wishart and Lieutenant West, of Pennsylvania, had their swords melted by their sides, but escaped serious personal injury. Originally published in Cincinnati Daily Press of...
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Dies From Bit Thumb

A few weeks ago Mrs. Ann Foley and Mrs. Mary Garry, two elderly ladies West Sixteenth street, New York, had a hostile encounter, in which Mrs. Foley got the thumb of Mrs. Garry between her teeth, and bit it badly. Suppuration ensued from the bite, and Mrs. Garry died...
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Be A Part From The Start!

I have decided to change what Heritage Forensics is. Too often I have seen the core values of what should be the creed and philosophy of every genealogist, hobbyists and career alike, become forgotten or ignored.   We've allowed politics to infiltrate our...

read more

A Polite Man

A Polite Man.--"My dearest uncle," says a humorous writer, "was the most polite man in the world. He was making a voyage on the Danube and the boat sank. My uncle was just on the point of drowning. He got his head above water for once, took off his hat and said,...

read more

Riots Continue In New Orleans

Terrible and bloody riots have the order of the day in New Orleans for some time past. Lives are lost, property destroyed, and still no effort is being made to suppress them. Originally published in the Belmont Chronicle, and Farmers, Mechanics, and Manufacturers...

read more

Museum Freak Died Destitute

Ravenna, O., Nov 21. -- Big Marie, a museum freak weighing 700 pounds, died here destitute. She was born in Warren county, Ind., and married Rolly Edwards Originally published in The Guernsey Times of Cambridge, OH on 26 Nov 1896 pg 2. Navigating the Journal...

read more

Pleasant Paragraphs

A lady, describing an ill-tempered man, says:--"He never smiles but he feels ashamed of it" The woman who never interferred with her husband's affars arrived in town the other day. She is unmarried. A paper giving an account of Toulouse, in France, says: "It is a...

read more

Who Was The First Wife?

Father, did you ever have another wife besides mother? "No, my boy; what possesses you to ask such a question?" "Because I saw in the old family Bible where you married Anno Domini, 1855; and that isn't mother, for her name is Sally Smith." Originally published in The...

read more

Lightning Strikes Two Not Twice

At Camp Nevin, Kentucky, an officer's tent was struck by lightning, recently. Lieutenant Wishart and Lieutenant West, of Pennsylvania, had their swords melted by their sides, but escaped serious personal injury. Originally published in Cincinnati Daily Press of...

read more

Dies From Bit Thumb

A few weeks ago Mrs. Ann Foley and Mrs. Mary Garry, two elderly ladies West Sixteenth street, New York, had a hostile encounter, in which Mrs. Foley got the thumb of Mrs. Garry between her teeth, and bit it badly. Suppuration ensued from the bite, and Mrs. Garry died...

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