3 Replies to “Born This Day in 1886 ~ Charles Roy WOLERY”

  1. This is a much more efficient way to remember the birthday of an ancestor. I can’t imagine writing an entire post about each person (like I did for my aunt earlier this month). And the further back you go, the less likely you’ll be to even have enough to write — unless your research has rewarded you with details. Awesome idea. Now I can relax because I have one coming up next week. 🙂

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    1. 🙂 I have FTM software and at the beginning of January, I printed out a calendar for the year to remind me of certain dates. I was surprised to see that I have someone from my tree that has a birthday on each and every day of the year. I might just make this be a regular thing (to force me to post more often) and, who knows? Maybe one of those collateral lines will come through with more information? You should do it! It made me feel accomplished just to get a post out early on a Monday morning.

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