Saw a flock of Turkeys in the middle of the road, I think they get sand for their gullets off the edges of the highway. Chance was excited to see them!
I have been doing some family research. One name at a time.
I had a few questions and was verifying a couple of my Paternal Uncle’s Birth Records online with the State of Minnesota. Uffda. What a hornets nest. My Uncle Hugo is listed as Huga, obviously a transcription error. I sent an email notifying the proper people. My Uncle Ervin is listed as Erven..unlike Hugo who had no children, Uncle Ervin has several children and I wouldn’t want to step on any toes, so they can do their own corrections. There was also some question about my Uncle Arthur’s birthday…some family records said November 4…that is incorrect the birth record indicates he was born November 6 which coincides with his grave marker.
At Find A Grave I have been working on getting all of the children linked to their parents, and sometimes spouses. Aunt Mia (Mary) is missing. I did not go to her funeral so maybe I am looking in the wrong place but she should be next to Uncle Hugo. Aunt Violet was off all by herself with no link to Uncle Ervin so I fixed that. I am still waiting on
The local Find A Grave gal is the most rude unhelpful ditsy person I have been inclined to meet in my entire life. She takes forever to do additions/corrections and gets hysterical if I send her an email. I don’t like her very much and I am certain that the feeling is mutual. I am sure she is sick and tired of my edits…but she should get her butt in gear cause I will send edits daily if I have to so that correct information is out there.
Yes, sometimes I can be a
Happy Groundhog Day! I am certain it will be cloudy and no shadows will be seen but we will still have at least 12 more weeks of winter. Some things never change in Minnesota.