Baker-Dorng Berry-Miller Cemetery Genealogy Hedgecoe-McKenna Keffer-Diceman

Working like Madness.

Topic: Mass insanity.
Family Name Associations: Lequyer, Durnell, McDairmaid,
Location: Barrie for me… Jules and Kev are in Washago getting lost.
Mood: Busy and a little mental with it.
Music: Pink – Who Knew

Alright… I don’t even know where to start, we’ve been doing so much it’s hard to keep up. It’s 11am and I still haven’t finished my first cup of coffee, that should say it all.

Lequyer – Jules and Kev are off to Washago today to try and figure out if there are graves we’ve missed out there or what. We know there’s a few cemeteries we have to go back to, there’s graves we’ve missed or haven’t transcribed… Yeah. Did any of that make sense??? Who lets me talk?!
Basically, the cemeteries out there need a going over, they’re starting it today. After we’ve managed to go through some of them maybe I’ll actually be able to get organized enough to post stuff in our cemetery section.

Durnell… Mike and Lynda Proffitt sent us a TON of Durnell photos. It’s going to take us a bit to go over them all, but they’re awesome… Woohoo for Mike and Lynda, they rock!

Jules has been doing mass work on FindAGrave… Huge amounts of posting and sharinig and getting permission to use other people’s photos where we need them.
Kev’s been working on finding different missing documents…
He wasn’t happy about adding profiles to our site, LOL but we’ll make him cooperate.

Jake scored a huge bonus in the McDairmaids this week with a family photo from the early 1900s. He managed to get names and everything! Woohoo rockstar!

LA is going to do a little cemetery legwork in Edmonton – We finally managed to pin down her first site, so we’re looking forward to her finds later in the week.

I’ve been adding documents. 1300 or so… Photos, records, you name it. Posting, linking them to the right people and so on. I also have history pages, Mark’s going to help me there… We’ll write them up and get them online, hopefully before next Friday! We’re going live on the first no matter what.
Oh… And we still have the Babcock tree to do something with. LOL Geez… And to decide what’s happening with the Keffers. We’ll get it sorted out. Sunday looks to be a prime work day 🙂

More updates to come, no doubt.

Always one for making things pretty, Jenn is our resident artist. Métis, British Home Child Descendant, family historian and genealogist, she is always looking into some new branch of research and encourages historical preservation and education.

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