NFH Month Celebration # 13:
Movie night! National Treasure: Book of Secrets was on tonight and, inspite off seeing it several times before, I watched it. I love that it mixes genealogy with national history and the “good guy wins” end result.
NFH Month Fun Fact #13:
My MM great-grandmother, Lydia Dordel, left home at the age of 18 and moved in with her sister Anne, likely to look for work. Not common for 2 barely of age single women in 1930.
Was one of your ancestors, either justly or unjustly, accused of doing something wrong? If it was unjustly, were they ever exonerated? If they were, was it during their life time or was it posthumously?
If you have a direct descendent that committed a social, moral, or legal wrong, I strongly suggest you check out, and consider joining, the International Black Sheep Society of Genealogists (http://ibssg.org/blacksheep/)… You don’t need to be a professional genealogist to join.