Old News – Domestic Problem

In this article Mr. White keeps making more trouble for himself . The ad proves that Brockport was still a rural Village in 1917. THE BROCKPORT REPUBLIC Thursday, Aug. 16, 1917 Kidnapped His Own Offspring The domestic difficulties of Mr. and Mrs. George W. White, of 53 Liberty St., recent comers to this village from …

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Black Sheep Sunday; Bigamy

Not all old family stories are pleasant. Bigamy is one of those things that most people want not to mention. If it exists in any part of your family, you should accurately record the fact but only share it with your family members with care. I looked in the online newspaper indexes at the Rochester …

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Black Sheep Sunday; Dr. Similis F. Wilklow

Black sheep is the genealogy term for those people that sometimes we would sometimes like to forget that they are related to us. Dr. Similis Fowler Wilklow is my first cousin, three times removed so he is not a real close relative. But you may ask; what could be unsavory about Dr. Wilklow? It appears …

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