Genealogy Imagined From a Deathbed Rant, With an Imposter, On Yonder Sea

  DOUBLE GENEALOGY: The ADOPTION WITNESS. Update 1, Addenda 3-5 RECAP: SCENES FROM CHAPTER SIXTEEN Jane was not related to us. Her own complexities, though, continued to intrigue after the book was written, such that we hunted new detail.  We first met her in 1891, in Renton Dunbartonshire (DNB), as an adult; a widow. We … Continue reading Genealogy Imagined From a Deathbed Rant, With an Imposter, On Yonder Sea

Double Genealogy: the Adoption Witness (1)

This is my first website and its first post! Today holds another first for me; I am now an author. So yes, they are interconnected.  “Double Genealogy: the Adoption Witness” started as a quest for heritage, specifically, of my grandfather and his mother. It became much more, because he was unexpectedly, found adopted. So was … Continue reading Double Genealogy: the Adoption Witness (1)

The Journey Begins

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This journey is dedicated to our ancestors. It passes through this blog of three components. The first invites reader questions on persons or families covered in the book, or on the conduct of its research and conclusions reached. The book, “Double Genealogy: the Adoption Witness” is featured under the "Home" tab. It is a true … Continue reading The Journey Begins