Monthly Archives: September 2010

It’s in the Bible . . .

For the past week or so, my time in front of the computer at home has been spent entering information about Reinhardt and Morrison ancestors gleaned from the death certificates mentioned in a previous post. As that information gets entered, … Continue reading

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A Significant Birthday

Catherine Mary Latchford Murphy (Mom) would have been 82 years old today. Here are some images to mark the occasion. Happy birthday, Mom! We love and miss you. By the way, I missed noting Kerry Soniat’s birthday yesterday. Two nieces … Continue reading

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More Death Certificates Searching

Well, I think I’ve exhausted the death certificate search for Reinhardts, Singlers, Morrisons, Gibbonses and others on the Missouri Digital Heritage website. My plan now is to transfer the info from them to profiles on the family tree. I ended … Continue reading

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Missouri Digital Heritage: Death Records Certificates

I told Peggy last night how lucky I am that our families are, for the most part, from large metropolitan areas. The Murphys, Olsens, Latchfords and Blakeleys from New York and surrounding areas. The Reinhardts, Singlers, Morrisons and Gibbonses from … Continue reading

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James Murphy and Vince Lombardi

Here’s a family history note for a football-watching Sunday: NFL Hall of Fame Coach and Green Bay Packer coaching icon Vince Lombardi is buried in the same cemetery (Mt. Olivet in Middletown, New Jersey) as great, great grandfather James Murphy. … Continue reading

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Hello Murphys, Latchfords, Reinhardts and other family!

Welcome! Glad you stopped by. On this blog I plan to post news, thoughts and interesting findings as I trace our family tree. My focus will be on the main families from the perspective of my kids, Colin and Liam. … Continue reading

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Report on disposition of James Murphy Sr. estate

Found this today. It’s from the Red Bank Register (NJ), Wednesday, December 11, 1901. Martin Murphy is our great grandfather and the guy you see seated in the header image for this blog. Full text below or just click this … Continue reading

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