Tag: genealogy

  • Odds & Ends: April 26, 2008

    If you’re a regular reader, you’re well aware of my Odds & Ends column.  For anyone new stumbling on this post after a search, let me briefly explain.  Odds & Ends is a semi-regular series which attempts to pull together some of the recent interesting happenings and news about the Civil War.  You might see […]

  • Odds & Ends: April 10, 2008

    I’ve recently subscribed to all of the current Civil War blogs via a feed reader called FeedDemon. FeedDemon is nice because you can install it on multiple computers or read the feeds at www.newsgator.com. All of your locations are automatically synched, so if I read a few blog entries via the News Gator web site […]

  • Did your ancestors serve in the ACW?

    Over the past few years, a few folks in my extended family have been researching the family’s history, which can be traced to the 17th century in Europe (England and Germany). Of interest to me was the number of Civil War ancestors. I knew that my great-great-grandfather, William Sisson, fought in the 60th Ohio at […]