52 Ancestors Challenge 2015: Week 24 Recap

52ancestors-2015-24First, I want to thank everyone for the good wishes sent to my mom. She’s home from the hospital and is doing well.

This week’s recap is another thin one. I appreciate your understanding as my schedule has been a bit…  different…  than it usually is.

The optional weekly themes for July will be posted next week. Keep an eye out for those!

Your Turn

Who did you write about last week as part of the 52 Ancestors challenge? Leave a comment with a link to your post and a bit about your ancestor. While you’re here, take a look at the ones from Week 23!

Upcoming Optional Themes:

  • Week 25 (June 18 – 24) – The Old Homestead
  • Week 26 (June 25 – July 1) – Halfway

33 thoughts on “52 Ancestors Challenge 2015: Week 24 Recap

  1. Cathy Meder-Dempsey

    I really enjoyed the posts I’ve read so far this week on heirlooms. I have other heirlooms which need to be catalogued and written about but the one I featured this week is full of history. So much more than I realized. I had to break my post up into two parts, first the heirloom and second the family.

    52 Ancestors: #24 The Heirloom: 1866 Military Accounts Book (Part I)

    52 Ancestors: #24 The Heirloom: The FOURNELLE-SCHLOESSER Family (Part II)

    by Cathy Meder-Dempsey at Opening Doors in Brick Walls

  2. pen4hire

    KASER, Cornelius

    I have so many heirlooms that I didn’t know where to start. So I didn’t. I provided links to previous articles about some heirlooms and then told the story of a hard working farmer who was done in by a cherry tree.


    For good measure, my food post this week uses a family heirloom. Can anyone give me more information on this glass bowl?


    I’m looking forward to browsing through other people’s heirloom collections.


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