Monthly Archives: June 2011
The history of McMindes in the US goes back to approximately 1730. At that time there were McMynderse and Mynderse. The saxon/german roots were Mynderse and previously Mense. These were the invaders of brettaniai. War L0rds conquering a land to be … Continue reading
A cousin of mine suggested that my great great grandmother was a whore. Being the person that I am, thus started my journey. At 16 instead of going to the game or out with friends, I chose to take a … Continue reading
I am greatly sorry for having to add this here with our family searches. I am military and from a long line of military families. Want to end the endless fights. We need to understand motivation. 1) Bring our boys … Continue reading
Wow, what a powerful resource. The Social Security Death Index is a free search of the ones that have past and were lucky enough to have survived the last great depression (the one before 2008). I periodically check the index … Continue reading
The Federal Census is an easy way to start looking for your ancestors. The 1940 census will be available in April of 2012 making the start a little easier for this generation. It should help greatly for finding post WWI and … Continue reading
Finding my way in the cyber wilderness is much like a pioneer making thier way to the brave new world. Closing my eyes and leaning forward. Lets see where this goes.