William H. Meers

Here is a brief history about the life of William H. Meers. I was looking at some old newspapers, when I came across a story about two men being traded in a prisoner exchange; one man was from USA and was in a Mexican jail and the other was a Mexican man who was in... Continue Reading →

Maine Newspaper collection in Google News Archive

Here are the newspapers that were published in Maine - Sample: Alphabetical order State, Town name and Newspaper name Correction 16Mar2014 Maine -20   Maine – BangorMaine - BiddefordMaine – Biddeford - in FrenchMaine - BiddefordBangor Daily News8,359 issuesNov 28, 1908  - Dec 31, 2008   Nov 28,1980 not 1908Biddeford Weekly Journal1,117 issuesMar 24, 1893 - Nov... Continue Reading →

Father John Francis Kenny –

03 Feb 1921 - 07 Sep 2006 Father John Francis Kenny, born: 03 Feb., 1921in Wichita, Kansas died: 07 Sept. 2006in Lakewood, Washington Father Kenny was ordained to the Catholic Priesthood on Dec. 21, 1946and served in the Wichita Dioceseand the Army until his retirement from Madigan Hospital at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He... Continue Reading →

Canada – Saskatchewan – Newspapers in Google News Archive Collection

Below is a list of the newspapers from Saskatchewan, Canada that can be found in the Google News Archive Collection. The Leader-Post15,637 issuesMay 1, 1930 - Jan 31, 1987 The Morning Leader6,246 issuesOct 21, 1901 - Apr 30, 1930 The Qu'Appelle Progress767 issuesNov 27, 1885 - Dec 27, 1900 The Qu'Appelle Vidette499 issuesOct 23, 1884... Continue Reading →

Albany, Georgia – obituaries – April 1999

Genealogy30 names in two pages of newspaper: Allen, Baisden, Birchett, Bishop, Bridges, Brown, Butler, Cloud, Craig, Davis, Fowler, Griffin, Harper, Higgs, Johnson, Jones, Lewis, Melix, Meyer, Morris, Phillips, Rich, Seaver, Smith, Solomon, Span, Tillery, Wehlitz, Wilcher, Williams Location, Newspaper name, Date and Link, followed by full name and age of person and a screen print... Continue Reading →

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