Category Archives: MOULDER:

I’ve got Irish bragging rights!

Today is the day to brag about your Irish ancestry and I’ve got that covered! 🙂 Teresa’s Irish Immigrant Ancestors: Michael Dougherty, was born at Lifford, Inishowen, County Donegal, Ireland in 1714 and died in Montgomery County, Virginia in 1787. … Continue reading

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18th Century PA German Naming Customs

18th Century PA German Naming Customs You must read this information if you have German ancestry! It is too important to skip! I really learned something NEW here! It explains so much when it comes to my husband’s German ancestral … Continue reading

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Get a Free Digital Copy of a Moulder Genealogy

(Roork) Fredric Z. Saunders, of the Mohler-Moler-Moulder DNA Project shared a link (on Facebook) to a FREE digital copy of a handwritten genealogy by George Chester Moulder. It appears to me to be a true labor-of-love. I can just imagine … Continue reading

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No man is an island…especially when it comes to family history!

(Roork) “No man is an island, Entire of itself. Each is a piece of the continent, A part of the main.” – John Donne It is also true that a family historian does not operate as an isolated researcher, but rather, as part … Continue reading

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Our Moulder/Mohlar/Mohler/Molar Family was Swiss-German

Updated/Edited: 31 Mar 2015 The Internet is an amazing place to do research these days! I was revisiting my Great-Great Grandmother Amanda Melvina Moulder’s ancestry this morning and found some sites that have connected me to distant cousins and loads … Continue reading

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