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Maintained an interest, off and on, researching my roots. Most all my ancestors I've been able to trace and document, date back to 1800s England.

It's gratifying when missing pieces of the puzzle are found.

Today discovered that my grandfather served in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces in WWI. Always knew four of uncles were in that war, but hadn't been aware that my grandfather was also there. I did know he fought in the Boer War, but wasn't knowledgeable about which country he served. His attestation papers revealed the regiment in which he served and possibly the date?

I look forward to possibly helping other members of this board and also being assisted in my search.

It's starting to get cold where I live as winter approaches. It's exciting to live where Mother Nature proves major changes in seasons which provides a kaleidoscope of different landscapes.

Sylvia
 

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