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Just Start – Price & Associates Genealogists

I remember a time when I would get so overwhelmed with the myriad of chores that needed to be done that I would just sit and stare. One such time, my brother was living with us and he said a phrase that has motivated me since that time….He said, “Diane, just start!”   He was right! When I started, things started falling into place and the momentum continued until everything was done.

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Lost Ancestors Found

When the material arrived we had a houseful of company. I was frustrated that I could not view it any sooner. What is very helpful are the pedigree charts that you include…I do want to continue with more work…I still have more lost ancestors. You may be doing this for some time!
When we finish one line then another and another. I will appreciate a fully complete pedigree chart for as far as we can go…You do a wonderful job. I am having fun learning about them, thanks to your diligent efforts.

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There Are No Coincidences In Genealogy!

Dear Family

Today I got a packet from a researcher I had hired to find what he could on your 4th great grandparents who came from Germany. You can’t believe what I received!!

Last year I had been frustrated for some time. I had done all I could in the United States and needed to go back into Germany. I can’t read German and so I hired a professional a considerable amount of money to locate Conrad Geis and Theresa Schuler (I think she is the Jew) I knew Conrad was born in 1810 and Theresa was born in 1807. I knew they came to New York in about 1837 and moved to Chicago about 10 years later. He was the first furniture dealer in Chicago. My professional could find nothing!!

One day I got on the Trax. There was only one seat left. I sat down next to a gentleman and started telling him all my family history problems. Why?? I had never seen him before in my life?? He said “Maybe I can help you.”

This was a different genealogy researcher  .

I told him I needed all the help I could get.

About four months later he calls me up to tell me he has found the parents, brothers and sisters, and grandparents of Conrad Geis in Wirtheim, Germany in Catholic Church records.

Just last week he calls me again to tell me he has found six more families connected to Conrad Geiss. I was so happy I cried. Today I got the package. 58 new persons were found who are directly related, with an additional 22 persons of the same name in this little Catholic Church in Wirtheim, which means they are most certainly related.
Do these people want to be found?? Yes. They are the reason there was only one seat on that Trax.

Love, Mama

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Life With Herman – The Mechanic- Price & Associates Genealogists

“That car is not running right, we will have to work on it today. Ray go over to George Stacey and get my box of tools,”

Ray comes back, says, “Pa, George wants to know why you want the whole box of tools; why don’t you come and borrow what you need.”

“Borrow,” screams Pa, “they are my tools! I’ll go get them myself.” He comes back with tool box, muttering and growling under his breath.

“Let’s get going. Donnie, hand me the socket wrench; Ray, go get a pan of kerosene so I can wash the parts; Iris, ask Ma for some rags. Hand me the wrench, hand me the etc., etc. O.K. boys now we will drive it around the block and see how she sounds.”

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Life With Herman – The Carpenter – Price & Associates Genealogists

Life With Herman – The Carpenter - Price & Associates GenealogistsHerman and Ray in front of the house they built.

“Boys, we are going to build a house, don’t make any plans. I have drawn the floor plan’ I am going to order the lumber.”

“O.K. kids, today we start. Ray, hand me that hammer; Donnie, hand me the saw; Iris, bring the nails; Ma, bring the shovel. We are going to make the forms for the foundation.”
So we build a house. “Hand me this, bring me that, fetch that over here, don’t touch that, don’t put that nail in there.”

The house is finished. We stand back and look at our super boss man. He says, “That is a dam good looking house, but if I ever start to build another, I hope someone shoots me.” We all agree (that it is the best looking house, that is).

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We Go To LA GRANGE – Price & Associates Genealogists

We Go To LA GRANGE - Price & Associates GenealogistsAfter Pa (best mechanic in the world) finished working on the car and taken his bath (and dancing thru the house in his shorts) he said, “Come on everybody we are going shopping in LaGrange.” We all piled in the car; three kids, grandma, Pa and I. The dog, Tippee, and Junesy Poo (cat) tried to squeeze in too but we told Tippee he had to stay home and take care of the house and Junsey. Tippee sat down and Junsey sat between his legs and they looked at us with sad eyes. Watched us drive out of the drive way.

The car was a 1924 Chevy. The hood had a hinge down the middle and you lifted up both sides to work on the engine. We started off everybody singing and in a jolly mood. Kids looking forward to going to the five and dime store. It really was a five and dime, you could buy things for a dime or nickel. We usually gave them a quarter; sometimes grandma would add a dime or fifteen cents. Ray usually bought a model airplane kit and comic book. Don just bought comic books. Iris would buy a book and a toy or clothes for a doll or a cut out doll with clothes.

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