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I had a huge breakthrough!

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Yesterday, a cousin I never knew I had contacted me on a genealogy website forum. I've not been to that forum in years so this was like a bolt out of the blue to me.

 

Turns out, my cousin has started looking up the family tree herself and came across my old... old post...

I admit, I was skeptical at first, but she answered all the questions and even showen me a few pictures to prove it.

 

I cant tell you how happy I am!:eclipsee_Victoria::woohoo::band2::cele: .... get the idea?

 

I now know who my grandfather and great grandfather are! Fresh new starting points for me to follow!!

 

For years I've told everyone that my family tree has eather been struck by lightning, petrified, or burned down... turns out it was just transplanted.

 

Robie

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Ambergris, I used to live in N. Florida too, and Im very possative that Im not your ex...

 

first ex?? how many did you have?

 

I know of a few other Robersons back in the south, but none that I'm related to as far as I know...but I'm about to find out..

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That is so neat! When my bio father found me, I made him answer all kinds of questions about my mother's side of the family. I just wanted to make sure it was really him and not some scammer. Scam what??? I don't know. :ph34r:

 

This could open a lot of new and exciting doors for you. Also, family info to pass on to your DS.

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I am sooooooooooooooooooo happy for you, this is always so great when someone finds more family. :):darlenedance::bighug2::bounce::band2: party time. :)

 

Have fun digging into more information. :):):darlenedance:

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I'm not sure this is the place to ask about a name just because I think it is a beautiful one.

 

Can anyone tell me the origin/meaning of the given name "Bereth" ?

 

It is the name of our friend's grandmother, born in 1872. I think it would have been a Norwigen name, but D. didn't know his grandmother's maiden name.

 

I have no idea why, but this lovely name has been on my mind all day.

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Oh Jeepers, thank you! I had only a minute to google the name this evening before we went out to a bithday party.

 

I just can't figure out why I had such an instant connection or feeling of "needng to know more" about this name/woman today. It was a rather unnerving experience for me.

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You're welcome! Strange things happen for a reason I guess. That site said it could be a girls name or a surname. Kind of like our Taylor, Spencer, Kennedy, Morgan etc. Good luck in your search.

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