“You can’t change what you find.”

James Edward Harrah,
Boonsboro, MD.

My Father passed long before I grew interested in our family history. Upon the birth of my son, this was the response from an Aunt when I began tracing my family tree. It’s interesting how something most likely out of convenience and considered scandalous over 130 years ago, represents so much more today.

 

“You can’t change what you find.”

James Edward Harrah,
Boonsboro, MD.

My Father passed long before I grew interested in our family history. Upon the birth of my son, this was the response from an Aunt when I began tracing my family tree. It’s interesting how something most likely out of convenience and considered scandalous over 130 years ago, represents so much more today.

“You can’t change what you find.”

James Edward Harrah,
Boonsboro, MD.

My Father passed long before I grew interested in our family history. Upon the birth of my son, this was the response from an Aunt when I began tracing my family tree. It’s interesting how something most likely out of convenience and considered scandalous over 130 years ago, represents so much more today.

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