A Little Legalese
tenancy in common. A tenancy by two or more persons, in equal or unequal undivided shares, each person having a right to possess the whole property but no right of survivorship. Also termed common tenancy; estate in common— Bryan A. Garner, editor, Black’s Law Dictionary, 8th edition, (St. Paul, Minn.: Thomson/West, 2004), 1506.
Connect With Me
- November 23, 2014
- Beyond the Docket Books: Digging For Gold In Probate PacketsStarts: 2:00 pmEnds: 3:00 pmLocation: Huron County Genealogical Society, Norwalk, Ohio
- January 5, 2015
- Using Google Books: Five Ideas For Genealogical SuccessStarts: 7:00 pmEnds: 8:00 pmLocation: East Cuyahoga County Genealogical SocietyDescription: Make exciting discoveries both online and off without ever leaving your computer chair. Five key resources allow access to a tremendous amount of genealogical information.
- March 10, 2015
- Beyond the Docket Books: Digging For Gold In Probate PacketsStarts: 7:00 pmEnds: 9:00 pmLocation: Geauga County Genealogical Society, Chardon Library, 110 East Park Street, Chardon, OH, United States
- April 4, 2015
- Unlocking the Keystone State: Key resources and Repositories for Pennsylvania ResearchStarts: 10:00 amEnds: 11:00 amLocation: Hudson Genealogical Study Group, Hudson Library and Historical Society, 96 Library Street, Hudson, Ohio 44236
- October 5, 2015
- Links to the Law: Using Online Legal Resources in Ohio ResearchStarts: 7:00 pmEnds: 8:00 pmLocation: East Cuyahoga Genealogical Society
Subscribe Via EmailEnter your email to subscribe to future updates
Category Archives: Fun!
Yesterday we learned about the poetic form, Clerihew . Today, I came across a new word while scanning through Marietta College’s Special Collections page. Today’s fun word to know and share is Incunabula From Dictionary.com: in·cu·nab·u·la [in-kyoo-nab-yuh-luh] –plural noun, singular … Continue reading
This week Randy Seaver’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun had us writing some bad poetry. I thought writing bad poetry wold be easy. It is easy when you are trying to write good poetry. However, it’s quite difficult to know when … Continue reading
This week’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun instructions: 1) Find one of your ancestral homes on Google Maps (http://maps.google.com/).Select Map and/or Satellite view. 2) Find out if this location is shown in Street View. 3) Show us the pictures!! 4) Did … Continue reading
After my own struggle to name my genealogy company and a recent thread of the same topic on the Rootsweb Transitional Genealogists Forum, I decided to reveal the names and marketing slogans from a brainstorming session that didn’t make the … Continue reading
So yet again, I steal Randy’s entertaining Saturday Night Genealogy Fun theme and run my own way with it! This week’s instructions say: 1) Go to http://www.google.com/ and enter a search term and click on the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button. … Continue reading
The twenty-eighth of February, 1933 is not a day that Salome (Doney) Mowrey will likely note as one of her best. This might be due to the fact that it was her last. Perhaps her husband, Jeremiah Mowery would have … Continue reading
In this week’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun, Randy Seaver challenged us to find our first blog or website in the wayback machine. Unfortunately, the Wayback machine did not archive my earliest site – nor any of my “early” ones. However, … Continue reading
Thanks to Randy Seaver for another great SNGF event. I actually got around to posting for this one, and as a bonus, got to play with my charting program! Susan Sumney is a daughter of Jacob Sumney, but I do … Continue reading
So here was my random, cool thought for the genealogical week: Using people from your genealogical data, how far separated are you from famous figures in American history? Let’s start with George Washington…since he’s the one that got me wondering. … Continue reading