Robert Daines

With the #52Ancestors prompt “Going to the Chapel” I immediately thought about looking at the first chapel built in Hyde Park, Utah, because I already knew that my Great Great Grandfather Thomas Wright Kirby had been involved in it’s construction. Then I read over this paragraph from the history of Hyde Park, Utah from the … More Robert Daines

Richard W. Jewell

This week’s #52Ancestors prompt, “Taxes” has been the most challenging prompt so far. But I have learned quite a bit. Until this week it had never occurred to me to use tax records in genealogical research. That means that in order to do the research I had to first research how to research. Family Tree … More Richard W. Jewell

Renter’s Rights–What I Wish I Would Have Known

So, now that it is all in the past (thank goodness) I have been able to do some actual research about renter’s rights, both nationally and within the State of Utah. Here are the rights that I now know I have as a renter that I wish I would have known before the flooding, but hope I never have to assert in the future. … More Renter’s Rights–What I Wish I Would Have Known