Genealogy-wise, the agenda for today was a visit to the map annex of the National Library of Scotland. They have an AMAZING website where you can load historical maps and superimpose them on modern satellite images and see how things have changed over the last, I don’t know…300 years. I downloaded map images for all […]
Day 1 of my trip – getting settled in and exploring Edinburgh. Plus bonus Engineering and Harry Potter content!
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Dale’s great-great-grandfather Joseph Rademacher (born 1843 in Olpe) came to America in 1878 with his wife, mother-in-law and three children. But his younger brother Frank had emigrated to America 10 years earlier. Growing up in Germany, Joseph had four older sisters in addition to his little brother Franz (known as Frank in America). Their father, […]