Today is the day a few years ago that Steve and Nicole tied the knot. Said their vows and had a fabulous wedding and reception.
We are glad for this day. They have had a good life moving forward since.
Many changes and goals being reached and decided. (O to be young again.)
They have a beautiful daughter that is the apple of her Great Grandfather's eye. Of course, Great Grandma loves her to but she really shines up to Fred.
So our family tree was expanded, one more time with the joining of Nicole's family to
When I think about our Indian heritage several generations back, mixed with Scottish, German,
British, Irish, French, Dutch, Polish, Italian and tidbits of MidEastern. I have yet to ask them their heritage to add to Clementine's tree. I have proven 4 Indian heritages and do not doubt the fifth one.
That just on my Dad and Mom's trees. Still working on Fred's but we know German, Polish, and English for sure. A touch of Italian in his line also. Yes, we have used DNA and Research to confirm out findings.
Europe changed names and municipalities so much it is almost easier to say Mid Eastern, European and American Indian. Which DNA says comes out of Asia for the Indian lines.