I have been working on my family genealogy since the spring of 1987. My Intro to Sociology teacher from college, William Zellner, was writing a book to be entitled, Oklahoma: The First Hundred Years. All students were to submit a story about Oklahoma, for a given time period, as well as our family genealogy. My story and genealogy both are included in the book. Long story short, I was hooked. I have many notes and papers full of information I have collected over the years. Still there are many things I wish I'd asked. All my grandparents are gone now and I only have one great-aunt left. It's an obsession for me, so I have had to put it away from time to time but I'm back on it again.
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