Category Archives: Anniversaries

Things that happen annually.

6th Anniversary

Can it be six years already? Over 225 Posts! GOALS: Did I meet my Year 6 Goals? 6 out of 7! The map has a few entries of ancestral villages, names, and events: births, confirmations, marriages, and deaths. Three posts … Continue reading

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Fifth Anniversary

I interrupt this series to write the Fifth Anniversary blog! It is hard to believe that this blog has been running on a fairly regular basis for five years. The last post was Number 200! So it seems appropriate that … Continue reading

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4th Anniversary

4th Anniversary I interrupt this series to write the Fourth Anniversary blog! It is hard to believe that this is the beginning of the fifth year. Improvements: Some internal improvements were made early in 2016: Categories and Tags added in … Continue reading

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Third Anniversary

It is hard to believe that G-GLISP has been in existence for three years and that this is the 156th post! At the end of the first two years of the blog I wrote about the progress of Year 1 … Continue reading

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Second Anniversary

At the end of the first year of the blog I wrote about the progress of Year 1 and plans for Year 2. How did I do? A check list reveals: No further contacts from Lutherans online at Thrivent.com. Additional … Continue reading

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One Year Later

Here it is one year later and this is my 52nd post close to  May 31, 2013! I have met my goal although admittedly, not week by week. Although each of the last twelve months has resulted in at least … Continue reading

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Welcome to G-GLISP Genealogy for German Lutherans in Suwalki Province

I have always been intrigued by the –at ending in my maiden name—Spurgat. Who were these brave immigrants who came from eastern Europe to the America of paved gold streets? How desperate were they to leave the rule of the … Continue reading

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