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MysteryDancer.net is dedicated to discovering who Ursula Cheshire was through the clues revealed in an antique photo album I bought on October 12, 2013. I post approximately twice a month. Be sure to  subscribe to the blog so that you can receive an e-mail announcing the latest post.

If you’re new to Mystery Dancer, welcome—the best place to start is at the beginning and go from there!

Thanks!

Elizabeth Ross

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Elizabeth — just discovered your blog, and am very excited to begin following your journey of discovery about Ursula. I have read the first month’s posts, and plan to treat myself to a few each day until I catch up. It sounds as though you and I have similar interests – I also buy old photographs and albums, and I try to locate living descendants (“reverse genealogy”?) in order to get them back into the hands of family. It’s very exciting when there is a reunion. I’m looking forward to following your investigation of Ursula’s life. GREAT BLOG !!
    Mary Beth Marion
    Atlanta, GA

    • Thanks so much, Mary Beth! Welcome, and I’m glad you found Mystery Dancer. You must have some interesting stories about the reunions. That sounds like a fun and rewarding project. Have you ever written about your experiences? Thanks again, and enjoy the blog. P.S. I’m curious — how did you discover Mystery Dancer?

      • You’re right – it’s very rewarding to finally track down a relative of the people in the pictures I find. Every single time, they have been so glad and so thrilled to get the photograph. And yes, I do write about it – I have a blog. I have put a link below, if you are interested. I found your blog through Geneabloggers … they listed you this week on their New Blogs entry. I check them out every week, and they have led me to some of my favorites! Keep up the good work!

        Mary Beth

        http://grandmaspicturebox.wordpress.com/

        • What a wonderful project and blog! Thank you for sharing it. I can see you really enjoy the detective work, which is also one of the things I love about discovering Ursula’s story. If you ever find yourself in Nashville, let me know — we could have lunch and compare notes!

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