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I spent over 50 years involved in Scouting. I loved to trade pins, in some small way, I can continue the tradition with this cache :-)
This is a small cache used to swap scouting pins. (The original scout pin cache has been lost ... my apologizes. Until the cache is replaced, this cache has been categorized as a virtual cache, identifying me should count as a find.)
Part of the Genealogy Merit Badge is to begin a pedigree chart with you as a child. This cache is mine; there are three sets of great, great, grandparents, 4 sets of great grand parents, two sets of grand parents, and my parents. You can find all of these couples right here. Find them and then you can find me. All of their efforts cumulated into what I was and all that I became.
To successfully complete this Cache, you will need to download the Family Tree.JPG file. The pedigree chart contains GPS coordinates and a list of married couples. The objective is to identify the location of each gravesite for each husband and wife, and then correctly place the couple in the pedigree chart. Once the parents are identified, the oldest child can be identified. The oldest child is me ;-), I was a Scouter for over 50 years.
Uvag vf cebivqrq nf na nggnpuzrag: Uvag.WCT
- Family Tree.JPG - Pedigree Chart to CompleteEach pair of names became husband and wife. All are buried together in the Clarkston Cemetery.
Note: The names listed on the right are maiden names.
- Hint.JPG - This is a Hint file and contains spoileThis file contains a completed Pedigree Chart
Last Updated: on 1/24/2017 3:28:59 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:28 PM GMT)
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