Your mission, should you decide to accept it (cue the Mission Impossible! music) is to:
1) What was your best genealogy "research find" in May 2016? It could be a record, it could be a photograph, etc. Whatever you judge to be your "best."
2) Tell us about it in a blog post of your own, or in a comment to this blog post, or in a Facebook or Google+ post.
I am crafting a genealogy presentation titled "Discovering George W. Seaver's Life Story" and did a search for more records for George (you may recall that he was the guy who ran away from his wife in 1899 - a list of blog posts is in The Rest of the George W. Seaver Story - Part VIII: More Family Information (posted 20 March 2018)).
I found that after he was discharged from the 2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery regiment that he enlisted in the United States Army in 1867, and was discharged in 1768.
The entry for George W. Seaver is:
From this, I learned that he enlisted in the U.S. Army 8th Cavalry, company I on 7 May 1867 in Boston and was discharged on 27 March 1868. Also, this is the only record I've found that provides a birth place of Watertown, Wisconsin. He was age 21 (actually 19 when he enlisted), and was a machinist. He had hazel eyes, dark hair, a dark complexion, and was 5 feet 7-1/4 inches tall.
The source citation:
"U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914," digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 May 2018), 1867 > P-Z, image 104 of 252, no. 1076, George W. Seaver entry.