Family projects for home, weekends, reunions, or through the mail

Family projects for home, weekends, reunions, or through the mail.This is just going to be a bunch of brainstorming ideas:o Name that ancestor: photos of ancestors and name tags to match with them [make sure you have the correct names on the backs of the photos]o who lived in which state / town / countryo … More Family projects for home, weekends, reunions, or through the mail

2 Blogs in One

2 Blogs in One   First: Simple Steps: How to organize your family information on your computer Second: Hand Me Downs: Those things that were handed down from your ancestors to you and now you are handing them down to your descendants   Simple Steps: I am going to start with an example: First Folder_Genealogy … More 2 Blogs in One

Family Photos

Great Grandparent and great grandchild. Weekly Photo Challenge: Family What a great Photo Challenge! I have noticed that very young children, babies and toddlers more specifically, seem to have a very special connection with the Senior Saints or Patriarchs and Matriarchs of the family. Have you ever noticed that? Sometimes it seems that they almost … More Family Photos

My genealogy began with my earliest ancestor, but my own personal journey began…

It was 1970 and my mother gathered us together to tell us that her mother had passed away. We lived a few hours away, so seeing my grandparents was a big event and only 1 or 2 times a year. We loved being there, everyone did. At her funeral there were so many people, they … More My genealogy began with my earliest ancestor, but my own personal journey began…

The Humble Genealogist a 6 part guide to discovering your Family Tree

The Humble Genealogist by Linda Kirkpatrick You see it on the television, over the radio, on internet ads: Search for your ancestors! Find the land of your people! What is your family story? Perhaps the better question to be asking is “Why would I want to research my family genealogy? and if I do, where … More The Humble Genealogist a 6 part guide to discovering your Family Tree