You have probably read one of my earlier blogs about 52 weeks of Genealogy. It is here if you want to read it again… https://humblegenealogy.com/2016/02/23/continuing-52-weeks-of-genealogy/ (The original site here: http://www.tmgenealogy.com/2014/01/52-weeks-of-genealogy-week-2-what-toys.html ) I see on Amazon.com there is a published book of 52 weeks of Genealogy … https://www.amazon.com/52-Weeks-Genealogy-Projects-Every-ebook/dp/B071K137K4 So why would I think that … More Not your normal 52 weeks of genealogy, at all
“We have just 2 hours to say, hi, take photos, eat cake and get in all the isitn and hugs.”
How can I incorporate family genealogy into this time – A Game! … More Games, Fun, and Family
Thanks to Denis Ledoux via LinkedIn for the helpful information: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/four-ways-organize-your-memoir-denis-ledoux Chronology 2. Subject 3.Theme 4. Chronology and Theme
Summer is almost here, School is almost out, and life gets busy~ But don’t forget to document little times,as well as the big times: Here is my Family Genealogy page on Pinterest: Great ideas by many people!
The Clarke Reunion. No date, only a couple of names. It’s one of those photos that you have in a stack of photos of family and you know which side of the family they belong to, but there is no one to ask or that knows who the people are. Do you recognize anyone in … More So who is that in the photo in the background we see?
Here is a genealogy photo book we put together and gave to our children Three Kings day is over, the end of the ‘Holiday Season’. The lights are down, the decorations are put away, the presents and paper and ribbons and cards will be put away by the weeks end. What now? Don’t put those … More 2014