Plethora is such a fun word. Greetings from the too-long-unheard-from, humblegenealogist~ Yes, I am still here and busy searching and doing research. BTW (By The Way) : Do you know the difference between Searching and Research? This is an interesting comparison that I hadn’t thought about until a fellow historian posed the comment about doing … More A Plethora of helpful links
Hi, I am just about to watch a show called “Finding Your Roots”. It’s about the questions and findings of famous people, not about Finding Your family history. Wait! Can we find our roots by watching it? That’s the question I gave you in the title, “Can you find your own family history by watching … More Can you find your deep family history by watching T.V. ?
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
What an exciting find today! (tell me, how are your 52 weeks of genealogy going? If you are on schedule with me, you are on week 4) Google maps and your genealogy. A great podcast slash video using Google Earth and your old photographs and old maps and a bit of thinking to find your … More Using Google Earth, old photographs and old maps
Are you a descendant of Benjamin Clarke / Clark who came to America about 1682/83 ? Here is a great place to start a journey:Pinterest website What photos can you add? Where has your journey taken you?
Is your email full of helpful resources? Are you utilizing the plethora of genealogical resources available to the world, to you? Wow, that would be an accomplishment! There is too much information that it would overload any one person if they had all of it in your face everyday! What to do? I am going … More Resources, more
What a great idea! http://www.kptv.com/story/25315429/couple-looking-for-owner-of-long-lost-binder-found-in-wall What would you put in your “Time Capsule” for future generations to find? How would you start looking for this person?, Contact the news like these people did, check Ancestry.com to see what you can find for connections and see if anyone has her in their family tree and would … More Binder in the wall
I don’t know why this impacted me so much today. But I feel that it needs to be told. I wondered why there was so much cancer in babies and young children and other ‘diseases’ and this answered some of the many questions I had. I recycle and stuff, but this goes way beyond the … More Now for something totally different
This weekend will be the first genealogy conference I will attend. There were two events happening at the same time, and so I searched online to see if there was information on one of them so I could still get the information. Yipee! I found a great tool to share with you! Videos to watch … More A little help
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