You probably know google is powerful search engine and you probably know that the rootsweb message boards are chock full of useful information about your ancestors and the locations they lived. Did […]
A couple of days ago I published Family Tree or Family Graph and was delighted at the comments I received. Some of you knew exactly what I was talking about! And Chris […]
Two weeks ago I presented 5 classes in the Swing through the South class of SLIG 2016. And I never attend a year of SLIG without new thoughts to mull and ponder! […]
Many documents our ancestors left behind were in the counties they lived in. Birth, Marriage and Death records. Deeds, Wills and other Probate records. But when were they first recorded? When was […]
I didn’t get to travel and speak much last year but this year is picking up! I’m really glad my schedule is allowing it this year. 🙂 Here is what I know […]
One of my passions is education and another is genealogy. So you can imagine that being a participant in Ancestry Academy is just all sorts of fun for me! I currently have […]
I presented Are You Missing Genealogy Gems in Military Records? at RootsTech 2015 on Saturday. If you are interested, feel free to check out my slides.
I wasn’t a frequent blogger in 2014, but I did enjoy writing these. Here are my Top Ten blog posts from 2014 by views. 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks! My summary of […]
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about […]
Check out our latest Between The Leaves. We invited Anna Swayne, DNA expert from Ancestry to talk with with us. Have you spit yet?