Burial Spots! Recipes! Fiery Ends! — It’s Follow Friday!

What I Was Reading This Week: Looking for bonds by The Legal Genealogist 4 Things To Do Before You Donate Your Genealogy by Amy Johnson Crow Copyright and the recipe by The Legal Genealogist 517 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA from Historic Wanderings 21 Valentine Days and County from Trials and Tribulations of a Self-Taught Family... Continue Reading →

Roots Tech! Slave Petitions! 52 Ancestors! — It’s Follow Friday!

  What I Was Reading This Week: A 1779 Slave Petition finally passes in the New Hampshire Legislature, 233 years late from Nutfield Genealogy Just Go Do It. Now.  from No Story Too Small Records of Rights from The National Archives Why You Can't Do All Your Research Online from Michael J Leclerc Why Coca-Cola... Continue Reading →

Hallowed Ground! Driving Your Research! Muses! — It’s Follow Friday!

What I Was Reading This Week: A Family Tapestry: A Flower-Filled Remembrance from A Family Tapestry Following Your Favorite Blogs Using Feedly from No Story Too Small Quick Tips: Source Analysis 101 from Evidence Explained Why Your Family Name Was Not Changed at Ellis Island (and One That Was) from The New York Public Library... Continue Reading →

I think my great grandmother was a muse. 52 Ancestors: #3 Sarah Sudie Hamrick

When I first starting looking at what knew about my great grandmother Sudie Sarah Hamrick Turner, I thought I didn’t know much about her.  But once I started digging into her life and the life of her family I found something different.  She appears to have been part of a creative and ambitious group. Sarah... Continue Reading →

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