Family history starts out by most of us researching those important first facts – names, dates, places of birth, marriage and/or death that apply to our ancestor. But, to put “meat on the bones” as they say, we need to delve so much more. What was going on in their neighborhoods? state? in the country(…)
A couple years ago I had reached a brick wall on the line I was researching. I decided to review one of my Grandmother’s lines that had already been well documented. This had been researched back to a signer of the Magna Carta. I remember how proud my mother was when she gave me a(…)
I have been doing my family research, for over 35 years. I can tell you that I had better communication through the “postal mail”, than I have had using the Internet. Pre-Internet days, people would exchange information, by postal mail, back and forth. Sometimes you would get an answer within a week, sometimes, a few(…)
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