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Most every Saturday night, Randy Seaver, of Genea-Musings hosts some genealogy night FUN! I am usually not at home or occupied with other things, but tonight I am going to join in the FUN! His question to blog about is “What event or person inspired you to start your genelaogy research?”
Family History Centers
The Family History Center (FHC) was founded in 1894. It serves about 2,000 patrons daily and is the largest facilities of its kind in the world. The FHC has many valuable resources.
Family Reaction to Genealogy
In my family, some strange things happen. Does this happen to you? Your family roll their eyes when you say one word about the family research... Come learn more..
Family stories, everybody loves to read or hear about them. As I do my family research, and those of you who are genealogists, whether by profession or hobbiest, we come across some unique stories. Let's write about them!
Essie Mae Hester
May 10, 2009 is Mother’s Day. As I was reflecting on this special day, I started thinking about my maternal ancestors that lost their little ones at infancy—and some even their own lives.
The Search for the Strother Mystery
Charles Strother Smith was my great grandfather. For many years the Smith Family researchers pondered on his middle name, Strother. We assumed it was a mother or grandmother’s maiden name, but research proved that theory incorrect.
Bolivar L. Shook, Cabin on the Hill
Charles Noah and Mary Martha Shook are the parents of Bolivar Lee Shook, the author of song, Cabin on the Hill, recorded by Flatt & Scruggs.
Letter from an Irish Descendant
I am sharing a letter of an Irish Descendant, Father Tom Maloney. He beautifully reflects on the history of Ireland and how it related to his genealogy research and lives of his ancestors.
USGenWeb needs YOUR help! Do you have extra time to volunteer in a genealogy related activity? The USGenWeb has posted the following: Volunteers Needed!
In order for our descendants to learn the things we have researched about our families, we have to documents and write down the facts and stories. Genwriters is a great website to assist you in getting started. Personally, I have referred to it many times and I wanted to share it with you.
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