Saturday Night Genealogy Fun! April 1

I try to keep up with the SNGF series from Genea-Musings. You can see the original post here.  This week's prompt is to tally the places you have visited and "score" the results. For the purpose of this post I chose not to count layovers where I didn't leave the airport. Afghanistan Alabama X Alaska Algeria Arizona... Continue Reading →

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Saturday Night Genealogy Fun! Mar 11

I'm writing from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania! This is my grandmother's hometown. I have been visiting her sister and seeing the town. My great-grandparents owned a funeral home, which we looked at today. I like to participate in the SNGF series from Genea-Musings. You can see the original post here. This week's prompt is: 1. What is your... Continue Reading →

Wrapping Up RootsTech 2017

How do I begin to summarize the incredible weekend that was RootsTech?? I had a wonderful time meeting new people, learning new research strategies, hearing fantastic speakers and enjoying the gorgeous city of Salt Lake. I am so appreciative of the RootsTech organizers for offering the student discount that made my trip feasible on a... Continue Reading →

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun! Feb 4

I often participate in the SNGF series from Genea-Musings! You can check out the original post here. This week's prompt is: Using the Facebook "Learn About Each Other" meme being passed around this week, answer the 32 questions as listed below. 1. Who are you named after?  No one. I am a twin so my... Continue Reading →

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun! January 7

I love participating in Randy Seaver's SNGF series! You can find a link to the original post here if you want to participate. This week's prompt is: What goals do you have for your genealogy research, education and writing during 2017? Research Complete the entire 2017 Genealogy Do Over program from Thomas MacEntee. As I have... Continue Reading →

Genealogy Do-Over 2017: Part 2

I am participating in Thomas MacEntee's Genealogy Do-Over 2017! I have purchased the workbook and I completed the first month's task so I'm skipping ahead to month 2 a little early! The second task is to prepare for research by establishing procedures and goals. I took the basic procedures described in the workbook and fleshed... Continue Reading →

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