Listen and Learn from your Elders

Let me tell you something. You can spend hours and hours pouring over census documents, birth records, death records, marriage records, baptisms, burials and more to retrieve the most basic of information about your ancestors. You’ll learn their birth years, how big their families were, what they did for a living, where they lived and …

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Family History Tips and Tricks

Genealogy can be tough. Its vast amount of information can stump even the most seasoned professionals because often time without documentation, one can only theorize rather than prove. Families immigrate and change their surnames which can make searching difficult. Families get divorced or separate but there would be no paper trail. There are so many …

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Goals for 2019-2020 (Journalwithme#1)

Welcome to a new year's worth of questions! 52 weeks of thought provoking, interesting, creative or practical questions that will challenge you to think outside of the box and document your current thoughts. The first question is a standard question for the commencement of a new year. It asks: "What are your goals for the …

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