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One in a Billion

During our summer off, Marty and I were able to indulge in one of our favorite hobbies: ancestry.com. We splurged on a membership a couple of years ago and when we have the time, we go searching for long-lost ancestors. 1,355 more words

Slides from How To Reveal Your Female Ancestor's Story on Ancestry.com

Here are my slides from How To Reveal Your Female Ancestor’s Story on Ancestry.com that I presented Thursday at FGS in San Antonio.  What a fun crowd! 68 more words


A Puzzle with Missing Pieces


Dear Readers,

I’m updating you all with a slightly morose/whiny post.  The thought struck me tonight, and I can’t tell if I’m compelled to share it due to this being a repetitive feeling, the exhaustion of 12-plus hour days at work, being isolated from everyone except the cats outside of work, or a crazy mixture of all the above.  840 more words


Free Access at Ancestry.com

Ancestry.com is offering free access to just-released global records.  Search out new global collections of vital, census, church, and immigration records to learn even more about the lives of your ancestors. 9 more words


Swiped, Stolen, Borrowed...What To Do When Your Work Is "Shared": Tuesday's Tip

Light colored eyes, weak from age and illness, stared out from between a headful of thick, wavy hair and a chinful of white whiskers.  The photograph was among a list of search returns for John P. 558 more words


Death Certificates

For about a week now, I have been writing up a list of death certificates that I would like to get for my relatives that have passed. 285 more words


WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? Kelsey Grammer Finds Past Haunted by Demons (Video)

TLC’s two-time Emmy-nominated series WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? continues tonight, and this week actor Kelsey Grammer explores his family history.

This season, TLC came back with a whole new line-up of celebrity faces, determined to follow the roots of their own family trees. 299 more words