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Kissing Cousins

British author, genealogist and DNA expert, Debbie Kennett suggested I add this phrase to the geneadictionary. Kissing Cousins in genealogy often refers to cousins who form a romantic attachment or get married. 38 more words


Friday's Faces from the Past: Holiday

In the very back row, the two boys, happen to be uncle and nephew. From left to right there is my mom’s cousin, then her Uncle Rod, her brother Bob, and then my mom (isn’t she cute?). 79 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


Featured on GeneaBloggers

The Genetti Family Genealogy Project was featured today on the GeneaBloggers’  website: New Genealogy Blogs 23 August 2014. Click here to see the post!

GeneaBloggers is described as “the ultimate site for your genealogy blog”. 130 more words


Wordless Wednesday: Nice Catch

Kenneth Almy on the left and Arthur Almy, his father, on the right – 1927.


Tombstone Tuesday: Eva (Raifsnider) Donahue

Eva Raifsnider I have a bit of a soft spot for. She’s my great-grandmother’s older sister and closest in age to her as well. I found documents with both Eva and Ada in school census records, in fact. 363 more words


Seven Days in the Life of a Blog

This evening the Geneadictionary is one week old..

I am thrilled with the response I have had from the geneablogging community. There have been encouraing comments on the blog, the URL has been shared on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ by my geneablogging friends and the blog has received mentions on two “Best of the week” type lists. 263 more words