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Not in my Paganism

There has been a few recent things that have grabbed my attention, and I wanted to say a few words about these. I don’t feel I can stay silent in good conscience. 662 more words


...and The Journey Begins

Genetic genealogy is a steep learning curve. Expect surprises, mysteries, and things that just don’t add up. After David and I got home from our California Trek:2015, I powered up the laptop and checked out these DNA matches Ancestry has given me.   223 more words


Sir Thomas DeBeauchamp, 19th Great-Grandfather

My 19th great-grandfather was born in Warwick Castle in Warwickshire, England Feb. 14, 1313. He was the 11th Earl of Warwick.  He died of the plague on Nov. 332 more words


"Who do you think you are..." -Spice Girls

Happy bank holiday to all of my peeps in the UK!!

I have recently gotten back onto ancestry.com and I wanted to share some interesting finds with y’all. 213 more words



You’re the Lansi Kella – the burger girl
Who loves to trace her ancestry
Quarter Belgian, some German,
A barmy filling of English
And you’re still searching for the lost link… 197 more words



I’ve taken a nose dive into my family tree, or as H calls the process, “ancestering.” “Are you in there ancestering again?” He poked fun at me for a day or so, and then he was bitten by the bug, too. 435 more words

Day To Day

Slavery, Ancestry & the Importance of Finding Family History

“The Underground Railroad “by Colson Whitehead has me more excited than I have been in awhile for a book. It was published earlier this month and has already racked up quite a buzz. 694 more words