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Blogging 201 – Day 5 - Make the Most of Your Archives

Today’s assignment (well actually – last Friday’s assignment that is just now getting posted on my blog): integrate a feature to draw traffic to your older content like a widget, related posts, or a “Best of” page. 266 more words


Think Outside the Search Engine

Last week, I hit a huge brick wall and I was frustrated. Like slam-my-head-against-the-wall frustrated. Like wrap-my-head-in-duct-tape-so-it-wouldn’t-explode frustrated. So I blogged about it. I sent my frustration up to the gods of discontent, walked away, watched a few hours of Mad Men reruns, did some laundry, and then came back to it. 736 more words


Tombstone Tuesday ~ Mary Amna HACKATHORN

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Mary Amna HACKATHORN
Birth: 28 December 1893; Ohio
Death: 21 September 1966; Malvern, Carroll County, Ohio
Parents: Thomas John HACKATHORN and Florence PAISLEY… 62 more words


Brick Walls Suck.

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been going through a recent dry spell. After a slew of private messages asking where I’ve been, I thought I’d give you a quick update. 794 more words


52 Ancestors #15 Isabella Barzey of the Danish West Indies

As you may know, I am participating in Amy Crow’s 52 week ancestors with the 52 week Challenge. http://www.nostorytoosmall.com/ Although this is the 18th Week; I am posting #15  and hope to catch up with the rest of the bloggers before the month is over.   1,037 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday ~ Henry C. FRIED

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Henry C. FRIED
Birth: 31 October 1842; Hanoverton, Columbiana County, Ohio
Death: 21 July 1922; Bergholz, Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: Unknown Father and Unknown Mother… 119 more words


Confessions of a Grave Robber

I think I might be a grave robber. It was an accident. I promise. In my last post, I sang the praises of Find a Grave… 3,257 more words