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The mystery of Cliff and John

This particular card caught my eye because of this adorable illustration on the front. When I turned it over and read what was written, I was hooked and had to know more. 535 more words


The Hildred's Black Sheep

I am sure all my fellow genealogists have stumbled across a black sheep or two during their research (lord knows I’ve found more than my fair share!) One ancestor of mine in particular I found especially fascinating so I thought I would share his back story with you. 422 more words


The Forgotten Family Enters the World of Blogging

We now have a blog! The Forgotten Family has entered the world of blogging. It is our intent to use this to publish articles, both our own and those by guest writers, relevant to the field of genealogy and family history. 33 more words

Family History

Introduction: New Blog, Plus Free Genealogy Course

Hello and a very warm welcome to you.

My name is Hannah and I love all things genealogy and family tree related. I’ve been researching my tree since my maternal grandfather, known as Pops, passed away in 2008. 354 more words

Family History

BlackProGen LIVE!

2017 is going to be super exciting for BlackProGen LIVE! Check out this quick video about what you can expect and make sure you join us for our first show of the year on Wed. 8 more words


Family History Research Services

Branches of Time can assist you with your Australian Family History Research in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania.

To begin the process, email me with the details of your research question.   102 more words

Australian Genealogy

A Little Genealogist's First Cemetery Adventure

How early is too early to start genealogy research?  It’s never too early in my opinion.  Yesterday we took our grandson, Julian, on a genealogy adventure with us.  323 more words

Family Stories