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How I Organize My Genealogy Desk

Today, I’m posting pictures of what I call my “genealogy nook.”

(**Again, my usual disclaimer: our home is a hundred years old and not yet restored, so please excuse its rough shape!) 662 more words


About my blog

I am Cheryl.  I have been an RN  for nearly 20 years working in pediatrics, NICU and education.  I have been helping new mothers with breastfeeding and/or teaching breastfeeding for most of that time also. 106 more words

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Processing Genealogy Projects: My "Current Project" Shelves

Here is an insider’s glimpse at my work space.

**Note: we purchased a home six months ago that is nearly a hundred years old and has not yet been renovated, so the floors and walls you see here are far from perfect.  318 more words


Introducing: My Latest BIG Genealogy Project

This is a picture of the genealogy stash I am inheriting from the master genealogist in my family:

This genealogist has spent a lifetime gathering countless treasures regarding my family’s history! 164 more words


What Do You See In this 1860 Census Image?

How’s your eyesight?  What name is given for the the head of this household in the 1860 Federal Census in District 1, Williamson County, Tennessee? (The Image mirrors the quality of the original.) 394 more words


For anyone interested in textiles, knitting, costumes and history.

Here’s a link to an interesting website that combines knitting, textiles and costumes with history.

The website http://theknittinggenie.com is owned by P.H. a writer and genealogist; born in Leeds, now living in North Yorkshire .  73 more words