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Browsing the 1666 Quebec Census

If you, as I, have sprung from the earliest of French-Canadian roots you may be overwhelmed by the vast expanse of records.  While it is always heartening to see that research sources abound it can also be daunting wading through the piles of paper, the websites, the book stacks, to piece together the stories of our ancestors and decipher the validity of sources. 507 more words

Personal Genealogy

The A-Z of Blogs I Keep An Eye On...

The Letter ‘B’

Last week I shared with you a list of some of the blogs I keep an eye on via my Feedly reader.  This week I share with you the ones beginning with the letter ‘B’: 36 more words

Australian Genealogy

SCGS Jamboree is Next Week!

I am so excited!  This is my 5th year in a row that I have attended SCGS Jamboree, but what I am so very excited about is that this year, I will be attending DNA Day too!   390 more words

Genealogy Education

In Search of Your Scottish Roots

I have been researching my Hunter surname for over twenty years and when I first
started I would visit the Family History Center in Mesa, Arizona, and head right… 71 more words

Scotland

My Persistant Pursuance of a Passion

If it has not already become apparent, I have a true passion for genealogical research.  I believe the appeal is not only in learning the unknown about my own ancestors but rather in the human stories, suspensefully revealed piece by piece, and uncovered through the dramatic building up of clues and information.  425 more words

Personal Genealogy