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Day 2 of my Who Do You Think You Are trip

The start of Day Two started differently than the first day. One of the things I vowed to do on this trip was to have some fun. 699 more words

Genealogy

Are we searchers or researchers?

The 2015 Annual Conference of the National Genealogical Society in the United States has just ended – wish I could have been there!  I was very interested in some comments reported by the… 181 more words

Research

Potpourri: 22 May 2015

This is a collection of a variety of comments, observations and thoughts about genealogy. I promise not to do this too often (Left and in the spirit of miscellany: I just like the picture of Wilder Pass (CO).  560 more words

Education

NGS Withdrawal; Thank You, Volunteers!

Got home late last night and have spent the day “cleaning up” the detritus of my genealogical life!  I cannot imagine what the volunteers at the conference are feeling today!  464 more words

Education

NGS 2015: Day 2, Survival

NGS is such an intense conference–friends to catch up with, archives to visit, classes to attend, receptions to attend…and it goes on.  But, four or five days of genealogy immersion is absolutely fun for me.  615 more words

Education

Day One/Part Two of my Who Do You Think You Are Trip.

It took me a while to find my husband’s 2nd great grandfather and his 3rd great aunt.  In the front, I can see a few of the newer upright markers so I decided to start all the way in the back and work my way forward.  266 more words

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NYG&B at NGS

If you are attending the National Genealogical Society 2015 conference, “Crossroads of America,” this week in St. Charles, Missouri, be sure to stop by the NYG&B booth! 64 more words

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