Digging the Roots
The first step in beginning family history research is completing a Pedigree Chart. You can find a free copy here. Fill in as much information as you know. 122 more words
3 weeks, 5 days ago
If I’m going to be serious about writing this blog – and I am, and if I want you to be serious about reading it – and I really do, I think I should make it easy to figure out who all these people are and how we are related to them. 92 more words
4 months, 1 week ago
Shaking the tree
After reading Amberly’s post (at thegenealogygirl) about creating a pedigree chart based on ancestors’ place of birth, I commented that mine would be pretty monochrome. 140 more words
A few weeks ago a genealogist named J Paul Hawthorne started a trend that was making the rounds on Facebook and genealogy blogs quite heavily for a week or so. 103 more words
My Roots My Blog
If you’re not on Facebook or haven’t been on in a few days then you might not know anything about #mycolorfulancestry frenzy created by J. Paul Hawthorne. 76 more words
5 months ago
Okay this is my last post about my blueprint pedigree tree I promise :) I just wanted to share a photo of what my blueprint tree looks like in a floating frame.
8 months, 3 weeks ago
I printed out my grandfather’s pedigree chart and it looks pretty damn good if I say so myself.