#52ancestors Week 3 – Long Line This week the 52 ancestors in 52 weeks prompt is Long Line. For my ancestor this […]
A gunsmith, soldier, photographer, attorney, and a skunk farmer – it sounds like the start of a joke where the next line should be they walked into the bar. Interestingly enough those are all job titles held at various times by Daniel E. Adams.
Every Tuesday I provide a quick research tip.
I love free opportunities. These are two great free learning resources I am taking advantage of today.
I find a lot of great free genealogy sites by performing pinpoint research to discover what more is out there. A great many generations of various branches of my family have lived in Michigan. That has made me have to dig deeper to learn where to look for Michigan related genealogy sites. Here are 3 of my favorites.
DNA meets traditional genealogy to solve a 4 decade old mystery. Who was the belle in the well?
This week’s tip for beginner researchers
Exploring my personal family history with the story of my 3x great grandfather L.J. Eckler. Civil war soldier, and Andersonville POW, who served under Custer in the 6th Michigan Calvary at the Battle of Trevilian Station.
Nicknames are one of the most common genealogy research speed bumps that researchers come across.
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