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Animals in Family History

Animals can often be a big part of family history. They can also be helpful in genealogy research.

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Namesakes

I am a namesake for my mother’s paternal aunt, Carrie Jamison. She was the wife of my Grandfather’s half-brother. She lived in West Virginia where my Grandfather’s family lived in a rural mountain community and I only had a few opportunities to meet her as a young child. She passed away at the age of 76. I was 9 years old at the time. Despite the fact that Aunt Carrie and I shared no actual genetic material the fact that she gave me her name has made her a topic of research interest for me.

With Some Duct Tape Here…and a Little Glue There…It’s Coming Together

Why This Page? The facebook groups I have created are great for keeping in touch with family and for targeted information geared toward that select group.  I do research for several family lines and wanted to be able to have a place to post information that might not fit into one of those groups.  I also hope that by not limiting myself to the face book audience I might make connections I might not otherwise make to people who don’t use social []

Webinar Starter Blueprint

The place to learn about doing webinars

Our Many Pasts

Sharing ancestors, one person at a time. Genealogy and history

Find the Factors

A Multiplication Based Logic Puzzle

Wilser Family Genealogy

Williams-Simonet family of Minnesota and Slusser-Scheck family of Ohio

MarileeWein.com

DOUBLE GENEALOGY: the ADOPTION WITNESS

Darpity Jean's Blog

Matching Up Hand-me-Down Postcards to A Limb on the Family Tree.

humblegenealogy

Research, Family History, Locating Primary and Secondary Information

GV Genealogy

Enjoying history, research & writing