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Well, folks? This will be my final post about my recent Family History vacation. And what remains to be said? There is something magical about returning to the land of your fathers (or in my case, the land of my … Continue reading
I made it! I’m home! And I am…maybe…ready to start writing about the few short days I spent in Lower Michigan. What an overwhelming and wonderful experience! You need to know that I went with an Itinerary. In fact, further, … Continue reading
Assumptions are dangerous in genealogy. You may find yourself staring at a piece of information that you brain cannot accept as pertinent, simply because you’ve assumed something about your ancestor. You dismiss it and think, “that’s not my ancestor; I’ll … Continue reading
I’ve been through the process twice before. I’m trying to organize my genealogy information. I am brilliantly awful at organizing for myself. Put me in an office and ask me to organize your files? Absolutely. But my own? Agh! What … Continue reading