Posts tagged ‘genealogy’
This week’s Saturday Night Fun’s Challenge is to list your Genealogy Wish List. I had a great time with mine. Here is my submission.
Saturday Night Genealogy Fun with Randy Seaver is to source and transcribe the first paragraph of the last genealogy related book you read. Will be interesting to see everyone’s submissions! Another great challenge from Genea-Musings!
Does your family have British Roots? A British TV company is making an exciting new TV show featuring British families and their long lost relatives. Dragonfly TV is currently looking for families from outside the UK who would like to travel to Great Britain to discover long lost relatives they never knew existed. Come read more…
Randy Seaver over at Genea-Musings came up with another great FUN idea. Here is his challenge for today:
Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is based on Katie O’s post You Might Be a Genealogist If … on the You Are Where You Came from blog:
A new year has started and it begins a new series of 52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History. The one for this week is as follows:
Week 1: New Year’s. Did your family have any New Year’s traditions? How was the New Year celebrated during your childhood? Have you kept these traditions in the present day? This challenge runs from Saturday, January 1, 2011 through Friday, January 7, 2011. I challenge everyone to participate as often as they can and time permits.
Clark Doan of Tennessee Genealogical Society gave a wonderful interactive lecture on Navigating Roadblocks. I want to share with you some of the things discussed that night. Each of us was given a question to answer. Below are the questions and some of the replies each group gave.
Genealogy Cruises are fast becoming the new way to attend genealogical conferences. The genealogy cruise has the speakers and lectures that we are use to; but also adds the wonderful food and relaxation a cruise can give.
This week I attended a lecture at the Tennessee Genealogical Society. Deborah Atchley was the speaker for the topic, Choosing and Using Genealogy Software. Here are some links she shared with us.
When someone dies, their estate may go through the Probate process. This record can generate data that can be helpful when researching your family. Probate Records can be of great benefit to you as you do your research.
Mackenzie Cox, my grandbaby, is entered in the Gerber Baby Photo contest. We need your vote. Thank you…