Posts tagged ‘genealogy’
The International Black Genealogy Summit(IBGS)is meeting this week (October 29-31, 2009) at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I wanted to learn more about the IBGS and share some resources with you.
The FamilySearch Record group has been a great addition to FREE online research records. You can search millions of indexed records for your ancestors. Records are frequently being updated. When you go to the FamilySearch site, new and/or updated records to the site are noted by a red *.
A family history gift is a special way to tell someone how much you care for them. Sometimes finding that unique gift is hard to do. There are gifts you can get for the “genealogy addict” that will make them smile. They will appreciate your thinking of them and their passion in doing their family history.
Saturday Night Fun is giving your top ten satisfying genealogy moments. What are some of your moments?
The Association of Graveyard Rabbits is an organization I have recently heard a lot about. Not really knowing what was all about, I decided to do some research to learn more about it and inform you.
Ohana Software just released their new FREE webinar on Tuesday, October 6, 2009 from 7-8 PM Mountain Standard Time. Now is the time you can register! Ohana is happy to announce a guest presentation by Author & Lecturer Paul Larsen. The topic is New Resources to Make it Easier.
I was looking for a poem or inspiration message to put in my talk for church this morning. I found this and it touched my heart, so I wanted to share it with you. It is called, “Why Me?”.
This is the conclusion of the Richard Hightower “Champion” Cox articles written by Dr. Larry Cox.
This article was written for a memorial service for Richard Hightower “Champion” Cox and continues the story of his life and struggles. This sections deals with the Civil War and the impact it had on his life. (This is parts 2 & 3)
Ancestry Magazine is published bimonthly by Ancestry.com since 1982. You can subscribe to this informative magazine whether you subscribe to the online Ancestry.com or not. For a sampling of what this magazine has to offer you can visit Ancestry Magazine.
I have been a subscriber to Ancestry Magazine and love reading their articles. Each issue is packed full of informative articles that seem to be written just for me; I am always amazed how their articles seem to answer questions on research problems I was having that month!