Monthly Archives: March 2014

How Does History Fit In With Genealogy?

After you get a sense of who your family members are, and where and when they lived, you could do a little history lesson. Understanding what was happening in their world at the time may reveal some clues and help … Continue reading

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The Golden Rules

I came across this infographic from Got Genealogy? It offers some great reminders and advice to keep in mind when researching your family history. The reality with genealogy is that we may never have a “complete” family tree. There are always … Continue reading

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Key to my Childhood

Ever wonder how different your childhood would be if you had lived somewhere else? I couldn’t imagine growing up in any other place. I grew up in a big white farm house in the country. I have some amazing memories … Continue reading

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Baking as a Family

The heavenly aroma of fresh baked bread. When I was little my mom made air buns. We would be her little helpers braiding the stretchy dough. Although they take half a day to make, I remember it feeling much longer … Continue reading

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Recording Your Own Family History

After collecting family details and records, do you ever wonder what to do with the information? Family history is more than just key names and dates, it’s also about the stories that make your family unique. There are many ways to record … Continue reading

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