On this Christmas Eve of 2020. I have so much to be THANKFUL for. Health, Family and Faith! I pray that everyone who reads this finds Peace & Health in the coming year. Take this time to talk to your family members. Write down and record stories. Take pictures (identify individuals and the location) print... Continue Reading →
Organization of Photographs
If my wealth were counted in pictures, I would be a billionaire. I've always loved pictures. My Mother took a lot of pictures. My Father was a photographer, video-grapher and film developer. Several of my maternal Aunts have treasure troves of family photos. I've always tried very hard to write the names of subjects and... Continue Reading →
Organization in 3 easy steps
Ok, that title is totally false. There are more than 3 steps to organization. For every researcher there is a way different way of organizing information. The method you use choose for organization is not as important as having a method and being consistent with it.I would encourage you to do some research and find... Continue Reading →
The Journey of a thousand miles begins with one step . . . How to begin your research.
Today I want to talk about how to start your genealogical research. I’ve been researching for many years and people always ask me, “How do I start?” The beginning of your research is such an exciting time. You have everything to learn and no bad research habits to break. A few things you need to... Continue Reading →