Tag Archive | genealogy
We’ve start a new series on Ancestry.com called Between the Leaves. It’s a genealogy chat show for some of the genealogist who work at Ancestry.com: Myself, Juliana Szucs Smith, Amy Johnson Crow and Crista Cowan. The first episode was a lot of fun to film and I can’t wait to do the next one! Enjoy!
There are three deaths. The first is when the body ceases to function. The second is when the body is consigned to the grave. The third is that moment, sometime in the future, when your name is spoken for the last time. — David Eagleman from Sum: Forty Tales of the Afterlife
I thought I’d do a few top ten lists this final week of 2012. Here are the top ten stories that you clicked on from my Follow Friday listings and other posts: Blown Away With DNA from the Legal Genealogist uencounterme – A Way to Plot Cluster Genealogy Research from Geneabloggers.com Workday Wednesday The Dispatcher […]
Here is what inspired, moved and made me think this past week: Vandalism to a National Historic Landmark from Hankering for History That age old genealogy question….When is it proven? from Genealogy Certification: My Personal Journal The Moment I Knew — Marta’s Story from the Armchair Genealogist Two Tips for Budding Professionals from Marians’ Roots […]
So I’ve be blogging for a few months now and it has indeed been a lot of fun. I spent the last couple of days thinking about what kind of posts have gotten some of the best responses. Posts that have a story associated with them. Can be small snippet of a story of lengthy […]
I am a perpetual student because the world is a limitless place. — Elissa Scalise Powell I had the honor of being in Elissa’s class when I was a student in the Boston University Online Certificate program. She was inspiring then, and in a recent post on APG mailing list, she delivered the above gem. […]