Tag Archive | research

Motiviaton Monday: At Forty Percent Off, What Are You Waiting For?

If you don’t have Professional Genealogy edited by Elizabeth Shown Mills in your library, today is the day to add it.  The publisher, Genealogical.com is offering at 40%. Even if you don’t plan on being a Professional Genealogist, you will find lots of good information in here.  Each chapter is edited by a different person or […]

Follow Friday — 1940 is Done! and Blown Away with DNA

Here is what I’ve been reading this week.  It’s been a great week for genealogy blogs! From Ancestry.com The 1940 Census Index Is Done! Desktop Education Series from Ancestry.com A beautiful pictorial journey through Virginia: Surprises Around Every Corner by Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast: Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four And: […]

Follow Friday: Government Boondoggles, Mexican Ancestors, and DNA

What I’ve been reading on the web this week: The Legal Genealogist: Thanks for one government boondoggle Government programs leave records Jana’s Genealogy and Family History Blog: Treasure Chest Thursday–Goodbye Rio, Hello Trinidad – My Webster Family: Coming Full Circle – From The U.S.A. to Brazil and Back Again Great photos and story  of a […]


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