autobiography

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What? Mom and Dad are related?

One of the more interesting aspects of genealogy is finding unexpected connections. I’ve written about this a number of times over the past year because for me it’s never boring. Cousins abound everywhere. They hide beneath every nook and cranny and around every corner. They sit there, patiently, waiting to be found. When I do find them, I’m … Continue reading

Surviving Childhood

Although I was born in the 60s, my real memories begin in the 70s. It was around 1975, when I was 10, that I began testing my limits. I was old enough to play without adult supervision and lived in an area that offered many opportunities for adventure: Derby, New York. We had woods to … Continue reading

Combining hobbies with family history

If I’m not mistaken, this is the third time I’ve addressed personal hobbies in the Families Across Time blog. In February 2015 (Hobbies bring ancestors to life), I wrote about how knowing what your parents and grandparents did for fun could bring them to life in your writings. In March (Collecting and Family History) I … Continue reading

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