family history

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Down the Rabbit Hole

So here’s the story. Wanting for work, I solicited a friend to see if he’d allow me to do a bit of genealogical work for him free of charge. I needed to exercise my research skills a bit, having finished my last book, and he was an eager candidate – especially when I used the … Continue reading

Hobbies bring ancestors to life

When writing about yourself or your family, don’t forget to talk about hobbies. Hobbies can say a lot about a person. They reflect personality and character traits that are often missing when you focus solely on the tactical side of life. Talking about day-to-day routines, jobs, military service, or childcare are important, to be sure, … Continue reading

Family Connections

Those of us with the fortitude to spend countless hours researching our family history are sometimes rewarded with fascinating discoveries. Usually they happen when we least expect them. It’s what makes family history so interesting. I come from a very small family. Until I picked up researching my family tree in 2006, I never knew … Continue reading

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