In celebration of “ZEE End” of the 2020 A to Z Challenge, I wanted to share 5 favorite books and movies about finding family.
A to Z Challenge: 6 Tips on how I came to Research and Discover the YOUNG Family History Through Newspaper Clippings
Have you been enjoying our 2020 A to Z Challenge series on Ancestry and Family History? With only 2 posts left for the year – I wanted to share how I was able to research and discover my YOUNG ancestors’ movements, friendships, and medical history. […]
The A to Z Challenge is winding down and for today’s “W” post, I wish to share with you 3 “W”s of significance in my family: Name: Weltons Towns: Waterbury, Watertown The Weltons of Waterbury and Watertown A search on Google for John Welton Sr. (and […]
3 suggestions for how to STAY POSITIVE after you’ve hit a stumbling block in your ancestry research.
Have you been enjoying this year’s A to Z Challenge? I hope you’ve been bitten with the interest in exploring your own family’s ancestry. Perhaps you’ve already discovered an exciting tidbit about your family? And while you’re couped up at home, how about checking out […]
With the 400th anniversary of The Mayflower fast approaching, many had made plans to travel to see the lands of their forefathers. Things are uncertain now about travel and celebrations both in the United Kingdom and the United States due to Covid-19 so allow me […]
The use of a “family name” goes back several centuries and involves something called “patronymic” or “matronymic” wherein a personal name is given based on the given name of one’s male or female ancestor.
For today’s post – I am going to be answering 7 popular questions novice researchers, including myself at one time!, ask.